County Superintendent, Mono County Office of Education, Mono County, CA
A Snow Shoe in Shady Rest; What They're Reading Now; County Supervisor Stacy Corless
Stacey and Christopher FINALLY give snowshoeing a shot, in Mammoth's Shady Rest, chat about some of their late good reads, and engage Mammoth's County Supervisor Stacy Corless.
The Druid Stones; Books Turned Into Movies/TV; Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center's Josh Feinberg
Christopher details a steep trek out of Bishop into the Druid Stones, Stacey and Christopher take up a couple books turned into movies, and the duo welcome Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center's Josh Feinberg.
The Sherwin Grade Wagon Tracks; Interior Chinatown; Mammoth Rec's Stuart Brown
A trek to the Owens Valley to view the Sherwin Grade Wagon tracks; a discussion of the National Book Award winning Interior Chinatown; a visit with City of Mammoth's Stuart Brown
Winter Walk to North Lake; Recent Reads; Mammoth's Sarah Rea
To start the New Year, Christopher and Stacey talk about a winter trek to North Lake, discuss their recent favorites, and bounce ideas around with Mammoth denizen and junior Town Council member Sarah Rea.
Books of the Year 2019, Redux
Hosts Christopher and Stacey join together with the Booky Joint's Dave Leonard to bring you their favorite books they recommended in 2019.
Top Picks of the Year with Dave Leonard from the Booky Joint
It's that time of the year! Dave Leonard comes in to talk books, the best of 2020, with Christopher and Stacey.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Love the podcast
It’s great to hear from people who live in my rural community and to hear about all the adventures to go see and what books I need to take a look at!
Yosemite adventure and Ventura Author
Listening to these podcasts is easy and enjoyable while I take a morning stroll! I have time to ponder and follow up with the great locations and books that are reviewed on the podcast. This station is eclectic in all three aspects of adventure, books, and conversation. The guests who appear are a treat and often not the people we get a chance to hear from enough, with their genuine and well spoken thoughts. Give it a listen!
Always funny when Mammoth-ites,
claim to know so much about Mono County, (they don’t) and then put their clueless ‘we’re so local’ slant on everything.
Don’t even know County boundaries or relevant history outside of what the rest of the ‘all-knowing’ Mammoth locals know.
After Tim Alper’s interview I had high hopes. Been waiting, still clueless.