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  1. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Relevante linker for episoden Besøk Lars Andreas Dybvik på www.uskarp.no Profesjonell facebookside facebookside Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Podcasten Uteliv samarbeider med: Camp Villmark Norges største villmarksmesse ( Norges Varemesse 26. til 28. april 2019) Gå til Podcasten
  2. It’s Smokies Week on the show and plenty of uphills on the way to Clingmans Dome. I became part of, and lost, my first tramily, and loved my time with them. I also met the very sweet Little Foot (follow her YouTube channel “Hike with Little Foot”) and the enormously positive Posi (@MattBurnsFat on Facebook and Instagram). I even hiked with Ryan Hopkins and his buddy Chris. Ryan is the man putting this show out every week. It was great to meet up with both of them. Now, I’m alone again and getting out of the Smokies in a couple of days. Max Patch and Hot Springs are upcoming highlights. The post Episode #139 – Appalachian Trail (Days 20 to 23) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  3. Tur og Tøys vandrer hvileløst og studioløse rundt i Oslos gater og viser kunsten med å gå rundt grøten etter vann. Omsider blir vi med på kåring av Årets TURJENTE (Spoiler Alert: Guro Krempig). Hva vil det å si være turjente-ambassadør? Er det bare fordeler, eller kan du risikere å bli stalket ned? Og når kommer TURGUTTER.no ? Aleks og Lars funderer på - hva kan vi gutta lære av jentene på tur? Er jentene tregere ut av teltet? Har de mer system i sakene? Og hvordan blir gutta når de har MANSEN? Og hva i all verden skal man egentlig med skjegg på tur!!? Send oss DIN mening - hva er de største ulikhetene mellom gutter og jenter på tur, og vinn freebees! View the full article
  4. Another few days with varying fortunes. The week started disastrously with the loss of a vital piece of equipment. The views continued to make the heart fly and the Smoky Mountain got closer and closer. Along the way, the humanity of hikers was on full display, especially one night in a very full shelter (Picture thanks to Ashley “Boomer” Enders). These are the evenings to relish and the ones that will stick in my mind long after the hike is over. Now, after my longest day, I’m set to tackle the Smokies from Sunday and hope to report back after I reach Newfound Gap. Bring ‘em on. The post Episode #138 – Appalachian Trail (Days Seventeen to Nineteen) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  5. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Nettsted www.randulfvalle.no Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Podcasten Uteliv samarbeider med: Camp Villmark Norges største villmarksmesse ( Norges Varemesse 26. til 28. april 2019) Gå til Podcasten
  6. Another three-day stint between stops in town took Steve from Franklin to Nantahala Outdoor Center. Before he even left Franklin, however, he started with one of the finest breakfasts that he has ever had. Listen to what he had. Another view, this time with Rowemer in the foreground, was taken from about 5,000 feet elevation. The rain has stayed away and an opportunity to catch a perfect sunrise came just north of Cold Spring Shelter. While the picture doesn’t do justice to the moment, you can see how a dry day can paint such gorgeous pictures in the sky. The post Episode #137 – Appalachian Trail (Days Fourteen to Sixteen) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  7. The trail has been testing this past four days. Steve left Dick’s Creek Gap last Thursday morning and has now reached Franklin NC after three nights in the woods. 48 hours of rain and not enough food has been testing but he has managed to push through. He is already learning how different his two journeys are going to be, with new challenges making him manage his clothing a little differently to last time. He has met a few families along the trail and two of them share their stories this week. The post Episode #136 – Appalachian Trail (Days Ten to Thirteen) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  8. Lars og Aleks oppdaterer på vinterferien og river seg i håret over hamsterhjulet. Hva er best - ferdig pakketur eller selvorganisert? Aleks blir mer kjent med Lars sin mangfoldige bakgrunn, fra backpacking i Asia, Grønland, sydpolen og opprettelsen av Hvitserk. Hvorfor velger Lars å hjelpe alt og alle som skal ut på tur? Og hva skjedde da Lars sin mage gikk amok på Nepal Airways? Vi får også høre historien om da sydpolekspedisjonen til Lars, Odd Harald og Cato Zahl meldte om isbjørnangrep i Antarktis til Aftenposten i 1993. Hæ, isbjørn i Antarktis? View the full article
  9. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Relevante linker for episoden Besøk Stein P Aasheim på netther Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Podcasten Uteliv samarbeider med: Camp Villmark Norges største villmarksmesse ( Norges Varemesse 26. til 28. april 2019) Gå til Podcasten
  10. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Relevante linker for episoden Besøk Stein P Aasheim på nett her Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Podcasten Uteliv samarbeider med: Camp Villmark Norges største villmarksmesse ( Norges Varemesse 26. til 28. april 2019) Gå til Podcasten
  11. It has been an emotional three days for Steve as he faced up to his first real adversity. He knew it would happen, he was even expecting it, yet his emotional reaction took even Steve by surprise. It just reinforced his belief that the Trail impacts us all in different and often unexpected ways. He has now reached Dick’s Creek Gap, at Mile 69.2, and has zeroed to reassess his pack and to restore his slightly bruised ego. He’ll be back at it tomorrow (Thursday). The post Episode #135 – Appalachian Trail (Days Seven to Nine) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  12. In this episode, Jonathan and Mark have an amazing (and surprisingly long) chat with Rhys Hora, a class of ’17 AT Thru-hiker and contributor at the online hiking blogging magazine The Trek. We discuss his experiences from his first dose of reality and amazing sights on the trail to his love of his hammocks and their clear superiority over tents, especially on the AT. They also have an interesting conversation about their first aid kits on the trail, and how they’re different for different purposes. Finally, We keep Rhys on to discuss the idea that it might be bad for nature to enjoy nature in the trending topics segment. In our monthly segment, “Hanging Out with Gresh and Spiguyver”, the guys talk about food and different options on the trail. Show Notes: The video “As It Happens: Pacific Crest Trail” can be found by clicking on this link. Here’s a site that you can use to rent a SPOT locator (you can google one too). If you want to look at how TreeFool builds his first aid kit, here’s his web page on it. As always, we always invite your comments and suggestions on our Facebook page – like us there at https://www.facebook.com/hyohpodcast and join the conversation – we love the questions we have been getting for Mark and Gresh. You can listen to or subscribe to the podcast from a link on our home page online at https://www.hyohpodcast.com or give us a review on our page in iTunes. If you’d like to buy Mark and Jonathan a cup of coffee, go to https://www.hyohpodcast.com/donate to make a one-time donation, or you can donate monthly to our Patreon Campaign at https://www.patreon.com/hyohpodcast. As always, thanks so much for hanging around! Gå til artikkelen
  13. Now six days in, Steve is getting into something of a rhythm. His toes are hurting a little, though nothing too serious. He is constantly on the lookout for individual stories but only includes one today because he lost touch with his next intended “victims” in the bad weather today. With frigid weather in the forecast, he will be planning the next few days to carefully consider his options. View the full article
  14. Steve is on his way and trying to adjust to his new lifestyle. So far, he has kept to the schedule he gave himself and finished day three in Suches. It has brought back memories from his first thru-hike, with a bunch of new characters already emerging. He is listening to other people’s stories and is starting to bring them to the show. There is also a magical moment when a young woman plays the violin at the top of a mountain as the mist and cloud swirl around her. Don’t forget to follow along twice a week as Steve podcasts from the trail. If you want to support the production of this and other Hiking Radio Network shows, please donate via PayPal at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/. Just scroll down the page on your phone to find the PayPal button or look at the top of the side panel if you’re on a laptop, desktop or some tablets. View the full article
  15. Denne episoden ble tatt opp før Marius deltok på Lindmo og ble allemannseie – helt sant! Det tok bare litt tid fra ideen om podkasten ble unnfanget og de første episodene ble spilt inn, til jeg var klar for start ... Boka Hemmelige hytter er det foreløpige resultatet av et spennende prosjekt hvor Marius Nergård Pettersen har dokumentert små, bortgjemte byggverk i norsk natur. Hvorfor blir man interessert i sånt? Hvordan finner man en hytte som noen har bygget med tanke på at den skal forbli skjult? Kan man bruke en slik hytte om man finner den? Og er det i det hele tatt mulig å bygge en liten villmarksbu i et avsidesliggende område på lovlig vis? Dette, og mere til får du nærmere kjennskap til i løpet av praten med Marius. Nevnte jeg forresten at han er akkurat så hyggelig som han virker? Relevante linker for episoden Kjøp boka hemmelige hytter og les mer om prosjektet her Besøk Marius Nergård Pettersen sin Hjemmeside Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Podkasten Uteliv samarbeider med: Camp Villmark Norges største villmarksmesse ( Norges Varemesse 26. til 28. april 2019) Gå til Podcasten
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