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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.
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.
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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Krystal and Janella have been following the journey of a man on a mission to hike the entire Appallachain Trail in memory of his beloved grammy, Dottie, whom he lost to Alzhiemer's. He decided hiking the famous trail would be a great way to raise awareness for the disease and he was right. Ethan raised $10,000 for the cause!!!! We're honored to call him friend, humbled by his perseverance, and absolutely proud to introduce to our fans, ETHAN JENKINS @hikingfordottie
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Guest host Amy Theriault interviews www.groovyoutdoors.us host Kevin Lee McIver on hiking and camping in the Last Frontier. Over the course of the last year, Amy and Kevin have trekked throughout the Juneau area and have some great stories to tell about the realities of recreating in southeast Alaska. Call in and join the discussion.
With just over a week to go we catch up with Brian Caskey in Tennessee as he prepares for his hike across the Appalachian Trail. 187 Miles to Springer Mountain he's hoping for warmer weather by the time he arrives for the March 2 departure date.
In Season One, Episode 001, host Michelle Pearson introduces listeners to the first step in developing life-changing, perhaps life-saving, perspectives on… Your Health, Your Choice! Tipping off our March Madness series with The 7 Essentials for Health, todays podcast includes important tips for fueling the supply and choosing the demands along with inspiring teaching that helps you make the changes that bring healthy beliefs in line with healthy bodies.
Tonight we speak to Alex who had an encounter as a young man during a hiking expedition. Years later he had another encounter while skiing. These encounters have changed his life. Alex discusses the behaviors and what he saw. On Tuesday night we have a show lined up just for our members of www.sasquatchchronicles.com. Tomorrow night Shannon has her show, Tuesday we have a show lined up for our members and Will will be hosting into the Abyss on Wednesday night.
Join Hiking4Wellness as we talk about the never ending holiday goodies and how you can burn off those unwanted calories by enjoying hiking trails around LA. And yes, in one of the most traffic congested areas of our nation there are plenty of places to get away!
Moreover, Hiking4Wellness gives you an opportunity to raise the global awareness of how traumas affect our lives and the peace of mind attained through reconnecting with the outdoors.
The goal of Hiking4Wellness is to raise the awareness of childhood traumas which can lead to PTSD and addictions in our adult lives when left unprocessed. We address the awareness in several ways: (1) by finding healthy ways to live life. Including: improved diets and exercise, (2) by education people how how our bodies have the ability to heal itself, (3) by helping people find natural supplements, plants, and essential oils to meet their bodies needs, and (4) by raising money to offset the out of pocket expense for individuals who need to attend Wellness Center to overcome PTSD, trauma, and addiction by having pledge drives when we hike the major hiking trails if the US.
A new poll shows just how dumb & uneducated the Tea Party people really are.
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David Smith hiked the 2200-mile Appalachian Trail as a chaplain for the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church. He is a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tenn.
Smith, who was 69 at the time, completed the hike through 14 states from Georgia to Maine over a six-month period. Each year, 2-3 million people hike the Appalachian Trail.
For Smith, the woods can be a place for seeking God and finding spiritual rest. His trail nickname is “Shortstop.
The AT Chaplaincy is set to enter its third year. Bert Emmerson, a member of First United Methodist Church of Maryville, Tenn., has been selected as the 2015 chaplain. He will begin in June, hiking the trail from Maine to Georgia. Josh Lindamood, from Lynchburg, Va., was the first AT Chaplain. He was 26 at the time.
What type of training did you receive or what were the requirements for you to become the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
Why is there a need for a chaplain along the trail?
What was the most difficult part of your experience as the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
What was the most rewarding part of your experience?
As you travel around the U.S. talking about your experiences, what is your primary goal?
Tell me how you acquired the nickname of “Shortstop.”
The AT Chaplaincy program is in its 3rd year, with Bert Emmerson heading out in June. What advice to you have for him?
Although you aren’t an official AT Chaplain any longer, do you still find yourself in that role from time to time?
How did being the AT Chaplain change you?
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