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In our third-ever podcast covering the world of mountaineering, we take on the topic of expedition mountaineering. Join us with a special guest to discuss the how's, what's and why's of expedition mountaineering, how it differs from alpine mountaineering and more.
Ann Gimpel is a national bestselling author. She’s also a clinical psychologist, with a Jungian bent. Avocations include mountaineering, skiing, wilderness photography and, of course, writing. A lifelong aficionado of the unusual, she began writing speculative fiction a few years ago. Since then her short fiction has appeared in a number of webzines and anthologies. Her longer books run the gamut from urban fantasy to paranormal romance. She’s published over 20 books to date, with several more contracted for 2014.
A husband, grown children, grandchildren and three wolf hybrids round out her family.
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The Witch Chronicles, Book 3
Available for pre-order mid-October, publishing on November 7th, 2014
Genre: Dark Paranormal Romance
Jenna falls in love with two very different men. Standing on the verge of Earth’s destruction, will she defy convention and follow the song in her heart? ... read the full synopsis HERE
In this episode we cover emotional attachment, flying in dreams, Mountaineering with Rebazar Tarzs,
In this week's episode of NUYA and YUNO, they share a experience with Rumi.
Welcome to an 'RealAdventure Like No Other' with Eva & Duane. Your DreamVisions is the first step into Your Unseen Worlds & Real UNUverses of RealTruth & RealFreedom. ALL of US are having RealSide Experiences while the physical body sleeps and The RealU is able to free itself for a brief time and explore beyond the barriers of the human consciousness. With RealGuidance and a RealEducation, YU can learn to See Beyond the limitations of this material realm and eventually discover The RealLuv & RealFreedom YU have always wanted.
Join me on Monday, August 18th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome avid mountaineer, snowboarder, environmentalist, and adventurist Jonathan Ronzio- the team leader, director, and creative visionary behind Between The Peaks, a new documentary film debuting this Fall "where what matters more than the peaks you climb is the difference you make along the way"!
About Between The Peaks: The only thing better than climbing two of the world’s tallest mountains is the journey between them. In 2013 three friends (Jonathan Ronzio, Ethan Lee, and Ryan Sarka) set out to climb the “roof of the Americas” …also known as Mt. Aconcagua, in Argentina. They would then travel north to Alaska’s Denali, and on that 18,000 mile journey volunteer with environmental or humanitarian causes in every country they passed through. Not everything went to plan, but that was all part of the adventure.
Between the Peaks is the exciting adventure of three friends, where the only thing better than summiting two of the worlds tallest mountains is the journey that lies between them.
"Get out there and reach for your dreams, but make a difference along the way."
About Jonathan Ronzio: an avid mountaineer, snowboarder, environmentalist, and overall adventurist. Jonathan is the team leader, director, and creative visionary behind Between The Peaks.
For more information about Between the Peaks, visit www.betweenthepeaks.com.
Antonio, the Founder and Director of Aerial Phenomena, is a former US Army Counterintelligence Officer and Department of Defense Counterintelligence Special Agent. He was awarded a Bronze Star for combat operations in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Antonio is also the Director and Founder of the Center for Planetary Science – a science outreach program bringing astronomy, planetary science, and astrophysics to the next generation of space explorers. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from The City University of New York and a Master’s of Science in Planetary Science from the American Public University.
Antonio, moreover, is a member of the Washington Academy of Sciences, the National Capital Astronomers; is a graduate of the S2 Institute’s Florida Private Investigator Course; and has appeared in dozens of radio shows, webcasts, and cable TV interviews, including consulting work for the popular TV series Unsealed: The Alien Files. He is the author of two books: Aerial Phenomena: Reviving Ufology for the 21st Century; and Space Science: Challenges for the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis of UFO Phenomena. He is also the director and producer for the documentary Area 51: A History of this Reclusive Base.
Currently, Antonio is an Adjunct Professor of Astronomy at St. Petersburg College, FL. On his spare time, Antonio enjoys hunting, SCUBA diving, rock climbing, mountaineering, and sailing.
On July 4th weekend three members of the Seattle, WA based Apex Racing Team - Chris Ragsdale, Jason Connell and Travis Biechele road their bikes from the Seattle Space Needle to Mt Rainier, changed to mountaineering gear, summited Rainer, changed back into cycling kit and cycled home. Tonight we visit with Chris to find out more about their feat.
While the Olympic Mountains are close to Seattle, they are one of the lesser known mountaineering areas of the U.S. The Olympic Range is home to a number of high peaks, two of which are Mount Ellinor (5,952 feet), and Mount Washington (6,260 feet). In this In Ice Axe We Trust Podcast, Matt and Chris rely on the expertise of a highly-qualified guest who knows a thing or two about hiking and climbing in the Olympics.
Rising 7,573 feet over Yosemite Valley, El Capitan is one of the two iconic mountains of the valley, and of Yosemite National Park as a whole. With over 3,000 feet of vertical elevation gain, “the chief” is an imposing granite monolith that is one of the most challenging climbs in the world. In this episode of IIAWT, veteran climber Paul Souza talks about about his ascent of El Capitan, training for an ascent of this classic peak and about his climbing philosophy overall.
If you’re looking for a huge peak that presents a serious mountaineering challenge, look no further than Wyoming’s tallest mountain, Gannett Peak. Summit attempts on Gannett typically include at least 40 miles round trip and upwards of 9,000 feet of elevation gain. In this episode of IIAWT, Chris and Matt talk with special guest fills us in on what's involved in scaling such a remote mountain.
Today's guest is Jeff Rasley a successful lawyer for 30 years, he made profitable investments, and so left law for more satisfying nonprofit endeavors at the age of 55. He's the president of one foundation and serve on the board of 5 nonprofit corporations. The post-retirement nonprofit effort which has been most meaningful to me is the Basa Village Foundation. It has finished a school with five grades, built a hydroelectric system, provided computers and educational materials for the school, smokeless stoves for all the homes in the village, toilets for the school, a temporary medical clinic, and we have started working on a clean water system. Basa Village is a beautiful little village in the Himalayan Mountains inhabited by the Rai people with their own unique culture. Prior to 2007 the villagers lived similar to the way people lived during the Middle Ages with no running water, electricity, toilet system or stoves. In Basa there are no vehicles with wheels, not even wheel barrows or bicycles.
Early in life Jeff, was an avid adventure traveler. In his 20s and 30s he had several adventure travel articles published about scuba diving and motorcycle trips. When he turned 40, at the suggestion of his wife to help resolve a "mid-life crisis", he hiked the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trail for the first time. He then took up Himalayan Mountaineering and solo sea-kayaking and wrote several articles about those experiences.
Since leaving the law Jeff devoted much time to passing on to others what wisdom he's gained through combining financial success with adventure travel and philanthropy.
Maisha Guy interviews the King of Systems and Operations, Sam Carpenter. Currently our #EBNREVIEW Book Club Author of the month, Sam's book Work The System, The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less, is giving breakthroughs in their business.
About Sam Carpenter
With blue-collar roots, I have a mixed-bag background: land surveyor, heavy-equipment operator, union-man factory worker, door-to-door salesman, technical consultant, hamburger flipper, house painter, department store sales clerk, construction superintendent, design engineer, ditch digger, sales professional, builder, janitor, journalist, public speaker, book publisher, retail store owner, lab technician, logger, mill worker, machinist, stocks and commodities investor, writer, photojournalist, telecommunications entrepreneur, real estate salesman, kitchen worker, handyman, corporate CEO, and business owner. I founded and operate a nonprofit organization that assists earthquake victims in northeast Pakistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and in India (see kashmirfamily.org). Through my business, Centratel (centratel.com), my special expertise is in the practical methodology of telecommunications: taking information, processing it, and then passing it on.
FSam Carpenter founded Centratel in 1984. With a background in engineering, construction, publishing and journalism, and residing in Bend, Oregon, outside interests include mountaineering, skiing, cycling, reading, and traveling. His book, Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less is in its third edition. Other business enterprises include educational products, software and consulting (see www.workthesystem.com). Sam is founder and director of Kashmir Family Aid, a 501C3 non-profit, aiding surviving school children of the
2005 Northern Pakistan and Azad Kashmir earthquake.
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.