Podcast Episodes 61-70

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EPISODE 61: THE HAYDUKE

In Episode 61, Alex “Money $hot” Maier returns to the show to talk with us about his recent film and adventure on the 812 mile Hayduke Trail which starts in Arches National Park and finishes in Zion National Park – traversing the slot canyons, desert washes, and mountain ranges that make the deserts lands of Southern Utah and North Arizona some of the most scenic landscapes in North America.

EPISODE 62B: BACKPACKER FEUD

In Episode 62, we discuss a dozen ways to die in the backcountry – based on an article published in Backpacker magazine and recently updated on their online website. In the show, Beer Run and Therm Rider join me for a “Backpacker Feud” (patterned after the TV game show) to name the top ten killers in the backcountry. Not to make light of the top dangers in the wilderness … but they are worth knowing and you’ll most certainly be surprised by what is NOT on the list.

EPISODE 63: BLACK SUNSHINE (A.T. 25TH)

In Episode 63, I speak with Black Sunshine about his 1994 thru-hike on the Appalachian Trail. This is the second release in a flashback series where we speak with 11 prospective thru-hikers about their attempt to complete the A.T. in a single year. It was recorded in Charlotte, N.C. on March 5th, 1995, and is part of a series to honor the 25th anniversary of our ’94 thru-hike on the A.T.

EPISODE 64: TRAIL DAYS 2019

In Episode 64, Gary “Drone Boy” Vaughan returns to the show to discuss our May trip to Appalachian Trail Days in Damascus, Virginia. He recently chauffeured me to the annual event where I joined the Class of 1994 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of our thru-hike.

EPISODE 65: DREAM JOB

In Episode 65, I speak with an inspiring person who loves the outdoors and found a a way to follow his passion – hiking, camping, and backpacking as a FULL time career over the course of 30+ years. If you are from the South, you likely know the name Johhny Molloy. He is an accomplished outdoor writer and columnist with over 70 camping, fishing, hiking, and padding guidebooks to his credit – covering 26 States in the U.S. with many in the heart of Dixie.

EPISODE 66B: MOTOR CITY RAMBLERS

In Episode 66, the Motor City Ramblers tell us about their 1994 thru-hike on the Appalachian Trail. This is the third release in a special bonus series to celebrate the 25th anniversary of our hike, and it was recorded at Trail Days on May 13, 1995 in Damascus, Virginia.

EPISODE 67: JOTUNHEIMEN NATIONAL PARK

In Episode 67, Kaylee (aka “Smiles”) is back on the show to tell us about her summer hike across Jotunheimen National Park. The park is recognized as one of Norway’s premier hiking and fishing regions and it has 250 peaks that rise above 6,000 feet – including Northern Europe’s two highest peaks, Galdhøpiggen and Glittertind.

EPISODE 68: TEENAGE THRU-HIKER

In Episode 68, “IronWill” Callahan joins the show to tell us what it’s like being a teenage thru-hiker on the Appalachian Trail. In February of this year, Will left Springer Mountain at the age of 17 and hiked northbound to Woods Hole in Virginia where he discovered he had a fractured tibia. After taking a break to heal, he returned to the trail to finish his hike – completing the Vermont to Virginia section southbound.

EPISODE 69: A DOZEN WAYS TO DIE

In Episode 69, Cardiac and Drone Boy are back after a nearly two year hiatus to discuss a “Dozen Ways To Die In the Backcountry” – an article that first appeared in Backpacker Magazine in 2008 and was recently published online.

EPISODE 70: BACKPACKER CHRISTMAS

In Episode 70, we discuss some great hiking and backpacking gift ideas for the Holidays. Cardiac and Drone Boy are back on the show to talk about outdoor gear for beginners, weekend warriors, long-distance hikers, and kids – and just in time for the Holiday shopping season. We also offer up some backpacking gifts for $50 or less, and review some not so wonderful gift ideas from Christmas past.

 


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