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180 How Does a Huge Outdoor Facebook Group Handle Staying Home?
Lee Jacobson is on the podcast again. I wanted to get the listeners a look behind the scenes of handling a group which is dedicated to hiking, without wanting to promote people to hike the main trails. Covid-19 has currently changed getting outdoors.
179 Live Show with Washington Hikers and Climbers
Lee Jacobson and Ken Poore joined me on stage to talk about the positives and negatives to social media and the outdoors. This Was in early February, live at the Marysville Opera House.
178 Socially Distant
I had a great conversation with Kindra Ramos with Washington Trails Association. She answered my call today, Friday March 20th.
Washington is in the midsts of the Corona Virus, also known as Covid-19. We discuss some ways to safely navigate the outdoors, using the guidelines of social distancing.
177 Beer Hiking Colorado with Yitka Winn
Guest host Lawton “Disco” Grinter of the Trail Show interviews Yitka Winn about her Beer Lover’s Trail Guide to Colorado.
176 Backpacking Washington Guide Book with Mark Wetherington
Mark Wetherington was on before talking about Leave No Trace and is now a published guidebook author. This book has me completely inspired to get backpacking this summer!
175 Jason Curtis Southbound Pacific Crest Trail
Jason Curtis lives in the Pacific Northwest. After hiking the Appalachian Trail, he decided to southbound the Pacific Crest Trail starting in his home state of Washington.