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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) Gå til Podcasten
  2. Aaron Owens Mayhew, MS, RDN, CD is a registered dietitian, ultralight long-distance backpacker, and backpacking food cookbook author. Aaron has worked in the field of nutrition for nineteen years and has been a backpacker for nearly as long. After having a mid-life crisis in 2016, Aaron began long-distance backpacking on her 40th birthday by hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. She has since launched her business, Backcountry Foodie™, a recipe and meal-planning service for backpackers. The service provides a platform for Aaron to share her knowledge and passion for eating well in the backcountry. She also runs her business and lives in a camper van full-time with her husband and dog. They have been on the road since April 2019 and look forward to where their outdoor adventures will continue to take them. You can learn more about Aaron, and her advice, at her website https://backcountryfoodie.com/ You can also find her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/backcountry_foodie/ Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/backcountryfoodie/ YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUpLNV2Ct1WQWZHhSF3eCw Also today, we have the first chapter of Ben Montgomery’s book about the first badass woman on the trail; Grandma Gatewood. If you’d like to buy the book, follow this link. https://www.amazon.com/Grandma-Gatewoods-Walk-Inspiring-Appalachian-ebook/dp/B00IQY2Q0O/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3F2GUEOT90P8Y&keywords=grandma+gatewoods+walk&qid=1582740316&sprefix=grandma+gate%2Caps%2C202&sr=8-1 Remember to show your support for the show by donating on our podcast page at https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ The post Episode #207 – Aaron Owens Mayhew (Sling) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  3. Our guest today, Brant Bazner, lives in the iconic trail town of Damascus. He moved there to be near the trail and has now been hiking on the AT for several years, mainly with his dog, Garvey. Steve and Brant have a wide-ranging conversation about hiking on the trail with a dog, along with a discussion on gear and a few of Brant’s stories about his years of hiking on the AT. You can catch up with Brant at Garvey on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYX2u59E9uxUD92oFVKdZeg We also have Chloe Decamera from the Appalachian Trail Conservancy on the show, talking about Leave No Trace principles as the hiking season warms up. Chloe has a wealth of information and clearly articulates what you need to know when you take to a trail near you. Chloe has shared several excellent links as you prepare for the trail. We talk about “Don’t be that guy” on the podcast, so check out these links Don’t Be That Guy: Thru-Hiker Registration (AT Camp) Link: https://atcamp.org/ A.T. L.N.T. Online Awareness Course: These “Leave No Trace” principles and techniques will help you enjoy the Appalachian Trail while minimizing impact to the environment and the experience of other visitors. A.T. Recommended Food Storage: In today’s show, I also mention an email I had from a listener, Frances Youngblood, drawing my attention to an event happening in Lebanon, MO on April 25th. On that Saturday Frances’ friend, Tracey Sheets, will be holding a program to introduce foster children (ages 14-20) to the outdoors. THIS IS WHERE YOU CAN HELP. We’re trying to get new or gently used hiking books into the hands of these youngsters and, if you can help, please sign them on the inside, telling who you are and where you’re from so that these young people have some connection to you and to the great outdoors. Please mail them to Tracey Sheets, PO Box 751, Ozark, MO 65721. Thanks for your help. Finally, Paul Stutzman’s epic journey comes to an end as he stands on top of Katahdin. It’s been a blast. The post Episode #206 – Brant Bazner (Brant and Garvey) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  4. Mike Horn er en av verdens mest erfarne og meritterte nålevende eventyreren. Han har krysset jorden langs ekvator og langs polarsirkelen uten motorkraft, svømt ned Amazonas, krysset Antarktis alene og i det hele tatt. Etter et opplevelsesrikt liv har han utviklet noen interessante filosofier.. Mike mener det er lite grunn til å bekymre seg. -If you worry, you die. If you dont worry, you die anyway. So why worry!? Hvor ligger hemmeligheten i de mentale forberedelsene? Foretrekker han egentlig jungel eller isen? Hvordan var det å gi seg i kast med polhavet, etter å ha snudd for tredje gang på K2 bare uker før avreise? Hva skjedde når han falt i råka og befant seg famlende i isvannet? Og hva savnet han mest på slutten av ekspedisjonen? Vi gjør et lite dypdykk i Mikes filosofi rundt å lære seg nye felt, å overleve i nye elementer og hvordan leve et rikt og lykkelig liv. View the full article
  5. In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, Ryan and Andrew talk about some of the BPL staff’s favorite gear from 2019. From there they transition into a larger discussion of Backpacking Light’s gear philosophy. Also in this episode: What's new at BPL Andrew and Ryan’s favorite new gear Public lands news and headlines Interesting conversations in the forums And tons more! Click here for show notes: https://backpackinglight.com/podcast-24-staff-gear 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) Relevante linker for episoden: Kjøp boka til Gisle på www.rennfokk.no Gå til Podcasten
  7. It’s a fabulous show this week, not least because we have Mr. Fabulous, or Derick Lugo, as the main guest. Derick hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2012 and has earned himself a reputation as a speaker about the trail, as well as a growing recognition as a writer. His new book, The Unlikely Thru-Hiker, is now available at his website and on Amazon. You can connect with Derick in a variety of ways. Website: https://www.dericklugo.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/derick.lugo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dericklugo/ The short story of his hike with his brother–The Trail Brothers–can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR21w5qi-B8 Another fabulous guest is April Mae, who Steve spoke with following a post that she made on Facebook. Her story is illuminating and inspiring. The pictures below show April’s “Before” and “After” pics. Her story is a testimony to the power of hiking and its beneficial effects upon both the body and the psyche. Don’t forget to check out our sponsors, Hiker Medals, at https://www.hikermedals.com/. We’ve been delighted to have had them on the show these past few weeks. Also, if you’d like to support the various shows on the Hiking Radio Network, you can find the donate button at the podcasts page on the Mighty Blue site: https://mightyblueontheat.com/the-podcast/ Finally, today, Paul Stutzman stands on the edge of glory, tackling the 100-Mile Wilderness as he prepares for Katahdin. The post Episode #205 – Derick Lugo (Mr. Fabulous) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  8. Noe av det første synet som møtte Aleksander da han møtte Børge og Mike i ismørket, var en nitidig og sirlig sammensydd pulk. Enten du er en fersk markatraver eller gråskjegget ekspedisjonsfarer, så bør «kunsten å reparere» løftes frem i hverdagen i ny og ne. Å ta vare på eget utstyr er positivt sett fra alle kanter, men hva har du egentlig med for å reparere ting som går i stykker? Aleksander innrømmer at det er en av hans svake sider, og han tar derfor en opplæringsrunde med kanskje den aller beste i faget. Vi får et eksklusivt innsyn i den Børges aller helligste utstyrspose og diskuterer oss igjennom hver skrue, tapebit og forskalingsspiker (!). View the full article
  9. Valg av utstyr til turer og ekspedisjoner kan være en kritisk faktor, og Børge innrømmer selv at han er en utstyrsnerd. Børge er tro mot løsninger som fungerer, men hva bruker han egentlig? Hvorfor spesialsyr han sine egne votter? Hva er å bendsler? Hvilket telt bruker han, og hvorfor velger han det? Hva sover han i, hva har han på seg, og hva er egentlig greia med den dunvesten? Hvor er det best å tørke sokkene? Hva slags batteriløsninger kan egentlig vare i tre måneder? Aleksander og Børge tråler seg gjennom utstyrslista på den spektakulære polhavkryssingen og graver seg ned i både trivielle og eksepsjonelle detaljer og diskusjoner. View the full article
  10. A packed show this week, with about 90 minutes of goodness!! Rory Anderson, or Bigfoot, is this week’s main guest. Rory is an accomplished hiker, having completed the Appalachian Trail in 2016. He has done several other trails and recently broke the Fastest Known Time (FKT) for the Superior Hiking Trail. As Rory stresses, he’s not superhuman; he’s just a very determined guy with a plan. He and Steve talk about ultra-lite backpacking and the never-ending quest to shave off a few extra pounds from your pack. You can follow Bigfoot’s YouTube channel, called Follow Bigfoot, at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkA3z-lSyEg6ZN-BqMy6wow For his FKT Superior Hiking Trail video, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKjmG0QkGTs His FKT gear list is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B-Je29UhWI In this podcast, Rory also talks about his passion for Halloween and shares a video of his 2019 haunt at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_B-cvQ5mik It is well worth watching!! Steve also chats with Wim Schalken of Hiker Medals, the sponsor for today’s show. You can find out more about Wim’s awesome project at https://www.hikermedals.com/ Paul Stream, of The Barn in Gorham, tells us about his hostel in Maine, which you can find at https://www.libbyhouseinn.com/ In Steve’s reading of Paul Stutzman’s Hiking Through, Paul has an unlikely encounter….with a giant rabbit!! The post Episode #204 – Rory Anderson (Bigfoot) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
  11. This month, Chris chats with the owner of Walhalla Hammocks in South Carolina. Enjoy! Shownotes: – Walhalla Hammocks (company) Gå til artikkelen
  12. We’re almost at the end of my series on hostels, so Neville Harris, the owner of my favorite hostel on the trail, Woods Hole, was a great person to chat with. The interview took me in an entirely unexpected direction, but it revealed Neville to be a true AT character, flaws and all. You can learn more about the hostel by visiting http://woodsholehostel.com/ Neville’s photos by Lisa VonLuehrte. Find Lisa on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/livonphotography/ We also spoke with Matthew “Odie” Norman in advance of the publication of his much-awaited Hiker Year Book for 2019. It is particularly much-awaited by yours truly, as I’ll be in it, having missed out on the 2014 edition!! Check out Odie’s page at https://hikeryearbook.com/ And we introduced you to Hiker Medals, who you can learn about at https://www.hikermedals.com/. Thanks so much for the support, guys. Check out my own medal, below. Finally, Paul Stutzman has reached the last two states, normally the crowning glory of a northbound hike. Yet Paul’s experience turned out to be a very soggy time indeed. The post Episode #203 – Neville Harris of Woods Hole Hostel 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 Randi Skaug på nett Naustholmen på nett Intromusikk: "Palatine Light" av 1099 Brukt med tillatelse fra opphavsperson. Gå til Podcasten
  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 mine bøker på VIPPS #137581 (Randulf Valle Naturformidling) Gå til Podcasten
  15. This interview with Silvia Cassano was recorded nearly a year ago, but I’ve only just recovered it. Silvia is a “Trail Angel” referred to by a previous guest, yet she has so much more to offer than that. Her knowledge of all things trail shines through here, with her many positions within the AT community contributing, particularly to the trail in her own community. Image courtesy of Jeff Yardis. Silvia admits to being opinionated, so her views on the trail are pretty much unvarnished and welcome at this time. She is passionate about the true meaning of Trail Magic and isn’t a big fan of hiker feeds, with Leave No Trace principles uppermost in her mind. The Vermont theme is continued by a conversation with Jess Treat, a woman in whose home I have now stayed twice, both on my 2014 thru-hike and my hike last year. Jess tells us about her home and the service that she offers hikers seeking some warmth and comfort on the trail. Finally, Paul Stutzman is on the verge of New Hampshire–also in Vermont!! The post Episode #202 – Silvia Cassano (Momma Sil) appeared first on Mighty Blue on The Appalachian Trail. View the full article
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