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Singletrack
2022 Western States 100 Preview | Analysis, Storylines, Predictions

Singletrack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 79:40


Frequent co-host Brett Hornig returns to the podcast to go wicked in-depth into everything about this race. We analyze the course, talk about what it's going to take to be successful, note some of the interesting storylines around the event, and yes, make our predictions for the female and male top 10 finishers this year.Timestamps:(1:53) - catching up with Brett after his weekend at the Broken Arrow Skyrace series(4:59) - whether Western States coverage is too saturated this year(8:21) - setting up the content for the episode, apologies for content cut(9:18) - hydration strategies at Western States(12:29) - top storylines(23:05) - women's field top 10 predictions(41:54) - men's field top 10 predictions(72:53) - influence of carbon-plated shoes in this race Links:Get coached by Brett at Trails and TarmacFollow Brett on InstagramThis episode is sponsored by Soar Running. Use code Singletrack20 at checkout to get 20% off your next order.Additional Episodes You May Enjoy:#72 - Long Run Archives #4 | Cocodona 250, Mammoth Trail Fest, Super Shoe Influences, Strava Finds#63 - Long Run Archives #3 | Betting In Ultrarunning, Next Great Trail Running Towns, Golden Ticket Series Ideas#53 - Long Run Archives #2 | Ultrarunning Analytics, Elite DNF Debate, 3:47 Downhill Mile, Magda What If#43 - Long Run Archives #1 | Jim Walmsley What Ifs, Black Canyon 100K Preview, Full-Time UltrarunningSupport the show

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini
RFP Podcast Episode #257 – Ultra Dad Session #65: We are not imposters

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 21:04


Growing up, and maybe even at times today, we all want to belong; be a part of something. We all want to love, be loved, and be accepted. When we get it, do you ever feel like we've earned it? We work to get somewhere and be someone and when it comes to fruition, is it questioned? Ego can be powerful, so can doubt. A great nugget from Stephen Lau in The Wisdom of Letting Go: “An inflated ego does not solve your life problems it only increases them with more attachments. Emotion's dependence on things, people and thoughts that make you reluctant to let go” The Wisdom of Letting Go by Stephen Lau Today we dig into these topics and some thoughts on how to keep moving forward, even when these feelings surface. The RFP Ultra Dad's Podcast is sponsored by Time on the Trails – delivering you a customized experience out on the trails in Arizona and beyond. Please visit us at www.tottaz.com and on social media via IG, FB, TW & LI. Keep an eye on the Ultra Dad's Instagram account @ #ultra_dads. You can view the live recording of today's episode on our YouTube Channel Here! How'd we get here? The Ultra Dad's Podcast came from an idea Cindy Shane created. Well, she planted the idea in our head after listening to the first time Bryan was on the RFP Podcast in May 2020. There have many times over the years when we speak on the phone or in person the “we should be recording this” line comes out. Well, here we are jumping in with both feet, like we tend to do, sharing with you our perspectives on life. Let's be candid – we are not perfect, and we fail often. Our favorite term to use is “it's not ideal” and there have been countless times we've uttered, “a plan is great until you are punched in the face;” – but we do laugh a lot, at ourselves and/or each other mostly

Lightning Strikes Thrice
Episode 97: Xenosaga Episode III - Michtam Surface

Lightning Strikes Thrice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 89:52


We hope you like mech battles! Because that is what we are serving today. Note that there are spoilers for the Trails series (skip to 59:17 when you hear the chime) and the end of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (1:13:35 for skip). Support Us On Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/pitchdrop) to hear Chris and Ryan's FF14 podcast and the Boku No Stop Premium anime podcast! Visit Hellscaper (http://hellscaper.com/) to find out what Sibyl does with her life. Check out Matt and Sibyl discussing anime on Boku No Stop! (https://www.bokunostop.com/) Listen to Ryan's band at Cannon & DeVaron (https://cannondevaron.bandcamp.com/releases) and their solo work as Catastrophizer (https://soundcloud.com/catastrophizer).

YogiTriathlete Podcast
Bill Shufelt CEO of Athletic Brewing On Making Moderation Cool Without Compromise

YogiTriathlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:58


Bill Shufelt is co-founder and CEO of Athletic Brewing. The first US-based beverage company focused on brewing high-quality, great-tasting non-alcoholic craft beer. Named by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 most influential companies, Athletic Brewing was born from a dissatisfaction with the metallic tasting, watered-down non-alcoholic options on the market. Athletic Brewing is a haven for the ever-growing sober curious trend we see, especially amongst those who hold active lifestyles and feel good as a priority in life. With limited edition brews like Sunset Stoke, Idaho 7 Cashmere, Soul Sour, and Nature Nut, it is clear that the creative juices are flowing, and to my best guess, the stream of well-being is behind it all. Bill and his crew at Athletic Brewing are on a mission to positively impact their customer's health, fitness, and happiness while impacting their communities and environment for the better. As someone who loves a tasty IPA but not so much the numb cheeks, and dull mind that goes along with it, I knew when I took my first sip last year at IM 70.3 St. George that I had to find out who was behind this brew and that we had to invite them onto the podcast. We hope you enjoy this episode. Bill's story is incredibly inspiring for those craving something more meaningful in life! In this episode, we discuss. - hops, malt, and the moment - the first beer feels good, not the 8th beer - leaving a job that no one had ever left before - left alcohol to fuel an endurance lifestyle - penalty box existence  - delusional optimism and confidence - overcoming major walls and obstacle  - what it takes to be grassroots in the marketing and branding - reflecting on the grind fondly - 1000 true fans - importance of giving back & employee ownership - Journey to 100 film - daily meditation practice - goal setting and gratitude - Two for the Trails program - "community first" mentality - Athletic Brewing Ambassador Team Namaste- Jess

Odd Trails
Episode 29: The Haunted Farmhouse (feat. Shelby Scott)

Odd Trails

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 55:43


 Stories in this episode: - Having a Drink with a Dead Man, by Leti (1:01) - David's Shadow, by Rachel (6:02) - My Abduction Story, by emodrakefan (15:55) - 200 Year Old Haunted Harmhouse, by ctenc001 (23:36) - The Red Light, by Tanu (30:57) - My Stories, by Ashley (37:26) Be sure to check out Shelby Scott's podcast at scareyoutosleep.com or search for Scare You To Sleep wherever you get your podcasts.  Don't forget to come hang out and listen to some live storytelling at the Midsummer Scream Halloween and Horror Convention on July 30th at the Long Beach Convention Center. We'll be performing along with a line up of some other great podcasters. Tickets at midsummerscream.org.  To support the show and get access to ad-free episodes of Odd Trails at a crystal clear 320kbps, as well as a host of bonus content in the coming weeks, head over to patreon.com/oddtrails to sign up today! All of the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. To submit your story to the show, send it to stories@oddtrails.com. Check out the other Cryptic County podcasts like Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast and the Old Time Radiocast at CrypticCountyPodcasts.com or wherever you get your podcasts! Go to magicspoon.com/TRAILS to grab a custom bundle of cereal and get five dollars off! This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/trails. Go to hellofresh.com/trails16 and use code "trails16" for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Timestamps are approximate and may not be accurate after 90 days due to possible changes in advertising. - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1n7wNZGJJ3Oc31O4TYx4x3 - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1598762965 - Instagram: @oddtrailspodcast - Twitter: @OddTrails

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Nation's mountain biking trails "significantly undergraded"

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 26:46


A mountain biking expert who grades trails for city councils is warning that many of the country's tracks are undergraded, meaning they're actually harder than the signs suggest. Simon Noble has graded tracks for Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Nelson and Tasman Councils and says about half the tracks he's analysed were a grade out, and some needed to change two grades. He says undergraded trails risk causing injury if riders aren't experienced enough, and once a network is regraded, it often reveals the majority of tracks are advanced and expert level, with fewer easy and intermediate trails. Part of the issue is there is no single system being used; three different grading systems are in use across New Zealand, leading to a lack of consistency of signage. Kathryn speaks to Simon Noble recreation and tourism consultant, and Brendan Hills, chair of the Nelson Mountain Bike Club.

RPG Bookclub
Bookclub no Kiseki - Sky The 3rd - Part 5 - Dark Stigma

RPG Bookclub

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 51:22


This episode was originally Ko-Fi exclusive. If you'd like to get these episodes when they come out, please consider donating on www.rpgbook.club. This episode covers the Fourth Chapter of the 3rd game, Trails in the Sky The 3rd! --------------------------------------------------------------------- discord.gg/hPHQCrs Music for Bookclub no Kiseki comes from The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SC by Falcom jdk. Copyright © Nihon Falcom Corporation

Chase the Summit
EP30 - I'm Traveling! Western States 100 Trip, Vermont 100 Planning, Apple Watch OS9 Struggles, and New Bips!

Chase the Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 29:56


CTS x PATH Collab Shirt! https://pathprojects.com/chasethesummitGet 30% off of Liquid IV! https://glnk.io/75r0/chasethesummitUse Code: "CHASETHESUMMIT" at checkout!CTS Merch Store: https://store.chasethesummit.com/Join the Conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/9QR3R2FuSuJoin the Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1625366894492716**Follow Me!**YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chasethesummit/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chasethesummit/Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/17359116Website: https://www.chasethesummit.comPodcast: https://click.chasethesummit.com/podcast**Want to send me something?**Chase the Summit 1751 Main Street # 843 Tewksbury, MA, 01876Links:Apple WatchOS 9 Video: https://youtu.be/KMjJLTi75bYChesterfield Gorge Ultra Video: https://youtu.be/Jx82wngY1-cForerunner 955 Video: https://youtu.be/gsd0KskCDfAForerunner 255 Video: https://youtu.be/L7VM1GcXmxcSupport the show

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/17/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 2:45


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Motivate to Move
I wish I had pushed the limits more - With Andrew Jefferies #85

Motivate to Move

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:46


Tonight our special guest is Andrew Jefferies and Andrew's main activity is Adventure racing, something he is very passionate about. Adventure racing is generally 2 or 3 different activities with a running component and a tracking component and perhaps a biking component added. In other words a Multi-disciplinary team sport. Always with a map and checkpoints, there are several different versions of this format. Four to eight hours is the typical local race time but there are some that go for two to four days, holy cow. Andrew tells us how and why Adventure racing became a large part of his life. After doing their first race of 4 hours their next race was for 48 hours. A huge escalation for only being 2 races in but it worked for Andrew and his friend Wayne, they were certainly hooked. We talk about sleep deprivation and nutrition and how you don't have any idea of the route until 1 hour before the start. This makes planning and strategy tough indeed. Some fantastic stories about past races and the experiences that Andrew has had while Adventure racing, makes this a must-listen, especially for those that want to challenge themselves.Adventure racing link Andrew talked about sharing, go check it out. https://naturalselectionar.com/?fbclid=IwAR2YgXD3HADu4Nuf-nzvsV7Bp8D56tsXJHevSNQAzizmmsFi7j57MFM8Mt8

Behind The Headlines – KCPW
Future SLC trails, past racist lynchings and current port spending

Behind The Headlines – KCPW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:27


The Utah Inland Port Authority is paying millions of dollars in rent for a transloading facility that has yet to be built. After a public outcry, the expansion of a trail system in the foothills above Salt Lake City will wait at least another year. And an effort is underway to draw attention to Utah's history of Black lynchings — by […]

KCPW | Salt Lake City News and Information | 88.3 FM
Future SLC trails, past racist lynchings and current port spending

KCPW | Salt Lake City News and Information | 88.3 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:27


The Utah Inland Port Authority is paying millions of dollars in rent for a transloading facility that has yet to be built. After a public outcry, the expansion of a trail system in the foothills above Salt Lake City will wait at least another year. And an effort is underway to draw attention to Utah's history of Black lynchings — by […]

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/16/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:07


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Singletrack
Cole Watson | 2022 Western States Pre-Race Interview

Singletrack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 18:38


Cole Watson is a professional trail runner for Hoka based in Folsom, CA lining up for his first Western States 100 this year.Timestamps:(1:57) - experience running for the University of Oregon(3:23) - whether collegiate running inspired or dissuaded him from continuing to compete post-collegiately(5:16) - inspirations for trail running(6:33) - taking ownership of performances(8:00) - response to and lessons from 3 golden ticket misses in the last 2 years(10:02) - not straying too far from strengths during the training block(13:20) - whether he has enough intel about the 100 mile distance to be successful this year at Western States(15:54) - what Cole is wearing and using on race dayLinks:Follow Cole on InstagramFollow Cole on StravaGet coached by Cole at Trails and TarmacCole's Sponsors: Hoka, Spring Energy, Suunto, Drymax, SRA EliteThis episode is sponsored by Soar Running. Use code Singletrack20 at checkout to get 20% off your next order. Additional Episodes You May Enjoy:#17 - Ryan Ghelfi | Post Sponsorship Athlete Life, Trail Running Teams, UTMB, FKT SceneSupport the show

OMAG All Access
Episode 45 - Development and Maintenance of Mountain Bike Trails (ft. Paula Kelly) - part 2

OMAG All Access

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 14:38


Episode 45 of the OMAG All Access podcast is part 2 of  Oklahoma City Assistant City Attorney Paula Kelly, being interviewed by Risk Management Specialist, Kip Prichard. This episode tackles the topic of municipal verse private maintenance and development of mountain bike trails. Miss Kelly talks about the pros and cons of each as well as her personal experience cultivating trails within Oklahoma. Learn more by visiting www.omag.org. 

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/15/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 3:00


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North County News
NEW Trails, NEW Brews, and a NEW Butcher Shop - Episode #163

North County News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 60:08


Hola North County San Diego! Today we get into a brand new trail that opened on the border of Cardiff and Solana. Cassidy has another movie review. Mother Earth Brew Co, The Green Flash, and Five Suits Brewing all get shout-outs. Padres win! And welcome The Wise Ox to La Costa. Enjoy! Find us Check out our YouTube Channel: North County San Diego with Chris and Cassidy Cassidy - @cassidylewisre Chris - @i.am.chris.erickson Email - hello@northcountyca.com northcountyca.com Please subscribe and leave us a review. We love ya!

Outdoors with Hiking Bob – Studio 809 Radio
307 ParkScore finally explained; Why rock piles on trails are bad

Outdoors with Hiking Bob – Studio 809 Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:50


On this week's podcast, Bob talks about his conversation with the people at the Trust for Public Land, and what he learned about the ParkScore ranking system. What he found was that a lot of what we have been told by local officials may not have been entirely accurate (and much of it was...).  Kevin talks about why piling rocks on trails is not acceptable in almost all situations.  Bob has a wildflower photography workshop this weekend in the Garden of the Gods.   Trust for Public Lands ParkScore: https://www.tpl.org/city/colorado-springs-colorado https://www.tpl.org/2022-city-park-facts https://www.tpl.org/parkscore/rankings Bob's Wildflower Photography workshop at the Garden of the Gods: https://bit.ly/3HnmCEQ This podcast sponsored by the realtors at Springs Homes. (www.Springshomes.com) Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information Hiking Bob website: www.HikingBob.com Wild Westendorf website: www.Wildwestendorf.com Where to listen, download and subscribe to this podcast: https://pod.link/outdoorswithhikingbob

Soul of Travel
Exploring The World On Two Wheels With Lauren Hefferon

Soul of Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:04


The difference between a nice vacation and an adventures vacation is where your travel takes you. If you're looking for a vacation that feeds your soul and strips away the stress of your everyday life. Adventure doesn't have to be limited to hiking in the mountains, cycling through Europe, or simply exploring the great outdoors. Christine's guest today is a Bicycle Travel Pioneer.After graduating in anthropology from Cornell University, Lauren Hefferon studied fine arts and photography in Florence and annually cycles thousands of miles throughout the Europe and her beloved New England. She has been a professional bicycle tour guide for over 40 years and as the founder of bike tour company Ciclismo Classico, is considered a pioneer in the bicycle travel. She is a bicycle travel visionary, bike educator, advocate and supports many cycling causes, such as Rails to Trails, Bikes Belong, Pan Mass Challenge and Mass Bike.Lauren has been a panelist at the National Bike Summit Panel on Bike Tourism, is a bike photographer, founded the annual Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival and leads the Jingle Ride, an annual holiday event now in its 25th year that pedals, sings and jingles its way from Arlington to Boston and back. She and her bicycling passion have been featured in an array of media outlets, ranging from Inc. Magazine, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal, to Bicycling, CNN.com and Forbes. Her purpose in life is simple: to share her passion for bicycle travel, especially to those who are new to this wondrous two-wheeled activity (for life).For full show notes and to access resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.lotussojourns.com/podcast-episodes/episode81Learn more about Lotus Sojourns and ways to be a part of the community here.Find Lotus Sojourns on Facebook, or join the Lotus Sojourns Collective, our FB community for like-hearted women.Follow us on Instagram: @lotussojourns or @souloftravelpodcastLOVE these conversations...support the production of this podcast by making a donation here! Credits. Christine Winebrenner Irick (Host, creator, editor.) Lauren Hefferon(Guest). Original music by Clark Adams. Editing and production by Rayna BoothSupport the show

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/14/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 3:51


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Super Ultra Podcast Arcade
Super Ultra Podcast Arcade Episode 376: The 3rd Annual Keighley Fest Begins

Super Ultra Podcast Arcade

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022


Due technical difficulties the vid was not able to be published in atimely manner (thank you Netflix) but here its now. The boys are back after a week break and we have a very long podcast for you. We have some Summer Game Fest and PlayStation State of Play news and all the gaming studios that have come out to show off their new titles. The boys also have some Ms Marvel and Top Gun Maverick reviews and tons more . Also happy 30th anniversary to Street Fighter 2 World Warrior on SNES, happy 20th anniversary to Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance, Dead to Rights and Elder Scrolls Morrowind on Xbox, and happy 10th anniversary to Lollipop Chainsaw.Games Played in Vid: Chorvs, Disc Room, Trails of Cold Steel 4, Some Summer Game Fest footage, Some State of Play footage Time Stamp:0:00 Intro12:27 (Sports and Wrestling)33:59 What we been Watching1:10:18 What we been playing1:26:25 Flashback Segment2:01:02 Gaming News2:18:40 Summer Game fest/ State of Play3:44:55 New Releases3:53:58 Closing Time Stamp:0:00 Intro12:27 (Sports and Wrestling)33:59 What we been Watching1:10:18 What we been playing1:26:25 Flashback Segment2:01:02 Gaming News2:18:40 Summer Game fest/ State of Play3:44:55 New Releases3:53:58 Closing

AM Springfield Hour by Hour Podcast
June 14, 2022 - 8 a.m.

AM Springfield Hour by Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 60:17


Ward 8 Ald. Erin Conley, Evan and Emily Anderson and their children Evan Jr. and Ayanna visit to preview this Saturday's Lewis Solstice Celebration to raise funds for Lewis Park and Trails, and Greg and Paul look ahead to local events and provide cooling tips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arizona State Parks and Trails Podcast
Outdoor Accessibility with Ability 360

Arizona State Parks and Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 29:56


The outdoors are for everyone, and on this episode, we talk with Kaitlyn Verfuerth and Laurie Singer about outdoor recreation accessibility. Kaitlyn and Laurie are are leading advocates for people of all abilities, and through their work with Ability 360, are making a noticeable impact within the community. Check out their program 360Outdoors program in action!We wanted to share Ability 360's work after speaking with their group on Arizona State Parks & Trails' Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP). This plan is created every five years, after collecting data from the SCORP survey to recommend funding priorities and actions to improve and maintain Arizona's outdoor recreation opportunities. Basically, where should land managers spend money to make outdoor recreation better for everyone? SCORP involvement for our agency also means working with diverse partners like Ability 360 and other special interest groups throughout the state!Check out the SCORP survey results, the plan, and share your feedback at azstateparks.com/scorp!

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/13/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 3:11


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The Running Jackal
Exit on Harvest Lane

The Running Jackal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 19:46


Carlos CastilloToday at 9:03 AM · Saanich, British ColumbiaExit on Harvest Lane, Workout for 40 minutesSolo trail 5k to end a joyous week of x-training. Distance5.14 kmPace7:23 /kmRun time38m 0s (Audio 20:XX)

Running Inside Out Podcast
110: I Think a Hundred Is Doable - Prepping for Western States with Charlie Granger

Running Inside Out Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 99:52


In this episode we wander around the surprisingly busy Genesee Valley Park with Charlie Granger. Charlie is heading to Western States this year! But he's been out west before this… Angeles Crest 100 was his first hundred miler. He's from the San Gabriel mountains, so you know, it just made sense. As for locally, you may have seen Charlie around Twisted Branch 100k, Many on the Genny or maybe most recently at Cayuga Trails 50k. This was a fun experiment of a podcast, Charlie and I participate in a quite eventful day at Genesee Valley park and chat about how his training is going, how he plans (or doesn't) for these big events and just some life things in general. And as you'll see, both of us have a bit of a fun time trying to remember, well… anything from the past. So feel free to shout into the air as you hear us stumble through a bunch of “thought exercises” Special Guest: Charlie Granger.

The Pyllars Podcast with Dylan Bowman
Ryan Montgomery & Addie Bracy | Injury, Mental Training, & Out Trails, an LGBTQ+ Trail Running Retreat -- Freetrail Friday 6/10

The Pyllars Podcast with Dylan Bowman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 59:00


Freetrail Friday is back this week with special guests Ryan Montgomery and Addie Bracy! This was a really fun conversation, bouncing around a lot of topics. We discussed Ryan's unfortunate withdrawal from Western States due to injury, and generally how athletes should deal with setbacks on both a physical and emotional level. We talked about mental performance with Addie, who just wrote a book on the subject, and we discussed Ryan and Addie's new joint venture, Out Trails, a running retreat for LGBTQ+ runners.   Get 6 months free subscription with purchase of a new Gen3 Oura ring:   https://ouraring.com/?mct=P3yNJl9q __________________________   Get a pair of SL:HSV and support Speedland footwear    Use code freetrail15 for 15% off Gnarly Nutrition products   Use code freetrail10 for 10% off Julbo Sunglasses _________________________   Freetrail Links: App Download | Patreon | Instagram | Website | YouTube   Dylan Links: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Strava

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/10/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 2:35


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Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/9/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 2:44


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The Running Jackal
Variant on the Saddle Loop

The Running Jackal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 28:45


8:42 AM on Thursday, June 9, 2022 Saanich, British ColumbiaVariant on the Saddle Loop , Workout for 1:20Recorded a short show in and around the mountain trails on Mt Doug. , Avg Cadence:69

Bike Tour Adventures Podcast
Nomad's Trails | 10 Years Around the World by Bike

Bike Tour Adventures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 120:38


In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures podcast, I have the chance to sit back with Peyman of Nomad's Trails. Peyman and Matilda are from Finland and for quite some time now, have embraced a more nomadic way of living. From off the grid living in a van while saving up for this trip of a lifetime, to going on back-country adventures in Finnish winter and planning a world biking tour that is expected to last from 5 - 10 years, they have always tried to take as much as they can from the land, while minimizing their impact on the environment. They have taken on some amazing challenges, such as riding through the Moroccan desert, they spent a year living in The Gambia during Covid and cycled to Finland in the dead of winter. I'm very excited to have Peyman on the show to share their story. To support the Bike Tour Adventures podcast, follow the links below: https://www.patreon.com/biketouradventures (https://www.patreon.com/biketouradventures) or https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/biketouradventures (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/biketouradventures)  Find them at: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nomadstrails/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nomadstrails YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/nomadstrails Website: https://nomadstrails.com/ Find me at… WEBSITE: http://www.biketouradventures.com/ (http://www.biketouradventures.com)  YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPQl_pNcMZA-hHckhVrpmaw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPQl_pNcMZA-hHckhVrpmaw)  FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/biketouradventures/ (https://www.facebook.com/biketouradventures/)  INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bike_tour_adventures/ (https://www.instagram.com/bike_tour_adventures/)  TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BikeTourAdv (https://twitter.com/BikeTourAdv)  ITUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bike-tour-adventures/id1464406852 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bike-tour-adventures/id1464406852)  Show Sponsors The Bike Tour Adventures podcast is incredibly lucky to have some amazing corporate sponsors. Check these great companies out and feel free to use my PROMO codes. https://redshiftsports.com/ (Redshift Sports) - Discount code: BTA15https://restrap.com/ (Restrap) - Discount code: BTAPOD10http://www.chirubikes.com/ (Chiru Endurance Bikes)https://7mesh.com/ (7Mesh Clothing)https://www.brocktoncyclery.com/ (Brockton Cyclery)https://www.racedayfuel.ca/ (Raceday Fuel)  - Discount code: CHRISP10

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/8/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 3:11


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Trent Loos Podcast
Dakota Trails and Tales June 7, 2022 Marty shares the real story behind who you need to support as your elected official.

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 16:10


Marty gets real serious about the need for the real elected officials in ND District 8 & District 39 and you need to study your lession.

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/7/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 2:56


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Orange Blaze: A Florida Trail Podcast
71. In Pursuit of the First Women's Supported FKT on the Florida Trail | Amy Ansbaugh

Orange Blaze: A Florida Trail Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 76:06


View this post on Instagram A post shared by @blaze_chasers Ultrarunner Amy Ansbaugh together with her crew chief and partner Dani set out to set … The post 71. In Pursuit of the First Women’s Supported FKT on the Florida Trail | Amy Ansbaugh appeared first on Orange Blaze: A Florida Trail Podcast.

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast
Cow Tales and Cattle Trails 6/6/2022

Cow Tales and Cattle Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 3:22


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The Podcast On Podcasting
Ep233: Important Podcasting Lessons On Creating Backups And Monetizing One's Show – Josh Blum

The Podcast On Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 50:27


It's Josh Blum's first time being on the other side and being a guest on a show. Today, he shares his first-50-episode journey, monetization in podcasting, and the importance of adding value to other people through a thought leadership platform. Be inspired and learn from the pros!     WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Top 3 learnings to create a podcast Best practices to showcase your content EAffect: The What and Why behind it The value of the exchange model Strategies for attracting great guests     RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Mountain Bike Radio Apple & Spotify RODECaster Pro Riverside.fm  Squadcast.fm Zoom H6 Audio Technica ATR-2100 Libsyn Podbean Blubrry MTV Radio Dave Jackson Ep5: How To Monetize Your Podcast - Free Course 5/6 Apple & Spotify Ep10: Not Being Willing To Monetize Your Show - Pitfall #21 Apple & Spotify Ep30: More Ways To Monetize Than You Think - Pitfall #11 Apple & Spotify Matthew McConaughey     ABOUT JOSH BLUM Josh Blum is a father and doer of stuff – paired with Advocate, Builder of Trails and Community. Originally from La Crosse, WI, Josh has been enjoying the outdoors, trails, and mountain bikes since a young age. Always curious and learning about better ways to improve trail users' experiences. Josh is the host and creator of the Trail EAffect podcast, which was done to bring more trail-related content to the masses and inspire others to get involved or just get out and enjoy their local trails.     CONNECT WITH JOSH Podcast: Trail EAffect Website: Evolution Trail Services Instagram: @traileaffect Facebook: Trail EAffect PoEVOLUTION Trail Servicesdcast     CONNECT WITH US If you are interested in getting on our show, email us at team@growyourshow.com. Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Click here and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams! Upgrading your podcast equipment or maybe getting your first microphone? Get Your Free Equipment Guide! We also have free courses for you on everything you need to know about starting a great podcast! Check out our first six episodes through the links below! Identify Your Avatar - Free Course 1/6 What To Do BEFORE You Launch Your Podcast - Free Course 2/6 How To Launch A TOP Show - Free Course 3/6 Best Marketing And Growth Strategies - Free Course 4/6 How To Monetize Your Podcast - Free Course 5/6  Top 22 Pitfalls On Starting Your Own Podcast - Free Course 6/6 If you want to make money from your podcasts, check out this FREE resource we made. Our clients use a sponsor sheet, and now they are making between $2,000 to $5,000 from sponsorship!  Subscribe so you don't miss out on great content and if you love the show, leave an honest rating and review here!

Two Wood for a Wheat
91. Radlands & Attacking

Two Wood for a Wheat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 49:19


If the words Cult Leader, Famine, and Napalm excite you, then you probably need therapy. You also need Radlands, the new post-apocalyptic card dueler by Daniel Piechnick and Roxley games with a Mad Max theme.We pair this very attack-y game with a discussion of attacking other players in games.00:00:35 Terra Mystica, Race for the Galaxy00:01:50 The Quest for El Dorado00:03:07 Guild of Merchant Explorers00:06:18 Trails of Tucana00:06:40 Ark Nova00:08:27 Heaven & Ale00:09:37 FEATURE REVIEW Radlands00:11:29 Magic the Gathering00:28:42 Dice Throne00:32:53 FEATURE DISCUSSION Attacking00:35:11 Radlands, Terraforming Mars, Ark Nova00:35:26 Brew00:36:09 Res Arcana00:38:47 Diplomacy, Root00:39:03 Blood Rage00:39:26 Ankh, Rising Sun00:42:17 Eclipse00:43:13 7 Wonders: Duel00:43:52 Blood Bowl00:45:44 Terra Mystica, Gaia Project00:47:06 Mission Red Planet00:48:33 BitokuAsk us a question at TwoWoodForAWheat@gmail.comLeave us a review on Apple podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/y2eyvquxRead Tony's blog: https://boardgamegeek.com/user/maxlongstreet/blogs

Odd Trails
Episode 28: The Bamboo Forest

Odd Trails

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 48:24


 Stories in this episode: - Crazy Experiences With My Nana's Passing, by Bree (1:22) - Did the builder of our house come back to haunt it? by Virginia (7:40) - I hit my doppelgänger at Lollapalooza 93, by ghostface_starkillah (12:02) - A Story from the Bamboo Forest, by Celeste Maria (19:30) - Night Terrors, by BJ Graham (36:16) Don't forget to come hang out and listen to some live storytelling at the Midsummer Scream Halloween and Horror Convention on July 30th at the Long Beach Convention Center. We'll be performing along with a line up of some other great podcasters. Tickets at midsummerscream.org. To support the show and get access to ad-free episodes of Odd Trails at a crystal clear 320kbps, as well as a host of bonus content in the coming weeks, head over to patreon.com/oddtrails to sign up today! All of the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. To submit your story to the show, send it to stories@oddtrails.com. Check out the other Cryptic County podcasts like Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast and the Old Time Radiocast at CrypticCountyPodcasts.com or wherever you get your podcasts! This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/trails.  Learn a new language and save up to 60% off your subscription when you go to babbel.com/trails.   Go to Stamps.com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code TRAILS for a 4-week trial, plus free postage and a digital scale! Timestamps are approximate and may not be accurate after 90 days due to possible changes in advertising. - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1n7wNZGJJ3Oc31O4TYx4x3 - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1598762965 - Instagram: @oddtrailspodcast - Twitter: @OddTrails

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini
RFP Podcast Episode #256 – Ultra Dad Session #64: Reflections

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 23:42


The last few weeks have been amazingly wild, wacky, fun, full of loved ones, experiences, and a lot of work. Unfortunately, priorities shifted as you can probably tell considering it has been about 3 weeks since we've produced any content. This Sunday provided me with an opportunity to review some of my thoughts and notes over that time. Although, today's podcast is a solo session, Bryan was certainly part of the inspiration here, along with many, many others – including Isabella, Alaina, Robin and a few other family and loved ones. The basis for this today is perspective and controlling the present – which is truly the only moment in time we do have to control, as said by Thich Nhat Hanh, “The present moment is the only time which we have dominion.” Enjoy some reflections, thoughts, and what has been running through my mind the last couple of weeks. The RFP Ultra Dad's Podcast is sponsored by Time on the Trails – delivering you a customized experience out on the trails in Arizona and beyond. Please visit us at www.tottaz.com and on social media via IG, FB, TW & LI. Keep an eye on the Ultra Dad's Instagram account @ #ultra_dads. You can view the live recording of today's episode on our YouTube Channel Here! How'd we get here? The Ultra Dad's Podcast came from an idea Cindy Shane created. Well, she planted the idea in our head after listening to the first time Bryan was on the RFP Podcast in May 2020. There have many times over the years when we speak on the phone or in person the “we should be recording this” line comes out. Well, here we are jumping in with both feet, like we tend to do, sharing with you our perspectives on life. Let's be candid – we are not perfect, and we fail often. Our favorite term to use is “it's not ideal” and there have been countless times we've uttered, “a plan is great until you are punched in the face;” – but we do laugh a lot, at ourselves and/or each other mostly

Caching in the NorthWest
462: 11 trails in BC with the most search and rescue incidents

Caching in the NorthWest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 82:51


Welcome to Caching in the NorthWest!  The official podcast of GeoWoodstock 18 in the great Pacific NorthWest. It's Thursday at 9PM Pacific and we are going to talk about geocaches and geocachers from here and around the globe. So while you're binging the rest of that series you love before it leaves the streaming service, we'll be Caching in the NorthWest. We want you to ask your hosts interesting questions. We are calling this, At LAST!, or Listeners Asked Some Things. Send an email to feedback@CachingNW.com, call into 253-693-TFTC. Call us with your feedback at (253) 693-TFTC Or visit the website at https://CachingNW.com

Trail & ultra running from Wild Ginger Running
Interview with Sonny Peart - ultra runner, Asics Frontrunner and co-founder of Black Trail Runners

Trail & ultra running from Wild Ginger Running

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 52:45


Hey guys! Delighted to have Sonny Peart on the live chat 5:15pm today, Sonny is an ultra runner and brand ambassador for Asics and he co-founded Black Trail Runners which is a community and campaigning charity seeking to increase inclusion, participation and representation of Black people in trail running. Let's hear more! Join us live or later here!   Black Trail Runners https://www.blacktrailrunners.run/ Black to the Trails https://www.blacktothetrails.co.uk/ More training advice from Wild Ginger Running https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyZ16LRfpz0A9FttMd01qgbylfEbZm8Lo Sabrina Pace-Humphey's interview https://youtu.be/YpXXiI6UY0s My book, The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook https://amzn.to/3jgKvTy Please like and subscribe on YouTube https://linktr.ee/ClaireWGR Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wildgingerrunning/ Support me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/WildGingerRunning Meet me at Nene Valley trail races https://nenevalleyraces.wordpress.com/

Trent Loos Podcast
Dakota Trails and Tales June 2, 2022 We all need to take a stand but there must be follow through, there is no Silver Bullet to the challenges in front of us

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 8:19


Inspired by a conversation I had today with Nicole Hundt the Canadian Trucker and Patriot for Freedom as she is following through seeking solutions to the tyranny brought about by government.

Outdoor Explorer
Diversifying the outdoors in Alaska: Jody Potts -Joseph

Outdoor Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022


Alaska Indigenous Peoples have been living, playing, and thriving in Alaska for thousands of years. Outdoor recreation and tourism is perceived as being primarily a white person's game. Jody Potts-Joseph, Han Gwich'in and founder of Native Youth Outdoors is breaking that stereotype. Join Outdoor Explorer host Paul Twardock to hear Jody tell her story

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #88: Snow Trails, Ohio General Manager Scott Crislip

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 89:00


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Paid subscribers receive thousands of extra words of content each month, plus all podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoScott Crislip, General Manager of Snow Trails, OhioRecorded onMay 31, 2022About Snow TrailsClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: The Carto familyLocated in: Mansfield, OhioClosest neighboring ski areas: Mad River Mountain (1.5 hours), Boston Mills-Brandywine (1 hour)Base elevation: 1,174 feetSummit elevation: 1,475 feetVertical drop: 301 feetSkiable Acres: 200Night skiing: Yes, 100% of terrainAverage annual snowfall: 30 to 50 inchesTrail count: 17 (20% black, 60% intermediate, 20% beginner)Lift count: 7 (4 triples, 2 doubles, 1 carpet - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Snow Trail’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himStare at it for a while, and the American ski map teases some captivating storylines. How is it that there are so many ski areas in Southern California? Or New Mexico? Or how about that map dot above Tucson, or, for God’s sake, Ala-freaking-bama? Are those real? Why are there so many ski areas in practically snowless eastern Pennsylvania, and so few (relatively speaking) in snow-choked and mountainous Washington and Oregon?But one of the most curious sectors of U.S. skiing is the lower Midwest. Ohio hosts five public ski areas; Indiana has two; Illinois, four; Iowa, three; Missouri, two. That’s just 16 ski areas across five states. The upper Midwest, by contrast, hosts 90 ski areas across three states: 40 in Michigan, 31 in Wisconsin, 19 in Minnesota. So that 16 may seem low, but the lower Midwest’s ski area count is actually quite impressive if we look at the macro conditions. Take Ohio: why – how – does this windblown flatland host five public ski areas (a sixth, Big Creek, operates as a private club near Cleveland). Eastern Ohio – the western borderlands of Appalachia – is actually quite hilly. But there aren’t any ski areas there. Instead, Ohio ski life is clustered around or between the state’s many large cities – Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland.Most of America’s ski areas, if you pick them apart, exist because of a favorable combination of at least a couple of the following factors: elevation, population, aspect, accessibility, snowfall – often lake effect. North-facing Snow Trails, seated high (for Ohio) in the Possum Run Valley, right off Interstate 71 between Columbus (population 889,000) and Cleveland (population 383,000), combines four of the five. The ski area only averages 30 to 50 inches of snowfall per year, depending upon the source, but there’s plenty of juice (snowmaking) to keep the lifts spinning.The place, in fact, has more skiers than it knows what to do with. Last year, Snow Trails began limiting season pass sales for the first time in its 60 seasons. The outdoor boom hit Ohio as much as it hit New England or Colorado. People wanted to ski. If they live in the north-central part of the state, they’ve got a fine little hill to do it on.What we talked aboutSummertime at Snow Trails; the passing of Snow Trails long-time founder and operator David Carto; the ski area’s founding in the ‘60s; the unique climate of Ohio’s Possum Run Valley; Snow Trails’ novel water source; introducing a “Western” feel to an Ohio ski area; how climate, technology, commitment, and culture work together to make a ski area succeed; the incredible longevity of Snow Trail’s management team; 60 years working at one ski area; Snow Trails’ future as a family-run ski area; don’t let your significant other teach you how to ski; learning to ski on ropetows; the insane grind of a lower Midwest ski season; the Cal Ripken of skiing: 22 years as GM and he’s never missed a day; reflecting on last ski season; “whenever the opportunity comes to make snow, come November, we’re going to do it”; managing volume at a small, insanely busy ski area during the Covid boom; limiting season pass sales; when Snow Trails’ season passes may go on sale; whether Snow Trails has considered joining the Indy Pass; watching Ohio’s collection of independent ski areas slowly consolidate under a single owner throughout the early 2000s; the moment Vail bought four of the five public ski areas in Ohio; Vail’s abysmal performance in Ohio this past season and how Snow Trails rose above skiing’s larger labor and weather struggles to offer 79 hours of operations per week; how Snow Trails will respond to Vail’s $20-an-hour minimum wage; the “gut punch” of Vail’s decision to slash operating hours and days of operation after Epic Pass sales ended; whether the ski area will bring back midnight Fridays; oh man you do NOT take night skiing away from Midwesterners; thoughts on how Vail can turn around the disappointing state of their operations in Ohio; how the installation of carpet lifts transformed the beginner experience at Snow Trails; which chairlift the ski area would like to upgrade next; where the resort is thinking about installing a ropetow; the best location on the mountain to potentially add an additional chairlift; where Snow Trails could potentially expand; the story behind Snow Trails’ glades, an anomaly in the lower Midwest; advancing snowmaking technology and how it increases resilience to climate change; what’s new at Snow Trails for the 2022-23 ski season; and RFID.  Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewVail stole the show in Ohio this past winter, mostly through a stunning display of callous ineptitude. Their four ski areas, which for decades have spun the lifts seven days per week, 10 or 12 or more hours per day, slashed hours and days of operation. Here’s what you were faced with, this past winter, if you were an Epic Pass holder in Ohio:Alpine Valley: closed Monday-Thursday, 3:30-9 Friday, 9-4 weekends (19.5 hours per week)Boston Mills: closed Monday & Tuesday, 10-3 Wednesday and Thursday, 4-10 Friday, 9-5 weekends (32 hours per week)Brandywine: 4-10 Monday-Friday, 9-5 Saturday and Sunday (46 hours per week)Mad River: 3-9 Monday-Friday, 10-5 Saturday and Sunday (44 hours per week)There were several elements of this modified schedule that were stunning in their complete misapprehension of the local market. First: night skiing, in the Midwest, is everything. Everything. Eliminating it – on Saturdays especially – is baffling beyond belief. Second: curtailing hours after season pass sales are complete is an offensive bait-and-switch, particularly for Midwesterners, who already weather the disrespect of the “flyover country” label. “How dumb does this Colorado, big-mountain company think we are?” was, by all accounts, the sort-of meta-narrative defining local sentiment this past season. Yes, the Epic Ohio Pass – good for unlimited access to all four of the state’s Vail-owned ski areas – started at just $279 for the 2021-22 ski season (it’s $305 right now), but it came with an implied promise that the ski areas would function as the ski areas always had. Crowded? Yes. Frantic? Yes. Existing on the margins of where people can hack a ski experience out of nature’s ferocious whims? Always. But it would be skiing, pretty much whenever you wanted it, for 12 weeks from mid-December to mid-March.Vail did not deliver on that expectation. The company responded to a mild early season and tight labor market not by dumping resources into operations and hiring but by retreating. Not just in Ohio, but in Indiana and Missouri as well. Paoli Peaks operated four days per week. The Missouri ski areas did better, with seven-day schedules and a decent amount of night skiing. But overall, Vail Resorts did not look like Vail Resorts in the lower Midwest during the 2021-22 ski season. The largest ski company in the world – proud, bold, insatiable, domineering Vail – looked bumbling, scared, confused, lost.And they would have gotten away with it, too, were it not for those meddling independent ski areas that carried on as though it were a completely normal Midwest ski season. Vail owns seven of the nine public ski areas in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri. The other two – Perfect North, Indiana and Snow Trails – absolutely embarrassed Vail, exposing every flimsy excuse the company made for curtailing operations. Perfect North spun the lifts 89 hours per week. Snow Trails went 79, offering night skiing until 9 p.m. seven days per week. How did they do this? “We did what we always did,” Crislip told me in the interview. But what was that, exactly? And what could Vail learn from a little reflection after the humbling that was this past Ohio ski season?Why you should ski Snow TrailsCrislip mused, during our conversation, on the long-term advantages of severely discounting lift tickets for school groups. Those discounted tickets, he said, pay big dividends down the line.No kidding. I only ever tried skiing because 200-vertical-foot Mott Mountain, Michigan offered $6 lift tickets to my high school in the winter of 1992. I think rentals were an extra $5. A bus ride to the hill and back – about half an hour each way – was free.Mott Mountain is long gone, but I think we can conclude that the ski industry’s return-on-investment was sufficient. The amount of money that I’ve spent on the sport in the decades since that first bus ride is all of it. There were winters during which I did little else but ski and purchased almost nothing that was not directly ski related, other than gasoline and Taco Bell.Which is great for kids, right? But why would an accomplished skier ever want to ski a bump like Snow Trails, let alone travel there to do it on purpose? It’s a rhetorical question, asked because the world is still filled with studly chest-beaters, who answer questions like this:With machofest responses like this:Twenty years ago, we’d say that if you wanted someone to expose their true selves, get them drunk or angry. Now, you can just open their social media accounts. I don’t know where this dude lives, but if it’s anywhere near Snow Trails, I’d give him this bit of unsolicited advice: put your ego down (it may require the assistance of a forklift), store it somewhere safe, buy a season pass, and go enjoy yourself. If you can’t have fun skiing a bump like this, then I’m not sure you understand how to have fun skiing at all. Get to know the hill, get creative, nod to the lifties – treat it like your local bar or gym or coffee shop. Somewhere to be in the wintertime that isn’t your couch.  Or wait until your trip to Whistler and be happy skiing six days per year. I can’t tell you how to live. I’m just here to make suggestions. Here in New York, I know plenty of people like this. They wouldn’t dare ski Mountain Creek, New Jersey’s beehive-busy analogue to Snow Trails. “You probably ski Mountain Creek” they’ll type on social media, as though there’s something wrong with a thousand-footer with high-speed lifts and a happy hour-priced season pass. But once you adopt this mentality, it’s malignant. Soon, you’re also too good for Hunter, then Gore, then Killington, then, like the Twitter turkey above, the venerable Jay Peak, the NEK powder palace that averages more inches of average annual snowfall than Steamboat or Winter Park. Before you know it, your ski-day choices are down to Snowbird, Jackson Hole, Palisades Tahoe, and Revelstoke. Anything else “isn’t real skiing.”Or something like that. It’s all a little tedious and stupid. We’re fortunate, in this country, to have hundreds of viable ski areas, pretty much anyplace that hills and cold collide. If you live anywhere near one, there are a lot more reasons to frequent it than to snub it. There are plenty of skiers who live in Florida or Texas or Georgia, places where the outdoor lift-served bump is an impossibility. Not to sound like your mom when you were five years old, but there are plenty of kids in the world that don’t have any toys to play with, so try to be happy with the ones you’ve got. Go skiing.More Snow TrailsA Mansfield News Journal obituary for longtime Snow Trails owner David CartoNear the end of the interview, Crislip says refers to the work that “you and Matt” are doing to promote Midwest skiing. Matt is Matt Zebransky, founder of midwestskiers.com and all-around good dude. The site is comprehensive and terrific, and Zebransky is a really talented video producer and editor, who puts together some knockout reels laser-focused on Midwest skiing. Zebransky introduced me to Crislip after he hosted me for a podcast interview recently (I’ll let you know whenever that’s live). The Midwest Skiers Instagram account is a terrific follow.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 60/100 in 2022, and number 306 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com.This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on June 2. Free subs got it on June 5. To make sure you get future pods as soon as they’re live, please consider an upgrade. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Trent Loos Podcast
Dakota Trails & Tales June 1, 2022 The USDA has announced a program to ensure better food security and fairer access, well Trent weighs in.

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 8:50


The only thing the USDA could do to ensure better access to food for consumers and better prices for farmers, is disband.

NEI Podcast
E150 - Blazing Trails to Breakdown Structural Racism and Improve Black Mental Health

NEI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 20:57


How has your work in psychiatry consulting and education made a difference in fighting racism on both the individual and structural level? What is your book “Social (In)Justice and Mental Health” about? In this episode, Dr. Sarah Vinson shares her extensive experience and perspective on the intersection between child and adolescent psychiatry, forensics, and the fight for social justice in mental health.   Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson is a physician who is triple-board certified in adult, child & adolescent, and forensic psychiatry. She is the founder of the Lorio Psych Group, an Atlanta, GA based mental health practice providing expert care and consultation. Dr. Vinson is also the founder of Lorio Forensics, which provide consultation in a wide variety of cases in criminal, civil and family court cases. After graduating from medical school at the University of Florida with Research Honors and as an Inductee in the Chapman Humanism Honors Society, she completed her general psychiatry training at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. While there, she also received specialized training in trauma through the Victims of Violence Program. She then returned to the South to complete fellowships in both child & adolescent and forensic psychiatry at Emory University School of Medicine. In addition to providing mental health care services such as psychotherapy, consultation and psychopharmacology through her private practice, Dr. Vinson is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at Morehouse School of Medicine. Just two years after joining the faculty she was honored as Psychiatry and Faculty of the Year in 2015. She is also Adjunct Faculty at Emory University School of Medicine. She has been elected and/or appointed to national and statewide office by her professional peers. She is the Past President of the Georgia Council on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Treasurer of the Georgia Psychiatric Physicians Association. Additionally, she is an Advisor for the Judges Psychiatry Leadership Initiative.  She has been a speaker at national conferences including the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting and The National Urban League Annual Meeting. Dr. Vinson has received numerous awards in recognition of her service and leadership including the University of Florida College of Medicine Outstanding Young Alumna Award and the APA Jeanne Spurlock Minority Fellowship Alumna Achievement Award. Resources: https://drsarahvinson.com/ Link to “Social (In) Justice in Mental Health”: https://www.amazon.com/Social-Injustice-Mental-Health-Ruth/dp/1615373381/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=social%20injustice%20and%20mental%20health&qid=1608052484&sr=8-1

Trent Loos Podcast
Dakota Trails and Tales May 31, 2022 Marty reminds us of the challenges put forth by the Federal Government extorting local school systems.

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 15:57


No actually it was not Jimmy Carter in 1980 that created the department of education despite that being the common thought.

The Daily Beans
Torching Doubts and Blazing Trails (feat. Danica Roem)

The Daily Beans

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 52:20


Friday, May 27th, 2022 Today, in the Hot Notes:​​ conflicting reports of law enforcement responses continued to come out of Uvalde Texas; Rep. Jim Jordan makes demands of the January 6 committee with regards to his subpoena; Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has subpoenaed Brad Raffensperger; Trump loses his appeal to avoid testifying and the New York Attorney General's civil case; Sussman does not take the stand in his own defense; and Mark Meadows burned documents after meeting with rep Scott Perry, ; plus Allison delivers your Good News. Follow the Podcast on Apple: http://apple.co/beans  Follow our guest on Twitter: Danica Roem https://twitter.com/pwcdanica Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill  https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) How We Win Fund swingleft.org/fundraise/howwewin Link from the Good News: https://www.facebook.com/jasonsamuelsforyou Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Thanks to Athletic Greens for supporting The Daily beans, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/dailybeans to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance!  Helix Sleep is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at helixsleep.com/dailybeans. To find your perfect sofa, check out allform.com/dailybeans. And Allform is offering twenty percent off all orders for our listeners at allform.com/dailybeans.