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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 Kjøp mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Relevante linker for episoden Rune Gjeldnes på Instagram Nett Facebook Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  2. When you finish the Appalachian Trail, your mind is in a bit of a whirl. You can’t fully articulate your thoughts and, really, those thoughts mature over time. I wanted to capture the thoughts of a hiker within 24 hours of his or her finish, so when I saw Olivia Miller Bakke’s summit photo on Facebook, I reached out to her. This is that conversation. I also caught up with Lea Ann Hogan, another of our mighty Blue Class of 2019 and her reasons for stopping her hike after 500 miles. As you’ll hear, she wasn’t desperately happy about it! Chapter Three of Paul Stutzman’s Hiking Through brings Paul to the trail at Amicolola State Park. During those initial steps, he entertains a few doubts! The post Episode #184 – Olivia Miller Bakke (Mama Lion) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  3. 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 Mikkel Soya Bølstad på Instagram På nett Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  4. When I met Bob Curran in the Grayson Highlands, I could never have imagined that he and I would end up at the top of Mt Katahdin together, some 1700 miles later. We came together by accident and stayed together more by circumstance than by design. That said, each of us acknowledges the positive impact that we both had on each other’s hike. As two 66-year-olds we fitted perfectly with one another when it came to hiking style and speed. We weren’t the fastest but we were also not the slowest. Our progress was measured and we seemed destined to finish on about the six-month mark. That we were able to finish prior to that is down to Bob’s unyielding determination to squeeze out extra miles each day. If it hadn’t been for him I’d have been out there a lot longer. Margi Mimms is the first of our Class of 2019 debriefs and, by happy coincidence, Margi was the first of us to finish. She reflects upon her journey. Don’t forget, if you have a copy of Paul Stutzman’s Hiking Through and would be happy to lend me it, please email me at Steve@mightyblueontheat.com. I will, of course, arranged for its safe return to you. The post Episode #183 – Bob Curran (Trigger) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  5. In this episode, Jonathan and Mark go for a drive to do an onsite chat with Rick Towle (attroll), founder and operator of the Hammock Forums and Whiteblaze online forums. After chatting about building an online community and the changes that have occurred in the past few years, we finish off the conversation by chatting about how to take a great online photo. After the interview, Mark and Jonathan chat about setting up and a little about camping in the rain, and finally Gresh and Spiguyver have some great advice about how to avoid online scams and fraudsters. Finally, a big welcome to Chris Duffy and Todd Quest. Chris and Todd will be taking over hosting the podcast over the next few months. Show Notes: Here’s a link to attroll’s Trail Journal from when he hiked the AT. You can purchase Rick’s guide to the AT here. Here’s a great writeup about the Rule of Thirds in online photography. 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
  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) Relevante linker for episoden Villmarksfamilien på Instagram Facebook På nett Artikkelen «Toppturbarna» hos NRK Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  7. Now that I’ve returned to Florida and had a week off from the podcast, I felt ready to answer a few questions from listeners. There turned out to be so many of them that I had a good friend–and star podcaster–Glenn Hebert doing the honors. Glenn has a way of eliciting nuggets from people and he certainly kept me on my toes the whole time. While I didn’t expect to be able to articulate precisely how I was feeling after another 2000+ mile hike, I tried to be as honest as possible in this debrief. I hope that it gives you more insight into the ups and downs of an Appalachian Trail thru-hike. The regular show will return next week, with another guest to entertain and amaze you about the trail that we all love. If you have further questions, about my hike or about the podcast, I’d really love to hear from you at steve@hikingradionetwork.com. The post Episode #182 (Appalachian Trail Debrief) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  8. Hvor stor er sannsynligheten for å nå toppen? Hvor er egentlig toppen? Kan jeg reise uten guide? Hvor mye koster det? Hvor slitsomt er det? Hvorfor er det en fordel å være godt voksen? Bør jeg bruke malariamedisin? Hvor bør jeg dra på Safari? Kan masaiene egentlig kaste spydet sitt? Og heter guden på Kilimanjaro "Elias" og er egentlig norsk? View the full article
  9. Det er tid for å ta for seg fjell. Høye fjell. Og vi starter med den legendariske høvdingen i Tanzania. Vi tar en grundig gjennomgang av rutene. Hva er sjansen for å lykkes? Kan jeg reise uten guide? Hvor mye koster det? Hvor slitsomt er det? Hvorfor er det en fordel å være godt voksen? Hvor bør jeg dra på Safari? Kan masaiene egentlig kaste spydet sitt? Og heter guden på Kilimanjaro "Elias" og er egentlig norsk? View the full article
  10. 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 Podkast om Vandreren Sigri Sandberg på nett Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  11. As backpackers, we spend a lot of time thinking about and managing our feet. One problem that crops up a lot (especially for those of us who choose to utilize ultralight footwear, hike in damp or snowy environments, or both) is wet feet. Feet that get wet and stay wet can cause all kinds of nasty issues - starting with maceration (wrinkly, pale, soft skin) and progressing through to immersion foot diseases like trench foot, tropical immersion foot, and warm water immersion foot. In this SKILLS SHORT, Ryan and Andrew break down the causes, symptoms, and results of immersion foot diseases. After a fairly exhaustive and somewhat nasty primer (you’ll hear the phrase “sloughing skin” more than once) the guys discuss strategies to prevent and manage immersion foot diseases and their symptoms. The pod wraps up with a discussion on when you should get off the trail (blackened skin = big trouble), and Ryan shares some of his favorite resources and further reading on foot care. Click here for show notes 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
  12. I wanted to share my last day on the trail with you all. The sound is often distorted through wind and even our paces. That said, I hope you gather from the show my enthusiasm and delight at getting this job done. Don’t forget, we’ll be back to normal service next week, with another guest telling their story, as well as a new book that I’ll be reading for you. The post Episode #181 – Appalachian Trail (Day 179) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  13. With the worst mountains in the 100 Mile Wilderness begins us, Trigger and I had to put in some long days to meet our goal of summiting Katahdin by Friday. The rocks and roots, abetted by some very dubious weather, tried to throw us off our game plan but we persevered. Make sure you listen to the last episode in this series as we try to scale Katahdin. Watch out for that episode in the next 24 hours. The post Episode #180 – Appalachian Trail (Days 175 to 178) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  14. Relevante lenker for podkasten uteliv: Hør på Spotify Hør I iTunes Følg Uteliv på Facebook Følg meg på Instagram Podkasten Uteliv på nett Kjøp bøkene mine på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Relevante linker for episoden Bladet Villmarksliv på nett Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  15. Given how lucky we’ve been with the weather so far, I suppose it was only inevitable that the 100 Mile Wilderness gave us four straight days of rain. Rocks and roots are tricky at the driest of times; after rain they can be lethal. Despite this, we have a plan and are currently following it perfectly. Next time you’ll see how it held up through the entire Wilderness. The post Episode #179 – Appalachian Trail (Days 172 to 174) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
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