Episode Archives

G.O. 089 – Chef Corso

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G.O. 089 - Outdoor Gourmet Chef Corso of MONTyBOCA

Washington native Chef Corso was introduced to the natural world by a group of high school friends. He quickly embraced a multitude of adventure sports, especially backpacking, but was always underwhelmed by the camp meals. A lifelong cook, Chef Corso founded MONTyBOCA, an online community dedicated to getting everyone to eat better in the outdoors. He and Jason spoke over Skype about the social importance of food, the path to creating MONTyBOCA, and how we all can elevate our meals.

 

LINKS:

MONTyBOCA.com
MONTyBOCA on YouTube
instagram.com/montyboca
MONTyBOCA on Pinterest

G.O. 088 – UAE Bouldering

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G.O. 088 - Sara and Allen and UAE Boulders

Sara Al Awadhi is a lawyer from the UAE. Allen Kenneth Schaidle is an academic from the Midwest United States. A chance encounter and a passion for climbing brought them together. Now married, they explore the UAE establishing new bouldering areas. Sara and Allen spoke with Jason one morning about the culture and ethics of the Middle East, the delicious sweets, the challenges of creating a guidebook, the joys of sharing climbing, and why Allen struggles to keep his shirt on.

 

LINKS:

saraalawadhi.com
akschaidle.com/outdoors.html
Mountain Project Page

G.O. 087 – Daisy Martinez

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G.O. 087 - Running With Confidence With Daisy Martinez

Daisy Martinez has struggled with depression throughout her life. A day hike with a friend to Mount Baldy would unexpectedly lead her down a path to ultra running. This newfound passion gives her a renewed sense of purpose, goals to achieve, builds confidence, and helps manage her depression. Daisy and Jason met one morning to discuss her history with running, environmentalism, and mental health.

 

LINKS:

elementsofdaisy.com
facebook.com/elementsofdaisy
instagram.com/elementsofdaisy

 

G.O. 086 – West Coast Trail

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G.O. 086 - Doubt on the West Coast Trail

In 2010, Jason and Steven Calcote embarked on the week long journey of hiking Vancouver Island’s beloved West Coast Trail. Four days of non-stop rain, swollen rivers, and numerous obstacles would create a seminal event in their outdoor experiences. This is their story of accepting hardship and chasing epiphanies.

 

LINKS:

Parks Canada WCT
westcoasttrail.com
hikewct.com
Blisters and Bliss Book
WCT Wikipedia

 

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G.O. 085 – Alden Anderson Returns

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G.O. 085 - Alden Anderson, 360 Nomad Across the Globe

Previous guest (G.O. #16) Alden Anderson is 3 years into a 6 month trip across Europe and Asia. He and Jason spoke over Skype about how travel changes a person, why exploring culture is as important as exploring nature, the human connections photography can bring, and the unexpected revelations life as a nomad has brought.

 

LINKS:

instagram.com/360nomad
hoian360.com
vietnamthepeople.com
360nomad.org

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G.O. 084 – Cyndi Wyatt

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G.O. 084 - Running to Life With Cyndi Wyatt

Cyndi Wyatt grew up running along the beaches of Florida, practicing aerobics, and eventually modeling. Running is what would stick with her, especially as it helped her cope with the aftermath of an abusive marriage. Now Cyndi competes as an ultrarunner, organizes outdoor events, and guides others. She and Jason met one rainy day to discuss the progression of her life in nature and how running has improved her life and those around her.

 

LINKS:

facebook.com/cyndi.wyatt13
instagram.com/cyndi_skyrunner_wyatt
Lowa Boots Blog

Chick-a-Boom!
Facebook Group
YouTube

L.A. Marathon
Catalina Marathon
Santa Monica Mountain Goats
REI Outessa
REI School

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G.O. 083 – Daniel Harm

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G.O. 083 - Daniel Harm Builds a Trail to Harmony

Daniel Harm has lived an eclectic existence influenced by nature and art. He grew up internationally, raced bicycles professionally, lived in the wilderness building an ornate trail system, scales mountains and trees, and shares his style of unique art through photography and film. He and Jason spoke one morning about his many experiences, his reflections on life and society, and the wild world of eco-tech futurism.

 

LINKS:

danielharm.com
vimeo.com/danielharmonyharm
instagram.com/danielharmonyharm

Soundings of the Planet:
YouTube Channel
instagram.com/soundingsoftheplanet

Radiolab – Smarty Plants

Mark Twight Enormocast Episodes:
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G.O. 082 – Courtney Condy

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G.O. 082 - Courtney Condy and Occupation Wild

Courtney Condy was a workaholic go-getter intent on becoming a millionaire before 30. Yet, she hated her life. A spontaneous trip to Nepal shifted her perspective ultimately leading her to pursue a new career as an outdoor leader. She founded Occupation Wild, an online resource that helps others find employment in the outdoor industry. Courtney and Jason sat in a park one evening discussing existential issues, the joys of being a camp bitch, and how avoiding Coachella can change a person’s life.

 

LINKS:

occupationwild.com
instagram.com/occupation_wild
instagram.com/courtneymcondy

G.O. 081 – Daniel Elson

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G.O. 081 - Daniel Elson, Mustachioed Animator Canyoneer

Daniel Elson makes cartoons, hides his past, and descends canyons on sketchy anchors. Did we mention his mustache? He has a boffo mustache. Daniel and Jason hid from the rain in a makeup room one morning to discuss the state of animation, ways to get fired, California zebras, and the toxic aspects of the outdoor community. Oh, and his mustache, of course.

 

LINKS:

instagram.com/danielelson

G.O. 080 – Trailmothers

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G.O. 080 - Roundtable: Trailmothers

What began as an instagram account devoted to sharing hiking photos of a mother and her son has blossomed into a community of families sharing outdoor adventures with each other. Jason met with seven members of Trailmothers one morning in Griffith Park to discuss how the group has enriched their lives, taught them to manage fear, built meaningful friendships, and helped them embrace their inner crybabies.

 

LINKS:

trailmothers.com
instagram.com/trailmothers
facebook.com/TrailMothers
facebook.com/groups/Trailmothers
twitter.com/TrailMothers

instagram.com/Kristenliam31
twitter.com/KristenInspires