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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.&nb
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.
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. http://ethanjenkins.wix.com/ethanjenkins Tonight 8pm Pdt/10Cdt/11Est CALL IN:
Not only is Mount Katahdin, at 5,270 feet, the tallest mountain in the state of Maine, but it also holds another lofty distinction as the northern terminus of the 2160-mile Appalachian Trail. In this In Ice Axe We Trust Podcast, Chris and Matt veer off from their usual West-Coast subject matter and head into somewhat uncharted territory (for them, at least). Luckily, they have the expertise of a highly-qualified guest who knows a thing or two about hiking and climbing in the Northeast to fall back on. The result is 60 minutes of Katahdin and tons of information about this storied peak.
Your girls from the Morning After show, Krystal and Janella, are broadening their horizons in the podcast show and bringing you inspirational stories from amazing people! This week, we check in with Ethan Jenkins who is hiking the entire Appelachian Trail to raise awareness for Alzhiemer's, a disease that took his beloved Grammy's life. We'll be following his journey as he checks in with us weekly to keep us updated with his progress so make sure you subscribe so you can share this epic experience he's embarking on.
You can learn more about his story at facebook.com/hikingfordottie and watch his progress on his YouTube channel HikingforGrammy.
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Sound Doctrine Christian Ministries Sabbath Show
But speak thou the things that becometh Sound Doctrine. Titus 2:1
God's Truth: Gets you Un-Stuck!
This show focuses on all manner of outdoor pursuits including bushcraft, camping, hiking, prepping, firearms, Archery, knives, long distance hiking, barefoot hiking, wild edibles, and primitive living skills. This is a call-in show and people are encouraged to call in and ask questions with the host.
Diane Moss is a Founder of the Renewables 100 Policy Institute and an independent energy policy consultant. She is a Wall Street Journal Expert Panelist on energy issues, and her writing on renewable energy policy has additionally been published by the Heinrich Boell Foundation, Today's Facility Manager, Cleantechnica, Huffington Post, among others. Ms. Moss was Nuclear Campaign Consultant to Friends of the Earth on the successful effort to shut down the San Onofre nuclear power plant after the discovery of faulty equipment. She has also served recently as U.S. Policy Advisor to World Future Council. Ms. Moss spearheaded and helped lead a campaign to defeat a proposed foreign liquefied natural gas import project that boasted a $100 million dollar lobbying arm. From 2008-2011, she as Environmental Deputy to United States Congressmember Jane Harman, where responsibilities included helping to bring that campaign to a successful conclusion, assisting the authoring of a landmark appliance efficiency provision and uphold Rep. Harman’s historic efficiency lighting legislation and other energy and environmental efforts. Ms. Moss previously founded dima-media, a media, marketing, and event company that specializes in sustainability related projects and campaigns. Clients have included the City of Malibu Mayor/Councilmember, Ballona Institute, Santa Monica Baykeeper, Clearwater Holdings, and Pyron Solar. She also produced events for German Parliamentarian Dr. Hermann Scheer and helped in the development and preparation of the award winning Fechner Media feature film about 100% renewable energy titled “4th Revolution.” Ms. Moss also served as intern to the Costa Rican Ambassador to UNESCO in Paris. She obtained her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and New York University and completed a thesis program in political science in Paris with professors from Science Po and HEC.
It's 4:20 Bro! Time for a massive new episode of everyone's favorite weather show: The No Name Show! Big Steve will (if he manages to call in) discuss a scary advertisment he saw for an Easter activity in Colorado. We'll discuss a little bit of NBA Playoff action, talk about how much the Mariners still suck, and talk about the possibilities for Goonies 2, which has recently started filming. We'll test the listeners on their knowledge of state capitals, give out the Douche of the Week award, play a little Fun With Words, and finally, Aaron will give out his list of the Top 7 Episodes of News Radio. Join the fun!
Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg with his guest Lillian Brummet & Erik Bean, Ed.D.
Lillian has fond memories of an early childhood in California and Nevada (USA) and grew up in the south-central region of BC, Canada. Dave was born and raised in Kelowna (BC) where he met up with Lillian in 1990 and they have been together ever since. Their favorite activities involve gardening, photography, and modifying their home. Whenever the mood strikes them the pair can be found enjoying low-impact outdoor activities (hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, snowshoeing) or playing with and training their two dogs. Dave and Lillian Brummet have collaborated their efforts and have authored of 5 books (to date, 2012). Dave has also created of a drum lesson CD series, due for release in 2013. The Brummets host the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio show and manage the Brummet's Conscious Blog. Dave and Lillian have been recognized as Community Heroes by the LiveSmart BC program.http://www.brummet.ca/aboutus.html
Erik Bean, Ed.D. has served as an English department chair, school dean, associate professor of English, curriculum developer, online instructor, and has taught English composition for more than 15 years. He is a motivational speaker and author of a popular Examiner.com Web 2.0 blog (or see news feed lower right) where he reviews websites, social media, and often reports on education, security, and technology issues. His conference presentations help teachers do their job more efficiently. Erik Bean’s teaching and writing contributions provide a rigorous and engaging approach to upholding Common Core standards. http://www.commoncorelessonplans.com
Join Elusive1 as they Welcome Mike Smith & Kris Huckins to the show. Mike had his first Sasquatch encounter in 1974 or 1975. He was hiking with friends in a civil war battleground. Came down a hill and to an old spring house. He came around the corner of the structure and found Hisself face to face with the it. They blinked at one another for a couple of seconds. Then it let out a howl and melted into the woods. His companions made a hasty exit but he was just frozen for a bit, fascinated. He had a few encounters over the years in Missouri and Arkansas but none anything like the first for a long time. He met his partner Kris threw work and began doing research locally something over two years ago. Since then they have expanded to 4 basic research areas in Missouri now. And they'v had some amazing results. Basically they'v been observing what he refers to as an extended family group which includes adults and juveniles. They'v had several fairly close encounters but have not been threatened at all. Mike's take is that they are as curious about us as we are about them. Kris from the Pacific Northwest. Grew up in Clackamas County Oregon, so if you are familiar with Bigfoot, you know that is a highly active area. I have always "Believed" in Bigfoot as a child. Living where I did, you couldnt help but hear of the sightings and history of Sasquatch in that area. It wasnt until the early fall of 1989 that I had my first sighting and became a "Knower". It was outside of Castle Rock, Washington on the back side of Silver Lake. An 8ft male with grey hair and beard. Before that I dabbled in it. After that I started seriously investigating and gleeming anything I could about them. Plus spending hours and hours out in the woods looking for more. Around 10 years ago I moved to mid Missouri. Still read about sightings but pretty much gave up looking.
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