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Kara Richardson Whitely is an author, motivational speaker, and has been featured in Self, Every Day with Rachel Ray, and Runner's World magazines. She was recently featured in Oprah's Lifeclass, Outside magazine's 127 Defining Moments contest, as well as Redbook and American Hiker magazines. In her new book, Gorge, Kara takes us up Mt Kilimanjaro and explores her most intimate emotions about her body, her relationships, and why she feels the need to hike Kilimanjaro a 3rd time.
Join me and Kara as we talk about her three different hikes up Kilimanjaro, how she views her body now, why body love is different for us all.
Your Host BadGirl PollyAnna welcomes Ethan Jenkins. He is about to start his journey hiking the Appalachian Trail to bring awareness to Alzheimer's.IN LOVING MEMORY OF HIS GRANDMOTHER DOTTIE. One man's journey fueled by love & awareness for Alzheimers.
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Brian will be hiking the AT for about 9 months. He is planning on leaving TOMORROW! Join us for one last look at the preparations including, health, some of the kids would love to go 9 months without having to bath, will he??? Then there are safety issues like protection from the wildlife, lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
Asking questions about survival on a day-to-day basis and a last look at the journey pre-Appalacian Trail will set us up to stay with him throughout the hike.
Science fiction and fantasy writer Kevin J. Anderson (author of over 130 novels!) talks with our host Rodger Nichols about his books, especially Clockwork Lives and what it's like creating a novel from a rock band album, collaborating with authors like Dean Koontz, Brian Herbert, Doug Beason and his wife, Rebecca Moestra.
If you are a fan of The Dune Series, Starwars, Star Trek, X-files and other science fiction mainstays, you'll want to hear from this marvelous talent and polymath Kevin J. Anderson!
His author page, bibliography and biography: bit.ly/1PfCSon
Purchase signed editions of his books: www.vjbooks.com
JENNIFER ORN I have lived all over the country. I was born in MN and due to my father’s job (Federal Bureau of Prison’s) we moved around a lot. Virginia, California, Alabama, Pennsylvania and Tennessee are all on the list. When I was approximately 16, we ended up back in MN. I’ve also briefly lived in TX and OK as an adult. I received a softball scholarship out of high school to a DII school in MN. After being there for one semester, I realized it wasn’t for me. So, I enlisted in the MN Air National Guard. After completing AF basic training I completed the AF Security Forces Academy. A few months after completing all of my training I returned to my home station in St. Paul, MN. I was then sent to Desert Warfare Training with others from my unit and ultimately deployed for 6 months to Saudi Arabia.After I returned home, I continued my college education. I received my A.S. in Law enforcement and got hired on with a local police department (WI). I attended the WI State Law Enforcement Academy and I worked at that department for a little over 3 years. I ended up leaving that department to pursue a few other things. I ultimately ended up at another department in central MN. After being at this department for almost 2 years, I decided to resign.I am currently a professional dog trainer and animal behavior specialist. I attended a dog training school in TX and will be starting an internship at a dog training facility in another part of TX. I have already started my LLC (Liberty K9 LLC), and am just waiting to return home to get that going full swing.I have 3 awesome dogs, a wonderful boyfriend.
Jason Granite I am a combat Army Veteran and a Purple Heart recipient.This summer I will be braving the Colorado Trail on a backpacking journey to raise money for Nine Line Foundation so they can improve the lives of our Veterans.I’ll be hiking 75 miles with 74 other participants coming from all over the United States
It’s one of the most coveted treks in the world. Everest Base Camp, Nepal. Far East Adventure Travel is proud to present two podcasts completely devoted to the magic of trekking this region. From crossing the sometimes trecherous Chola Pass to the final steps arriving at Everest Base Camp. And an early morning ascent of Kala Patthar for one of the best views of Everest in all of Nepal. Join me John Saboe for one of Asia’s great adventures. Trekking to Everest Base Camp.
Everest Base Camp, Nepal. Right from the start I was in for a hair raising experience. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, rated as one of the most dangerous airports in the world is often canceled in October, the busy season due to weather conditions. If it’s not cloudy or windy in Lukla, it is in Kathmandu, making it extremely tricky to complete scheduled flights. You can be stranded in Lukla for days waiting for a weather window. Same this goes in Kathmandu. Days!
You can avoid the whole worry of flight delays and dangerous weather conditions by trekking all the way to Lukla. Take a bus from Kathmandu to Jiri, about 9 hours. Then just walk for a week! For me, I was extremely lucky to be on one of the first flights that day from Kathmandu to the start of the trek with favorable weather conditions.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Quality of Life show airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
On This Episode:
- Community Alliance for Youth panel discussion about the recent Youth Success Week in Oceanside CA: Bobbi DePorter, Dr. Duane Coleman, Stedman Graham, Margaret Malek, Helice Bridges, Mark Reardon.
- The Great Run & The Big Walk – Dennis Yang, Founder of Papa Didos Foundation discusses his 11,000 mile Great Run for children’s health and literacy; and Jim “Palomino” Ostdick will talk about his Reach Across America walking journey of over 4800 miles on the American Discovery Trail for the trail systems in San Benito County, CA.
- Elvis Rocks for Yuma Youth – Scot Bruce talks about his upcoming performance that benefits CASA of Yuma County, AZ; along with Brooke, President of the Yuma Council for CASA, a council who advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Arizona involved in the juvenile courts.
Today people are constantly sharing with each other how busy they are. They have so many competing priorities they don’t know where to start. Big to-do lists seem to get bigger not smaller. Part of the problem is cultural. According to an old book called "The stuff Americans Are Made Of" by James Hammond and James Morrison, says one of the 7 cultural forces that define Americans is "Impatience with Time". This impatience leads us into all kinds of trouble with impulsive behavior. This impatience goes against the benefits of structure such as planning. One thing that we do all need regardless of our personality type and skills is structure. Many people feel like adding structure takes away from their creativity or fun, in reality it removes stress and adds to the fun and creativity. We are going to explore these ideas further with todays guest.
Today you will learn:
The right way to organize your to-do list (and why almost nobody does this)
The right and wrong way to "be productive"
Why you want to be careful not to believe everything you read
Todays Guest : Sid Savara
Sid Savara's experiment and analysis driven approach to personal development has led to a wide audience and dedicated following across the globe.
He has been cited and mentioned on CBS, Inc, Time CNN Money and Fortune, and a number of books including 168 Hours, The Other 8 Hours, and 77 Success Traits.
After growing up all over North America, Europe and Asia, Sid currently resides in Honolulu, Hawaii where he spends much of his time exploring hiking trails, playing guitar and enjoying the year round warm weather.
Wednesday, January 20th,2016 at 6:30pm EST. JOBS For ALL SIGNS 2016. Where are The Jobs, How to Find Them, What Jobs Are in your Charts for 2016!
BREAKING NEWS, NOAH CHAMBERLIN DISAPPEARANCE, Pinson, Tennesee. Missing January 14, 2016 while hiking with his grandmother and 4 year old sister. Profile Tonight!
We will go through all the signs and see what the lucky spots are for you, the directions they may be in and any other clues that will help you find jobs. People need work and jobs to survive. There are at least 2 directions for all of that will be lucky in finding jobs. Not to mention that you also have opportunities locked in your original charts that you should explore!
While Mercury is retrograde right now, it is the time to do research behind the scenes, build a plan of attack and go after it.I will also give suggestions on how to get these jobs.
Tune in and see how this can help you locate work, jobs that lead to money in your life. Don't miss this episode.
Join Cynthia of MoonMaid Botanicals, Vesna Plakanis of A Walk in the Woods and Elaine Miller who has a long history with the National Park Service, as they discuss the benefits of getting out in the woods. All are avid hikers and know a lot about the Smoky Mountains. This area is very diverse and world renowned for it's plant diversity. From wildflowers famous in the Spring, to the wide array of disiduous trees, traditional medicinal species, and wild herbs, the Smoky Mountains is a wonderland of plants of all kinds. Cynthia's land, MoonMaid's Medicinal Botanical Sanctuary, is a 5 acre gem dedicated to preserving, protecting and propagating native medicinal species, many of which are endangered. A member of United Plant Savers Native Plant Sanctuary network, the land is in the planning stages of expansion to include hiking trails, programs for children and building an Herb Cottage to further our teaching capabilities.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine for Big Blend Radio’s Nature Connection show! This show airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the hotel headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 409 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA and Born Free Foundation, discusses the outcome of the CITES 66th Meeting of the Standing Committee in Geneva.
- Mark Wenzler, Senior Vice President of Conservation Programs for National Parks Conservation Association, discusses Southwestern Parks in Peril.
- Caeli Quinn – Co-founder of Climate Ride cycling and hiking challenges that raise awareness and support sustainability, active transportation, and environmental causes.
- Erin Hunt, Director of Operations at the California Wolf Center in Julian, CA discusses California wolves and Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery in the Southwest.
Plus, Hollywood History Nature Style, as recalled by Steve Schneickert.