Brandon Sopher and I met on the Pacific Crest Trail on the third day of my PCT thru hike attempt. In this episode, we go over a bunch of things we wish we had done differently on our thru hike attempts. Brandon's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandonsopher/ If you're really into Trail Tales, please consider supporting my content on Patreon (best way to support the show): https://www.patreon.com/kylehateshiking/ Check out my YouTube for the Pacific Crest Trail vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/c/KyleHatesHiking/ Like what you hear? Want to talk some smack? You can contact me on Instagram (@kylehateshiking), or send me an email: email@example.com Subscribe on iTunes, and listen on Spotify and Stitcher
This week Clint and Dawson sit down with Nick "Chezwick" Gagnon. Nick completed the 6800 Mile Great Western Loop in Less than 200 days becoming the fastest person to hike the enormous route. The Great Western Loop is a 6875-mile hiking route that passes through several states of the Western US and links together five established long distance hiking trails: the PCT, Pacific Northwest Trail, CDT, Grand Enchantment Trail and the Arizona Trail. Thanks for listening! Find all our episodes at dayfirepodcast.com This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
Fresh off the PCT, thru hiker Matt "Schmutz" Lyons sits down with Doc to talk trail. In addition to updating us on his documentary project, Schmutz covers a lot of ground, including the magic of oatmeal, Trash Crocs, creative recipes with Snickers bars, and what happens when your IT band isn't cooperating with your 2,650-mile hike from Canada to Mexico. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
In this episode we are joined by experienced Pacific Crest Trail hiker and Triple Crown hopeful - Mike McClure or "Just Mike" as he's known on trail. Just Mike was part of our 2022 Trail Team and in this Q&A we talk about a scary glissade, a winning and unexpected food pairing, his favorite town meal, and the perfect ending to his PCT journey (which he couldn't have planned better!). You can follow Just Mike's future adventures using the links below: Relevant Links: Just Mike's Instagram Join Our 2023 Trail Team! Connect With Us / Join The THRU-r Community: THRU-r Website THRU-r Instagram THRU-r Facebook THRU-r Youtube THRU-r TikTok Cheer's YouTube Cheer's Instagram Episode Music: "Communicator" by Reed Mathis --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thru-r/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thru-r/support
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are breaking out the champagne and bringing you a super juicy show in celebration of Backpacker Radio's 5 year anniversary. We catch up with six of your and our favorite guests over the past handful of years, we reminisce on our favorite memories of the podcast (including the time Chaunce almost got fired), and give you a bit of a behind-the-scenes of how the sausage is made. In typical Backpacker Radio fashion, this episode is an ultra-marathon. Sorry in advance. Gossamer Gear: Use code “BACKPACKERRADIO” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. Organifi: Use code “BACKPACKER” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Goodr: Use code “BACKPACKER” for free shipping on your first order at goodr.com/backpacker. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “TREKPOD10” for 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Torrid Jacket at enlightenedequipment.com. [divider] Time stamps & Questions 00:05:20 - QOTD: Are you willing to make a bet? 00:13:10 - Reminders: Badger sponsorship launches today! Buy our Stay Feral merch! 00:15:45 - Structure of this episode 00:21:30 - A random podcast memory 00:24:20 - Guest 1: Weezer 00:27:20 - Weezer's love interest update 00:30:20 - What's your advice for romance on trail? 00:35:34 - Guest 2: Professor 00:37:40 - What happened after we last spoke to you? 00:40:50 - Do you have any standout stories since we last spoke? 00:44:10 - What were your emotions when you finished the PCT? 00:46:15 - What's next for you? 00:51:38 - Are you still excited to do more trail things in the future? 00:54:55 - Guest 3: Nancy East 00:57:10 - Tell us about the Superior Hiking Trail! 01:01:10 - What was the town experience like? 01:02:33 - How is your book doing? 01:04:10 - What are your hiking plans for 2023? 01:04:55 - Tell us about the Centennial Trail. 01:08:29 - Guest 4: Kevin Conley 01:10:30 - What are you up to? 01:14:20 - Sing your song for us. 01:21:46 - What reception did you get from your interview? 01:25:15 - What else do you have planned for this year? 01:26:48 - Get Kevin's book. 01:29:41 - Guest 5: Matt “Pretzel” Mason 01:36:00 - Tell us about climbing the ranks in the fire world. 01:39:33 - Tell us about the snow sports you're doing. 01:43:30 - What is an avalanche pit? 01:44:33 - What's scarier: fire or snow? 01:45:35 - What's your advice to thru-hikers considering fires? 01:47:20 - Do you see anything in the thru-hiking world you think could be improved? 01:52:20 - What do you have planned for the future? 01:56:30 - Zach gives Pretzel an honor! 02:03:50 - Reminiscing about the start of the podcast begins 02:43:54 - 2019 reminiscing 02:55:11 - Guest 6: Elise “SOS” Ott 02:59:50 - 2021 reminiscing 03:19:20 - What are Elise's big plans for 2023? 03:24:00 - 2022 reminiscing 03:28:40 - Chatting with Rachel 03:38:17 - Chatting with Leah [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Austin Ford, Brad & Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Christopher Marshburn, Dayne, Greg McDaniel, Kristina Diaz, Matt Soukup, Mike Poisel, Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Sawyer Products, and Tracy “Trigger” Fawns. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Dcnerdlet, Jacob Northrup, Jeff LaFranier, Keith Dobie Jr, Liz Seger, and Peter.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are once again joined by Patricia Cameron. We catch up on all that she's been up to since our last interview, including a NOLS mountaineering leadership course in Alaska, a 2022 LASH on the PCT, and a hiker trash prom hosted by her organization, Blackpackers. Patricia also shares a distressing story of her being the victim of a hate crime during her PCT hike in Lone Pine, California, in which she caught the entire encounter on video. We play the audio from this incident, get Patricia's take on exactly what went down, some of her thoughts on the risk and reception of being a hiker of color through these rural towns, and despite this incident, why she has no plans to stop long-distance backpacking anytime soon. A warning to listeners that the audio from this video is triggering, but I do believe that it's important for everyone in the community to hear this and get a sense of the depressing reality that still persists for many of our fellow hikers. We wrap the show with a few reasons why a flip-flop thru-hike might be the way to go on the AT, a triple crown of non-dog pets, a superb listener poop story, and more. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “TREKPOD10” for 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Torrid Jacket at enlightenedequipment.com. Organifi: Use code “BACKPACKER” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Gossamer Gear: Use code “TAKELESSTREKMORE” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. [divider] Interview with Patricia Cameron Blackpacker's Website Patricia's Twitter Patricia's Instagram Blackpackers Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:06:50 - QOTD: Would you take 5 years off your life to talk back and forth with your dog for one hour? 00:11:45 - Reminders: subscribe to the Trek newsletter for news about the Badger Sponsorship 00:12:20 - Introducing Patricia 00:13:14 - What have you been up to since March of 2021? 00:14:54 - What does a person do on a glacier for 2 weeks? 00:18:41 - What inspired you to take the class and learn these winter skills? 00:20:03 - How does a day on a glacier compare to a day of backpacking? 00:22:02 - What skill were you most excited to learn? 00:24:35 - How did you transition from Alaska to Kennedy Meadows? 00:25:30 - Tell us about starting on the PCT 00:26:40 - Discussion about cold soaking and food planning 00:28:33 - What made the PCT harder than you were expecting? 00:33:27 - Tell us about hiking after injuring your leg. 00:35:11 - Did you consider getting off trail? 00:36:01 - Tell us about the incident that happened in Lone Pine. 00:40:25 - *Trigger warning: Audio clip starts* 00:41:22 - *Trigger warning: Audio clip ends* 00:42:30 - Were you scared at that moment? 00:42:45 - Were you more or less scared going back to trail after that? 00:45:38 - Tell us more about Nicole and Girls Fight Back 00:46:43 - Is there a part of you that feels vindicated by capturing the incident on video? 00:50:18 - What will it take for you to feel safe going to Lone Pine? 00:53:48 - What do you want the listener to take away from hearing this? 00:56:48 - How did the incident impact the rest of your hike, particularly in trail towns? 01:00:30 - Any parting messages related to this? 01:01:04 - Where did your LASH end? 01:03:30 - Discussion about Amtrak ride from Truckee to Denver 01:06:00 - Discussion about the Tahoe Rim Trail 01:08:20 - Would you recommend the TRT to others? 01:10:00 - Tell us about your Good Morning America interview 01:14:15 - Discussion about public speaking 01:15:40 - Tell us about Hiker Trash Prom 01:17:48 - What's coming up for Blackpackers in 2023? 01:20:00 - Thank you! SEGMENTS Trek Propaganda 6 Reasons a Flip-Flop Thru-Hike of the Appalachian Trail Is the Right Way To Go by Richard “Crossword” Guenther That's all, Folks. by MG Hibionada Triple Crown of non-dog pets Mail Bag 5 Star Review [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Austin Ford, Brad & Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Christopher Marshburn, Dayne, Greg McDaniel, Kristina Diaz, Matt Soukup, Mike Poisel, Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Sawyer Products, and Tracy “Trigger” Fawns. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Dcnerdlet, Jacob Northrup, Jeff LaFranier, Keith Dobie Jr, Liz Seger, and Peter.
Getting in the flow of journaling can be awkward at first, when you don't know how to use this tool to your advantage. In this episode, I tell you how journaling helped me overcome insecurity, feel more confident and finally take action to actually change my life... all this with just 15 minutes a day!
Film producer, storyteller, thru hiker, and bikepacker Dylan "Lucky" Harris drops into the studio on the eve of his documentary premiere in Denver. During his chat with Doc, Lucky covers a lot of ground, including his early years when he was desperate to care about something, how his dog encouraged him to pursue the outdoors, a 60-day sprint up the PCT, tales from the Sierra High Route, and the allure of telling stories with his camera. Oh, and there's plenty of discussion about Jeff Garmire. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
In this podcast for iTunes your hosts Stevesmi and Da Mobster discuss - How to keep gains and why do you lose gains? We get into: • Mobster tells you how to manipulate nutrition and gym work • What is Homeostasis? • How a good PCT will help • Why small gains are more keepable • And more keys to success Link to article: https://www.evolutionary.org/keeping-gains-from-each-steroid-cycle-ii/ Links to Evo threads: 1. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/logs-how-run-one-85114.html 2. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/training-tips-60709.html 3. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/anadrol-how-keep-gains-afterwards-10156.html 4. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/keeping-gains-lgd-4033-a-42347.html 5. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/possible-keep-tren-gains-68655.html For 1-on-1 coaching/consultation/source help requests hit up Stevesmi https://www.elitefitness.com/forum/members/stevesmi.html https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/members/stevesmi.html Where to get blood tests: https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/source-talk/bloodwork-private-md-5695.html Please note we're not doctors and the opinions are ours. It's our view and is based on our experience and views on the topic. Our Podcasts are for informational purposes and entertainment only. The Freedom of speech and 1st amendment applies.
“When on a long trail there is no finishing, I am just existing.” Welcome back to the Off Trail Podcast! Today we sit down with Masochist, also known as Matthew, to learn more about his deep dive into this life of adventure. We begin with a little backstory learning of his career in IT which began only 2 weeks out of high school. Flash forward to his 39th year around the sun and he was ready for a change. We chat the impetus for the change, a mixture of loved ones passing away, the support of a wonderful partner, and the appreciation for learning you just never know how much time you have. We chat the difficulties of balance when consumed with passion, a very irregular existence in general, and having more plans than available time. We chat travel fatigue, cravings of stability, and the treat of “nothingness.” We chat becoming antsy, campground conundrums, and volunteering with the Sierra Club. We discuss shorter distance trails losing some of their shine, surviving without zero days, and the feeling of just existing. It's less about mileage he says and more about just the time on a trail. We then jump into the Condor Trail. We learn of the bushwhacks, the lack of consideration for resupplies, and preparing oneself for the indignities of “actual trail.” We chat the why. We chat goal oriented mentality and going from point A to B. We then take a look into the PCT in 2020 and the flavor of the first long trail in the year that shall not be spoken. We chat normalcy in the abnormal, a “private tour” of the PCT, and exposure in town being minimal. We chat planning a long hike while actively finishing a long hike, aiming higher, and learning of the ECT's existence. We then chat all things Eastern Continental Trail. We chat homeless encampments, being told by a person it was “my bush,” and $300 for one of the worst hotel stays ever. We chat magic, consistency, and the meat grinder that is called pavement. We chat mentality around 5,000 miles, the Florida Keys, and how to avoid the scariest wildlife of all; aggressive dogs. We chat moose hunting, caribou mating, pit bulls, something called Meat Cove, a untouchable lighthouse, and a “snarl torpedo.” We then get into the heavy segment of emotions. We chat Matt's choice that was not a choice to get of his CDT hike earlier this year. We chat altitude cough turned into a serious case of COVID. We chat being bedridden, feverish, and physically depleted. We chat being used to being in pain but the threshold that exists between “push mentality” and when it becomes unsafe. We chat bargaining, acceptance, and planning for the future. We chat deeper questions of existence and doing everything one can to continue. Truly a wonderful chat with Matthew, thank you for sharing with us all your journey! FAVORITE QUOTES: “[Thru-hiking] gives you appreciation for how hard it is just to exist when you don't have a place to go home to.” “Long trails tend to be addicting to some of us…” “Even bedridden I was already making plans.” “I can push through anything, I can keep going.” To learn more about Masochist go to: YouTube: @FirstChurchofTheMasochistHikes Instagram: @mattonamtn To learn more about who we are click below: Website: www.ElevenSkys.com
Are you making big decisions from a place of risk aversion? You might be unconsciously limiting your success by trying to avoid failure or looking at what you have been capable of doing or not in the past. In this week's episode, I teach you how to make courageous decisions that are aligned with who you want to be, instead of what other people's opinions or expectations of you are.
Crying is a natural part of life and there is nothing wrong with having an emotional outpouring. It is cathartic and can help you begin to heal from the pain that has caused you a lifetime of sadness. Come with us on a journey every Friday in 2023 to feel better about the circumstances and challenges in your life. You have always been a winner and we want to help you sustain that feeling. Tune in every Friday. The WIN OVER DEPRESSION podcast episode will drop by 6pm PCT. Support the showhttps://www.winoverdepression.orghttps://www.patreon.com/tameratrotterhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tameras-podcast
Welcome solo and group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Evan Dumas, your co-hosts of Group Practice Tech. In our latest episode, we discuss the recent LastPass password manager data breach and what impacted users can do. We discuss the extent of the breach; options for LastPass users (changing all of your passwords, switching to a different service); being wary of phishing attacks after data breaches; security reminders; spotting social engineering attacks; creating strong passwords; changing default security settings; how to approach changing years' worth of passwords; our recommendations for password managers; whether BAAs are necessary with password managers; and contingency planning. Listen here: https://personcenteredtech.com/group/podcast/ For more, visit our website. Resources Change password strength requirement rules on Last Pass, to 310,000, how-to article [recommended for ALL Last Pass users] Article on the LastPass breach Security Awareness assignable staff training: HIPAA Security Topical Trainings Grab-Bag PCT'S HIPAA-Security Awareness Meme-Minders (free!) PCT's Group Practice Care Premium service with Group Practice Office Hours direct support and consultation service
I talk about why I'm going to stop thinking about frugality now, some interesting projects I'm planning on, and my new rules for my FU stash.https://tylerjdisney.com/blog/2023/1/11/january-monthly-postThe Nate Hagens podcast episode with Vicki Robin: https://www.thegreatsimplification.com/episode/21-vicki-robinCreative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com
Kyle O'Grady is a backpacker and content creator. He hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2018 and hiked most of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2022 before his hike was derailed by wildfires. He also runs a popular backpacking podcast and Youtube channel. In this conversation we talk a lot about his differing experiences on the AT and PCT, as well as his continuing journey into backpacking content creation. Find Kyle on Instagram @kylehateshiking, on youtube at Kyle Hates Hiking, and on podcast services on his Trail Tales podcast.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Mackenzie Fresquez. Today's interview focuses on neurodivergence in the outdoors, as Mackenzie has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. We get Mackenzie's experience with how this has interfaced with her long-distance backpacking trips- including a NOBO LASH on the PCT in 2021, what unique challenges someone with ADS faces in the context of a large on-trail community, and what advice she has to offer others with ADS who aspire to get into backpacking. We wrap the show with a packed array of segments, including some tips for UL backpacking with a baby, the triple crown of best drunks, a couple of very juicy stupidest things of the week, a new cinnamon court submission, and more! Enlightened Equipment: Use code “TREKPOD10” for 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Torrid Jacket at enlightenedequipment.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “TAKELESSTREKMORE” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. Casio: Shop at casio.com/us/watches. Organifi: Use code “BACKPACKER” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. [divider] Interview with Mackenzie Fresquez Mackenzie's Instagram Embrace Autism - Assessments Time stamps & Questions 00:04:26 - QOTD: How long are dog's memories? 00:11:32 - Reminders: Monthly Patreon Q&A episodes! Become a Patreon supporter! 00:14:44 - Introducing Mackenzie 00:15:19 - Tell us some nature trivia! 00:17:28 - Give us your backpacking resume. 00:19:33 - What made you want to start the PCT after leaving the CT? 00:20:20 - Introduce us to the topic of neurodivergence. 00:21:19 - Why do you think there is a lot of attention about neurodivergence content on social media right now? 00:22:10 - What is Autism Spectrum Disorder? 00:25:45 - What made you go from masking your symptoms to seeking a diagnosis? 00:28:00 - Discussion about insurance coverage for autism assessments 00:29:10 - What was the tipping point to answers and how has the diagnosis helped? 00:31:12 - Do you consider your diagnosis a benefit or hindrance for backpacking? 00:35:30 - What do you know now that you wish you'd known before starting your hikes? 00:36:36 - Discussion about social situations on trail 00:40:02 - DId your symptoms manifest in any additional ways? 00:41:36 - What separates general social anxiety from ASD? 00:42:15 - How did you prepare for the PCT? 00:44:56 - Will you prepare for future backpacking trips differently? 00:45:52 - Which backpacking routine is your favorite? 00:46:36 - Do you have a superpower? 00:47:40 - How was the response to your facebook posts? 00:51:00 - Discussion about self-diagnosis versus clinician diagnosis 00:52:33 - Why is being able to label something important? 00:53:55 - What was the negative bi-product of faking extraversion? 00:54:40 - What else do you recommend for someone considering their symptoms? 00:56:33 - Why are GI issues common in people with ASD? 00:58:22 - Discussion about “curing” autism 01:00:35 - Did you have a lot of social discomfort on the PCT? 01:02:05 - Thank you! SEGMENTS Stupid Thing of the Week Trek Propaganda Ultralight Backpacking With a Baby by Sunney Mahalak Mom Gross or Not Gross Cinnamon Court Triple Crown of best drunks Mail Bag 5 Star Review Listener Voicemail [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Austin Ford, Brad & Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Christopher Marshburn, Dayne, Greg McDaniel, Kristina Diaz, Matt Soukup, Mike Poisel, Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Sawyer Products, and Tracy “Trigger” Fawns. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Dcnerdlet, Jacob Northrup, Jeff LaFranier, Keith Dobie Jr, Liz Seger, and Peter.
In this episode, Courtney talks with Claire Dal Nogare, thru hiker and soon to be Alaskan pilot. They discuss the fear mongering that can spring up on trail, what it is like to use a thru hike as physical therapy and they answer the question: "How is hiking like commercial fishing?" About Claire: "More than anything else, I want the world to know that I live in Alaska. I am currently working on my pilot's license to truly become a full Alaskan. In 2019 I hiked the PCT and the AT in 2022. I have also biked across the country multiple times. Most of my professional life has been as a Park ranger and commercial fisherman. Outside of the States, I have lived in Antarctica, China, and did the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic." See her photo albums here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cfdalnogare/albums/72157635276244963 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/exparkranger/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/clairedalnogare Remember, I'd love to hear from you on any topic that comes up in the show or if you know someone that would be a great guest for the show. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoying the show? Leave us a review wherever you listen to the podcast. It really helps the show! You can also leave a voicemail for me on through the website. I may even share it on the show! Click here: https://www.hikingradionetwork.com/show/hiking-unfiltered/ You can join the Unfiltered community on Facebook to share your questions and show ideas. https://www.facebook.com/HikingUnfiltered You also find me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hikingunfiltered/ Check out the other shows on the Hiking Radio Network https://www.hikingradionetwork.com/ *Stuff I love!* Show the love with t-shirts and goodies from the Hiking Radio Network Trading Post https://hrntradingpost.com/ Get your Myaderm CBD pain relief products here: https://www.myaderm.com/ Use the code HIKING at checkout to get 20% off your first order! Start your own Riverside Podcast here: https://riverside.fm/?utm_campaign=cam
Setting Big Number Goals is my favorite way to challenge myself and grow. Whether the goal is a number of miles to hike, a number of pages to write or an amount of money you want to make, you'll get to discover what you are capable of and blow your mind. In this episode, I talk about what I learned from my last two adventures: thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail and making $100,000 in my business. I also tell you all about my next Big Number Goals and why you should set one too!
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Barney “Scout” Mann has been called “the dean of America's long-distance trails” and is one of the rare individuals to have conquered the Triple Crown of thru-hiking, successfully completing the 8,000 combined miles of the Appalachian, Pacific Crest, and Continental Divide Trails. Each spring for the past fifteen years he and his wife Sandy have hosted hikers starting out on the PCT (more than 7,000 to date) at their San Diego home, providing them with a final hot meal and a bit of encouragement before they begin their trek from Mexico to Canada. So, we sat down with Barney to chat about his deep connections to the PCT and the community it creates; "Journeys North," the memoir he wrote about his own 2007 thru-hike; the future of thru-hiking in America; and much more.TOPICS & TIMES:Trail names (2:02)Scout 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 (12:10)Career as a “kind” lawyer (16:05)Mastering the art of storytelling (19:28)"Journeys North" (20:30)His 2007 PCT thru-hike (24:13)Vulnerability on the trail (32:43) The endurance mindset (42:02)The future of the PCT & being a trail advocate (47:10) RELATED LINKS:Journeys NorthBarney's website Blister Summit 2023Become a Blister MemberBlister + Spot InsuranceCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTSCRAFTEDBlister PodcastGEAR:30Bikes & Big Ideas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
European Vs. US Thru Hiking, what's the same, what's different? “They are actually paid in cheese.” Welcome back to the Off Trail Podcast! Don't let the first line fool you, we talk much more in depth about the intricacies of hiking in Europe and the US… but of course we do spend the obligatory time touching on cheese. Welcome back Christine Thuermer! After our first chat with her, she had a wonderful idea as she has hiked so many miles both overseas and in the US, that it could be a wonderful informational source to unpack the concept of hiking. We begin by setting a baseline of the difference between US and European hiking. It comes down to “wilderness vs culture.” Of course while in the US you can experience many cultures while hiking, but the vast majority of your day is spent in the wild, hiking. In Europe the conduit of course is still hiking but the experience becomes drastically different. You walk through history, walk through towns, walk through almost daily food, lodging, and “front country” exposure. We chat the E1-E11 trail systems of Europe, we chat the Camino, we chat standards of US hiking such as the AT or PCT and how there is no “standard” of European hiking. We then dive into logistics. Crossing borders, language barriers, and the amazing power of Google translate. We discuss SIM cards, governmental management, politeness, and avoiding stepping on “cultural toes.” We then compare and contrast resupply strategies. How to carry food, when to carry food, and most importantly why you should not carry *alot* of food in Europe. We discuss cemeteries, water sources, and churches. Of course we ask about ramen, and get a wonderful answer. Next up, camping. We discuss the concept of most “free camping” in Europe being forbidden, but how this is more of a general guideline then iron rule. We chat hunters, dog walkers, and forestry personal. We chat easements, public roads, and trails. We chat asking for help, knocking on doors, and no trail angels. We chat budget, $1 wine bottles, sugar taxes, and the vast difference from country to country. We chat how there is a place and trail for every budget it is just about picking it. We chat 1 brewery for every 5,000 people, self service wine coolers, and food, food, and more food. We chat Waymarktrails.org a wealth of information for European hikers and what OSM maps or Open Street Maps are utilized for. We chat the concept of “hiking” is part of day to day life vs an exclusive trip. We chat credit card hiking (hint: not what you think it means) and how running out a trail in Europe is possible… but not the point. Experience the culture, experience the food, experience a trail and a hike European style! Thank you Christine for sharing the information with us! Favorite Quotes: “If caught more likely to be invited for breakfast than chased away.” “Don't think a lot of what goes into the ground water in cemeteries.” “The louder we speak the more Google will understand it.” “What makes it so special is the culture, take time to immerse yourself in that.” To learn about Christine go to: Instagram: @Christine_Thuermer To learn more about who we are click below: Website: www.ElevenSkys.com
In this episode we are gathered with the boys for one last time for 2022, this year has been great for everyone involved with the growth of Parked Car Talks! All of the gang appreciates every single one of our viewers and listeners and just want to say thank you for all of the love and support, without yall we wouldn't be where we're at right now! The boys in this pod talk about what our favorite moment of the year was and what we can do as a collective to get PCT where we all want it to be. Sit back, relax and enjoy this pod that features guest appearances from JG & Cam from Opinionated Media! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParkedCarTalks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parkedcartalks/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@parkedcartalks Follow Alex on Twitter: https://twitter.com/alxvle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alxvle/ Follow Zach on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thicgirlslayer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zacharytscott/ Follow CJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Thunder_Up35 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thunderup_35/ Follow Isaiah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zaydawg_16 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zaydawg_16
I refuse to accept that our best self can only exist when we are on vacation. So the question this week is : how can we be our best self every day of the week and still function in the world where bills need to get paid? Let's dig in.
Welcome solo and group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Evan Dumas, your co-hosts of Group Practice Tech. In our latest episode, we dig into Google's new email feature, client side encryption within Google Workspace. We discuss what client side encryption really is; who will have access to this new feature; whether it meets the application needs for mental health group practices; TLS, or transport layer security; what to have in place with clients before sending email; and email best practices to keep everything HIPAA hunky dory. Listen here: https://personcenteredtech.com/group/podcast/ For more, visit our website. Resources Google brings client-side encryption to Gmail for Workspace Google's "about client side encryption" Google's Transparency Report on Email Encryption in Transit PCT's Request for Non-Secure Communications Form (free!) PCT's free Service Selection Workbook for Group Practices PCT's Group Practice Care Premium service with Group Practice Office Hours direct support and consultation service CE training: Smooth and Secure Use of Phone, Text, Email, and Video to Meet Modern Clients Where They Are: Legal-Ethical and Real-World Considerations
Barrett Pall was young and not sure what he wanted to do with his life; when a friend suggested modeling. Unsure about moving in that trajectory, Barrett hesitated, only to be encouraged by his friends. As a young adult who wanted to help with his family finances, Barrett was told that modeling could help his family out of financial trouble so he pursued it. On top of trying to make money; Barrett was struggling with coming out and learning about his own queerness as he was immersed in the vicious world of modeling. Listen and learn how Barrett was able to pick himself up from an extremely low point in his life and career; and how he's able to rise above the narcissistic world of modeling to where he is today. Host Information: Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani Guest Information: Instagram: Barrett Pall's IG - @barrettpall Facebook: Barrett Pall's FB - @barrettpallfan YouTube: Barrett Pall's YT - @BarrettPall Guest Bio: Barrett Pall is a Life Coach, Activist, and Digital Creator, who reaches over 2.3 million people across his social platforms. Throughout his humanitarian work he has traveled to all 7 continents, which lead to him being profiled by the UN at the UNGA in 2019. In 2016 Pall hiked 800 miles on the PCT, and since then his mission is to fully lean into helping the world heal. Barrett welcomes you to join his Love Army where together our purpose is to empower, educate, and inspire as many humans as possible. I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at email@example.com I just might answer you questions on air. This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
December 29th of every year marks another anniversary of the Wound Knee Massacre of 1890 and the Occupation of Wounded Knee occurred from 02/27/1973 to 05/08/1973. The Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890 is the result of the United States (U.S.) 7th Calvary stopped Miniconjou and Lakota Ghost Dancers and community members from returning home to Pine Ridge in what is now known as South Dakota. The Would Knee Massacre took place near the Wounded Knee Creek during a time when the United States government essentially banned all Native American traditions and ceremonies. Shortly thereafter the initial encounter, a scuffle ensued which resulted in the U.S. 7th Calvary open firing and killing over 300 Indigenous women, children, and men. The Occupation of Wounded Knee from 02/27/1973 to 05/08/1973 is the outcome of over 200 members of the American Indian Movement and supporters occupying Wounded Knee (Lakota Nation) in response to a call to action from traditional Lakota residents whose civil, human, and treaty rights were constantly being violated by corrupt Indigenous and United States government officials. The Wound Knee Occupation resulted in a 67-day military standoff with U.S. government officials and quickly drew international and domestic support from people, organizations, and foreign governments throughout the world. Today's show on American Indian Airwaves is comprised of sound from two principal sources: The Pacifica Radio archives and the documentary A Tattoo on My Heart: The Warriors of Wounded Knee 1973. The Pacifica Radio Archives include original reports from Pacifica's-affiliate station, KPFA in Berkeley, CA which covered live the 1973 Wounded Knee occupation. In addition, sound from the documentary A Tattoo on My Heart: The Warriors of Wounded Knee 1973 includes reflective testimonies of the Wound Knee Indigenous activist such as Lenny Foster, Bill Means, Madonna Thunderhawk, and narrated by the late Floyd “Red Crow” Westerman, plus more. American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angeles, CA; FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, CA; FM 99.5 in China Lake, CA; FM 93.7 in North San Diego, CA; FM 99.1 KLBP in Long Beach, CA (Tuesdays 11am-12pm); and on the Internet at: www.kpfk.org. Archived programs can be heard on Soundcloud at: https://soundcloud.com/burntswamp American Indian Airwaves streams on over ten podcasting platforms such as Amazon Music, Apple Podcast, Audible, Backtracks.fm, Gaana, Google Podcast, Fyyd, iHeart Media, Player.fm, Podbay.fm, Podcast Republic, SoundCloud, Spotify, Stitcher, Tunein, YouTube, and more.
At the end of last year, I decided to go one week without social media. Here are 5 observations I've made and how we can all bring some of these lessons into our daily lives and enjoy the ride a bit more. Let's make 2023 shockingly simple!
In this episode of Opinionated Off-topic, PCT and Carlos & Cam, talk about the end of the year and how much things have changed since their mid year recap. They discuss goals for 2023, additional challenges that they dealt with this year, and some obstacles they were able to overcome. Kick back and relax, to enjoy this heartfelt conversation between the guys and how excited they are for 2023 to get the new year started. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/@OpinionatedM... Opinionated Media Website: https://www.opinionatedmedia.co/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7A6em4r... Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Watch on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU3a... Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/opinionated... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/opinionateddP?s=2... Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@opinionated_m Cam's Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cam_juice/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigbanggthierry Carlos' Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mojica22/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Klinixx_ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/opmedia/support
Welcome solo and group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Evan Dumas, your co-hosts of Group Practice Tech. In our latest episode, we chat with Eric Ström, JD PhD LMHC to give you a preview on what regulatory changes to expect in 2023 and how to confidently navigate your practice through them. We discuss shocking HHS guidance on remote communication technologies and BAAs; phone companies that offer BAAs; traditional phone services vs. VOIP services; enforcement policies; providing Good Faith Estimates to 3rd party payers; providing GFEs for all clients; proposed HIPAA privacy rule changes; new timeframes for releasing records; telehealth reimbursement and provider location; cross jurisdictional practice examples from Alaska and Maryland; requesting temporary permission to practice in another state; and how to do jurisdictional due diligence; and our upcoming training with Eric on 1/13/23. Listen here: https://personcenteredtech.com/group/podcast/ For more, visit our website. Resources PCT CE legal-ethical training (2 CE, live and recorded) for your 2023 practice primer: Regulatory Changes & Their Implications: What You Need to Know to be in Compliance for a Legal-Ethical Mental Health Practice HHS Guidance on How the HIPAA Rules Permit Covered Health Care Providers and Health Plans to Use Remote Communication Technologies for Audio-Only Telehealth PCT's free Service Selection Workbook for Group Practices The PCT Way System for optimizing and fortifying your mental health group practice Group Practice Care Premium with PCT's direct support and consultation service for mental health group practice owners, Group Practice Office Hours with the PCT consulting team and Eric Ström, JD PhD LMHC
Brandon Sopher and I met on the Pacific Crest Trail on the third day of my PCT thru hike attempt. We didn't know it at the time, but we would go on to experience some of the most fun, and most BRUTAL days of the trail together. If you're really into Trail Tales, please consider supporting my content on Patreon (best way to support the show): https://www.patreon.com/kylehateshiking/ Check out my YouTube for the Pacific Crest Trail vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/c/KyleHatesHiking/ Like what you hear? Want to talk some smack? You can contact me on Instagram (@kylehateshiking), or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe on iTunes, and listen on Spotify and Stitcher
Tommy Corey's eye for outdoor portrait photography landed him front and center in the hiking community during his 2018 PCT thru-hike when he began posting fashion-esque portraits of fellow thru-hikers under the project name “Hiker Trash Vogue.” The photo project captured the attention of major outdoor brands and was even featured in Outside Online. Tommy received high accolades for his work, but it was also pointed out that his subjects did not represent a range of diverse backgrounds in the outdoors. Tommy went to work studying and trying to understand better what “diversity” and “inclusion” meant in the outdoors and in 2022 found himself once again on a trail headed north along the Continental Divide Trail. It took him 800 miles of hiking to realize he was not doing what he set out to do by documenting diversity in the outdoors so he left the trail to pursue a new and comprehensive portrait project he calls “All Humans Outside.” The idea is to be able to open a book of 100 portraits and stories and see someone like yourself represented in the outdoors.This podcast episode is a conversation between myself and Tommy about his CDT realizations, his upcoming project, and what “diversity” and “inclusion” really mean in the outdoors. This is a topic I often find to be tough to nail down at times, not to mention for some, emotionally charged. Those terms along with ones like “community” are thrown around like candy these days and I find myself sincerely wondering where it all leads and how to approach it. Conversations like this one aren't meant to solve problems. They're meant to discuss them and gain perspective which is exactly what I personally achieved. Please enjoy this episode with Tommy Corey.Show NotesCatching up with Tommy after Hiker Trash VogueWhat happened on the CDT in 2022What Tommy was seeing and NOT seeing on the trailThe creative process on the trail The idea of thru-hikes as a PilgrimmageWhat the PCT meant to TommyTommy's new BIG projectUnderstanding what diversity and inclusion actually meanTommy's creative process What diversity and inclusion meansThoughts on what “community” isTakeaways from Tommy's interviewsTaking on such a big photo project Experiencing how others enjoy the outdoorsUnderstanding the “why” behind your actionsDetails on the release dates of the photo book How to follow the projectLinkstommycoreyphoto.comAll Humans Outside on InstagramPersonal InstagramBy Land LinksLEARN HOW TO BACKPACK: https://www.learnhowtobackpack.com/YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChSSISEgIfwYz2cc0aHQj3gJOIN A FACEBOOK GROUP: https://byland.co/facebook-groupsINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/emory_by_landLEAVE A TIP: https://byland.co/donate
If you can practice this one thing I outline in the episode, you will stop spinning in circles of confusion and frustration. Overcoming this obstacle will free up so much energy and allow you to reach your goals faster and have more fun on the journey.
In Episode 97, we continue our conversation with Kevin Conley about his book "Above The Ashes" which is a powerful memoir of his cross-country bike journey with dog Rocky. In part two of this podcast, Kevin talks about his trip, writing his book, fundraising for the Wildland Firefighters Foundation- and the incredible support that he received from family, friends, fellow firefighters, and many, many strangers on his ride. This journey helped Kevin overcome one of the darkest moments of his life and win his battle with mental illness. If you haven't heard Episode 96, which is part one of this podcast, I encourage you to go back and check it out - because we discuss Kevin's years leading up to the ride, his mental breakdown, and how he nearly took his own life. It will help you understand his inspiring journey and the many adventures he had on it - including magical experiences in the Apache Nation, his "celebrity" status on the route, and his dramatic 3500 mile finish in St. Augustine, Florida. Kevin is grateful to be alive and tonight and he'll tell you how this ride put him on a route to recovery and what's next in his life. Subject: Above The Ashes - Part Two Interviewees: Kevin "30 Pack" ConleyInterview Date: November 21, 2022Runtime: 1:22:18 Download Now: Above The Ashes - Part One (WMA format 43.0 MB); Above The Ashes - Part One (MP3 format (84.7 MB) Support Kevin . Visit Kevin's Website . Buy Kevin's Book . Follow Kevin on Instagram . Support the Wildland Firefighter's Foundation More Episodes w/ Kevin . Episode 13 (where we talked about his Appalachian Trail thru-hike recorded February 21, 2013) . Episode 19 & Episode 20 (where he recounts his Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike in a two part series, recorded January 2, 2014) . Episode 36 and Episode 37, (“30 at 30” where he catches us up on his life since the AT and PCT, a two-part series, recorded October 26, 2016)
Marketa Daley, her husband and their 3 toddlers thru hiked the Pacfic Crest Trail for 5 1/2 months in 2022. At the time of the hike the kids were age 5, 3 and 2. We talk the challenges and joys of hiking with kids, espcially thru hiking, trail angels, playing and being outside, parenting on the trail, Sierra Nevada mountains, hiking through snow, Oregons Long Trail, and more.Follow Marketa on Instagram @daleywalkwww.buffaloroamer.com
She's traversed the Pacific Crest Trail thru hike, hiking the Appalachian Trail is checked off her list, and now hiking the Continental Divide Trail marks her latest accomplishment. Maxine Presto honors us with her third appearance on the podcast to discuss her completion of the Triple Crown of hiking. After mastering each AT, CDT and PCT thru hike, Maxine shares her experiences and has some hiking tips for beginners, so tune in if: - You want to hear stories from her CDT thru hike - You're considering a short hike - Have questions about day hike essentials - Are curious about hiking gear - And to learn a critical question to ask yourself before your first ever thru hike Let's celebrate Retraction Podcast's 100th episode with everyone's favorite thru hiker – Short Stix! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Niki Choo. Niki, alongside her partner, recently completed an expedition across Canada from ocean to ocean (Pacific Ocean in Alaska to the Arctic circle) via canoe. We learn quite a bit about what goes into this style of adventure, as this is our first interview foray into extended paddle adventures, including the challenges of canoeing upstream, through waterways with limited and sometimes inaccurate intel, doing so in such remote country, and much more. Whether you're interested in paddle adventure sports or not, we think you'll get a kick out of Niki's insane stories from this adventure. We wrap the show with a preview of the 2023 Badger Sponsorship, a triple crown of hikes not on our bucket list, we have a couple of listener voicemails, including a Chaunce pat on the back for her improved comfort with poop talk, and more! RTIC Outdoors: Shop at rticoutdoors.com. Good To-Go: Use code “BF30” for 30% off at goodto-go.com. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “ULTRALIGHT10” for 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Torrid Jacket at enlightenedequipment.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “TAKELESSTREKMORE” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. [divider] Interview with Niki Choo Niki's Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:04:45 - QOTD: Do you feel like you're doing something incredibly naughty when you venture into the bakery section of the grocery store? 00:10:01 - Reminders: Badger Sponsorship launches on January 30, 2023 - subscribe to our newsletter! 00:11:12 - Introducing Niki 00:11:49 - How does someone get into whitewater kayaking at 14 years old? 00:13:38 - Tell us more about your background growing up. 00:15:50 - What makes Whistler such a special destination? 00:17:50 - Give us the basic plan of your trip and discussion about leaving Niki's dog behind. 00:22:17 - How did you move if you didn't ski? 00:23:42 - What were the weather windows and the mileage you did? 00:25:20 - Were you the first ones to do this trip? 00:27:48 - What was the inspiration for the trip? 00:30:25 - Did you have experience doing pioneering trips like this before? 00:31:42 - Discussion about the length of days in the Arctic and sleeping in the light 00:33:30 - Discussion about wildlife 00:36:00 - Tell us about your gear and canoe modifications. 00:39:38 - What would you do if your canoe breaks? 00:42:53 - How did you go about finding emergency contacts in small towns? 00:45:35 - What is the culture like where you were? 00:51:37 - Tell us about the upstream section and returning to Dawson. 00:56:16 - What were some of the high consequence moves you had to make? 01:05:46 - How do you portage a 1,000 pound boat? 01:07:45 - Discussion about muskeg 01:10:24 - How did you ultimately get out of that situation? 01:11:22 - What did the route look like from there forward? 01:12:40 - Discussion about upstream paddling 01:17:50 - What did your diet look like on this adventure? 01:20:37 - What were some of your treat-yourself meals? 01:22:30 - Did you send a lump of coal to the person who gave you bad beta? 01:23:56 - Tell us about the scariest night of the trip. 01:33:04 - How well did you sleep that night? 01:35:17 - What were the redeeming qualities of the trip? 01:38:54 - How did your relationship fare during the stressful parts of the trip? 01:41:40 - The proposal story! 01:44:55 - Tell us about your startup. 01:47:48 - Do you have any ambitions to bring it back sometime in the future? 01:49:28 - Tell us about pingos and the effects of climate change you saw on your trip. 01:51:07 - Discussion about human behavior and helping the environment 01:54:17 - Any parting words? SEGMENTS MG Check-In Stupid Thing of the Week Trek Propaganda 10 Reasons why the AT is Better than the PCT by Eloise Robbins Triple Crown of hikes NOT on our bucket list Listener Voicemails (and leave us your own!) Mail Bag 5 Star Reviews [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Matt Soukup, Jason Snailer, Greg Mac, Tracy “Trigger” Fawns, Mike Poisel, and Kristina Diaz. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Liz Seger, Cynthia Voth, Emily Brown, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven.
You want to try something new, like thru-hiking, writing a book or starting a business... but you're scared you might give up or people might think you suck. You think that would be the most embarrassing thing ever. So you don't take any risks, and you stay stuck in a life you're not excited about. Sounds familiar? It's time to overcome your fear of failure so you can have the life you want.
Josh "Long Story" Murphy sits down with Doc to share an amazing tale. From his early beginnings roaming the hills in Pennsylvania and then onto his unhealthy teen years that led to serious weight gain, Long Story describes the life events that took him to a 200+ pound weight loss, enlisting in the military, and then thru hiking the PCT. Tune in and hear a story that will have you shaking your head. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
This week, our guest, Samuel Crisp, is another of the Class of 2022 thru-hikers. His mature approach to the trail, his understanding and treatment of his injuries, and his intentional reflections, make for a fascinating conversation. Sam was lucky enough to summit Katahdin with his mother; indeed, he summoned up that image to keep him motivated on the trail when the going got tough. To see more of Sam, you can watch his hike through his vlog at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZuwzNRxP0Q&t=3s Our latest member of the Mighty Blue Class of 2023 is Mark Carpenter, a retired firefighter, whose real concern is facing the prospect of extended separation from his wife. For many, missing family is a real test, yet it is one of many aspects of a thru-hike that we all have to face out there. I got a message from one of our guests from the past; Stephanie "Sunshine" Lorenze. She hopes that the Mighty Blue family can help her YouTube channel move up a level by subscribing to it. She did the PCT in 2022, so subscribe if you'd like to watch her stories. https://www.youtube.com/@sunshineshikingandadventur9932/featured While I can't promise it will be ready when you read these notes, our "merch" store is projected to be open this week. You should be able to find it at https://hrntradingpost.com/. I hope you find something there that you like! If you'd like to find out more about "Then The Hail Came," check out George's website at https://georgesteffanos.webador.com/. You can also find George's book on Amazon at this link. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09QFG4ZR6. If you like what we're doing on the Hiking Radio Network, and want to see our shows continue, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. You'll find the donate button on each Hiking Radio Network page at https://www.hikingradionetwork.com. If you prefer NOT to use PayPal, you can now support us via check by mailing it to Mighty Blue Publishing, PO Box 6161, Sun City Center, FL 35751. Any support is gratefully received. If you'd like to take advantage of my book offer (all three of my printed hiking books–with a personal message and signed by me–for $31, including postage to the United States) send a check payable to Mighty Blue Publishing at the address just above.
In this episode, Martin welcomes John Perry to discuss his incredible new FKT on the PCT.From the Trek:Josh Perry, a 27-year-old British endurance hiker, completed the Pacific Crest Trail on August 7th in just 55 days, 16 hours, and 54 minutes, breaking the self-supported speed record on the PCT previously set by Heather “Anish” Anderson in 2013. Josh Perry Sets New PCT FKT, Beating Heather Anderson's Longstanding Record - The TrekFollow Josh on Instagram: Josh Perry (@_joshuaperry) • Instagram photos and videosAbout Martin Armitage:Martin Armitage is the author of "Switching Gears: Rediscovering the Meaning of Life, Love, and Happiness while Backpacking the Vermont Long Trail". He also hosts the "Papa Bear Hikes Podcast" which is a podcast for outdoor and nature enthusiasts. The Papa bear Hikes Podcast has exceeded 250,000 downloads and over 1,000 reviews on iTunes with a 5 star rating, in addition to receiving the Whitney A. Young Award presented by Buzzsprout. Martin is currently working on his next book in addition to hiking trails such as the Tahoe Rim Trail and providing public education to outdoors enthusiasts from all walks of life. Connect with Martin Armitage: Read “Switching Gears” by Martin Armitage on AMAZON: https://a.co/d/9OFB6CCVisit The Papa Bear Hikes PODCAST: https://papabearhikes.buzzsprout.com/ Visit the Papa Bear Hikes and Martin Outside BLOG: https://www.papabearhikes.com/ Follow Martin Armitage on TWITTER:https://t.co/QiuRh9avSt Follow Martin Armitage on INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/papabearhikes01/ Follow Martin Armitage on FACEBOOK:https://tinyurl.com/5xv7zevk Follow Martin Armitage on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ Follow Martin Armitage on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@martinoutside/All Automotive with Matt Clawson Informative automotive related topics. My advice from 30 years of being in the business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyGet outside, have fun and be safe!Martin Armitage, Host of the Papa Bear Hikes Podcasthttps://www.papabearhikes.com/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/papa-bear-hikes/id1541491746https://www.instagram.com/papabearhikes01/
In this episode of Opinionated Off-Topic , Cam & Carlos sit down with two of Parked Car Talks very own, Alex Le & Isaiah (Zay) Castro. Not only are they two very good friends of theirs, but they are an essential part of Opinionated Media as co-hosts, editors, & content creators for OPM's Parked Car Talks. They bring creativity, wisdom, & lots of laugh to the table. They've come a long way & to be honest, they are only getting started. Tune in to hear about where they came from, what inspired them to get into content, & how they hope PCT will continue to soar. If you guys liked this video, be sure to Like, Comment, and Subscribe. Parked Car Talks Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParkedCarTalks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parkedcarta... Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@parkedcartalks Alex Twitter: https://twitter.com/alxvle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alxvle/ Zay Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zaydawg_16 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zaydawg_16 Opinionated Media Website: https://www.opinionatedmedia.co/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7A6em4rhbVZke6IQowPvWr?si=kh2MopDbQDOVeKSXegGyAg Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/opinionated-media/id1494633104 Watch on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU3aJC6U_yc91vXLAel2kLw Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/opinionated_media/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/opinionateddP Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@opinionated_media?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc Cam's Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cam_juice/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigbanggthierry Carlos' Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mojica22/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Klinixx_ Editor's Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/togaamedia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOGAAMedia Personal: https://www.instagram.com/thatoneguybert #content #creatives #photography #editors #friends #parkedcartalks #opinionatedmedia
Emory Wanger is a PCT thru-hike and death hike veteran. He's logged tons of miles and as such- has gained tons of experience that he's going to share with us today. This includes things like: -Fueling for multiple 30-mile days on the PCT. -How he increased mileage without increasing risk of injury. -What building mental resiliency on the trail has taught him on other trips…and in life. Emory's Website. Emory's Podcast. Better Backpacking Course We're opening enrollment for coaching in 2023 now. If you're interested, you can check out more details and sign up here! Is there a topic YOU want to hear about? Tell us here! Grab your copy of the Dehydrating Guide! Check out a host of free resources to help you get clarity on nutrition. Join our Facebook group! Valley to Peak Facebook Group Opt in for the latest V2P News (and a freebie!)
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by our long lost former intern turned Production Assistant who ABANDONED the podcast to go for a silly little hike, called thru-hiking the CDT, Elise "SOS" Ott alongside her fiancé, Josh "Kid" Gribble. This is a Sunday morning interview, which of course means mimosas are involved, setting the mood perfectly to learn all about Elise and Josh's adventures on the CDT. We chat in depth about their epic proposal (spoiler alert), the highs and lows of their trek, we get a thorough primer of fly fishing, especially in the context of backpacking, and much more. It goes without saying, but this is a fun conversation amongst pals and if you disagree you are wrong. We wrap the show with a triple crown of spices, our top food buzzwords, and some details of the Holiday Hiker Meetup Extravaganza that we're hosting on December 10th in Golden (head to our Instagram to get the full deets). RTIC Outdoors: Shop at rticoutdoors.com. Organifi: Use code “backpacker” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “trekit20” for a 2 day head start to 20% off and free shipping on November 3 and November 17 at enlightenedequipment.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “takelesstrekmore” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. [divider] Interview with Elise & Josh Elise's Instagram Elise's Youtube Josh's Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:05:24 - QOTD: What are your food buzzwords? 00:14:28 - Reminders: Hiker Meetup, Saturday December 10! 00:15:34 - More Reminders: Badger Sponsorship launching in January - sign up for The Trek's newsletter! 00:16:20 - Introducing Elise & Josh 00:17:08 - The engagement story 00:19:00 - The engagement story actually starts 00:31:16 - How did Josh get the ring size? 00:33:02 - Discussion about trail runners 00:35:22 - Who's taking whose last name? 00:37:20 - What is Zach's wedding advice? 00:40:14 - What are your honeymoon ideas? 00:43:37 - Elise's trail resume & BPR resume 00:46:41 - Josh's trail resume 00:47:35 - Josh's trail name story 00:51:44 - Tell us about fly-fishing on the CDT. 00:55:28 - What are the appropriate questions to ask people who fish? 00:58:27 - Tell us about the rod you used. 00:59:21 - Tell us about backcountry fishing gear. 01:02:09 - What's the difference between fly fishing and regular fishing? 01:07:50 - Floating versus sinking bait 01:10:01 - What's the appeal of fishing? 01:13:25 - Are there certain fish that are notorious? 01:15:44 - Do you have any universal backcountry fishing truths? 01:16:44 - Tell us about bait and flies. 01:21:40 - How do you gut and cook a fish in the backcountry? 01:28:03 - Do different types of trout taste different? 01:30:12 - Tell us about the fires in New Mexico. 01:44:42 - Tell us about the National Forest fire closure and getting to Colorado. 01:47:50 - Tell us about hiking through the snow in the San Juans. 01:55:12 - Did you ever consider skipping the snow section? 01:57:02 - Did you seriously consider quitting the trail? 01:58:33 - Discussion about cow/grizzly closure in Glacier 01:59:20 - Quadzilla's quads 02:00:46 - Discussion about grizzlies on the CDT 02:07:43 - What thoughts about gear did you take away from the trail? 02:14:19 - How does the CDT compare to the PCT and AT? 02:15:49 - Josh, what are the best and worst things about hiking with Elise? 02:17:45 - Elise, what are the best and worst things about hiking with Josh? 02:19:30 - Can you give us some impromptu trail related vows? 02:20:49 - How did your pre-trail anxieties live up to your expectations? SEGMENTS Triple Crown of spices 5 Star Reviews [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Matt Soukup, Jason Snailer, Greg Mac, Tracy “Trigger” Fawns, Mike Poisel, and Kristina Diaz. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Liz Seger, Cynthia Voth, Emily Brown, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Kevin Conley. Kevin is a thru-hiker, wildland firefighter, and the author of Above the Ashes, a memoir about battling mental illness during a 3,500 mile bike ride from California to Florida with his dog. Kevin shares the history of his troubled upbringing- and how this eventually lead to his discovering the Appalachian Trail, and consequently his infatuation with thru-hiking. Kevin goes in-depth about the life of a wildland firefighter, how his crippling panic attacks nearly lead to his demise, and his spirit of giving back and bettering the community around him. This is a really deep, honest, and at times dark conversation- and we'd like to offer a trigger warning to listeners that the following interview touches on talks of suicide. We wrap the show with a chat about whether rain pants are necessary for backpacking, the triple crown of fast food breakfasts, if weekend warriors are allowed to use limited AT campsites, an update from MG, and more. RTIC Outdoors: Shop at rticoutdoors.com. Organifi: Use code “backpacker” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “trekit20” for a 2 day head start to 20% off and free shipping on November 3 and November 17 at enlightenedequipment.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “takelesstrekmore” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. [divider] Interview with Kevin Conley Kevin's Website Kevin's Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:05:18 - QOTD: Would you rather live in the Avatar, Jurassic Park, or Avengers universes? 00:07:20 - Reminders: Hiker Meetup, Saturday December 10! 00:07:53 - Introducing Kevin 00:09:09 - Tell us about your origin story and first thru-hike. 00:14:58 - What about wilderness therapy didn't work for you? 00:17:56 - How did you go from that experience to the AT? 00:19:27 - What sort of trouble did you get into as a kid? 00:20:30 - Discussion about high school background 00:22:46 - Walk us through the early days of starting on the AT. 00:25:10 - Tell us your trail name origin story. 00:27:15 - When did you feel like you hit your groove on the AT? 00:28:17 - Did you ever think you may not finish the trail? 00:28:55 - Tell us about getting bit by a black widow. 00:30:40 - Tell us about fracturing your foot twice. 00:32:08 - Tell us about getting and treating Lyme disease. 00:37:05 - At what point during the hike did you know you would hike another trail? 00:41:34 - Do you feel like the hike helped you process your grandfather's death? 00:44:37 - Tell us about starting the PCT. 00:46:32 - Do you feel like you processed your grandmother's death better due to spending more quality time with her? 00:48:08 - How was the PCT experience different from the AT? 00:50:05 - Tell us your PCT love story. 00:51:25 - Why didn't your relationship continue? 00:53:54 - Discussion about Burgers and Love 00:55:10 - Were the burgers the start of your charitable endeavors? 00:57:17 - How much money have you raised on your hikes and bike tours? 00:58:18 - Give us more of the background on Backcountry Ninjas. 01:02:07 - Talk us through the evolution of your relationships with your parents. 01:03:53 - Tell us about hiking the John Muir Trail four times. 01:05:52 - How did you meet Hawaii? 01:07:01 - Tell us about how you got started bike touring. 01:10:42 - If you had to pick bike touring or hiking from now on, which would you pick? 01:12:28 - Why did you bike south from Canada? 01:13:12 - How did you get into firefighting? 01:16:17 - What do you have to do to get the job or during training? 01:18:20 - Do a lot of people back out once they get onto a Hotshot crew? 01:20:09 - How does the toughest day of firefighting compare to the toughest day of thru-hiking? 01:22:09 - What other days have stood out to you from firefighting? 01:27:07 - How do you go back to doing your job after a near death experience? 01:29:05 - Did you follow a specific training program or did you have to pass a test to join? 01:31:57 - Zach & Chaunce kill time 01:33:39 - What firefighting tasks did you favor? 01:39:51 - Can you say “I'm a Hotshot burn boss taking care of a dinner plate”? 01:41:10 - Tell us about the mental illness you were dealing with before your bike trip. 01:47:00 - *Begin trigger warning* 01:54:30 - *End trigger warning* 01:55:30 - Story about the man in the well 01:56:30 - Discussion about the bike trip. 01:59:57 - Was there a trigger to the panic attacks? 02:04:10 - What do you see as your path out of the panic attacks? 02:08:54 - Bison facts and gratitude 02:13:33 - Can you speak to changes you've seen in firefighters talking about mental health? 02:16:00 - *Begin trigger warning* 02:20:19 - *End trigger warning* 02:20:19 - Did you ever tell your dad about hearing his voice? 02:22:07 - Tell us about the book, Above the Ashes. 02:24:42 - Any other parting messages you want to share? SEGMENTS MG Check-In Trek Propaganda Do You Really Need Rain Pants for Backpacking? by Rachel Shoemaker I've Thru-Hiked Over 8,700 Miles. This Is the Gear I Brought on My 99-Day CDT Thru-Hike by Joseph Gonzalez Triple Crown of fast food breakfasts Backcountry Meal Critics: Heather's Choice Mail Bag 5 Star Review [divider] Check out our sound guy @headnodculture. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Matt Soukup, Jason Snailer, Greg Mac, Tracy “Trigger” Fawns, Mike Poisel, and Kristina Diaz. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Liz Seger, Cynthia Voth, Emily Brown, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Nick Van Buer. Nick is an associate professor specializing in hard-rock geology at Cal Poly Pomona and recently completed a 530-mile hike across the Mojave Desert on what he's dubbed as the Mojave Wilderness Route. We obviously nerd out on rocks, learn more about the history and science of geology at large, and talk in depth about Nick's trek across the most remote parts of the Mojave Desert. We wrap the show with a triple crown of non alcoholic drinks, we are blessed with a wonderful listener poop story via voice mail, and discuss the appropriate time to start and stop sending nudes. RTIC Outdoors: Shop at rticoutdoors.com. Organifi: Use code “backpacker” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “trekit20” for a 2 day head start to 20% off and free shipping on November 3 and November 17 at enlightenedequipment.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “takelesstrekmore” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. [divider] Interview with Nick Van Buer Nick's Website: Across the Mojave Nick's Youtube series LA Times Article about Nick Time stamps & Questions 00:05:05 - QOTD: At what point in a relationship do you start and stop sending nudes? 00:15:49 - Reminders: Apply to blog or video-blog for the Trek! And check out our new shorts. 00:17:37 - Introducing Nick 00:18:45 - What got you interested in geology? 00:20:51 - Give us a taste of the professor life. 00:23:14 - How do you grind up a rock and find out how old it is? 00:25:38 - Do your students want to take geology? 00:27:20 - What are the most common geology careers? 00:28:37 - Did you use your geology skills during your hike? 00:29:37 - What are the best excuses you've gotten for people not coming to class or turning work in late? 00:31:20 - Can you teach us the basics of your research focus? 00:35:07 - Given your knowledge, on a scale of 1 to 10, what is your earthquake fear level? 00:38:33 - What was the process to get your sabbatical approved? 00:40:00 - Can you paint us a picture of the history of the Mojave Desert? 00:41:42 - Did you have a wishlist of things you were hoping to find during your hike? 00:43:41 - Did you develop the route? 00:45:44 - How long were your water carries and how did you carry it? 00:47:52 - Tell us about the weather you experienced. 00:48:38 - How did you know you'd be able to find water? 00:50:55 - Tell us about hiking through wilderness areas or passing notable interest points? 00:52:39 - Tell us about your previous backpacking experience. 00:55:07 - Were you nervous going into this hike? 00:56:33 - What kind of wildlife did you see? 00:57:35 - Describe to Zach what a geological map looks like. 01:00:40 - Is there one standout rock encounter? 01:03:15 - How often are there large paradigm shifts in geology? 01:04:57 - Was there anything in this hike that surprised you? 01:08:29 - Do you have any hot takes about currently accepted geological ideas? 01:10:39 - What's the process for proving your theory? 01:13:22 - Tell us about the peer review process. 01:14:43 - Have you witnessed a lot of politicking within geology? 01:15:40 - Are there any fun geological facts you can relay to PCT hikers? 01:16:43 - How do you decide to take rocks from the field? 01:20:00 - What part of you just loves the desert, and what part of this is just public service? 01:20:56 - Tell us about swimming across the Colorado River. 01:25:50 - Tell us about the Youtube series that you made. 01:27:39 - Were there any standout stories you got more feedback on? 01:30:20 - How much weight in samples did you take? 01:31:54 - If these people were rocks, what rocks would they be and why? 01:35:01 - Do you have any other backpacking routes you'd like to do? SEGMENTS MG Check-In Trek Propaganda Modifying your Gear List for High Routes and Off Trail Hikes by GPS 9 AT Thru-Hikers Share Their Top Advice by Rachel Shoemaker Triple Crown of non-alcoholic drinks Listener Voicemails (leave us your own!) Mail Bag 5 Star Review [divider] Check out our sound guy @headnodculture. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Matt Soukup, Jason Snailer, Greg Mac, Tracy “Trigger” Fawns, Mike Poisel, and Kristina Diaz. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Liz Seger, Cynthia Voth, Emily Brown, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven.