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Virgie and Summer talk about fat erasure from fitness spaces, the new (fat positive!) rules of hiking, and the simple joy of petting moss. Topics include:Empowerment through Hiking [02:40]“Fat Time” [05:05]Nature/Body Parallels [07:36]Fitness Trauma [10:58]How Summer Reclaimed Nature [13:22]Fat Girls Hiking [17:59]Redefining “Hiking” [19:45]The Fat Girls Hiking Community [23:30]The Tool of Being in Nature [25:19]For more of Summer's work, follow her @fatgirlshiking and buy her new book "Fat Girls Hiking." For more Rebel Eaters Club, follow @virgietovar and @transmitterpods for updates! And be sure to visit rebeleatersclub.com to download your starter pack if you haven't already!
We just wrapped up our first ever Travsessed Adventure Trip in Peru!It brings us to tears to reflect on this trip & all the amazing humans we got to experience this incredible adventure with!!This was one of the most mentally, physically & emotionally challenging things we've ever done….But it was also one of the most unforgettable…life changing….Expansive experiences we've ever had!!In This weeks episode....We dive into all the things & share our experience on the trail + our overall thoughts and feels of the trip & we take you behind the scenes of our first ever group trip!!There were many challenges & tough moments on this trip...We learned a lot & we are sharing all the things with you in this ep:)Check out the Travsessed Travel Backpack on Amazon:)TRAVSESSED BACKPACKIf you want to chat with us, ask us questions & get updates on all the travel things..Join our texting line by TEXTING I'm Travsessed to 904-474-8435 or click my.community.com/kimerran to add us to your contacts:)Follow along with all our travel adventures and daily stories on Instagram: @Kimanderrang www.instagram.com/kimanderrang/Start following our backpack on Instagram, so you can tag us, showing you on your adventures with your new Travsessed Daypack: @imtravsessed www.instagram.com/imtravsessed/Check out our online course for Travelers...TRAVELERS SCHOOL: www.kimanderrang.com/tschool/Follow along with our travel adventure on YouTube: https://bit.ly/subscribeKandE/Reach out to us to be on our show: Instagram DM @kimanderrang or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Harald Lohn talks about life in Northwest Ontario and the impact on fish camps post-Covid. He shares travel advice as Minnesotans get ready to start traveling back into Ontario to fish!Supported by: Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
Horolezecké ciele si vyberá podľa krásy hory a je mu úplne jedno kde na planéte sa nachádzajú, aké sú vysoké a náročné. Krásu hory pritom prirovnáva ku kráse ženy a úvodný kontakt s flirtom. Everest ho neláka, pretože je lezený z každej strany a nemal by na ňom kľud hôr. Zaujímavých kopcov s nevyriešenými problémami je na svete stále dosť.
In this episode, Nikki talks with Parent Coach, Anna Skates, about the similarities between dogs and kids when it comes to teaching them how to navigate this world. It is the job of the human adult to act as a tour guide to provide needed tools to be successful in their development. Learn the connectivity between raising a child and raising a dog. We had a great time discussing how they are both very much intertwined. If you're local, be sure you check out Anna's free workshop on May 25th! "Respectful Parenting Workshop"Brentwood Public Library| Brentwood, TNMay 25 at 5:30pm-6:30pmNo registration required. Free to the public.Get in touch with Anna! www.annaskates.cowww.instagram.com/anna_skates
Tom welcomes Paul of The Sirius Report to discuss the short-sighted policies that are driving up the costs of most commodities. The Europeans are discovering they have few alternatives to Russian oil and gas. Nordstream 2 would have doubled the amount of energy available to Germany, but they instead decided to create their problems. The green revolution brought its own problems; including reducing the best green energy, nuclear. Wind and solar come with their own problems including most panels come from China. Logically, Europe can't divest from Russian energy very quickly or perhaps at all. In a sense, we now have a petro-ruble, and Russia may begin selling its other commodities for Rubles. There is consideration being given to backing the ruble with gold and this seems inevitable. Increasingly, global trade is being conducted in non-dollar terms. Hiking energy costs and inflation are impacting the price of food in most countries. If manufacturing is halted due to a lack of energy then we're going to see much more unemployment. Countries are destroying their economies. Many countries are taking notice, and there is a partial collapse of trust with the West. The United States is going to have to learn to compromise if it's going to be a part of the global economy. It needs to build strong relationships with nations that its currently at odds. The Fed can't raise rates significantly and other central banks admitthey can't control inflation. Regardless, raising rates won't have much effect on stagflation. The entire economy now depends on debt and credit. He discusses the risks and lack of regulation in the crypto space and how it's driven by sheer speculation. Talking Points From This Episode Self-inflicted energy problems in Europe and the unintended consequences of sanctions.Food production insecurity is spreading globally.Collapsing trust in the West and the damage due to seizing sovereign treasuries.Why central banks can't control inflation in a system awash in credit and debt.Concerns around cryptocurrency, stagflation, and the rapidly developing southern regions of the world. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:54 - Europe and Energy8:17 - IMF & Ruble Strength11:44 - Germany Energy Concerns13:18 - Food Production24:44 - Commodity Countries26:56 - Rare Earth Dependencies34:43 - Inflation & The Fed53:38 - Crypto & Credit Markets1:03:04 - Gold Purchasing Power1:09:12 - Counterparty Risk1:11:05 - Western Failures & Denial1:19:12 - A Sirius Wrap Up Guest LinksTwitter: https://twitter.com/thesiriusreportWebsite: https://www.thesiriusreport.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa5XOgYU8ac_Ai4C1QXPOIg The Sirius Report is an independent website providing analysis and an alternative perspective on current affairs and global events that we believe are shaping a new political, economic and social paradigm. We are fully self-funded and are not backed by any third-party corporation, organization, or individual. The site is run by 'London Paul' and his partner Lisa, who is the site administrator. 'London Paul' is a pseudonym that was first coined by long-time friend and fellow commentator Jim Willie. For privacy reasons, Paul prefers not to be known by his real name. He also feels that the primary focus should be on his work rather than on his identity. Paul has a long track record of accurate predictions and analyses on geopolitical and economic affairs. Originally a physicist, he was awarded a Ph.D. in biomolecular physics, after which he spent some time working in academia. He then went on to work in the financial services sector and worked in some major banks until the financial crisis of 2008, when he left the banking sector to work in the precious metals sector. In addition to his vast understanding of economics and precious metals (a friend of his once jokingly said that 'Paul is the only person I know who really understands derivatives'),
NoCo PLACES 2050 is a broader effort by eight agencies collaborating on ways to address the challenges of high visitation and a growing population in northern Colorado's foothills and mountains. This collaboration is committed to sustainable solutions, equitable actions, and beneficial land management practices for the long-term conservation of public lands in Colorado and the quality of the visitor experience. Learn about NoCo PLACES 2050.
In the Season Two podcast finale, author Kevin Donahue (http://www.sacredstepsbook.com) reflects on carrying the prayers of pilgrims and strangers during his pilgrimage and discusses his upcoming pilgrimage in Italy along the Via Francigena. Season Three of the Sacred Steps Podcast resumes in September 2022.DISCUSSIONS FROM THIS EPISODE: Sacred Steps Podcast Leave a Voice Message for the Podcast BOOK: Britain's Pilgrim Places BOOK: Pilgrim Pathways CONNECT WITH THE SHOW ONLINE: Podcast Homepage - sacredstepspodcast.com Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal Stream the Video Podcast on YouTube Connect on Facebook View on Instagram MEET THE HOST: Kevin DonahueHusband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim. Author.Kevin Donahue began walking pilgrimage routes in 2019, joining the historical footprints of pilgrims seeking places and people to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. His passion for these historic footpaths and reflections from the journeys form the basis for his first book, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal, printing in 2023. BOOK: Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalAt the crossroads of history and faith, a reluctant pilgrim embarks on a modern pilgrimage along some of the world's most revered footpaths. Along the way, he discovers the places and encounters people that inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love.Available from print and digital booksellers for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal conveys the historical context and shares the modern experience of pilgrimage through Portugal and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, along America's Pacific Coast connecting the California Missions Trail, across receding tides to Holy Island, from London to Canterbury along Britain's historic Pilgims' Way, and onward towards Rome via Europe's Via Francigena on a journey of discovery.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Dr. Christopher Ives teaches in the area of Asian Religions at Stonehill College in Massachusetts. In his scholarship, he focuses on modern Zen ethics. In 2009 he published Imperial-Way Zen, a book on Buddhist social ethics in light of Zen nationalism. Currently he is engaged in research on Zen approaches to nature and Buddhist environmental ethics. He is the author of Zen on the Trail: Hiking as Pilgrimage, out now from Wisdom Publications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Dr. Christopher Ives teaches in the area of Asian Religions at Stonehill College in Massachusetts. In his scholarship, he focuses on modern Zen ethics. In 2009 he published Imperial-Way Zen, a book on Buddhist social ethics in light of Zen nationalism. Currently he is engaged in research on Zen approaches to nature and Buddhist environmental ethics. He is the author of Zen on the Trail: Hiking as Pilgrimage, out now from Wisdom Publications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports
Dr. Christopher Ives teaches in the area of Asian Religions at Stonehill College in Massachusetts. In his scholarship, he focuses on modern Zen ethics. In 2009 he published Imperial-Way Zen, a book on Buddhist social ethics in light of Zen nationalism. Currently he is engaged in research on Zen approaches to nature and Buddhist environmental ethics. He is the author of Zen on the Trail: Hiking as Pilgrimage, out now from Wisdom Publications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion
Anastasia Allison is our guest for this episode.Kula Cloth is Anastasia's company one that she has grown in a genuine and unique way. Hear her story and get ready to be inspired.Anastasia has always been passionate about the outdoors. She was sidetracked during college by heading down the path to go to medical school because everyone in her school was going to medical school. After realizing this might not be the path she wanted....listen to hear what Anastasia did next. We chat about Kula's origin and how taking photos of her original "pee cloth" in epic wilderness settings inspired her to make the the cloth "cooler" and an actual piece of gear. No where in her imagination did she expect to create a movement.Kula Cloth is more than an outdoor product. It is a community, a community that dances together five days a week at 6:30am. One that learns together at Kula Academy. A community connected by humor, values, and a commitment to leave the wilderness better than it was before.KULA MEANS MORE THAN JUST A PIECE OF GEARThe Kula Cloth® gets its name from Kula Khangri - the tallest mountain in Bhutan. Anastasia completed a trek in Bhutan in 2011, and it was a life-changing experience for her. Including the name of a peak symbolizes the process of accomplishing anything in life - mountains are climbed one step at a time.Anastasia is a joy to listen to. We talk hiking, dancing, business, and much more during our conversation. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Exploring Washington State Podcast! If the information in our conversations and interviews are enjoyable and valuable to you, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review.Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing listeners just like you!If you want to read about some of the many amazing places to explore in Washington State, you should just pack your bags and go! Explore Washington State is the perfect place for inspiration. Check it out today. Support the showSupport the show
A mixtape of queer, outdoorsy excerpts from other shows, channels and albums that we like. You'll find alpaca, sheep and veg farmers, literature analysis, politics, hiking, nature sounds, filmmaking and music to take your ears on new adventures. We hope you enjoy these snippets and take the chance to go and listen to the originals - follow the links in the show notes on our website - queerouthere.com
On this episode I have LA based trekker, outdoor adventurer, environmental activist, native plant enthusiast, Author of “Day Hiking Los Angeles” and “Discovering Griffith Park”, and founder of Modern Hiker, Casey Schreiner, join me on the show. We chat about how the view of the San Gabriel mountains sparked his outdoor journey, the concept of place attachment in relation to landscapes, the origin story and evolution of Modern Hiker throughout the years, advocating for more LA park lands, his top SoCal hikes, hot weather and summer hiking tips, Sandstone Peak and the Mishe Mokwa Trail, becoming a native plant enthusiast, his perspective on the hiking explosion in LA, favorite Los Angeles history gems, creating access for all in the outdoors, protecting Griffith park from the Gondola project, and the one outdoor experience he would relive all over again. Since 2006, Casey and the Modern Hiker site have been quite the impactful and influential resources that we are blessed to have here in the LA hiking + outdoor community. It was a major honor to have him on the show as his trail guides were the foundation to my hiking journey. Follow Modern Hiker on https://www.instagram.com/modernhiker/ Visit Modern Hiker blog on https://modernhiker.com/ Purchase Discovering Griffith Park (signed copy) on http://discoveringgriffithpark.com/ Purchase Day Hiking in Los Angeles (signed copy) on http://dayhikinglosangeles.com/ Download Modern Hiker app on https://modernhiker.com/download-the-modern-hiker-app/ Support Just Trek on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/justtrek Shop Just Trek merch on https://www.justtrek.net/shop View photos from the discussed hikes on https://www.justtrek.net/explore Listen to more podcast episodes on https://www.justtrek.net Want to send me a message? Email me at email@example.com or DM on Instagram @just.trek Like the show? Leave a 5 star rating and review follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justtrek/message
Listen to us talk about Looney Tunes, Planet of the Apes movies, Landon vomiting, Doctor Strange talk (spoiler-free), IMAX, making stuff, Vegas 2.0, Colby's haircut, Piff the Magic Dragon, The Mentalist starring Gerry McCambridge, Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire, the Hoover Dam, Planet of Dinosaurs, Dave Chapelle's attack, Wil's driving, a rug, and trivia! Starring David Parker, Landon Browning, Mick Parker, Wil Dobratz, and Colby Chapman. Recorded May 7th, 2022.
No matter the season, Highline Lake State Park is a diverse and welcome retreat. Park Manager Alan Martinez joins us on this podcast to discuss the state park thta is an oasis in the desert. Connected to miles of trails and close to communities, the park makes an ideal base camp for exploring the Grand Junction area. Whether passing through on mountain bikes, or as an end destination, the park welcomes campers, anglers, families and groups.
I'm excited to introduce this week's guest, Katherine Leamy. I've been following her on Instagram for a few months, and I really love her approach to lightweight travel and adventure. In this episode she shares her top tips for traveling light. I've never thought of myself as a light traveler, but there have been several occasions in life where people have looked at my bag and been shocked at how little I was traveling with, so I guess I am! In this episode, Katherine shares her top tips on what type of clothes and shoes to bring, and how to care for them. She also suggests testing your clothes before you go, which sounds like common sense, but is probably something a lot of people don't think of. I certainly hadn't thought of it for urban traveling clothes. About Katherine Leamy Katherine Leamy is from New Zealand, and is a keen traveler with a passion for traveling light. At 49, Katherine bravely left her family at home, and decided she wanted to do something challenging. So, she travelled to Croatia and Italy, by herself, for 4 weeks, with a 5 kilo/ 11-pound day bag. Her mission is to show people how to pack less and stop struggling with overpacked luggage. She's also a keen solo traveler, where she loves her quiet time to explore and re-energize in the great outdoors. She shares her packing and solo travel knowledge on podcasts, media, social media and her website, The 5 Kilo Traveller. After 30 years of intense nursing, she is relishing doing something creative and just for fun. She is an advocate for women in their midlife to do what makes them happy. It doesn't have to make money or even make sense to anyone else. By our 50s, we've earned the right to say how we live our lives. Her own solo trip gave her the confidence to tackle other challenges. Katherine says, “If I can travel light and solo for a month, what else can I do?” A free packing guide pdf is available on Katherine's website once they sign up to her newsletter. There's some really useful information on where to start with packing lighter. Katherine's Links Website Instagram Facebook Listen To This Episode What You'll Learn Why packing light is especially important when you're a solo traveler The benefits of packing light The basic rules of packing light How to create a travel capsule wardrobe Why solo travel is the ultimate in self-care Things We Discussed Vaude Wizard 24+4 Hiking backpack The Journey system from Idea Mountain Storage Box Milford Track in New Zealand Related Episodes 447 Jen Ruiz ~ To Balance Travel and Adventure With a Full-Time Job 444 Ruksana Hussain ~ Adventures in Freelance Travel Writing 438 Jenny Mowbray ~ Solo Travel + Adventure When You're in a Relationship 383 Anne Malambo ~ How Solo Travel Can Change Our Lives (now with downloadable transcript!) 367 Holly Worton ~ Finding Yourself Through Solo Travel and Outdoor Adventures (now with downloadable transcript!) Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.
Hey everyone and thank you for joining us on this, season 6, episode 188. I'm Commander Randy and maverick/“The Ranger Podcast wingman” is Commander Wayne Elliott. Good day sir. If you ever saw the movie Top Gun then you would know that the wingman is the real hero of the story. Commander Wayne, Royal Ranger [...] The post Wisdom Of The Dead [S06,E188] appeared first on The Ranger Podcast.
Tim has lived in Utah his entire adult life but has never been to Promontory Point for the Golden Spike reenactment of the Trans Continental Railroad. He finally had the opportunity to experience this historic reenactment this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim, Navi, and Bob Grove Darren Debois from the Department of Wildlife Resources to discuss big cats and what you should do if you encounter one in the outdoors. Bob Grove and Mark Wade take us park hopping through the mighty five national parks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim connects with Roger Eggat from The Cabins at Bear River Lodge and Tracks Powersports to talk about the attractions you and your family can experience at The Cabins this Summer. After all……The Cabins were built for families. Navi has your Fishbytes for the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bob Grove joins Tim and Navi back from his first guided tour of the year. Navi talks about the recent graduates in the family. Tim and Navi reviews the fish count report released from the Department of Wildlife Resources. News of the Week features kayak fishing clinics and the impact of the avian flu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode the boys Heat, Hiking and High School Musical. -It’s getting hot.-Dry vs Wet Heat.-Camping and Glamping.-Tyler is stuffed on meatloaf.-How to mow.-Moving to a new place.-We hate close talkers.-We need to talk about Charlie Olives.-Tyler doesn’t listen to Patricks story. The Regrettable Podcast brought to you by Laura Lindly Attorney at Law.Check... The post Episode 69: Champions first appeared on The Ouachita Podcasts.
What to do in Aruba? Well, here are just a few of my favorite things but there is so much you'll need at least two weeks to experience everything this Caribbean island has to offer. Join me today for gathering info for a great Aruban itinerary.⏱TIMELINE⏱1:00 Visit a Private Island2:11 Golfing in Aruba3:09 Hiking and Caving in Aruba5:17 Watersports and boat rides6:36 Casinos & ShoppingTo book your Caribbean or Aruban adventure let me know here!
This episode is for all my fellow history lovers! Coming back this week is former podcast guest and fan-favorite, author Erik Schlimmer, who gives us a full history lesson of the first settlers to move to our beloved Adirondack Park circa 1700's. If you think it's tough living up here now, imagine it in the early 1700's! Be on the lookout this autumn for new books from Erik with this information and much, much more.In the meantime pick up Erik's other Adirondack books at www.beechwoodbks.com and www.transadk.comPick up my new 140+ page High Peaks eBook, "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks". Available now at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab and download to your phone or tablet. Kindle users can download via the Kindle App Store.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com
(05.14.22, Segment 3) Hiking is a popular activity that many people partake in throughout the spring and summer months. A common place to section hike and thru-hike is the famous Appalachian Trail. Appalachian Trail Days is May 13th to 15th in Damascus, VA. Allyn Morton joins the Outdoor Guys to let us know what will be going on during Appalachian Trail Days! Listen to this episode to find out more! Make sure to pick up all of the hiking gear you need at Jesse Brown's Outdoors!
Guest: Spencer Durrant - Ep. 97 - (5/12/22) Spencer loves being outdoors and loves talking about it, too. He had an interesting run in with an NBA coach and discovered that 156 is his lucky number! Connect... AtTheMicShow.com Host: @KeithMalinak on Twitter SpencerDurrant.com Guest: @Spencer_Durrant on Twitter Sponsors: APRCoffee.com Merchandise: AtTheMicShop.com
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Ron Schara sits down with Bill Sherck to talk about one of the biggest traditions in Minnesota, the fishing opener weekend. Stories are told, and tips are shared.Supported by: Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
Lori brings listeners into Appalachia with this next season of the podcast. Stories from her father are interwoven with other people's narratives - all culminating in a season dedicated to "Our Appalachia". Season 6 coming Summer 2022. "Name & Noise" music clips used under Creative Commons license. Go check out and support Thorn & Shout here. Support the show
This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Kelsey Dobesh, chiropractor, and certified athletic trainer.KEY TAKEAWAYS:What biomechanics is and the importance of movementWhat is a functional foot How does foot health relate to back, hip, and knee pain The root cause of Plantar Fascitis, Bunions, Shin Splints & what treatment looks likeGUEST SHARED HELPFUL TIPS ON:Where to find athletic trainers & movement-based practitionersHow to promote foot health dailyFoot shaped shoe recommendationsABOUT GUEST:Kelsey Dobesh is a Chiropractor and certified athletic trainer. She works as an Adjunct Professor at Dakota Wesleyan University, where she teaches Biomechanics to the Master's in Athletic Training Program. She's owned by a business for almost nine years. She is passionate about biomechanics and movement of the human body, especially the foot and ankle!WHERE TO FIND:IG: @drkelseydobesh. FB: @Dr. Kelsey Dobesh, DC, ATC, MSWebsite: www.dobeshchiro.com. WHERE TO FIND CHRISTA:https://www.christabiegler.com/On IG:instagram.com/anti.inflammatory.nutritionist/Shop our Favoriteschristabiegler.com/shopLoving the podcast? Leave us a review and ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY NOW!Sharing & reviewing this podcast is the BEST way to help us succeed with our mission to help integrate the best of East & West empower you to raise the bar on your health story. Just go to https://reviewthispodcast.com/lessstressedlifeSPONSORS:A special thanks to our VIP sponsor RUPA Health, our lab concierge service that helps our clients get standard bloodwork 2/3 off retail direct to consumer lab test pricing. Let them know I sent you when you sign up for your free practitioner account.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jimmy Fike (@jimmyfike) Jimmy Fike, an Arizona based artist who recently spent more than a decade photographing North America's Edible and Medicinal Plants, produced gorgeous photographic prints of his subjects and turned them into a beautiful coffee table book. The prints are meticulously photographed, designed to […] The post Wild Edible Botanicals of North America | Jimmy Fike appeared first on The Garden Path Podcast.
Want to visit Joshua Tree National Park? You can actually see a TON in just one day! Whether you want to stay in a funky airstream, admire boulders, or check out those quirky Joshua trees, this is how to spend one day in Joshua Tree National Park. Check out our blog post about romantic things to do in Joshua Tree here: https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/romantic-things-to-do-in-joshua-tree/
For this episode we explore the possibility of making the Tea Horse Road a continuous hiking trail by looking at the Rails-To-Trails project in the US with Ed Norton, Founding Chair of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy. Mei and Ed discuss the Rails-To-Trails project, from infancy to its present day 25,005 miles of trails, as well other historic trails around the globe, as models for a continuous trail along the Tea Horse Road in Yunnan (and beyond). ----- For a more detailed write-up on this episode, including links to resources mentioned, please visit our website: wildchina.com
Willi Schmidt (Pure Hunting TV) joins Mark Boardman to “workout” all the benefits of pack training for better hunting. The physical component of any backpack hunt is the biggest factor as it relates to success. The further, longer, and faster you can cover ground day after day will make or break your hunt. Pack training is simple, practical, doesn't require a gym membership and will duplicate field exertion like no other exercise. Practice how you play as they say, don your pack with appropriate weight, and train your way to a full freezer. As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Chodia ľudia do hôr dobre vybavení a vedia výbavu primerane používať? Ako zmenila korona návštevnosť hôr a čo to znamenalo pre horskú službu? Aký je záujem o prácu horského záchranára a čo musí človek spĺňať, aby sa ním mohol stať? Nie sú záchranári v konflikte záujov, keď si zároveň mnohí z nich privyrábajú ako horskí vodcovia alebo horskí sprievodcovia? Soňa Mäkká sa rozprávala s riaditeľom Horskej záchrannej služby Marekom Biskupičom.
Bringing little ones into the great outdoors is a whole different level of recreating. Watching them discover and learn about the world around them is unforgettable, but kids also bring a unique set of needs that require some planning for a successful outdoor excursion. Join us as we interview Jana Tingom from Phoenix with Kids, Luna with The Moonlit Nook, and our own Neil Large on the ways their families recreate in nature. They'll share some of their favorite tips to help you plan for a hiking or camping trip, ways they help their kids enjoy nature, and some of their favorite family memories.Resources and activities referenced in this episode include:Phoenix with Kids' "Best Hikes for Kids" by location seriesThe Moonlit Nook's Arizona Family giveaway (includes Arizona State Parks passes!)Guided nature hikes, bird walks, and other special programs in the parksArizona Family Campout program that shows new family campers the ropesArizona State Parks' Junior Ranger program and other outdoor activities for kids
Some spirits haunt, others simply loved life. Eisuke Aikawa is a fiction writer based in Fukuoka, Japan. He has authored two collections of short stories, Hiking (2017) and Kumo wo hanareta tsuki (2018). His short fiction has appeared in venues such as Bungakukai, Hidden Authors, and Taberu no ga osoi. His first novel, Hannah no inai jugatsu wa, was published in 2020. Translated by Toshiya Kamei, "Hummingbird" previously appeared in Samovar. ---- Story Submission ---- Got a short story you'd like to submit? Submission guidelines can be found at http://www.TallTaleTV.com ---- About Tall Tale TV ---- My name is Chris Herron, and I narrate audiobooks. In 2015, poor control of my diabetes left me legally blind for the better part of a year. The doctors predicted an 80% chance I would never see again, but I changed the way I was living and through sheer willpower beat the odds. During this time I couldn't read or write. Two things that I had been turning to for comfort since I was a small child. With the sheer amount of stress I was under, this was devastating. My wife took me by the arm, lead me into the local library, and read out titles of audiobooks to me. I chose the audiobook versions of books I had loved such as the Disc World series, Name of the Wind, Harry Potter, and more. They brought my favorite stories to life in ways I never thought possible and helped me through the darkest time of my life. Once my vision recovered, I maintained a love for audiobooks. I decided I would turn my focus from being a writer to becoming a narrator. I devised Tall Tale TV as a way to help out all the amazing authors in the writing communities I had come to love before my ordeal. I created Tall Tale TV to help aspiring authors by providing them with a promotional audiobook video. A way to showcase their skills with the written word. They say the strongest form of advertisement is word of mouth, so I provide a video to a platform of readers to help get people talking. Help them spread the word. Click the share button and let the world know about this author. ---- legal ---- All images used in this video are either original or Royalty and Attribution free. Most stock images used are provided by http://www.pixabay.com or https://www.canstockphoto.com/. Image attribution will be declared only when required by the copyright owner. All stories on Tall Tale TV have been submitted in accordance with the terms of service provided on http://www.talltaletv.com or obtained with permission by the author. Common Affiliates are: Amazon, Smashwords
On this episode of the Fit is Freedom Podcast, I'm joined by the amazing Gail Storey, award-winning author for her book, I Promise Not to Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail. From running low on supplies to intimacy in the woods, we talk about everything under the sun when it comes to braving the wilderness. Here are just some of the many nuggets of wisdom we discuss…Adventure's impact on relationshipsImportance of preparing and trainingEmbracing the quietExpressing compassion for yourselfImpact of meditationDeepening Intimacy Hiking the PCT with a PartnerGail Storey has written many publications and books in her career with her most recent, I Promise Not to Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail, having won the National Outdoor Book Award, Foreword IndieFab Book of the Year, Nautilus Silver Award, among others! Her award-winning book takes on the true story of her embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with her husband because she refused to let him go alone–despite the fact that she'd never hiked or camped before. Challenges and RewardsHiking long distances like Gail and her husband, Porter, endured with the PCT was exhilarating, exhausting, and rewarding. It brought many challenges on a day-to-day basis from running out of water to blisters and more, but it also brought a great deal of discovery and the building of a strong relationship.After selling her car, their house, and throwing multiple dinner parties to say “goodbye” to friends and loved ones, Gail found herself on a spring weekend in 2004 heading out on the adventure of a lifetime–hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. Gail explains how there's just something about hiking in the wilderness for days on end, relying on someone else for survival and entertainment, that brings two souls together. The stillness. The unexpected circumstance. The beauty of nature. The lack of escaping one another. From this experience, Gail and Porter formed an unbreakable bond, she wrote an award-winning book, and she learned the importance of physical fitness in the connection of your mind, body, and soul. To this day, at almost 75 years old, she continues to work on her fitness and help her community through environmental activism.