National park in California, United States
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In Yosemite, for thousands of years before the discovery of gold, Native Americans traveled through and inhabited the area that the Sierra Nevada's melting snow spills dramatically over rocky cliffs on the walls into the Valley. Waterfalls that sit over three thousand feet above its floor. The treasures the park holds are unduplicated, each wonder differing from the next, each overwhelmingly spectacular. From 1850 to 1851 Native Americans and Euro-American miners in the area were at war, the Mariposa War. Some Euro-American men had formed a militia known as the Mariposa Battalion. Their purpose - drive the native Ahwahneechee people onto reservations. The Mariposa Battalion were the first non-natives to enter Yosemite. When this war ended, Yosemite was then open to settlement and speculation. Today we are going to talk about Jennie Curry, half of the curry couple who founded Camp Curry in Yosemite, and the history of the Yosemite Firefall. Season 3 features inspiring, gallant, even audacious stories of REAL 19th Century women from the Wild West. Stories that contain adult content, including violence which may be disturbing to some listeners, or secondhand listeners. So, discretion is advised. I am Andrea Anderson and this is Queens of the Mines, Season Three. Between 1855 and 1864, the Yosemite Valley had 653 visitors.After the completion of stage roads into the valley, the number rose to 2,700 visitors annually within its first decade. Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant on June 30, 1864 and Yosemite Valley was placed under the protection of the state of California. The act preserved the valley for public use and recreation for all time. Some of the earliest visitors were artists, authors, painters, illustrators and photographers who came to publicize the Valley. Hotels were built and stagecoach companies started bringing tourists on the long journey in. Six years later, James McCauley, an Irish sailor and miner, arrived in Yosemite Valley. McCauley took a job in a sawmill, working alongside John Muir. McCauley soon built a horse trail from the base of Sentinel Rock up to Glacier Point. It was over a four-mile route which climbed 3,200 feet. At Glacier Point, he built a small shack which he named the Mountain House. McCauley charged a toll for the trail and the Mountain House provided concessions and lodging to its travelers. One night in 1872, McCauley and his school-aged sons kicked a campfire over the ledge at Glacier Point. The act quite literally sparked the idea of a money-making venture. A firefall. They would collect a fee from tourists in the valley during the day to build a modest fire and push it off the cliff that night. He experimented with versions of fireworks that he lowered on wires from Overhanging Rock nearby. The attempts seemed comparatively insignificant from the Valley floor. Finally he returned to the idea of pushing over the embers. McCauley bought both of his 8 year old boys' mules and the young McCauley twins attended school by riding them down the Four Mile Trail to the Valley. It took ninety minutes. While in the valley, they would collect $1.50 from tourists who wanted to see a Firefall, and then would ride the trail back up to Glacier Point, with a pack mule, packing wood and carrying the provisions for the hotel. On the Fourth of July, a collection often amounted to ten or twenty dollars. Busy days like that required hauling wood up for at least two days. McCauley soon leased Mountain House to others to manage, that was when the state of California took possession of all Yosemite claims in 1874. In 1880, he leased Mountain House back from the state. Fifteen years later, the facility was described as “almost uninhabitable”. The couple was evicted by the state in 1897 for failure to maintain. McCauley was killed accidently in an accident with a runaway horse, and the firefalls stopped. For years they were almost forgotten. In 1899, David and Jennie Etta Curry and their children took the wild ride down the old Coulterville Road with Driver Eddie Webb, to their new home in Yosemite Valley. Both had studied under Dr. David Starr Jordan at Indiana University, where they had both graduated from in 1883. It was unusual at the time for a woman to be a college graduate. Back east, both were Hoosier school teachers. The Curry's had a unique love for nature. Their previous work involved taking parties through Yellowstone with a movable camp. David and Jennie saw an opportunity. They received permission from the Guardian of the Valley, which was the state park at the time, to use the site of its camp. With seven tents, they opened a family campground at the base of Glacier Point, and they called Camp Curry. It is wild if you think about it, furnishing a business in a location like that, before means of modern transportation. Bare tents, burlap for the floors, mattresses, bed springs on wooden legs, clean bedding, chairs, and tables were brought in by wagon from Merced, which was one hundred miles away. Oilcloth covered cracker boxes' that were used for wash stands. There was a dining tent that seated twenty people. Camp Curry opened in June of 1899, charging $2 per night. The first affordable accommodation in the Park. Accommodations at the Sentinel Hotel were $4 a night. She was fondly known throughout the Valley as "Mother Curry". The power behind the throne. Her personality would truly contribute to their success. She was big in mind, soul and body and interested in people and in life. Of course, women's domestic skills were highly valued in the West, but like many pioneering women, Jennie had to find a way to broaden the roles beyond the Cult of True Womanhood, as mentioned in the book and previous episodes. Jennie helped plan additional guest services, made the beds, and packed the box lunches for adventurers. She would say that she had done every job around camp, from baking dozens of pies or loaves of bread to making lye soap from wood-ashes in a huge open kettle. All but the duties of the porter. The Curry's in fact, did do all of the work around camp. With the exception of one paid employee, the cook and two or three students from Stanford, who worked for a designated time in exchange for a week's room and board. During the first season, the camp expanded to twenty-five tents, with almost 300 guests in the season, of the 4,500 people who visited Yosemite Valley that year. Many of the guests came from Curry's educational network. It was a pretty good start. The crowds predicted Camp Curry would fail. It was cold, and isolated. The Curry's were determined. They had ideas. The memory of the firefall was eventually brought up, and Mr. Curry decided to revive the tradition on holidays, or when prominent guests were in the Valley. Men would gather wood on the Ledge Trail, and build a 12 foot wide, four foot tall mound of firewood. At four, they would light the fire, allowing the pile to burn down until it was a hill of glowing embers, for 5 hours until 9 o clock. Nine o'clock in Yosemite meant Fire Fall. It was an unwritten law that everything and everyone in the valley STOPPED at 9pm. David Curry would cup his hands to his mouth, raise his face toward Glacier Point and bellow: “Hello, Glacier Point!” without the aid of a sound system or even a megaphone. This is how Mr. Curry earned the nickname “The Stentor.” Stentor was that famous Greek of antiquity who could command 10,000 troops without a megaphone." The fire tender at the point would reply: “Hello, Camp Curry!” The rest of the exchange followed: “Is the fire ready?” “The fire is ready!” followed by Curry's roaring command “Let ‘er go Gallagher!” “Let the fire fall!” “THE FIRE-ER IS-SSS FALLING!” I am guessing that Gallagher was the regular fire tender. The two men at the top, using extra long-handled wide steel rakes, would alternate strokes to maintain a steady stream of cinders, plunging over the cliffs, to their resting place on a ledge 1,700 feet below. It was a skill. It took practice to be able to push blazing hot coals for an extended period of time, over a cliff in a steady stream down the granite wall. Simulating a continuously flowing waterfall. It was a blazing stream of thousands and thousands of individually discernible red and gold sparks floating down the cliff in complete silence, the sparks flying away like shooting stars. Fifteen minutes later, the fall would grow smaller until it became a mere thread of gold which drew the curtain of night, before darkness descends. Break The railroad reaching El Portal in 1907 made travel to the gold rush in California much more accessible. For the park, it skyrocketed the ability of making improvements in equipment and efficiency. Jennie no longer needed to bring in furniture, food, in fact everything by wagon from Merced. The train ended only fifteen miles away, and the road there was easy. She was able to raise the comfort level of the camp for her ever increasing number of guests with better kitchen equipment, dressers, bed frames and rugs. The firefall continued each night and held 20 minutes of enchantment, where thousands of onlookers felt something in common for that short period of time. Yosemite's grandeur was on full display, how unspeakably tall were its cliffs and how quiet its forest. The act, performed every night for many years, etched the surface of the granite, leaving a 1000 ft white strip. From 1913 to 1916 the Yosemite Firefall tradition was halted by the park service over a disagreement between David Curry and the Assistant Secretary of the Interior. David Curry died in 1917, just before the Firefall was reinstated. Jennie, with the help of her children, carried on with running and expanding Camp Curry, on lease from the government. The tradition carried on for decades, the song “Indian Love Call,” popularized by Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald in the 1936 film “Rose Marie,” was eventually performed while the fire cascaded down the rock face. So much for the silence I guess. The firefall was halted during World War II, when park facilities were used by the military. Jennie Curry died in October of 1948. The original purpose of the fire fall was to draw visitors to the park. Five years after Jennie's death, Yosemite received 1 million visitors for the first time. In 1960, President John F. Kennedy visited Yosemite and was, according to various sources, either held up by an important phone call or was still eating his dinner at 9 p.m. The firefall was held for half an hour so he could see it — much to the displeasure of the rest of the visitors. By 1965, annual visitation had reached 2 million. The firefall continued on for nearly two-thirds of the 20th century, the firefall occurred each summer night. Luckily, it never caused any forest fires, but other environmental impacts were mounting: Thousands of visitors were tramping through the meadows, driving their cars off the park roads, trying to get the best view, leaving litter everywhere. There were thefts from the hotels and campgrounds, when visitors would be absent or distracted and lastly, nearly every dead red fir tree accessible by road had been stripped of its bark for use as fuel. Rangers worked late nights untangling traffic jams, while idling vehicles spit out exhaust into the park. There were simply too many people. The park canceled the firefall. About 50 people gathered to mark the end of the tradition, on Jan. 25, 1968. 55 years ago from the recording of this episode. Although the Glacier Point firefall is a thing of the past, a natural, even more awe-inspiring, phenomenon that goes by the same name at Horsetail Falls remains. The organic illusion appears for a few weeks each February. Light from the setting sun hits the eastside of El Capitan at Horsetail Falls at a precise angle seems to be molten lava rushing 1,570 feet to the valley floor, creating a natural "firefall." Ansel Adams captured it on film for the first time, in 1940. The natural Yosemite Firefall can be finicky. Several factors must converge to trigger the Firefall to glow. First, there has to be an adequate amount of snowpack for Horsetail Falls to be flowing and the temperatures must be warm enough to melt the snow. The sky also needs to be clear at sunset. If conditions are cloudy the sun's rays will be blocked, and Horsetail Fall will not light up. If everything comes together and conditions are just right, the Yosemite Firefall will light up for about ten minutes. To see Horsetail Fall glowing blood red is an almost supernatural experience. The sun hits Yosemite Valley at roughly the same angle in October, but the lack of runoff prevents the same phenomenon. The discovery of Horsetail Falls is not well documented. There is no doubt that the Awahneechee Indians who lived in Yosemite Valley for hundreds of years, most likely knew of its existence, but there is no evidence that they passed the knowledge to the white settlers. Love that. Makes perfect sense. The local lore of “elmer” is linked to the Fire Falls. In the 1930's, a child by the name of Elmer would drift off with his friends or something to their own place to watch the Firefall and every night. It was a common thing in Yosemite to hear after the Firefall, his mother calling him back to camp: EL-MER- EL-MER- EL-MER. It all leads me to wonder, what is the most spectacular thing i nature that you have ever seen?
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John 17 // Andrew JonesJesus prays to his father: it's time to reveal my beauty. Because Jesus knows that only his beauty can really change us. His beauty has been the purpose of his gospel from the very beginning. What we could never understand until Jesus, is the beauty of the God-man sacrificing himself for the same humanity that killed him in the first place. The image of sacrificial love, of dying to self, is our image. That is who we are now because we have been converted, not only to the truth of Jesus. We've been converted to the beauty of Jesus. The Christian life is a portrait. A sculpture. A play. We are supposed to look like, sound like, smell like, the love, the sacrifice, of Jesus. We know, and must proclaim, in all we do, that beauty did save the world. And it is saving us.Sermon Notes: https://www.bible.com/events/49041711Prayer Requests: https://ccefc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/2509/responses/new23.03.12
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This week Darren and Paige asked their listeners to submit questions that we have not addressed on the show. Some of these questions were hard to answer but we did it anyway. Check out the questions below.Have you been able to stay friends with other couples who had previously been friends with you & your ex? If so, have those couple friends become friends with you & your new spouse?I am always interested in how couples attack the money issue…. I would say that is the hardest part of a marriage, I think kids are the hardest part of a marriage also without kids around what would there be to argue about except for money!What was the main motivation to decide to jump into the dating scene again after your divorces?Weren't you scared of getting into a relationship again? Especially with someone who was also divorced?How did you tell your kids and how did they respond when you told them you were getting remarried and they were going to have to live with step siblings etc? How hard was that?What advice would you give to someone just very recently divorced? What thoughts, attitudes, or actions help things to go well. Or, with hindsight, what things do you wish you had done differently? Any good survival tips for the frustration times during and early after?What advice do you have for someone who is a friend watching someone they love go through a divorce?How did you both deal with being in the same ward and church with Darrens ex?Lemonade Moment of the WeekThis week we went to Yosemite to take in the beautiful waterfalls and incredible views. After a great morning hiking to Vernal Falls, we decided to head over the Yosemite falls and then El Capitan. We hoped in the car and saw a line of cars blocking our way out of the Park. A rockside blocked the road out of the park. We took a detour to Currey Village for a two hour lunch to wait for the traffic to clear. Traffic appeared to be moving so we hopped in the car and headed out of the park. Four hours later we left the park, with great memories of the Park. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Les parcs nationaux sont un symbole fort, représentant à la fois la façon dont les États-Unis d'Amérique considèrent la nature comme un espace qui doit être protégé mais aussi valorisé. Ils sont, par ailleurs, l'une des figures de la crise climatique, subissant ses effets de plein fouet. Comment le parc de Yosemite, dévasté par les flammes en 2022, peut-il être préparé pour les années à venir ? Faut-il recréer les espaces qui ont été brûlés, planter les mêmes espèces, ou faut-il les réaménager et imaginer de nouveaux espaces naturels capables de faire face aux dérèglements climatiques ?[Ce podcast a été produit en partenariat avec l'Ambassade des États-Unis d'Amérique en France]Intervenant·e·s :Mark Rose, responsable de la zone Sierra Nevada à la National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA)Laurie Waybrun, présidente de la Pacific Forest TrustCRÉDITS : Adapt or What? est un podcast Binge Audio, un hors-série Programme B produit en partenariat avec l'Ambassade des États-Unis d'Amérique en France. Présenté par Thomas Rozec. Prise de son et réalisation : Quentin Bresson. Production et édition : Albane Fily, Lorraine Besse et Charlotte Baix. Direction de projet : Soraya Kerchaoui-Matignon. Communication : Jeanne Longhini et Lise Niederkorn. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Apart from being a regular columnist at Outside magazine, she's had work published in the New York Times, The Guardian, Condé Nast Traveler, and Backpacker magazine, among others, as well on dozens of websites, including Lonely Planet, mindbodygreen, Adventure Journal, and REI Journal. Emily has also appeared on NPR and the podcasts Women Who Travel, Anxiously, The Outdoor Renaissance, Of Mountains and Men, and Tough Girl Podcast. Los Angeles is Emily's home base, but you can often find her sleeping in the dirt all over Sequoia, Yosemite, and the Eastern Sierra. https://brazenbackpacker.com
Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast
https://slasrpodcast.com/ SLASRPodcast@gmail.com Link to Golden Gaiter Awards Survey Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we will be doing a review of a recent winter hike on the Twins and Galehead. Will break down the route, trail conditions and crowds. Later in the show we are welcoming Captain and Lil Squirt for an around the world segment. They will join us to talk about their adventures in the White Mountains as well as their travels to Europe, Africa, Colorado, Ecuador, Patagonia, and Scotland Topics Catalytic Converter thief run over by car TiktToker claims UFO shot down over Keene, NH Lost and Found Glove Story Tenney Mountain is opening Missing Hiker in Leominster mystery Shoulder Season Talk 10 Essentials Talk Golden Gaiter Award Pop Culture Talk Recent Hike - Twins and Galehead Mountain Snowmobile adventures with Stomp Guests of the Week - Cap't Chris and Tracy (Lil Squirt) Black Bears and Sasquatch Third Man Factor Recent Search and Rescue News Story of Adventure Influencer - Arrest in Yellowstone, Death in BC Show Notes Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews SLASR Merchandise SLASR LinkTree Man run over and killed while in the middle of sawing off a catalytic converter Keene UFO Video Fall Up (Note - this turned out to be false) Tenney to open Bobcat or lost hiker? How essential are the 10 essentials? Mega thread Analysis of this article GPS Route for Twins and Galehead Researcher claims Black Bear population growth directly correlates to Bigfoot sightings Third Man Factor Hiker with broken neck walks to safety holding the fractured neck in place Hikers rescued in Death Valley Lost hiker found in Death Valley after hearing loud noises Guy gets arrested for going off the boardwalk in Yosemite in 2016, ,charged and went to jail for it, doesn't learn his lesson - ends up dying with 2 other friends after they fall off a 300 foot waterfall. Another Article about it High on Life YouTube Channel and Influencers in General Sponsors and Partners Vaucluse - Sweat less. Explore more. – Vaucluse Gear CS Instant Coffee Alzheimer's Association - 48 Peaks Sweet Beginnings Daycare
If the Catskills seem busier lately, you're not imagining it. According to a new report, visits to the Catskills more than doubled between 2018 and 2021, when the region welcomed an estimated 12 million travelers––that's roughly equivalent to the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and Yellowstone, combined! The ongoing deluge, it turns out, is the very reason for this report, prepared over two years by the Catskill Advisory Group, or CAG, and recently delivered the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Goals include: 1) balancing the increasing recreational use of the Park with 2) the continued protection and science-informed management of our natural resources while 3) ensuring the experience of using the Park is welcoming, accessible, and inclusive. To get a handle on all this, we spoke with Jeff Senterman, executive director of the Catskill Center, and a member of the advisory group that authored the report. Download the report here. This episode was sponsored by: Ulster Savings Bank Catskill Mountain Scenic Byway The Mountain Eagle And listeners like you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kaatscast/support
Ancestral Findings (Genealogy Gold Podcast)
Carleton Watkins was a well-known American photographer of the mid to late 1800s. Carleton is most famous for his use of mammoth plate photography in photographing Yosemite, as well as the giant sequoia trees of California. Let's learn more about this talented man and the interesting and innovative photographic technique that he is best known for using. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/carleton-watkins-and-mammoth-plate-photography
Nearly 15 years ago, with the FA of her route Meltdown, Beth Rodden gave us one of the hardest crack lines in Yosemite – if not the world – helping to solidify the role women have played in the development of hard rock climbing. Since then, she's also solidified herself as one of the leading voices in support of body positivity and healthier ideas surrounding body image in climbing. Today we REWIND to this conversation about parenting, identity, and climbing with the great Beth Rodden. Watch “Above the Fray” – a short film about Beth. Follow Beth on Instagram. Articles: Beth Rodden's Thoughts On Mentorship And Vulnerability In Today's Climbing World Climbing's Send-At-All-Costs Culture Almost Ruined Me Climbing, Motherhood, and Body Image This episode originally aired on February 17, 2018. The Power Company Podcast is brought to you by Power Company Climbing and is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. You can help us keep episodes ad-free by becoming a Patron for as little as $3 a month! Find full episode transcripts and more at our website.
Thank you for tuning in for another episode of Life's Best Medicine. Dr. Mindy Pelz is a renowned holistic health expert and one of the leading voices in educating women about their bodies. Teaching her signature “5-Step Approach,” Dr. Mindy has empowered hundreds of thousands of people around the world to harness their body's own healing abilities through fasting, diet variation, detoxing chemicals from the body, stress management, and lifestyle changes – as keys to achieving optimum health and slowing down the aging process. Her private coaching group, The Reset Academy, teaches women how to sync a fasting lifestyle with their hormones. In this conversation, Drs. Brian and Mindy talk about the many paradigms and methods for healing that Western medicine has forgotten about, how Dr. Mindy discovered the formula for fasting from a hormonal perspective, the differences between men and women when it comes to fasting and dealing with stress and how these differences relate to hormones, the ways in which women work against their hormones, the evolutionary and genetic basis for fasting, how fasting fixes the gut microbiome, the two primary factors that keep people from getting into ketosis, how the generation of ketones in the body can help women going through menopause, why hormonal care and hormonal awareness is crucial for preventing disease in both men and women, why muscle mass fights visceral fat, knowing when to use which kind of fast, and how fasting helps you to understand your relationship with food and eating. Life's Best Medicine According to Mindy: “Where I go when times are stressful and I need oxytocin is nature. I live in Northern California and I can pop over to the beach, I can go to Tahoe, I can go to Yosemite. I just get out and go. I also do a lot of walking because when you walk it calms the amygdala. So it turns the fear part of the brain down. I'm a connection person—my friends, my family, my community. I just lean into people I love and if I feel good around somebody or in an environment then I try to go around that more.” Thank you for listening. Have a blessed day and stay healthy! Links: HLTH Code: HLTH Code Promo Code: METHEALTH HLTH Code Website Dr. Mindy Pelz: Website YouTube Instagram Books Facebook Podcast Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Low Carb MD Podcast
The Story of My Boyhood and Youth by John Muir audiobook. "The only fire for the whole house was the kitchen stove, with a fire box about eighteen inches long and eight inches wide and deep,- scant space for three or four small sticks, around which in hard zero weather all the family of ten shivered, and beneath which in the morning we found our socks and coarse, soggy boots frozen solid." Thus, with perceptive eye for detail, the American naturalist, John Muir, describes life on a pioneer Wisconsin farm in the 1850's. Muir was only eleven years old when his father uprooted the family from a relatively comfortable life in Dunbar, Scotland, to settle in the backwoods of North America. The elder Muir was a religious fundamentalist. What his father taught, John Muir writes, was "grim self denial, in season and out of season, to mortify the flesh, keep our bodies in subjection to Bible laws, and mercilessly punish ourselves for every fault, imagined or committed." Muir's father believed that the Bible was "the only book human beings could possibly require," while John secretly read every volume of poetry and literature he could get his hands on. With no formal schooling after leaving Scotland, John also learned from nature--keenly observing details of the seasons, the life of the farm oxen, and wild animals and birds. John also became an amateur inventor, eking out time from farm chores by getting up at 1 a.m. to whittle intricate wooden clocks by candlelight in the unheated farm house basement. Muir finally made a break for freedom--his decision was to go to Madison, Wisconsin, and enter his clocks in the State Fair, with the hope that somebody might see them and offer him a job in a machine shop! All the baggage he carried the day he left home was a package made up of "two clocks and a small thermometer made of a piece of old washboard, all three tied together with no covering or case of any sort, the whole looking like one very complicated machine." His father's goodbye was to admonish John about the "wicked world" and to warn him sternly that if he should find himself in need of money, none would be forthcoming. John would have to depend on himself. How John Muir made his way from that Wisconsin farm to become the great American naturalist, spokesman for Yosemite and the California redwoods, is the stuff of legend: which makes Muir's autobiographical account of his early boyhood a fascinating read
Have you ever been afraid of destroying your date's leather seats with your orgasms? Baker, Chocolatier and Bawdy team member Crystal Crowe is so nervous about her first date with Hans Christian; will she talk too much? Is she what he expects, or will he reject her? Yet it's going so well; the conversation never falters and they share entrees - and pecan pie! - at her favorite restaurant for hours. Soon things get hot and heavy and and she's worried that she's gonna soak his muscle car's beautiful interior. Wait: if we're both such Nature Lovers, let's have messy sex outdoors! She can relax and have a view of the Bay, and he's got a view of…well, isn't that obvious by the name of this episode?! #Squirter #Insecure #PublicSex #Nature #SexOutdoors #Relax Song: ‘Sweetest Pie' (Megan Thee Stallion & Dua Lipa) About our Storyteller: Crystal Crowe is a Baker/Chef who makes amazing desserts, and by night she's a kinky opportunist. Crystal is also Dixie De La Tour's girl—you can find her running the VIP for Bawdy Storytelling and behind the scenes of all things Bawdy. Dixie says ‘Crystal is the hardest working person I've ever met', and she's been helping to keep Bawdy going for over 10 years now. When she is not cooking or telling stories (she's won Best of Bawdy TWICE!), she loves outdoor adventures, especially backpacking in Yosemite. If you're lucky enough find her when she's free, she's kinky, fun, and available. Ask: Crystal Crowe is sick with COVID right now, and that means she can't return to work for at least another 10 days. She fell behind financially while she was unemployed, so any $ you can send her way is greatly appreciated. Venmo @Crystal-Crowe-8 Paypal @CrystalCrowe CashApp $1CrystalCrowe Episode links: Dixie's Sex and Storytelling Workshop: My new workshop's start was delayed by my broken foot/borked ankle and COVID exposure - but that means you can still sign up to join us! 'How to Be Bawdy: Dixie's Secret System for Uncensored Storytelling' now starts on Tuesday, February 7th. Have you always wanted to share your own stories of Sex, Kink and Gender, but had no idea how to share them in a fun, engaging way that feels good? Want to learn about consent, gender representation and other special Bawdy subject matter? This is a 6 week Storytelling course that gives you my unique storytelling system AND helps you find the sexy details that bring your story to life. Work with me and a small group of sex-positive students to find, craft and tell your own stories in a fun, open-minded environment. Check out this video for more details #BlooperReel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-YhdAgyVmw The workshop includes 2 levels to choose from: The ‘Everything But' Level for the curious but shy, and the ‘All the Way' level, which includes private coaching sessions with me, a final performance and a video of your story to share. This is the first time I'm offering this highly anticipated Sex and Storytelling course, and I'd love for you to be part of it. And to get you there, I'm throwing in 2 new red hot bonuses: My new ‘9 Ways to find your Sexiest Stories' Guide, and The video replay of my new ‘Storytelling to Get the Sex* You Want' workshop PLUS: Get $50 off your registration with the promo code ‘GAMECHANGER' Register right now at https://tinyurl.com/HowToBeBawdy Bloom: BLOOM is an intimate audio platform that can help you take your pleasure to new heights. At BLOOM, you can nourish your deepest desires with plot-based audio erotica, dirty talk stories, guided masturbation sessions and more. And BLOOM isn't just for solo pleasure - their guided sex episodes and affirmations can help you connect with your partner(s) on a deeper level. Understanding your desires and indulging in pleasure has never been easier or more accessible, because now, there's Bloom. 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Tickets available now at https://tinyurl.com/BawdyTurns16 As we begin 2023, please consider a donation of any amount to Bawdy Storytelling. 2022 was financially devastating to this show, so your gift of any size can help us keep us going. Our donation links are: Venmo: Venmo.com/BawdyStorytelling Paypal: paypal.me/bawdystorytelling Zelle: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com CashApp: $DixieDeLaTour Every single dollar helps right now - and THANK YOU! What's the Best way to support Bawdy? By Becoming a Patreon member. This means that you'll provide ongoing monthly support to your favorite show and podcast. Join Bawdy's Patreon now and you'll get exclusive Patreon-only rewards, and my eternal gratitude. As a Bawdy Patreon member, your monthly membership ensures that our podcast, live shows and livestreams can continue. Become a Member now at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Wanna work one-on-one with Dixie? Want to learn to tell a compelling, relatable story? I can help you dig deep, gain understanding and communicate with clarity. Whether it's getting onstage, writing a memoir, creating a podcast, or learning brand storytelling for your business, I've got experience and can help. Email me at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make it happen. Bawdy Got Me Laid perfume, Bawdy Butter & more: Dixie has created her own fragrance: You'll love #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, scented with golden honey, amber, ylang ylang, and warm vanilla. There's also our (scented or unscented) creamy Bawdy Butter, Hair & Bawdy Oil, & more. Bawdy Got Me Laid Merchandise means you can deliver your own great smelling Motorboats while supporting Dixie and Bawdy. Get yours today at https://bawdystorytelling.com/merchandise Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it's a place to discuss the podcast's stories with the storytellers, share thoughts with your fellow listeners, & help Dixie make the podcast even better. 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There are only a few occasions when you might want to get an MRI on both feet. Truthfully, getting an insurance company to agree to pay for an MRI on both feet is not easy to do. A few years ago I helped a runner who was training for marathons when he got injured. He was super fit. But on a long, super steep run in Yosemite he did some damage to tendons in both of his feet. He really needed an MRI on both feet. So, I wrote an order for his MRI's. But, when the MRI facility tried to get prioritization, the insurance company denied the MRI request. That just didn't make any sense to me. Is it valuable to get an MRI on both feet? That's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
This week, the guys talk about some memorable vacations, food while traveling, dream travel destinations, sporting events, and more.Intro: J-Rob of The Cover 0 PodcastPromo: History Boiz Podcast & The Derek Duvall ShowAd: https://www.Jerky.pro (use code bleachbros5 at checkout)For Bleach Bros' socials, links, and streaming sites:https://bleachbros.comhttps://www.linktr.ee/bleachbrospodcastFor exclusive Bleach Bros content:https://www.patreon.com/bleachbrospodJoin the conversation in our FREE Discord server:https://discord.com/invite/BbYjgAGDH6Bleach Bros Podcast is a Spreaker Prime podcast. For more information:https://try.spreaker.com/prime-program/
When Life was bad - only music will save Lol & Robert see the Stranglers together Worship at the thrones of Tama and ZildjianLols first kit - took years to buy! Budgie's first kit has a facelift for Cut Meet the creme de la creme of Liverpool misfitsHansa signed The Cure for the way they looked Julianne is transformed when playing live Budgie loves talking to the audience - offstageLol prefers a big crowd – not the whites of their eyesJulianne liked the fragrance of pipe tobacco But smoke never touched her vocal cordsBudgie aspired to Sobranie Black RussianLol smoked Capstan on the school bus upstairs Lol didn't love his 50's but loves his 60's Nothing really matters is our maxim today Budgie is simplifying with no second guessing We accept each moment as our third act commencesNative American drums in Yosemite's wildernessSlowing the dynamo, we go with the flow Try not to miss those magical moments Sweet Love transcends All Respect: Jet Black - ‘Golden Brown, Grip & Peaches' (26 August 1938 – 6 December 2022) CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646 Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
The man who stopped the Monterey Park shooter, Brandon Tsay, to be honored, there's weird warm weather in January because of the Omega block,the dead bodies of a couple who fell at Yosemite were recovered and less than a third of U.S. workers feel engaged at work.
America's true national treasures are our National Parks! Stewards of our parks are the thousands of men and women working for the National Park Services as rangers. Today we will be speaking with Ranger Connie Lau who is currently working at the Grand Canyon but works at Yosemite in Summer. She will tell us about her journey, some of her experiences as a park ranger, as well as some of the amazing contributions that Asian Americans had on Yosemite. ***minor CORRECTION, Connie mentioned that it took 6 months to finish Tioga Road, it actually only took 4 months! Amazing!*** You can follow Ranger Connie @theclausroom.outdoors on Instagram, and for more general information you can follow the NPS @nationalparkservice or go to NPS.gov to learn more about our wonderful National Parks! The children's book about Tie Sing called Mountain Chef by Annette Pimentel can be found online, or the first-hand account of Tie Sing's amazing culinary feats is at https://www.nps.gov/parkhistory/online_books/albright2/pdf/ch7.pdf Our email is Infatuasianpodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Instagram @theinfatuasianpodcast Find us at Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, etc While you're there, please give us a follow and a rating! Our Theme: “Super Happy J-Pop Fun-Time” by Prismic Studios was arranged and performed by All Arms Around #nationalparkservice #asianpodcast #asian #asianamerican #infatuasian #infatuasianpodcast #aapi #veryasian #asianamericanpodcaster #representationmatters
This week, Alexa tells Ryan the tragic case of Steven Stayner and his shocking connection to the Yosemite Killer. Support the show!https://www.buzzsprout.com/1811808/supporters/newShow Sources: https://allthatsinteresting.com/cary-staynerHow a nudist colony helped FBI agents find a Yosemite serial killer and how the agents got his confessionabcnews.go.comOvershadowed All His Life / Low-key Cary Stayner took back seat to kidnapped brothersfgate.comWhat Is Yosemite Killer Cary Stayner's Life Like Today?aetv.comAn FBI Agent Recounts a Repulsive Request by Serial Killer Cary Stayner During His Interrogationaetv.comThe Most Depressing Follow-up to a Happy Ending Ever: The Steven Stayner Story.medium.comGoing home: The story of Steven Staynercrimeandinvestigation.co.ukCaptive Audience True Story: What Happened To Kenneth Parnellscreenrant.com
In this final episode on the Guardian of Yosemite, we look at the end of Clark's life and his legacy.
In this episode, Brittany and Jess review the 1999 disappearance and murder of 4 women near Yosemite National Park. We talk about the man who ended up confessing to the murders, the road that led him to make those decisions, and how investigators came to suspect him. Case episodes will be released every Monday. They are available anywhere you get your podcasts, including Youtube."Atlantean Twilight" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/References:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Staynerhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cary_Stayner https://abcnews.go.com/2020/story?id=123868&page=1https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/bodies-found-in-yosemite-serial-killer-case https://www.strangeoutdoors.com/true-crime-in-the-outdoors/tag/Carole+Sund+yosemite+murders https://www.nytimes.com/1999/03/27/us/body-of-third-missing-woman-is-found-along-a-highway-leading-to-yosemite.htmlhttps://lasvegassun.com/news/1999/oct/21/chronology-of-yosemite-slayings-case/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYEhJNg3uJo https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1999-mar-27-mn-21536-story.html https://www.sfgate.com/california-parks/article/serial-killer-murder-Yosemite-national-california-15708650.php https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/crimefeed/serial-killer/heroism-and-horror-one-brother-was-kidnapped-the-other-became-a-serial-killerFacebook - Truth, Lies, and AlibisInstagram - @truthliesandalibisTwitter - @TLandApodcastYoutube - Truth, Lies & Alibis PodcastEmails can be sent to - TLApodcast@yahoo.comPodcast website - Truthliesandalibis.buzzsprout.com
National Parks Traveler Podcast
There is a wide acceptance that we have drifted too far away from nature, and that we need to pull closer. Many have called for 30 by 30 - conserving 30% of nature by 2030. The 2022 State of the Birds Report pointed out that more than half of bird species normally found in habitats as diverse as forests, deserts and oceans in the United States are in decline. Climate change is a major factor in those declines, but human development also plays a key role by chewing into wildlife habitat and creating biological islands. How do we reverse declines in wildlife and in wildlife habitat? Can we prevent Yellowstone, Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Parks, and other large Western landscape parks from turning into biological islands? Today we're going to explore the problems, and possible solutions, with Elaine Leslie, who was the National Park Service's Chief for Biological Resources before retiring, and Bart Melton, who leads the National Parks Conservation Association's Wildlife Program.
Elite climber Peter Croft shares his struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - It's hard to overstate the impact Peter Croft has had on the sport of rock climbing and on inspiring generations of climbers. He is an incredibly well rounded climber, though perhaps best known for his impressive free solos, many hundreds (maybe thousands of them at this point), including Astroman and The Rostrum in Yosemite. Amongst Peter's other most notable climbs are the first free ascent of Moonlight Buttress in Zion, Venturi Effect in the high sierra, and Solar Flare on Incredible Hulk. Over a 40+ year career I could spend all day talking about what Peter has climbed so I'll wrap it up with just a couple other mind-boggling accomplishments on big walls: He was the first to link up El Cap and Half dome in a day, which he did with his good friend John Bachar… and he was the first to onsight The Shadow in Squamish, which is a stunning 5.13 that went unrepeated as an onsight for more than 30 years (and some really big names tried it). Peter is an absolute master of endurance and efficiency, born from decades of soloing up and DOWN routes and linking up incredibly long traverses. There's likely no other climber in the world as intimately familiar with movement over rock than Peter is, especially when it comes to multi-pitch granite and crack climbing. He is as impressive as he is humble, and this conversation is so full of wisdom and genuine stoke I just know it's going to fill your heart. - CHAPTERS: Struggle: 0:16:02 Training: 0:22:47 Nutrition: 0:35:56 Tactics: 0:42:26 Mental Game: 0:55:13 Purpose: 1:11:44 Takeaways: 1:21:50 - Follow along on Instagram @thestruggleclimbingshow. Do you want to climb with the legend himself? You can hire Peter as a guide and enjoy the greatest day of climbing in your life -- simply drop him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. - PhysiVantage is the official climbing-nutrition sponsor of The Struggle. Visit www.physivantage.com/discount/STRUGGLE15 to receive 15% off your full priced nutrition order. Petzl is the official gear sponsor of The Struggle. Check out their amazing products, including their Hirundos harness, at your local gear shop and learn more at petzl.com. This episode is sponsored by FrictionLabs. No fillers, made in the US, and the best you can get. Chalk up less and climb more with FrictionLabs! Visit www.frictionlabs.com and enter code STRUGGLE20 at checkout for 20% off your first order. - The Struggle is carbon-neutral in partnership with The Honnold Foundation, whose mission is to promote solar energy for a more equitable world. - Want to be a podcast hero and score yourself some rad limited edition swag? Support the show and the climbers who make it by becoming a Patron at www.patreon.com/thestruggleclimbingshow - Still reading? You deserve a free sticker: Please rate and review the show -- it really helps us to reach a wider audience! Snap a pic of your review, post to IG, and tag @thestruggleclimbingshow so that we can find you, and we'll send you a sticker just because you're rad. - This show is produced and hosted by Ryan Devlin. The Struggle is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective, a diverse group of the best, most impactful podcasts in the outdoor industry. - The struggle makes us stronger. Let's climb hard and do good things in the world!
Have you ever thought that it was too late to achieve a goal? That being past 50 years old meant that certain things were out of your reach forever? This week on Pursue Your Spark, our guest, Dierdre Wolownick, tells us how we can truly achieve anything we put our mind to, even when we're older than 70. 4 Steps To Achieve Any Goal, No Matter Your Age Dierdre is an author, mother, professor, marathoner, and musician, speaks 8 languages, plays several instruments, and founded and conducted the West Sacramento Orchestra, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. She is also the oldest woman to climb Yosemite's El Capitan, the iconic 3,200-foot granite wall in Yosemite National Park. She broke her record after scaling the rock face when she was 66 and for a second time on her 70th birthday. What a legend! Despite what people think, life after 50 is still a life worth enjoying with fun and adventure. Dierdre shredded her fears and started climbing at 59! What is something you've been dreaming of doing but felt as if the time has passed? Whatever it is, take a page from Dierdre's book, and do it anyways by having the courage, journaling your dreams, getting rid of stifling beliefs, and doing the unexpected. Eliminate any thought or belief that keeps you in the box you have put yourself in. Three of these fears mentioned in the podcast relate to time, uncertainty, and age. What if I don't have enough time to pursue my spark after dealing with family duties? What if I am unsure about my dreams and desires or don't even know what goals I'd like to achieve? What if I truly am too old? Dierdre explains that you can always make time for what's important if you want it badly enough. She also encourages us to recall what made us happy as a child and go back to explore that passion. In doing so, we should embrace aging, as it is a natural part of life, and make the time to keep being exhilarated by the child-like activities we did when we were young. She has so much more advice to give us on this topic, but you should finish the podcast and then grab a copy of her book, The Sharp End of Life: A Mother's Story. As you heard here, you will learn how to “…make friends with fear in all its forms” and catapult into your brave future, where all of your “crazy” goals are met, regardless of your age. Click here to listen! Rating, Review & Follow on Apple Podcasts Heike's insights are so helpful in creating a well-rounded, healthy lifestyle! Loving every episode of the Pursue Your Spark podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, consider rating and reviewing my show here! Your action helps me support more empty-nester moms 50+ – just like you – thriving in their second half of life. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with 5 stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then, let me know what you loved most about the episode! There is always something new on the feed, and if you have not joined the show, there's a chance you'll miss out. JOIN NOW! Links mentioned in the show: Paktli Foods: https://paktlifoods.com/ - Use code PURSUEYOURSPARK15 for 15% off your order of a Celebration Box or individually packed Paktli snacks! Fasted + Fit Over 50 Jump Start: Check out the new Protein Recipe Pack Boost Your Energy With Nutrition Strategies For Women over 50 How to reach Dierdre: Get her book on Amazon Instagram Facebook Website
Fresno has made the list of Forbes‘ “Best Places To Live In California In 2023”. Forbes analyzed cities by pulling recent data on key lifestyle factor, in addition to the unemployment and crime rate. The other nine cities on the list were Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Jose, Vallejo, Oxnard, Modesto & BakersfieldFresno Yosemite International Airport boasted the third-highest on-time performance for arriving and departing flights among mid-sized to large airports across North America in 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This full episode is available for Patrons right now! Jordan Cannon tunes in from Alex Honnold's podcasting closet to chat about playing hockey in Las Vegas, how he is rethinking his training for 2023, and his recent send of ‘ Wet Lycra Nightmare' (5.13d, 9 pitches) on the Leaning Tower in Yosemite. We hope you enjoy this geek-out!Become a Patron to get access to the full episode! And support the podcast! *The full version is 2:03:36.*Watch the uncut video interview here!patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingJordan's Original Episode:EP 115: Jordan Cannon (April 18, 2022)
For Madera County near Yosemite, the new year has brought more than just stormy weather. The county's only hospital closed. That leaves 150,000 residents without specialty care, without an emergency room and many of the hospital's 700 employees without a job. Guests: Omar Rashad and Dympna Ugwu-Oju, Reporters, Fresnoland Los Angeles City Council members are renewing calls for unarmed crisis response efforts by LAPD. This comes after the first week of the year saw two fatal police shootings, and the death of 31-year-old Keenan Anderson, who was repeatedly tased by officers. Reporter: Robert Garrova, KPCC Pacific Gas and Electric is in criminal court again, this time to fight charges it killed four Shasta County residents in a 2020 wildfire. The company is facing four counts of manslaughter for its alleged role in starting the Zogg Fire near Redding. Reporter: Dan Brekke, KQED Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Cary, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Cary Stayner.(commercial at 12:42)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/
PART TWO:The story of the Yosemite Village murders is one that is filled with wtf moments. From Steven Stayner being kidnapped and then escaping to his brother Carey, how had harbored thoughts of hurting and killing women since childhood, acting on those thoughts after his brothers death and becoming a serial killer. In this episode, we take a deep dive into those murders and how the authorities eventually captured Carey Stayner.(commercial at 19:09)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.outsideonline.com/adventure-travel/yosemite-horror/
The Nature Photography Podcast
From California to Oregon, this episode covers photographing waterfalls from Yosemite valley to the middle of Oregon. Finding the water at the best time of year and how to photograph waterfalls.Razor-Sharp Nature Photography eBook: http://bit.ly/3L7nP3Mwww.imagelight.com(email) Terry@imagelight.com
The Lore Lodge Official Podcast
Home to beautiful scenery, natural wonders, and countless hiking trails, Yosemite National Park is also known for something much darker: the unsolved disappearances of numerous people. From a mystery body discovered in the 60's to the disappearances of teenaged Stacy Arras and hiker Timothy Barnes in the 1980's, this national treasure seems to be hiding a concerning secret. Welcome back to The Lore Lodge... Subscribe on Patreon to support The Lore Lodge for just $1 per month! https://patreon.com/thelorelodge Check out more of our stuff via https://linktr.ee/theaidanmattis Shop our curated storefront at https://amazon.com/shop/aidanmattis Discord: https://discord.gg/233tjGj46z Buy our signature coffee roast at https://tablowroastingco.com/products/the-lore-lodge-mt-pocono-perk Shop at Target and support The Lore Lodge at https://goto.target.com/lorelodge Shop sustainable products at https://www.gaiaindustrees.com/ using code "LORE"
A collection of 42 essays meditating on both California's natural gifts and its natural disasters, Natural Consequences: Intimate Essays for a Planet in Peril (Chin Music, 2022) urges readers to consider their role in the environment, no matter where they live. Char Miller's approach to his topic is intimate and immediate but also incorporates his perspective as a historian. He weaves the present dilemma of Hetch Hetchy dam in Yosemite into a reflection on the injustices wreaked upon Indigenous peoples, and a discussion of the Weeks Act of 1911 (read the essay “Upper Reaches” if you're wondering what that is) into a tale of two environmental historians' conferences. Organized into six sections, the book is like a meander through a broad topography, including urban areas, total wilderness, and the uneasy liminal spaces between. Throughout, Miller acknowledges his own, and our collective, role in arriving at this perilous place – and manages to strike a balance between hope and concern. His disarmingly brief essays linger after the words are gone. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author living in Cambridge, England. Long before moving to the UK, she was an Environmental Studies student at UC Santa Cruz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
New Books in Environmental Studies
A collection of 42 essays meditating on both California's natural gifts and its natural disasters, Natural Consequences: Intimate Essays for a Planet in Peril (Chin Music, 2022) urges readers to consider their role in the environment, no matter where they live. Char Miller's approach to his topic is intimate and immediate but also incorporates his perspective as a historian. He weaves the present dilemma of Hetch Hetchy dam in Yosemite into a reflection on the injustices wreaked upon Indigenous peoples, and a discussion of the Weeks Act of 1911 (read the essay “Upper Reaches” if you're wondering what that is) into a tale of two environmental historians' conferences. Organized into six sections, the book is like a meander through a broad topography, including urban areas, total wilderness, and the uneasy liminal spaces between. Throughout, Miller acknowledges his own, and our collective, role in arriving at this perilous place – and manages to strike a balance between hope and concern. His disarmingly brief essays linger after the words are gone. Rachel Pagones is an acupuncturist, educator, and author living in Cambridge, England. Long before moving to the UK, she was an Environmental Studies student at UC Santa Cruz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies
America's National Parks Podcast
In this month's national park news, we share some changes to timed-entry reservation programs at Glacier, Yosemite, Arches, Zion, and Rocky Mountain National Parks. Plus, there's some new funding for parks, and what destinations might become national parks in 2023.
Brett and Jimmy discuss spending the holidays with family, Jimmy's experience voice acting on Family Guy, Lionel Messi and Argentina beat France for the World Cup, Brett's road trip to Yosemite, recent news on Sam Bankman-Fried, and more. Follow us on- Twitter- @AdvConnors @JimmyConnors @Brett_Connors IG- @AdvConnors @Bretterz @GolddoodIsabella @Finefocusla Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Timmy O'Neill's climbing career spans more than 30 years. He's traveled the world, gaining climbing accolades and wisdom about life, and once spent 60 days living in a cave in Joshua Tree National Park, sharing his food cache with mice who also called it home. His resume of first ascents includes routes in Patagonia, Namibia and Madagascar. He's spent much of his climbing life in and around Yosemite, where he once held the speed record on the nose of El Capitan after climbing the route with Dean Potter in 3 hours, 24 minutes in 2001. O'Neill is co-founder of Paradox Sports, an organization that creates opportunities in adaptive climbing. Today, O'Neill is executive director of the Yosemite Climbing Association. In this episode, Timmy shares his excitement for the expansion of the YCA's Facelift program and his desire to leave the planet in better shape than he found it. He reflects on 30 years of climbing, and why he values experiences far more than things. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest: Timmy O'Neill Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn Photos by Timmy O'Neill and Corey Rich
MISSING 411- Visiting And DISAPPEARING In The SmokiesVisiting And DISAPPEARING In The Smokies: Mysteries persist in visitor disappearancesEight cases from Yosemite, five from the Grand Canyon, two from Shenandoah Valley, and there's one apiece from Mesa Verde, Crater Lake, Hawai'i Volcanoes, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain and Chiricahua National Monument. Another four are from the Great Smoky Mountains.Missing 411 – Mysterious child disappearances in national parksMissing 411 – Mysterious child disappearances in national parks. Each year, hundreds of people are reported missing in national parks and forests. Most are eventually found, but there's a smaller category of cases that are never solved.MISSING 411 Visiting DISAPPEARING Smokies Creatures Paranormal Supernatural Park Rangers Bigfoot Mysteries Reddit 2022 Best Missing Persons Mysteries Stories Podcast 2022 national parks
Today's guest is David! Founder of Avid4 Adventure, which engages kids in active outdoor pursuits in a safety-oriented, environmentally responsible manner. David has built his career not only as a lifelong outdoor enthusiast and outdoor industry leader, but also as a parent and an educator. David has served on a number of boards and in a variety of roles over the years, such as the Director of Outdoor Education at CU, Boulder and past President of the Outdoor Industry Association. As you'll hear, David has a wealth of knowledge and an extensive background in both the outdoor space as well as in entrepreneurship. Here's a few more things we talk about: The value of doing market research Engaging kids in active outdoor lifestyles Diversifying the outdoor space at the leadership level Social Media Channels: @Avid4 Adventure Website: www.Avid4.com www.workbright.com ~ Live your dreams, and happy adventuring! YOUR HOST LIZ: Connect with me on Instagram @LizLandeen Find out about my various programs to support entrepreneurs and/or set up a FREE 30-minute clarity call with me at https://www.lizlandeen.com/ LOOKING FOR GUESTS! Are you an Outdoor Entrepreneur? Want to be a guest on the podcast? Fill out the guest submission form to be considered for the show at https://www.lizlandeen.com/podcast The Outdoor Entrepreneur Team: Produced by Vandalpop Media at www.vandalpop.com.
ASIAN AMERICA: THE KEN FONG PODCAST
Ranger Yenyen Chan has been on the permanent staff of this incredible national park for the past 20 years. Not only is she an expert on its history, geology, and biology, but she's also the one to consult to learn of the vital contributions of many Chinese Americans to this iconic park.
We're sharing the first episode of our Dope Lake series that we're running on our show Climbing Gold. In 1976, a plane carrying four million dollars in marijuana crashed into a small alpine lake in the Yosemite high country. Broke and living off discarded scraps of tourist meals in the valley below, America's best climbers smelled opportunity. The events at Dope Lake became climbing's most potent myth and inspired a Hollywood blockbuster, but the real story and the lives it changed is stranger than fiction
We had a fantastic, life-changing interview with one of our heroes, Alex Honnold! You probably know Alex from the movie Free Solo, which documented his climb of El Capitan in Yosemite, possibly the most historic athletic achievement ever. But did you know that Alex is also a runner, recently completing a 50k, with plans for more? It was SO FREAKING FUN to pick his brain on climbing and running training. We asked some smart questions and some dumb ones, as is our nature. But the training discussion was just the beginning! Alex also talked to us about avoiding the pitfalls of external validation, his advice to aspiring young athletes, the reality of aging as an athlete, parenting, fueling, and SO MUCH MORE. And get a load of this: After an hour, he turned the tables on us and asked questions about running training. His curiosity was inspiring as heck, and we all flew our freak flags together. Alex is not just a legendary athlete, he is a stellar human whose kindness and humor lifts up everyone around him. We loved this interview, and we can't wait for you to listen! We appreciate you all so much. WOOHOO! Donate to the Honnold Foundation, supporting equitable access to solar energy: https://www.honnoldfoundation.org/donate Support the podcast: patreon.com/swap Try Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/swap
We start this episode with Steven in the United Kingdom and Steven will be sharing his UFO experiences, some strange activity in Yosemite park and a paranormal encounter in France. And then we connect with Miriam in New York City, who witnessed with a colleague a large triangular craft that was dark in colour with a spectacular array of bright lights underneath while they were in stuck in slow-moving traffic on 9th Avenue.More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.com/ep-204-white-rabbit-theres-ufos-over-new-york/Want to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comOr Fill out Guest Form: https://forms.gle/WMX8JMxccpCG2TGc9Podcast Merchandise:https://www.teepublic.com/user/ufo-chronicles-podcastHelp Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://www.patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/UFOchronpodcastThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.
This podcast was recorded many months ago but Justine just finally edited and posted it. Enjoy this little time capsule
Yosemite, 1970's – it was the heart of the climbing revolution. You've heard a lot of voices and names in the Dope Lake series – John Long, Jim Bridwell, John Bachar, Dale Bard, Vern Clevenger, John Yablonski. Big names with big personalities that helped write the history of Yosemite Valley across all the disciplines – big wall, free climbing and bouldering. When the decade started, the hardest route in Yosemite checked in at 5.10. By the end of the decade, that standard would climb to 5.13
RUNDOWN To kick off the post-Thanksgiving and Seahawks bye week show, the guys tease their game recap before Mitch chats about his recent trip to the movies and their lack of interest in The World Cup! Then, Mitch and Hotshot provide reaction to the Seahawks overtime loss to the Raiders before diving into Michael Penix Jr.'s performance in the Apple Cup to cap off a spectacular regular season. Today's guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Danny O'Neil, & Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table. The show concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment which covers TO & OBJ in the news, the college football coaching carousel, and a new pairing featuring a Pippen and a Jordan! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Danny O'Neil | The Dang Apostrophe Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Do the listeners actually enjoy the discussions about Seahawks games on this show right after the final whistle? 7:27 | How did the guys celebrate their Thanksgiving Day with the family? 23:41 | The password for this week's trio of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 28:39 | Mitch and Hotshot reluctantly provide their main takeaways from the disappointing overtime loss to the Raiders. 38:19 | Will Kalen DeBoer's high-octane offense persist if Michael Penix Jr. decides to leave for the NFL? 56:17 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back after a thrilling weekend in college football with the conference championships up next and a Husky team setting its sights on a New Year's bowl game. 1:23:12 | GUEST: Danny O'Neil swings by after his trip to Yosemite to take some cracks at Coug fans and express his concern about a letdown in the bowl game and Seahawks playoff chances. 1:45:25 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard to break down the OT defeat to Las Vegas at Lumen Field on Sunday afternoon. 2:16:28 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from misbehaving wide receivers, shakeups in the college football coaching world, and an odd celebrity couple featuring family members of Bulls legends.
The gold rush begins. When two skiers reported a possible plane crash, Yosemite Ranger Tim Setnicka started making calls. Pretty soon he realized the Park Service had a serious investigation on their hands. When federal agents landed in El Cap Meadow, the Camp 4 climbers knew something was up, but had no idea their lives were about to change.