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The official podcast of Schill Brothers Outdoors. Join us as we BS, interview, and talk shop with other youtubers as well as experts in the outdoor industry. We also have a YouTube channel and Instagram for more hilarity

Backcountry BSin‪g‬ Kevin Schill

    • Wilderness
    • 4.9 • 65 Ratings

The official podcast of Schill Brothers Outdoors. Join us as we BS, interview, and talk shop with other youtubers as well as experts in the outdoor industry. We also have a YouTube channel and Instagram for more hilarity

    Backcountry BSing #66 - Our Wives Taste Testing Backpacking Food LIVE

    Backcountry BSing #66 - Our Wives Taste Testing Backpacking Food LIVE

    The wives join us to taste test some meals LIVE. We have a collection of various backpacking, just-add-water, dinners from some cottage vendors.

    Additionally, during this stream we all taste what most of us think is the best backpacking dinner we have had.

    Thanks to the wives for marrying us and for agreeing to eat camping food live on the internet in front of a bunch of strangers.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Backcountry BSing #65 - HOT TENTS With Backcountry Exposure & It's Good In The Woods

    Backcountry BSing #65 - HOT TENTS With Backcountry Exposure & It's Good In The Woods

    We have been looking for good resources relating to hot tents for awhile, so we figured we would invite two YouTubers that have a TON of experience on the matter.  We are joined by Justin from It's Good in the Woods and Devin from Backcountry Exposure. Both of them have extensive experience using hot tents in many different conditions.  

    We talk different types of hot tents, their favorites, some fun hot tent experiences, common myths about hot tenting, some great tips & hacks, and if you're going to die from carbon monoxide exposure  

    Check Out Their Channels! 

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvStG3J85bTj6QqgUB5ly8w 

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVyZtccA-oMchXHai-CJyPA

    Thank you to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Backcountry BSing #64 - HAMMOCKS v TENTS - THE GREAT DEBATE

    Backcountry BSing #64 - HAMMOCKS v TENTS - THE GREAT DEBATE

    We are having the GREAT DEBATE tonight on backcountry BSing - LIVE  Our friend Sam, also having 10+ years experience with both hammocks and tents joins us to break down the pro's and con's of these shelter systems spread across various categories.  

    We go DEEP into the various attributes linked to tents and hammocks, and hope this might serve future backpackers as they decide between the two. We also open up the phone-a-friend line and talk to the king of hammocks - Spiguyver backpacking.  Of course we discuss current events, pop open some choice bourbon, and have a great time!

    Thank you to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com

    • 2 hr 2 min
    Backcountry BSing #63 - Scott Talmage - Endeavor Brewery & Spirits

    Backcountry BSing #63 - Scott Talmage - Endeavor Brewery & Spirits

    Scott Talmage is an accomplished outdoorsmen, alpinist, and all-around fun guy. He is also owner of endeavor brewing (and spirits) here in Columbus Ohio. We sit down and talk to Scott about winter hiking in the Himalayas, his most dangerous hiking encounters, brewing beer and spirits, upcoming hiking plans, and how covid has effected everything. We had a great time talking Scott - thanks for BSing! Please check out endeavor brewing in Columbus  

    https://endeavorbrewing.com/

    Thanks to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com

    • 2 hr 47 min
    Backcountry BSing #62 - Dr. Jeff Meldrum, PhD (Professor & Bigfoot Scientist)

    Backcountry BSing #62 - Dr. Jeff Meldrum, PhD (Professor & Bigfoot Scientist)

    Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a Full Professor of Anatomy & Anthropology at Idaho State University (since 1993). He teaches human anatomy in the graduate health professions programs. His research encompasses questions of vertebrate evolutionary morphology generally, primate locomotor adaptations more particularly, and especially the emergence of modern human bipedalism. His co-edited volume, From Biped to Strider: the Emergence of Modern Human Walking, Running, and Resource Transport, proposes a more recent innovation of modern striding gait than previously assumed. His interest in the footprints attributed to sasquatch, was piqued when he examined a set of 15-inch tracks in Washington, in 1996. Now his lab houses well over 300 footprint casts attributed to this mystery primate.  

    Check out his book on the matter: https://www.amazon.com/Sasquatch-Legend-Science-Jeff-Meldrum/dp/0765312174

    Thanks to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Backcountry BSing #61 - 2021 Hiking Plans

    Backcountry BSing #61 - 2021 Hiking Plans

    Welcome to 2021!  In this episode we discuss our upcoming hiking plans, some up and coming BSing guests we are having on the show, try some awesome bourbon, and field some questions from the audience. Here's to a new year!

    THANK YOU to this episode's sponsor artofthetrek.com

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

Dali1976 ,

Every show is awesome!

If you are not listening to The Schill Brothers... your life is not complete. These guys are so funny and their podcasts are something I look forward to every week! Thanks to Andy and Kevin for always producing a great show

Elnodeniro ,

SBO

Great pair of guys. Great discussions. Great content. Backpacking hiking camping gear bourbon trail food BBQ.

PapaWare ,

Backcountry BSing

What a way to escape from the crap in the world. An hour of backpack talk and bourbon. I doesn’t get much better than that. Good Job Kevin and Andy

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