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Kerri Ana Provost and Johnna Kaplan share travel tips and discuss their experiences of journeys and places. In each episode, they get nerdy about their home base, Connecticut; talk about travel in New England and the Tri-State area; and reminisce about their adventures across the USA and in the wider world.

Going/Steady Johnna Kaplan and Kerri Ana Provost

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Kerri Ana Provost and Johnna Kaplan share travel tips and discuss their experiences of journeys and places. In each episode, they get nerdy about their home base, Connecticut; talk about travel in New England and the Tri-State area; and reminisce about their adventures across the USA and in the wider world.

    Going/Steady Ep. 26: There’s More to Life Than This

    Going/Steady Ep. 26: There’s More to Life Than This

    In which we discuss: -Re-entering society, post-vaccination. -What we learned and how we adapted (or not) over the past year. -Worrying about stuff. Of course. Come on girl Let’s sneak out of this party It’s getting boring There’s more to life than this By party, of course, we mean pandemic, and by sneak out, we … Continue reading Going/Steady Ep. 26: There’s More to Life Than This

    • 38 min
    GOING/STEADY EP. 25 (PART 2): LESS FAT SHAMING, MORE FAT BIKING

    GOING/STEADY EP. 25 (PART 2): LESS FAT SHAMING, MORE FAT BIKING

    It’s Part 2 of Kerri’s conversation with Joseph Dickerson, creator of Inspired Adventurist and CORA board member! (You can find Part 1 here.)

    • 28 min
    Going/Steady Ep. 25 (Part 1): Less Fat Shaming, More Fat Biking

    Going/Steady Ep. 25 (Part 1): Less Fat Shaming, More Fat Biking

    While Johnna was buried under an avalanche of work, Kerri chatted with Joseph Dickerson, creator of Inspired Adventurist and CORA board member, about how we can make exploring the outdoors more accessible by applying anti-racist and anti-misogynst principles and practices. Listen to learn about ice climbing in Connecticut, getting stranded in Vietnam, and bikepacking along … Continue reading Going/Steady Ep. 25 (Part 1): Less Fat Shaming, More Fat Biking

    • 37 min
    Going/Steady Ep. 24: Do They Know It’s Christmas Time At All (Clearly We Don’t)

    Going/Steady Ep. 24: Do They Know It’s Christmas Time At All (Clearly We Don’t)

    In which we discuss: Isolation Not Traveling Storms Holidays Instagram (of course) This episode is a little message for the end of the year – or rather, two little messages, recorded separately, because 2020 may be ending but Covid is still going strong. First, Kerri discusses traditions, not traveling, Covid restrictions, and transportation. Then, Johnna … Continue reading Going/Steady Ep. 24: Do They Know It’s Christmas Time At All (Clearly We Don’t)

    • 26 min
    Going/Steady Ep. 23: The Quarantine Diaries

    Going/Steady Ep. 23: The Quarantine Diaries

    In which we discuss: The adventure muscles we’re losing in the #staysafestayhome era. What historic cemeteries can teach us in this morbid moment.   It’s another mini-episode, pandemic style – with a twist. We’re not Zooming this time, but sharing with you some thoughts, individually recorded, on what we’ve been doing recently. Johnna’s in a … Continue reading Going/Steady Ep. 23: The Quarantine Diaries

    • 22 min
    Going/Steady Ep. 22: Pandemic-Style Travel

    Going/Steady Ep. 22: Pandemic-Style Travel

    In which we discuss: Masks, and lack of masks. Public restrooms, and other travel dilemmas.  Outdoor tips for beginners.   Since our last mini episode, time has flown by…or has it stood still? In this episode, we’re still Going Nowhere, so we talk about what we’re seeing around the state in July 2020 as far … Continue reading Going/Steady Ep. 22: Pandemic-Style Travel

    • 45 min

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This is a very enjoyable podcast about what's interesting and worthwhile in everyday places in Connecticut and around New England. The hosts have engaging discussions of what it's like to live in and visit places and how to think about being a traveler or a tourist. They're appreciative of everything but lead us toward some of the more neglected or disregarded towns and cities for a slightly alternative approach to local tourism. Get ready for a gentle takedown of celebrated locales like Burlington Vermont and Mystic Connecticut and instead enjoy a walk through New London or Hartford's riverfront.

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