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  1. This week, we have JC Van Etten, or Catmando. Not only did JC recently win our six-book giveaway, but he was also part of the very tight “tramily” that Togs and Lucky referred to a few weeks ago. I wanted to hear JC’s side of the story and, as I’d anticipated, he brought his own slant to the journey that they all shared. JC retired early from work and hopes to fill his retirement with further adventures, though the Appalachian Trail was the fulfillment of a dream many years in the making. As part of this dream, JC raised money for a charity close to his heart, Paws of War. You can lear
  2. I think that this is the longest show we’ve ever had!! Our main guests are Eric and Jessica Matos, or Toast and Jammz. They were introduced to me by Jester, from the Jester Section Hiker podcast and they have a strong hiking resume. We talk about both their hiking and their passion for leave no trace and sustainable use of wilderness places. Toast shares a few stories about their first hike together as a couple and how, when they were on the John Muir Trail, an idea for their business came to them. They have an inspiring message and vision for a time that needs businesses like theirs.
  3. It’s an all-woman show today, with Marissa Neel, the Executioner, as our main guest. She has a very funny, brutally honest YouTube channel, and is exactly the same person in our conversation. Marissa shares plenty of witty insights and a stoic determination to get to the end. The story of her last night camping on the AT is a visceral example of what it can be like out there. I could relate on so many levels. Her YouTube channel is not to be missed, so click here. [Hidden Content] Kate is now moving through New Jersey and past the 300-mile mark. The ankle still hurt
  4. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Podkasten Uteliv på Nettbutikk Besøk Kristin Folsland Olsen her: Nettside Instagram Kjøp boka om Lofoten her Gå til Podcasten
  5. Carolyn Walker and Gordon Yhap are now thru-hikers. When you hear their story, you may well wonder “How did they do it?” This conversation should shake up any pre-conceived ideas you may have about what it takes to hike the trail successfully. Gordon and Carolyn are an inspiration. Carolyn kept an online journal while on the trail, so if you’d like to follow along with their hike, click here. [Hidden Content] . She also did a guest post in the Trek once she finished [Hidden Content] Kate Stillwell is still pushing north in our “Woman of a Certai
  6. This month, a chat with Adam Lemon from Battle Horse Knives. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Battle Horse Knives (website) – Battle Horse Knives (facebook) – Battle Horse Knives Round Table (facebook group) Gå til artikkelen
  7. This month, a chat with Adam Lemon from Battle Horse Knives. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Battle Horse Knives (website) – Battle Horse Knives (facebook) – Battle Horse Knives Round Table (facebook group) Gå til artikkelen
  8. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på Nettbutikk Kjøp boka Nordisk Fluefiske etter laks hos Cappelen Damm Gå til Podcasten
  9. We’re not so focused on the AT this week, with Luke “Strider” Jordan taking on some of the wilder American trails. His first thru-hike was the 4600 mile North Country Trail, and he became the Earl Schaffer of the Great Plains Trail when he completed the very first thru-hike of that new trail. On the way, he learned what worked and what didn’t. He shares some fascinating insights in his conversation with Steve You can connect with Strider and find out more about these trails at the following links. Strider’s NCT Hike website: [Hidden Content] Strider’s Travel Faceboo
  10. This week’s guests met as members of the Class of 2019–my year, even though we never met–and they have been together pretty much ever since. Natalie and Grady both left a little earlier than I did and had a terrific tramily. It was Catmando, one of their tramily and a listener to the show, who pointed me in their direction. Natalie and Grady’s story brings out the diversity of opportunity on the trail and each reflects upon how lucky they were not only to meet one another but that they chose 2019 and not 2020 for their trip. Natalie has a beautiful AT video which she did entirely i
  11. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på Nettbutikk Besøk Lars Erik Sira her: Nettside Gå til Podcasten
  12. We’ve got another terrific show today, with Bobby O’Donnell, a listener, providing our main conversation. Bobby and I discuss a pivotal moment in his life that led him to marathons on seven continents and, in 2018, the Appalachian Trail. His story has moments of sadness, disaster, and triumph, all of which he drew on during his hike. A paramedic, Bobby has been working during this crisis, and his personal experiences have shaped his response to adversity. You can connect with Bobby on Instagram at [Hidden Content] He is on Facebook at 3ce13fff406903ddf2ca9cfbe640952
  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) Besøk Kristin Folsland Olsen her: Nettside Instagram Gå til Podcasten
  14. This week, we have a book theme in the show, with a giveaway of six signed books. The principal guest is Sarah Jones Decker, or Harvest, who thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2008, but that wasn’t the primary reason that we have Sarah as a guest. She has photographed and written about all the AT shelters in a beautiful book that evokes all the memories we share at those often rundown places. You can connect with Sarah and buy a signed copy of her book at [Hidden Content] Sarah’s question as part of our six-book giveaway contest is: What is the largest non-hut shelter
  15. This month I chat with Derek Tillotson from Haven Tents. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Haven Tents [website] – Haven Tents [facebook] – Haven Tent Adventure [youtube] News Stories mentioned in the podcast: – ABC News [website] – KSL News [website] Gå til artikkelen
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