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  1. This month, a chat with one of the editors of Gear Report, Chris Gerken. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Gear Report (website) – TarHeel State Hangers (facebook group) Gå til artikkelen
  2. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Mer om fiske i Tana Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Gå til Podcasten
  3. Plenty to get your teeth into today. Our main guest is Paul “Skunkape” Collins, a man who took on the Appalachian Trail in 2012 and has missed it every day since. He also plans to get back on the trail in 2022, his 10-year trailiversary. He took over 2,000 photos (carrying a DSLR camera) and shared them with friends and, most particularly with his mother. Prior to her death, he celebrated the trail with her in a really touching way. You can see some of Paul’s pics on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hikingwithskunkape/ and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/hiking_with_skunkape/ I join my fellow Hiking Radio Network podcasts–Julie Gayheart and Anna Huthmaker–in a panel discussion on the ramifications of the virus on hiking long-distance trails. Additionally, Dr. Lynne returns to the show, with real-world experience of what the virus is doing to us and some helpful tips. Finally, Grandma Gatewood reveals more of her brutal life and reaches Harpers Ferry. If you like what we’re doing on the Hiking Radio Network, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. The donate button is on the Mighty Blue podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Any support is gratefully received. The post Episode #212 – Paul Collins (Skunkape) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  4. TUR & TØYS tar dagens hverdag på alvor og gir gode tips hvis det shit hits the fan. Hvordan overleve «unsupported» når du er overlatt til deg selv, alle forsyninger er borte og du har ingenting å spise? Fortvil ikke, det er fremdeles håp! Vi har laget en overlevelsesguide til hvordan du kan overleve måneder på egen hånd - . Nemlig - kunsten å spise seg selv! View the full article
  5. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to sweep the world, Andrew and Ryan take a hard look at responsible backpacking in 2020. They are joined by Jeff Garmire: repeat guest, elite long-distance athlete, author, and FKT holder - and Maggie Slepian: thru-hiker, climber, freelance writer, and Managing Editor of the Trek. Also in this episode: Are group trips possible once the pandemic begins to recede Resources for managing your non-backpacking time Thoughts on how to stay sane in a year of social distancing and too much indoor time Click here for show notes: https://backpackinglight.com/podcast-25-covid-19 This podcast is brought to you ad-free by the subscribing members of backpackinglight.com. Please leave us a review and rating, it helps other people find our show. View the full article
  6. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Gå til Podcasten
  7. We have another pastor on the show today. Cari Pattison is a member of the Class of 2019 (as am I) and she tells the story of her hike as it unfolded last year. She had planned a return to the trail this year but, with the Corona Virus now threatening to overrun most of us, she has had to accept that this year won’t be possible for her. Cari’s calm presence on the show may well reassure others as they contemplate their own broken plans. If you’d like to follow Cari on Instagram, you can find her at https://www.instagram.com/follow_thejoy/ Additionally, her fascinating and extremely well-written blog on the Trek can be found at https://thetrek.co/author/cari-pattison/ There are a lot of different opinions on the virus and how hikers should respond. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy has had its say (along with the associations of other long-distance trails) and I will be giving my view on the show this week. To add to that, we have a hiker who (at March 25) is currently still hiking north. Grandma Gatewood continues her struggle north, with Post-WWII America unfolding in front of her. If you like what we’re doing on the Hiking Radio Network, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. The donate button is on the Mighty Blue podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Any support is gratefully received. The post Episode #211 – Cari Pattison (Sprout) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  8. Lars og Aleks tar en oppsummering av hva som har skjedd i turverdenen. Eventyraften 2020, Expedition Finse og Expedition Amundsen er tilbakelagt. Men hva nå? Må alle drømmer kanselleres? Hva skal eventyrlystne mennesker finne på i disse tider? Og hvordan kan turfolket takle dette? Aleksanders hypotese er at turfolket har bedre forutsetninger for å takle raske endringer i hverdagen. Nå får vi testet oss. For det er definitivt tid for å utnytte alle mulighetene ved å være ute. Aleks røper også at han samler DVD`er og gir hjemmekontortips. View the full article
  9. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Gå til Podcasten
  10. This is a special show that takes in the Corona Virus and its implications for hikers, as well as a father and son pair of pastors preparing to hike the Appalachian Trail. First, we have Aaron and BG Turner, two men ready for the adventure of their life, yet torn with doubt over the advisability of the hike. This situation is changing so quickly that I thought it was important to not only hear from Aaron and BG, but it was also important to get an expert on the show to help us in our deliberations regarding this outbreak. Heather “Brave” Sloan is a public health educator and gives us up-to-the-minute advice on what we should be considering. She may well be needed on the show in a week or so for further updates. You can check out Heather’s Facebook page if you’d like to learn more about staying healthy on the trail. https://www.facebook.com/stayinghealthyontheappalachiantrail/ Kate Stillwell continues to count down to her own AT flip flop, though that decision is similarly conflicting her. And Grandma Gatewood reaches Damascus, with the whole of America in a road-building frenzy. If you like what we’re doing on the Hiking Radio Network, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. The donate button is on the Mighty Blue podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Any support is gratefully received. Music for the “A Woman of a Certain Age” segment is by permission of Kate’s friend, John Jensen. You can see and hear it in full on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlP7g7qivo4 Thanks, John. The post Episode #210 – Aaron and BG Turner PLUS Heather “Brave” Sloan appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  11. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Relevante linker for episoden: Varsom.no Gå til Podcasten
  12. This week, now that we’ve finished reading his book Hiking Through, Paul Stutzman shares with us his hiking and personal journeys. We’ve learned about his AT trip and I wanted to know what happened after he stepped off the trail. Like his books, Paul is funny, perceptive, and occasionally serious. If you’d like to learn more about Paul or buy some of his books, you can visit his website at http://paulstutzman.com/ We also chat again with Kate Stillwell, our Woman of a Certain Age. Kate is using her 2017 experience on the trail with her daughter to dial in her gear. With less than three weeks to go, Kate’s journey is nearly upon us. Finally, in Grandma Gatewood’s Walk, Emma’s sometimes brutal early life is juxtaposed against the freedom of her hike. If you like what we’re doing on the Hiking Radio Network, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. The donate button is on the Mighty Blue podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Any support is gratefully received. Music for the “A Woman of a Certain Age” segment is by permission of Kate’s friend, John Jensen. You can see and hear it in full on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlP7g7qivo4 Thanks, John. The post Episode #209 – Paul Stutzman (Apostle) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  13. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Relevante linker for episoden: Kart over vassdrag i Finnmark med anadrom laksefisk Gå til Podcasten
  14. We first met Chloe Decamera a few weeks ago on the show, informing us about the critical Leave No Trace principles and, in a follow-up conversation, it was clear that Chloe had her own Appalachian Trail story about her trek in 2015. She was very intentional about how she came to the trail, writing a thesis about Appalachian Trail thru-hiking as a spiritual experience and volunteering for the ATC. As you’ll hear, meeting the inspirational Jennifer Pharr Davis was a great motivator for her own journey. If you’d like to see more of what Chloe does, click on this link to the ATC’s Start Smart program https://youtu.be/J_-evEG3fFg Also today, we have the start of a new series; A Woman of a Certain Age, where Kate Stillwell prepares for and then attempts a thru-hike of the AT from April 1. In this episode, Steve and Kate talk, along with Kate’s daughter Alexa, or Tinkerbell. Our new book, Grandma Gatewood’s Walk, by Ben Montgomery, teaches us more about the harshness of Emma’s life and the early days of her epic journey. If you like what we’re doing on the Hiking Radio Network, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. The donate button is on the Mighty Blue podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Any support is gratefully received. Music for the “A Woman of a Certain Age” segment is by permission of Kate’s friend, John Jensen. Thanks, John. The post Episode #208 – Chloe Decamera (Vulture) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  15. This month, Chris chats with the owners of Trailheadz Hammocks, Karen and John Rammel. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Trailheadz Hammocks (company) Gå til artikkelen
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