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People like to say nature is for everyone, but do we really act like it is? From a lack of bigger bodies in outdoor marketing, to other-ing attitudes from both rangers and fellow outdoor users, the problems are real. Never experienced these challenges or don't know they exist? That might be because you're not someone at whom they are targeted. Creating welcoming spaces outside is everyone's work, and it starts with acknowledging the problem by listening to the personal experiences of those who have faced these issues. How do they handle them? How can we make spaces that are open -- not in words, but in action -- for everyone? Brandi Small lays it all out in this episode based on her own experience on the trail and in the campgrounds. Don't miss this chance to make a difference. Listen now. Connect with this episode: Get $20 off Ski Babes fitness with coupon code “HUMANS”Follow Brandi Small on Instagram Connect with Brandi on Facebook Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Some of the good stuff: [3:49] Brandi Small's favorite outdoor space [4::22] How Brandi became someone who likes to go outside [7:58] Visiting all of California's National Parks [8:41] Brandi's first love [14:34] Don't miss out on this super awesome Ski Babes discount [16:31] Diving into representation outside [18:00] Have things gotten worse? [20:36] This has never happened to me and it's not a shock [23:00] How much of this is race and how much of this is body size? [24:08] I am absolutely astonished [30:56] What is the work to address these issues? [35:00] Brandi's favorite outdoor moment
In our Mailbag! episodes, we answer questions from listeners about the national parks, ranger-led tours, road trips, hiking, camping, backpacking, gear, relationships, and pretty much whatever anyone wants to ask us. In this episode, we cover these topics: · Recommendations for public lands and hikes in Southern California's desert that are good to visit in winter and not crowded, · Cities and towns in the west that would make great home bases for working remotely and visiting national parks and other public lands, · How we research a visit to a national park or other outdoor destination, · Our favorite national park campgrounds, · And more! A link we promised to share: · The NPS website where you can find all the NPS sites in each state The best way to support our podcast is to become a member of our Patreon account. Follow this link to check it out. And don't forget to check out our new online merch store and www.dirtlander.com. Subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show. Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com. To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's stories include volcanic adventures, a VAN down by the RIVER, ghostly side hugs, hairbrush shivs in the Badlands and bears, butterflies and birds from beyond. Outsiders Only bonus stories available for Patreon and Apple Subscribers! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon or Apple Subscriptions to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Beam: Use our link and code NPAD for up to 40% off. Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your subscription, plus $20 off your first subscription order.
On this week's episode, Kiernan talks to Washington Post journalist and podcaster Lillian Cunningham about her fantastic 5-episode National Park podcast “Field Trip.” They talk about environmental disasters, how Native American communities relate to the Parks, and the challenges of making audio stories about highly visual landscapes. Plus, RYAN VISITS BOSTON. Things we talk about in this week's episode: “Field Trip” https://www.washingtonpost.com/podcasts/field-trip/ “Presidential” https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/business/podcasts/presidential/ Rich Men North of Richmond https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqSA-SY5Hro Spoke in Somerville http://www.spokewinebar.com/ Chez Baldwin https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/exhibitions/chez-baldwin Plum Island https://www.newburyport.com/plum-island-beach/ Bob Lobster https://boblobster.com/
Episode 208 - We're continuing our Canada adventures with this trip to one of the most epic national parks in the world - Banff National Park! We took an early summer trip to this jaw dropping gorgeous destination for several days of hiking, taking in the unreal sights of turquoise blue waters and exploring the great outdoors that only Canada has to offer. If you love lakes, mountains, wildlife, and those beautiful forest mountain vibes, then this is the trip for you! We also dip into nearby Yoho National Park to see the most gorgeous turquoise lake. You don't want to miss this bonus park when you visit Banff. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Trip Meet Ups! We're hosting our first trip meet-up at River Expeditions June 7-10, 2024. Visit our travelsquadpodcast.com/new-river-gorge-adventure-trip for all the information and to book and use code TSP for 20% off! Travel Itineraries on Sale Now! Explore our instant download trip itineraries for trips to iconic USA, international, and national park destinations that plan every detail of the adventure for you. On sale for $30! travelsquadpodcast.com/travelitinerary Shop our favorite travel gear, packing lists, and gifts for travelers on our Amazon Shop https://www.amazon.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Travel Squad Podcast merch on our Etsy etsy.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Connect with us on Social Media: YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram and be sure to follow your co-hosts @jamal_marrush, @bucketlist_brittanie, and @lushdeez Email us at email@example.com to discuss being a guest on our podcast or having the squad on yours, advertising options, or to Ask a Question of the Week --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/travel-squad-podcast/support
Der Kongress hat noch eine Woche Zeit, um einen neuen Haushalt zu verabschieden. Gelingt es nicht, eine Einigung zu erzielen, muss die Regierung den Laden erst mal dicht machen - Millionen von Bundesbediensteten werden ihre Gehaltsschecks nicht erhalten, Nationalparks und die Post werden geschlossen und auch die Wirtschaft und Börsenmärkte könnten betroffen sein. Warum weigern sich einige Abgeordnete, einen Kompromiss zu schließen, wo doch das Chaos so groß sein könnte? Geht hier Profilierung vor das Wohl des Landes? Oder ist das ein riskanter, aber legitimer Teil des Balance-of-Power-Systems? Wendy ist diese Woche in Kalifornien und schildert ihre Eindrücke von zu Hause aus.Credits:Theme Music: Reha Omayer, HamburgFind us on:Facebook: AmerikaUebersetztTwitter: @AUbersetztContact us:firstname.lastname@example.org
On October 2nd, 1999, 3 year-old Jaryd Atadero vanished on a group hike in the Roosevelt National Forest of Colorado, and his father Allyn has been searching for answers to who (or what) what was responsible ever since. The search for Jaryd set off one of the largest search and rescue missions in the state's history and has remained one of Colorado's greatest unsolved mysteries. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon or Apple Subscriptions to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Athena Club: Get started with Athena Club today by shopping in-store at Target nationwide. BetterHelp: National Park After Dark is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off. Beam: Use our link and code NPAD for up to 40% off. Sources Missing: The Jaryd Atadero Story by Allyn and Arlyn Atadero, US Forest Service , All Trails , New York Times, USFS, Coloradoan, Denver Post
Welcome to our Podcast #4,303! Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html You've GOT TO SEE our "Costa Rica Good News Report" Website: www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 870 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
If you are a regular listener of Sunny Side Up you won't be surprised at all when we dive right into the HEART of Tanya Pence, Founder of RevolutionaryPeace.Net, retired Police Officer, Yoga Entrepreneur, "Ice Queen" and magical mama. In this episode, she challenges us to change the way we see the world. Upcoming REV Travels (as she calls them) include Puerto Rico (October 29- Nov 2), Puerto Vallarta (Jan 30 - Feb 6) and SPRING 2024, a 4 day/3 night hike to The Lost City in Colombia, including a luxurious stay near the beautiful National Park, Tayrona. There's different levels of adventure for solos, couples or groups; truly something for everyone seeking a revolutionary experience. Traveling with Tanya means your adventure will include it all--- missionary work, history of the places you visit, how to travel on a budget and adventure like no other. Also in this episode we discuss the mental and physical benefits of cold water therapy and why/how it's good for auto-immune diseases, depression, anxiety and inflammation. You DEFINITELY want to tune in! Learn more about Tanya's upcoming adventures at RevolutionaryPeace.Net --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alimarielong/support
Welcome to Missing Persons Mysteries!In this episode, we will dive into our first episode of our new series: Backcountry Vanishings: 10 National Park Disappearances - Volume OneJoin Bob will take us through these 10 strange cases from our very own national parks!⚠️ If you have any information regarding any of these cases please call:Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS.NPS Investigates: 1-888-653-0009
Fall is a great time of year to head to Southern Utah and visit our “Mighty Five” national parks. But did you know you can experience the beauty and wonder of the parks without ever stepping foot inside one? In part one of our Fall Getaway Guide, host Ali Vallarta joins lead producer Emily Means to share her recommendations for taking in this season's glory in the shadow of the national parks, without the fees, crowds, and chaos. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter. You can find us on Instagram @CityCastSLC and Twitter @CityCastSLC. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the daily304 – your window into Wonderful, Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Today is Sunday, Sept. 24 National Park officials anticipate a busy fall season in Almost Heaven…the “House in the Clouds” artist reveals what drew him to West Virginia…and September is National Voter Registration Month; register or update your information today!…on today's daily304. #1 – From WBOY-TV – Fall is the peak season for tourists who come to enjoy the sights of West Virginia. As the leaves are beginning to turn, one national park representative estimates that this year will be the busiest so far. Dave Bieri, District Supervisor at New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, said that many travelers already called to ask about the fall foliage. “We're also just starting into the Gauley Season, so that brings a lot of people out, especially on the weekends,” Bieri said. In addition to whitewater rafting on the Gauley River, there are numerous fall festivals and other activities taking place throughout the state. Visit www.wvtourism.com/seasons/fall to sign up for weekly fall foliage updates and find scenic drives and other seasonal activities and events in Almost Heaven. Read more: https://www.wboy.com/wv-outdoors/fall-activities-attracting-more-tourists-to-west-virginia-than-ever/ #2 – From THE GAZETTE-MAIL – Before becoming a self-described “West Virginian by choice,” having spent half his 85 years living and working in his home and studio atop a remote Hardy County ridgetop, nationally recognized artist Robert Singleton arrived at his West Virginian homesite by chance. Singleton is the subject of a new film, “House in the Clouds: The Artistic Life of Robert Singleton,” that tells the story of what inspired him to return to his studio and resume an art career. The film also details the artist's progression from conventional imagery to award-winning abstract expression, and on to “light paintings” and ethereal, mystical horizon lines and clouds, depicting the meeting space between heaven and earth. “One day I went for a walk with my dog and found a clearing in the forest where I laid down and looked up at the sky, and went to sleep. When I woke up, my depression was gone.” SIngleton had discovered what he wanted to paint: clouds. “They're all about capturing light,” he said, “and no two are the same.” Read more: https://www.wvgazettemail.com/news/acclaimed-hardy-county-artist-subject-of-new-documentary/article_22f16619-1338-5ded-8531-fde36b21d1ed.html #3 – From MY BUCKHANNON – September is National Voter Registration Month. All eligible West Virginia residents are encouraged to register to vote or, if already registered, verify that their information is updated and accurate. Since January 2017, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner and his staff have worked closely with the county clerks to register 333,575 eligible citizens to vote. Of that number, more than 100,000 have been eligible high school students – many of whom will vote for the first time in the upcoming May 2024 Primary Election. According to Warner, those voters who change their name or get married and assume their spouse's last name are required to update their voter registration. Those voters who have moved their residence since the last election or who may have a new address because of the remapping of the state's 911 system should also update their voter registration. To register or update your voter registration, visit the Secretary of State's secure election website at GoVoteWV.com. Read more: https://www.mybuckhannon.com/nearly-50-voter-registration-drives-scheduled-to-take-place-throughout-w-va-in-september/?fbclid=IwAR3YN1BEsjL9KsGtVJ31Bf_Ac08n08HrkFciyo9Z-0m_hhIj4IRetT8fju0_aem_AQRJrQmbAA6ov-M4V03U3Ky-_ABNQxBJjqCgccMNc5WukY2_HriLTv3PQVHPdB6YAv4 Find these stories and more at wv.gov/daily304. The daily304 curated news and information is brought to you by the West Virginia Department of Commerce: Sharing the wealth, beauty and opportunity in West Virginia with the world. Follow the daily304 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @daily304. Or find us online at wv.gov and just click the daily304 logo. That's all for now. Take care. Be safe. Get outside and enjoy all the opportunity West Virginia has to offer.
For the past 240 weeks, the National Parks Traveler has brought you weekly podcasts examining life, news, and exploration of the National Park System. It's been a long-running series that has never lacked for topics. We hope you've found those episodes as informative and interesting as we have. For this week's show, we're diving into shows from past years to bring you two we think you'll find fascinating. One revolves around the question of whether a gun can keep you safe from bears in the backcountry of parks. We discuss that topic with Tom Smith, a professor of wildlife sciences at Brigham Young University and a member of the National Rifle Association. In the second part, we look back at Lynn Riddick's journey underground at Mammoth Cave National Park.
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Join Mike Miller, the host of the Garden Hotline, and his special guest, Pamela Sanfilippo, as they explore the breathtaking Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis. In this National Public Lands Day special edition, Mike and Pamela delve into the park's natural beauty, its history, and the importance of preserving public lands. Alongside gardening tips and insights, they celebrate the wonder of this iconic national park.
There is never a bad day to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park, but some days are better than others. And if you are up for soaking in the sights with a little more solitude than what is generally available during the summer months, this fall might be a great time to visit the park.
Host: Greg Skordas The looming government shutdown is making the Governor propose a solution to keep Utah's national parks open if the shutdown happens at the end of the month. Utah Senate President Stuart Adams joins the show to discuss the plan, and why he feels so strongly about keeping the national parks open.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We shouldn't be surprised that plastics make their way into the Great Lakes. But, did you know that about 22 million pounds of plastic get into the Great Lakes each year? A study by the University of Toronto found that 90% of Great Lakes water samples over the last 10 years have unsafe microplastic levels. On the September episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes, we share that in a study of microplastics on 37 National Park beaches, microfibers were found at every site and made up 97% of the microplastic debris. But, the highest concentration of microplastics in this national study was found at the Apostle Islands National Seashore in Wisconsin! Andrea Densham, sustainability expert with the Alliance for Great Lakes joins us to explain the sources of these toxic microplastics, the impact on the Great Lakes ecosystem, and ways to address the crisis.
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https://slasrpodcast.com/ SLASRPodcast@gmail.com Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we revisit a recent backpacking trip to Yosemite National Park. Thinking about planning a trip to Yosemite and need some ideas for an itinerary? We have you covered as this episode will review our travels throughout Yosemite including Camping outside of Glacier Point, Views of Mount Starr King, Illilouette Falls, The Panoramic Trail, Nevada Falls, Little Yosemite Campground, Half Dome, the Mist Trail, Curry Village and we even saw a Black bear munching grubs by the side of the road surrounded by tourists. All this plus Ben Pease from the Hiking Buddies joins us for an update on all things Hiking buddies, more car break ins, contingency plans in case one of the hosts dies and we need to hire a replacement, Geysers, fake drowning, hiking drama in the grand canyon, and search and rescues all come at the same time in the Whites this week - rescues on Avalon Trail, Jewel Trail, Mt Cube and Monadnock This weeks Higher Summit Forecast Window Cling Order Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAWSpyB3_6IbQF84DaSkJ1KdlUzQkY6DDNM2S-8axYK98NyQ/viewform Topics Higher Summits Forecast Hiking Buddies - Tip of the week Half Dome Recap Mel and Floki - Car Break In SLASR Succession plans Random Outdoor News - Geysers, Moose, Bears, Reklis Event - November 11th Kayaker fakes drowning to avoid court Climber accident in Austria New Ultralight Gear company - Near Zero Vote for a SAR team to win an SUV Pop Culture News - Black Bird / Vuelta Espana Recent Hikes - Stomp on Mount Orange Segment of the week - Yosemite National Park Recent Search and Rescue news Show Notes Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews SLASR Merchandise SLASR LinkTree Jen's Friends Climb Against Cancer Fundraiser Reminder - Taylor James Steeves Summit Challenge starts on September 15th Mel and Floki Go Fund Me What makes a great Geyser, and is Old Faithful the best? hiker trampled by Moose Bear family taking out trail cams Grizzly bears stalk hikers in Canada kayaker fakes drowning to avoid criminal charges. British Tourist Falls 300 Feet on Austrian Mountain Ladder New UL Gear Company - Near Zero Vote for a new vehicle for one of 5 search and rescue teams Yosemite History Chinese Workers John Muir Ansel Adams Thomas Starr King California Conservation Corps Trail Crew Day 2 - Mono Meadow to Illilouette Basin Day 3 - IllIlouette Basin to Little Yosemite Backpacker Camp via Mono Meadow, Glacier Point, Panorama Trail and Nevada Falls Day 4 - Half Dome Hike Day 5 - Down the Mist Trail to the Valley Hiker dies, attempting Grand Canyon rim to rim.. injured hiker left alone by group in Grand Canyon Injured hiker carried down avalon Tral ; Injured hiker rides the Cog Injured hiker assisted off Mt. Cube Seriously injured hiker rescued Mt. Monadnock Sponsors and Partners Mount Washington Higher Summits Forecast Hiking Buddies Vaucluse - Sweat less. Explore more. – Vaucluse Gear
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On episode 123 of Welcome To The Winners Circle, Derek Pang interviews Ben Walker (IG: @benjoywalker) a mindset & life coach who helps procrastinators get shit down and live life on their terms. From an unsatisfied musical theatre actor living in New York, to quitting the industry and signing up for professional development that emptied his bank account to zero, he was a Nomad coach traveling all across America visiting National Parks for 2 years and is now a based in Bend, Oregon helping people create a life of freedom themselves. Here are some of the subjects we touched on: - what he loves about his world right now - his life mission - why people procrastinate - his journey in becoming a mentor and life coach - his experience living in New York as a musical theatre actor and being very thankful for leaving the city - living nomadically across the USA and visiting National Parks throughout the country during the pandemic - what he's learnt about fear - dealing with resistance - emptying his life savings to create opportunity - how he advises his clients to push pass his self-limiting beliefs - thoughts on social media - pricing yourself and your services - an acknowledgement of mentors and key takeaways learnt from them - the biggest challenge he's encountered on his journey - greatest life lesson he's learnt on his path thus far - taking initiative to form a tribe I hope you guys enjoy this podcast as much as we did. We are all on the same path, The Hero's Journey, just at different points along the way. Thank you so much for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: WTTWC Podcast: @wttwc Derek Pang - @pangyoga https://www.welcometothewinnerscircle.com
KSL's Top Story: If the federal government shuts down at the end of the month... Utah lawmakers are promising the state will keep the big five national parks open.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you don't know Matt Bally... check this out.Matt is a live and learn kind of guy. Living in the fact that he captures what the world has to offer him. If that means traveling to National Parks or just trying something completely new. But Matt is also a learner. Matt desire to learn so be can be a better husband, father, worker and friend to all. Enjoy this episode as Matt speaks wisdom and shares some fun life lessons!
The Business of Meetings – Episode 184 – How Do 58+ Million American Households Spend their Holidays? Today, we are delighted to speak with David Basler, Chief Strategy Officer of the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). In an industry boasting a trillion-dollar economic footprint, with 12 to 13,000 sites across America, and serving the vacation ambitions of over 58 million households, the ARVC plays a pivotal role in shaping and supporting the thriving world of RV parks and campgrounds. David joins us to share his expertise, insights, and perspective on the current state and future potential of the dynamic RV and campground industry. Bio: A champion of whatever community he's a member of, David Basler is an entrepreneurial spirit, business leader, and philanthropist. After working in publishing on the East Coast, David moved to historic Creede, Colorado in 2002 and started Creede Magazine Publishing, which he owned and operated until 2008. During this time, he also founded Keep Creede Beautiful, a nonprofit to maintain the beauty of Creede, and the John David Lentz Memorial Fund, which provides annual funding to the Creede Repertory Theatre. After a 6-year stint with Meeting Professionals International (MPI) in Dallas, David, along with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs, moved to Denver in 2014. He is currently the Chief Strategy Officer for the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, an organization representing more than 3,000 privately owned RV parks and campgrounds across North America. He and his wife, Amanda, are avid collectors of fine art and they remain extremely active philanthropically in the arts and education. Working alongside their oldest daughter, they lead both the John David Lentz Memorial Fund and the Genny Basler Memorial Fund. David also sits on the board of the Creede Center for the Arts and the advisory board of the Creede Repertory Theatre. When it's playtime, David enjoys fly-fishing, hiking, running, and travel, having visited all 50 states and more than 25 countries on three continents. David's journey David's journey began in high school when he discovered his passion for writing and communications through the guidance of a dedicated teacher and joined a remarkable high school magazine project. That publication, unlike most other school newspapers, was a full-color glossy magazine that earned numerous awards. Joining the magazine staff led to lasting friendships, and the impact of that formative experience left an indelible mark on his career trajectory, underscoring the profound impact of mentorship and community engagement. After college, he worked as an editor on the East Coast before realizing his dream of starting his own publication in Colorado. That venture expanded into a successful publishing company, producing calendars and visitor guides, and becoming a vital part of the local community. Subsequently, David moved to Dallas and began working for MPI after selling his business. MPI During his time with MPI, David played a pivotal role in its publishing, marketing, and communications sectors. His efforts included overseeing the launch of One Plus, a rebrand of a magazine previously called Meeting Professional, aimed to educate and inform meeting professionals worldwide. The rebranding initiative persisted for about four years before the strategic decision was made to revert to the original Meeting Professional brand to align the publication more effectively with the identity of the organization and its members. An RV Trip Planning Session Eric and David had a serendipitous encounter that led to a memorable RV trip planning session. David drew on his expertise in the RV and campground industry to assist Eric in crafting an unforgettable journey that served as a testament to the industry's collaborative spirit and its emphasis on fostering a sense of community. The Flourishing RV and Campground Landscape The RV and campground industry in the United States is economically significant, constituting approximately 2% of the GDP. The industry's consistent growth was underscored by an influx of new enthusiasts, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. David attributes the industry's appeal to its diverse accommodation options and the unique experiences offered within campgrounds. Championing the Industry The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) is tireless in its efforts to advocate for the RV and campground industry in Washington, D.C. Its endeavors mostly revolve around showcasing the considerable financial impact of the industry and the sway wielded by campground owners as influential voters. These advocacy undertakings focus on emphasizing the industry's significance to legislators and stakeholders. A Kaleidoscope of Campgrounds The vast spectrum of campgrounds ranges from intimate, cozy sites to sprawling mega parks with thousands of slots. David highlights the pivotal role of diversity in catering to the varied preferences of campers. The ethos of campgrounds is centered on inclusivity, ensuring that every individual, regardless of background or preferences, can find a campground that resonates with their desires. Creating Lasting Memories The transformative power of camping experiences is unparalleled! Campgrounds play a significant role in crafting enduring memories and fostering a profound sense of community among campers. The Industry's Forward Trajectory David envisions a future where the RV and campground industry continue flourishing over the next decade. Despite potential hurdles, such as fluctuations in interest rates, the innate strength and resilience of the RV and campground industry are anticipated to weather any storm. 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Welcome to Missing Persons Mysteries!Join Bob as he asks the quesstion: Whats Really Happened to Douglas Legg?⚠️ If you have any information regarding any of these cases please call:Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS.NPS Investigates: 1-888-653-0009
Dr Paul Bagi is the co-founder of Open Air and a spine surgeon with a clear passion: creating beautifully designed stays at National Parks. Having personally experienced the lack of quality accommodation near these breathtaking landmarks, he is committed to streamlining and elevating the travel experience for all. Website https://www.stayopenair.com/ ------- Dr. Sharon Mclaughlin is board board-certified plastic surgeon. She is the founder of the Female Physician Entrepreneurs Network and Business Program where she empowers women physicians by helping them turn their ideas into profitable businesses so that they can have the freedom to live their best lives. She is also the founder of Mind Lull, which helps others slow down by providing tools and journals that help small business owners improve their focus and have more fulfillment. Her latest book, Thriving After Burnout, is a compilation of stories from women physicians who share tips and strategies on what helped them during burnout. Thriving After Burnout Thriving After Burnout: A Compilation of Real Stories and Strategies to Reduce Female Physician Burnout Our Business Program https://BusinessMindsetMD.com For women physicians https://fpestrong.com You can find Dr Mclaughlin's planners here Journal and Business Planner For Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners: Intention and Gratitude Journal For Entrepreneurs Her website https://sharonmclaughlinmd.com You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org #WomenInBusiness #EmpowerHer
Episode 207 - In this two-part episode we head up to Canada to take Jasper National Park by storm! In this episode we detail the first half of our week trip exploring Jasper and Kootenay National Parks. We share our adventures hiking, exploring the gorgeous lakes, seeing bears, dipping in the hot springs, trekking on a glacier, and stopping along the Icefields Parkway. Since it's so close we also ventured into British Columbia to see a few sights in nearby Kootenay and it did not disappoint! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Trip Meet Ups! We're hosting our first trip meet-up at River Expeditions June 7-10, 2024. Visit our travelsquadpodcast.com/new-river-gorge-adventure-trip for all the information and to book and use code TSP for 20% off! Travel Itineraries on Sale Now! Explore our instant download trip itineraries for trips to iconic USA, international, and national park destinations that plan every detail of the adventure for you. On sale for $30! travelsquadpodcast.com/travelitinerary Shop our favorite travel gear, packing lists, and gifts for travelers on our Amazon Shop https://www.amazon.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Travel Squad Podcast merch on our Etsy etsy.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Connect with us on Social Media: YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram and be sure to follow your co-hosts @jamal_marrush, @bucketlist_brittanie, and @lushdeez Email us at email@example.com to discuss being a guest on our podcast or having the squad on yours, advertising options, or to Ask a Question of the Week --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/travel-squad-podcast/support
Today we welcome back Wes and Jeff from Tooth & Claw Podcast! There's a reason we keep teaming up with them - get ready for a fun episode full of stories from their time working with black bears in Bryce and find out why the hell Jeff would want to be Gateway Arch National Park and mushrooms on a cheeseburger. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon or Apple Subscriptions to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Lume Deodorant: New customers GET $5 OFF a Lume Starter Pack with code NPAD. IQBAR: Text PARK to 64000 to get 20% off all IQBAR products and free shipping. Liquid IV: Use code NPAD to get 20% off. Microdose Gummies: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order.
Maria Island is a UNESCO World Heritage listed Tasmanian convict site, with a long and varied history, and a number of spectacular natural and geological places of interest. From its original indigenous use, soon after aboriginal people made their way to Tasmania, around 30,000 years ago, through it's early colonial use as penal outposts and then for agricultural and industrial uses, many historical remnants are visible for visitors to explore. Since 1971 it was designated as a National Park, with an added calling as a refuge island, helping to protect a number of endangered or ‘of concern' species. This episode follows it's story through the ages. (72 mins) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Brilliant stories from Australia's past Enjoying the podcast? Help support the show with a one-off donation AustralianHistoriesPodcast.com.au ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Swap your brown noise, green, white, or violet for this unique Yosemite waterfall. Blue Noise, an offering from Foresta Falls, which is deep on the edge of Yosemite National Park (in Foresta, CA). Recorded live, on location, Saturday, September 9, 2023 at 6:02PM PT.
Hey Mogpies! We are back from our little break. Christian took a trip out to some National and State parks and had an amazing time exploring the sites. But it did raise a question during his travels. What is the real history behind the parks? So, we did a little digging and found some rather depressing facts about Americas most beautiful places. They. are filled with segregation and racism that. is trying to be covered. And no one is left out of this, not even the beloved Smokey The Bear! -------------------- Please help us out and leave a rating and review on the pod-catcher of your choice. Also, spread the word on the show because that helps us out more than you may ever know. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/murder-of-gray/support
Ben, co-founder of Wild Tribute, joins us on the podcast to talk about Wild Tribute's mission of honoring our parks, forests, and oceans and how the work they do with their partners and organizations and the donations they give is making a difference in the world. Links from the show, links to sponsors and discount partners, and ways to support the podcast:Wild Tribute + Subaru Gearhttps://subarugear.com/category/wild-tribute?&viewAll=True Wild Tribute Websitehttps://wildtribute.com/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Subie & YOU! Podcast Website!!https://subieandyoupodcast.com/ Rep your favorite podcast with some Subie & YOU! Podcast gear!! Also on the website you will find all the episodes, reviews from Apple Podcast, the About page, and a place to purchase car decals to show your love for the podcast by adding a decal, which we know adds 5 HP to your Subaru!!- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Sponsors of the Podcast:Subaru GearUse code subieandyou23 to get 20% off your purchase!Get FREE shipping for orders over $50 after 20% discount!Website:https://subarugear.com/ Subaru Wilderness Lanyard Keychainhttps://subarugear.com/product/658553-wilderness-lanyard-keychain REIKA VSUse code SubieYou10 for 10% off purchases!Subie & YOU! on Reika VS Website:reikavs.com/subieandyou/ Accentrek DesignsInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/accentrek.designs/ Website:https://www.accentrekdesigns.com/ Mele Design FirmWebsite:https://meledesignfirm.com/ New Crosstrek Battery Mount:https://meledesignfirm.com/products/subaru-crosstrek-group-35-mount - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Brands Offering DiscountsOrbis Overlanding10% discount off Orbis Overlanding and partnering car products(excludes apparel)Discount code: subieandyou Website:www.orbisoverlanding.com/ Spider No Drill Roof RackUse code subieandyou to get 10% off a rack for your Subie!!https://www.spiderroofrack.com/ That Subie ChickUse code SUBIEANDYOUPODCAST for 10% off your purchase!Website:https://www.subiechick.com/ YescomUSA10% off awning with LED light bar.Discount code: SUBIE&YOU10Website:www.yescomusa.com/
Jonathan, or J. as he's known to friends, is a husband, a father, and the owner of Trailhead Technology Partners, a custom software consulting company with employees all around the world. He is also a Microsoft MVP in .NET and frequently speaks at software meetups and conferences. He doesn't mind too much because he loves sharing what he's learned, and it also gives him an excuse to visit any nearby National Parks, a passion of his, proven by the fact that he's currently made it to 56 of the 63 parks. J. also has a passion for building community and has served on several non-profit boards over the years as a result. Currently, J. sits on the SoftwareGR board, a non-profit trade organization dedicated to building the software industry in West Michigan. He also runs Beer City Code, a software conference, and has served as president on that board for over a decade. J. loves hiking, reading, photography, and trying to see all the best picture nominees before the Oscars ceremony. Topics of Discussion: [4:18] J starting his own consulting company, Trailhead. [4:55] The two categories that make up software architecture. [5:54] J's philosophy on when he would rewrite a legacy software system. [10:52] The pros and cons of making small improvements over time. [11:33] What is the strangler fig pattern, and how does that turn into a strategy for a software update? [16:02] Bringing older ASP.NET applications up to .NET7. [19:55] What is a reverse proxy? [22:21] We reference the book Working Effectively with Legacy Code. [25:08] In this process, do both of the applications just get access to everything, or do you have to do something specific? [31:28] Architecturally, does this approach work in modernizing from older or other platform web applications? [34:02] The concept of microfrontends. Mentioned in this Episodes: Clear Measure Way Architect Forum Software Engineer Forum Programming with Palermo — New Video Podcast! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Clear Measure, Inc. (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! Jeffrey Palermo's Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! Architect Tips — Video podcast! J. Tower on Twitter J. Tower on LinkedIn YARP Basic YARP Sample Strangler Fig Application Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.
James Pierce was Wounded in Afghanistan in 2012 by a Suicide bomber. He came back to the USA determined to help others. He now helps 2000 volunteers on the Mall in Washington DC
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Hornist Amy Sanchez is a very successful and very busy freelancer living in Los Angeles. But she is so much more than that. In addition to all her various activities as a musician, she has also done a 99 day trip around the United States visiting all the National Parks, has become involved with NkombeRhino, a South African organization that focuses on the protection of endangered species (and in the process founded Horns for Rhino), has a pilot's license, and is probably the only freelancer in Los Angeles to have bought a house in Sitka, Alaska!During the week of our conversation, Amy had a VERY busy week, flying to San Francisco to play offstage in a Vienna Philharmonic concert, playing on a Thomas Newman session for a Pixar animated movie, playing Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George, and also teaching 12+ lessons at UCLA. So we begin by talking about that week and what the life of a freelancer is like. We end with Amy talking about the beginning of her career, studying at Ithaca College and the University of Southern California and touring with Blast.Dorico Professional music notation and composition software from Steinberg. Download a free 30-trial today!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Join us this week as Joe MC's a National Park trivia night with guest co-hosts Andy (From our Gwen Hasselquist episode series) & Reed (First time on the show). Can you correctly answer more questions than the hosts? Let us know in the comments or call the show at 208-391-6913. We'd also like to congratulate Mike on the birth of his second child last month. Joe & Mike will be back next episode with a new mysterious case to discuss. New Patreon Shoutouts - Stephanie King, Marissa Lemons, Laura Ellis, Louisa Lynch, & Patricia Everett. Learn more about Locations Unknown: https://linktr.ee/LocationsUnknown Want to help the show out and get even more Locations Unknown content! For as little as $5 a month, you can become a Patron of Locations Unknown and get early access to our episodes before release, special Patreon only episode (Currently a backlog of 39 additional episodes), free swag, swag contests, your picture on our supporter wall of fame, our Patreon only Discord Server, and discounts to our Locations Unknown Store! Become a Patron of the Locations Unknown Podcast by visiting our Patreon page. (https://www.patreon.com/locationsunknown) All our Patreon only content (Audio & Video) can now be accessed via Spotify. (Active subscription to our Patreon channel is required.) -- Locations Unknown Subscriber Only Show | Podcast on Spotify Want to call into the show and leave us a message? Now you can! Call 208-391-6913 and leave Locations Unknown a voice message and we may air it on a future message! View live recordings of the show on our YouTube channel: Locations Unknown - YouTube Want to advertise on the podcast? Visit the following link to learn more. Advertise on Locations Unknown Learn about other unsolved missing persons cases in America's wilderness at Locations Unknown. Follow us on Facebook & Instagram. Also check us out on two new platforms - Pocketnet & Rumble. You can view sources for this episode and all our previous episodes at: Sources — Locations Unknown
Episode 121 - Welcome Keith Gentili - Acadia National Park https://slasrpodcast.com/ SLASRPodcast@gmail.com Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week, we welcome back our friend Keith Gentili. Keith is the author of White Mountains State - A Four Year Journey Hiking and Summiting New Hampshire's 48 Highest Peaks. Keith has graciously agreed to come back so we can do a deeper dive into Acadia National Park. Planning a trip up to Bah Harrr-ba and Acadia for the fall? Keith will give us the rundown on the trails to hike, and all the sites to see. In addition to Acadia - we have a gear list review for a 4 night backpacking trip out west, More details emerge on South Baldface fatality, Reach the Beach has a new route through Na Hampsha, there is an active cave rescue in Turkey, and recent search and rescue news on Mount Cabot, Jewell Trail and Arethusa Falls. This weeks Higher Summit Forecast Keith Gentili's Info Personal Website New Boston Beacon Buy White Mountains State Window Cling Order Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAWSpyB3_6IbQF84DaSkJ1KdlUzQkY6DDNM2S-8axYK98NyQ/viewform Topics Higher Summits Forecast Keith and Mike bring sports talk radio to the show, Stomp is not amused. Flags on the 48 Update on the fatality on South Baldface Cave Rescue Reach the Beach Reroute Guy gets is GMC Truck stuck on a 14,000 foot mountain in Colorado The Trek - internet resource for Thru Hikers Pop culture - Jimmy Buffett, One Chip Challenge Beer Talk - Treehouse Brewery in Charlton, MA SAR Training and Notable Hikes Guest of the Week - Keith talks about Acadia National Park Recent Search and Rescue News Show Notes Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews SLASR Merchandise SLASR LinkTree Jen's Friends Climb Against Cancer Fundraiser Reminder - Taylor James Steeves Summit Challenge starts on September 15th All peaks confirmed More Details on the case of 17 year old who died on South Baldface Active Cave Rescue of American stuck 1000 meters below the surface Reach the Beach - Reroute Course GMC Canyon PickUp truck stuck at 14,000 feet in Colorado An interesting resource for through-hikers Park Founder - George Dorr Acadia - Plan your Visit Bear-cam saves lost hiker Injured hiker - Jewell Trail Injured hiker Bunnell Notch trail Injured hiker Arethusa Falls Sponsors and Partners Mount Washington Higher Summits Forecast Vaucluse - Sweat less. Explore more. – Vaucluse Gear Alzheimer's Association - 48 Peaks Seek The Peak Website
Hugging the eastern border of Alaska, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is a breathtaking example of raw and untamed nature. At a staggering 13.2 million acres, it holds the title of the largest national park in the United States. Its vast wilderness holds some of the most dramatic landscapes in the world, including the Wrangell Mountains and the coastal St. Elias Range, home to the second-highest peak in the U.S., Mount Saint Elias. The park is not just known for its geology and natural wonders; it also preserves numerous historic sites, including the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark. At the end of a 59-mile gravel road leading to the park's interior, visitors can explore the well-preserved mining company town of Kennecott and the nearby equally historic town of McCarthy. These sites offer a glimpse into the life and times of the early miners and settlers in the region. In this episode, we talk about our experience visiting this magnificent park and share our suggestions about what you might want to see and do in the park. There are even a few short history and geology channel mini-episodes as we describe this park's vastness and natural wonders. Here are a couple of links to items we mentioned in this episode: · Guided Wrangell-St. Elias Hiking Trips · Kennecott Glacier Lake & River Rafting – 4 Hour Trip The best way to support our podcast is to become a member of our Patreon account. Follow this link to check it out. And don't forget to check out our new online merch store and www.dirtlander.com. Subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show. Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com. To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dartmoor is located in an upland area of southern Devon, England. Much of the area is protected by a National Park and it has the largest concentration of Bronze Age ruins in the United Kingdom. This land has been an inspiration to many writers. The landscape is full of standing stones, tombs, legends and spirits. Join us as we explore the history and hauntings of Dartmoor! The Moment in Oddity was suggested by Karen Miller and features the Longaberger Basket Building and This Month in History features Barney Flaherty becoming first newsie. Check out the website: http://historygoesbump.com Show notes can be found here: https://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2023/09/hgb-ep-504-legends-of-dartmoor.html Become an Executive Producer: http://patreon.com/historygoesbump Music used in this episode: Main Theme: Lurking in the Dark by Muse Music with Groove Studios (Moment in Oddity) Vanishing by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4578-vanishing License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license (This Month in History) In Your Arms by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3906-in-your-arms License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro Music: Happy Fun Punk by Muse Music with Groove Studios The following music was used for this media project licensed under CC BY 4.0: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license: Music: Mountains by Frank Schroeter Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/11567-mountains
In this month's national park news round-up, we're covering the disastrous effects of tropical storm Hilary at Death Valley National Park, a 200' crack that has appeared on a popular climbing route in Yosemite, and more. Sponsored by L.L.Bean - Visit llbean.com/guide for great how-tos and inspiring stories. and by: Solo Stove - Visit solostove.com and use the code PARKS20 for $20 off an order of $200 or more.
Today we welcome Dave and Ilyssa Kyu, the masterminds behind the books you've probably seen at your local outdoor shop - Campfire Stories! Volume II is out now and is full of amazing stories from parks around the country. Dave and Ilyssa speak to us about the inspiration behind the books and share some of their personal favorites! You can find Campfire Stories Volume I and II at your local bookstore, outdoor outfitter or online. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon or Apple Subscriptions to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Beam: Use our link and code NPAD for up to 40% off. Prose: Use our link for a free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your subscription, plus $20 off your first subscription order. Apostrophe: Use our link and code NPAD to get your first visit for only $5. Hello Fresh: Use our link and code 50npad for 50% off plus free 15% off the next 2 months.
In this weeks Travel Flashback Episode, if you've been curious about one of the spookiest cities in America, let this episode be your sign to take a trip to Savannah, GA. We absolutely loved this city and were blown away by how fun it is! You don't need a lot of time in this town to really see it all. It's rather small and very walkable, so if you're staying in Savannah proper, you don't even need a car. What you do need is your party hat, because open containers are not only allowed, but they are encouraged around Savannah! We went into several places where they asked if we needed drinks to go, or encouraged us to bring our open drinks in. It was amazing! We got into town midday on a Saturday and left on a Monday morning to head up to Charleston and we did a lot! We could have used another day to do more ghost tours and eat more delicious food, but two days was quite enough too if that's all you have. We did a night walking ghost tour around town the first night and loved it! It wasn't so spooky, and actually gave a lot more Savannah history than we were expecting. There is a ton in this city! As one of the only southern cities not to be burned in the civil war, there's a lot of beautiful architecture, war history, and American history in this town from the colonial and civil war eras. It's a very walkable city, and in fact, you WANT to walk it! There's so much to see! Walking around town is one of the best things to do in Savannah. There are many public squares, places to sit and relax, there's even the iconic park where Forrest Gump was filmed! Arguably one of the most iconic things to do in Savannah is the Wormsloe Historic Site and it did not disappoint! Pay the $10 fee to drive in and take all the pictures you can handle because these towering moss covered trees are as beautiful in person as they are in the pictures. We also ate a ton of great food in Savannah, can you say fried green tomatoes?! In this episode we cover where to eat in Savannah GA including a few places we didn't have the stomach space or time for, but would definitely do when we go again. This episode is your Savannah GA travel guide, but if you have any questions for your upcoming trip, do not hesitate to email or DM us on Instagram. This trip extended in Charleston, Congaree, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Asheville, NC so make sure to check out those episodes too if you want to do a week road trip exploring the US south too. Travel Itineraries on Sale Now! Explore our instant download trip itineraries for trips to iconic USA, international, and National Park destinations that plan every detail of the adventure for you. On sale for $30! travelsquadpodcast.com/travelitinerary Shop our favorite travel gear, packing lists, and gifts for travelers on our Amazon Shop https://www.amazon.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Connect with us on Social Media: YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram Jamal: @jamal_marrush Brittanie:@bucketlist_brittanie Kim: @lushdeez Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss: Being a guest on our podcast or having the squad on yours Ask a Question of the Week --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/travel-squad-podcast/support
Today we visit the Flight 93 National Memorial. We remember 9/11 and how 40 heroic individuals saved the lives of thousands onboard United Flight 93. Take care while listening. Learn more about the passengers of Flight 93 here We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon or Apple Subscriptions to gain access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch, and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Acorns: Use our link to download Acorns and start saving and investing for your future today. Zocdoc: Use our link to download the Zocdoc app for free. Embrace Pet Insurance: Use our link to sign up for pet insurance today! Miracle Made: Use our link and code NPAD to save over 40% and get 3 free towels. Resources: NPS, Millercenter, 9/11 Documentary, Book: Among the Heroes, United Flight 93 & the Passengers & Crew Who Fought Back. By Jere Longman.