Season 1

Season 1 of the podcast

G.O. 012 – Karl Domangue

G.O. 012 – Mr. Extreme Things, Karl Domangue Karl Domangue left a lucrative career as an investment banker to pursue a passion for the outdoors. He founded the business Extreme Things and became a conduit to adventure sports for the everyday person. As he gained experiences and developed his skills, he craved more and joined…

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G.O. 011 – Chez Brungraber

G.O. 011 – Chez Brungraber, Efficient Ecosystem Expert Chez Brungraber is intrinsically linked to nature. As a botanist and wildlife biologist, her relationship with and understanding of the outdoors is what makes her a successful scientist. A lifelong love of plant-life has inspired her to spend as much time as possible outside, both professionally and…

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G.O. 010 – Scott Merrill

G.O. 010 – Discovering Canyons With Scott Merrill Scott Merrill is an eighth-grade math teacher and a recently engaged father of two. As rewarding as those things can be, he still felt an emptiness and calling for adventure he had difficulty heeding. After years of searching for an outlet for these pursuits, he found a…

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G.O. 009 – Alison Hudson

G.O. 009 – Nomadic Pursuits With Alison Hudson Alison Hudson is a NOLS instructor and filmmaker nomadically making her way around the world seeking new experiences. She spent multiple months in Nepal shooting a documentary, Close to the Edge: Life in the Khumbu, about Nepalese high-altitude workers. Her production was cut short by the tragic…

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G.O. 008 – Chris Kalous

G.O. 008 – Chris Kalous Continues With Style If you are a climber, it is likely you have heard of the Enormocast, the preeminent climbing podcast. For four years, Chris Kalous has interviewed climbers from around the world and shared them with the internet. Chris is not merely a podcaster, he is also an accomplished…

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G.O. 007 – Johanna Turner

G.O. 007 – Caught on Johanna Turner’s Cameras Johanna Turner is a patient person. Hiking miles into the wilderness periodically to maintain camera gear that may never capture a single image of wildlife requires patience. It also rewards hard-work and dedication. Only camera trappers ever capture imagery of wildlife in their natural environment unmolested by…

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G.O. 006 – Dusty Hulet

G.O. 006 – Dusty Hulet, Yellowstone Legend Dusty Hulet may not have been born in a tent—perhaps to his father’s chagrin—but he did grow up never missing a Boy Scout camp-out. Being raised in an active outdoor family laid a foundation for adventure in him that continues to grow. He makes a living as an…

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G.O. 005 – Nhung Luong

G.O. 005 – Dirtbagging with Nhung Luong Nhung Luong is scared of bears, but not of traveling the world solo. Her global travels began as a newborn when her family struggled to escape persecution in Vietnam, ultimately finding a new home in Australia. Recently she threw herself into a three-month nomadic adventure across the united…

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G.O. 004 – Scott Swaney

G.O. 004 – 99 Lives of Scott Swaney Scott Swaney is the Chuck Norris of Southern California. At 67 years old, he is still going strong despite his penchant to get himself into trouble. He is a lifer—one of those outdoorsmen who has stuck with exploratory pursuits for many decades and doesn’t intend to stop….

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G.O. 003 – Saveria Tilden

G.O. 003 – The Multi-faceted Saveria Tilden Saveria Tilden keeps busy. When she discovered the outdoors, she realized it needed to be shared. She made that happen by becoming an educator and consultant for various businesses and organizations. She works with the American Hiking Society, the Sierra Club, REI Outdoor School, Transforming Youth Outdoors, IslandWood,…

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