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Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Heather SaulsburyHeather is an Outdoor Adventure Enthusiast and Owner and Co-founder of PNWBUSHCRAFT, the producer of rugged outdoor gear for your next adventure. PNWBUSHCRAFT is a family business she started with her husband in 2014.  They focus on creating amazing handcrafted outdoor gear that is a sustainable product that will help create years of wonderful experiences and not end up in a landfill after a couple of uses.To learn more about Heather and PNWBUSHCRAFT, check out their website at https://www.pnwbushcraft.com/You can also check out PNWBUSHCRAFT on these social sites:FacebookLink: https://www.facebook.com/pnwbushcraftshopInstagramLink: https://www.instagram.com/pnwbushcraftshopYouTubeLink: https://www.youtube.com/pnwbushcraftshopAnd don’t forget to check out PNWBUSHCRAFT ADVENTURES, which is streaming on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and Roku, and is available on Youtube. The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, stewardship, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Paul Sieswerda.Paul is the Executive Director of Gotham Whale, a 501c3 organization whose mission is the study, education, and advocacy for the marine mammals around NYC. Paul is the author of Big Whale, Big City, an illustrated children’s book that tells the story of a  humpback whale named Jerry, whose journey to New York City parallels the story of humpbacks that are returning to NYC.Link: https://amzn.to/3I34G12The Illustrator for Big Whale, Big City was Joy S. Reidenberg, Ph.D.The book's cover photo is based on the photography of Artie Raslich. Paul was also a longtime Curator at both the New England and NY Aquariums. He is also the author of Sharks (Animal Ways), published in 2001.Link: https://amzn.to/36gg7FGClick here to learn more about Gotham Whale on their website.Link: https://gothamwhale.org/You can also find Gotham Whale on the following social sites:InstagramLink: https://www.instagram.com/gothamwhale/Facebook Link:  https://www.facebook.com/gothamwhaleTwitterLink:  https://twitter.com/gothamwhaleTo learn more about Illustrator, Dr. Reidenberg, visit her LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/joy-s-reidenberg/  or Facebook profile at https://www.facebook.com/ReidenbergTV/To learn more about, photographer, Artie Raslich, check out Artie’s award-winning photography on his website at http://www.artieraslich.com/.We were introduced to Paul by Chris Paparo, from Fish Guy Photos. We published episode 3116, Chris, back in December 2021. Here’s a link to the episode with Chris -- https://outdooradventureseries.com/chris-paparo-episode-3116/To learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America, visit their website at https://owaa.org.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, stewardship, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Kevin Belanger, Great American Rail-Trail Project Manager for the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.The Rails-to-Trail Conservancy was founded in 1986. Its mission is to build a nation connected by trails. They’re reimagining public spaces to create safe ways for everyone to walk, bike, and be active outdoors.Aha MomentThe Great American Rail-Trail is a huge vision to connect the country via a multi-use trail across 12 states and DC. I'm continually amazed at how many people are inspired by the vision to start Bikepacking, especially people for whom big, outdoor adventures haven't always been on their bucket lists.Insight2GoThey didn't teach me in school how important cultivating relationships is to help get things done. We can have the best and biggest ideas that we think everyone should get on board with, but it can only happen at the speed of relationship building. So many doors have opened for me personally and professionally because of the time I've invested in getting to know people - and I can often trace situations where things haven't worked out as I've wanted to relationships that I haven't spent enough time on.To learn more about the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, visit their website at www.railstotrails.orgClick here for more about the Great American Rail-Trail.Link: https://www.railstotrails.org/greatamericanrailtrail/Click here for Trail Maps & Guides for Biking, Hiking, and Running Trails on TrailLink. Link: https://www.traillink.com/Click here to discover ways to participate in Celebrate Trails Day, an annual spring celebration of America’s trails.Link: https://www.railstotrails.org/experience-trails/celebrate-trails/To learn more about Kevin and his journey, check out his By Way of the Trail blog at https://www.bywayofthetrail.com/You can also find more information about the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, The Great American Trail, and Kevin, on the following social sites.FacebookLink: https://www.facebook.com/greatamericanrailtrailInstagram - Ihttps://www.instagram.com/greatamericanrailtrailInstagram IILink: https://www.instagram.com/bywayofthetrail/Here are a few additional external links that Kevin shared during our episode:Warrior Expeditions’ commitment to the mission of The Great American Rail-Trail.Northern Cheyenne Breakout Legacy Fund to promote the development of the Northern Cheyenne Healing TrailClick here to learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of AmericaThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is John Asselin.John has been with the Bureau of Land Management since August 2016 as a public affairs specialist. He is responsible for communication for Red Rock Canyon and Sloan National Conservation Areas (NCAs), and Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada.The Bureau of Land Management is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering federal lands. Click here to learn about the BLM and its mission.Insight2GoWith any job, there are frustrating days. And then there are days that are not at all frustrating,  that are wonderful. And, things that, you know are, you're just amazed that. When cool things happen, document them. And then, just save them. So then when you're having a rough day, you can go back and look at the cool things you've done.And I think by writing those things down and documenting them, that when you have those rough days where it just seems like nothing's working and you're really annoyed to go back and look at those cool things that that life has given you as you've gone along through your career.You can also learn more about the BLM Southern Nevada on the following social sites:TwitterFacebookYouTubeFlickrTo learn more about Red Rock Canyon, visit their website at https://friendsredrock.org/To learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America, visit their website at https://owaa.org.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Chris Midgette.Chris is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast that writes about dogs, hunting, and stories from the field. Most of his stories involve his Boykin Spaniels, Cooper & Traveller, as they chase waterfowl and upland birds across the US.Aha MomentAs far as my writing, it was when my first story got picked up by the Boykin Spaniel Society for their magazine. As far as working with my dogs, it was when I took Traveller on his first hunting trip and how well he did. That's when I really started focusing on experiencing different hunts/places across the US.Insight2GoTo just take that trip. I've talked to so many people that say they can't, don't have time, or can't afford it. There are ways to make it work and make it affordable. I think so many people psych themselves out of going on big trips. Of course, don't forget to take the pup!To learn more about Chris, his writing, and virtually meet Cooper & Traveller, visit his website at https://www.thehuntingtraveller.com.You can also learn more about Chris on the following social sites:InstagramFacebookLinkedInTo learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America, visit their website at https://owaa.org.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Ethan Gallogly.Ethan, or "Po", as he is known on the trail, is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Hiker, Professor, and Author of The Trail: a novel. The Trail is more than just a novel about hiking that details the origins of the John Muir Trail: a 211-mile trail spanning the rooftop of the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the continental United States. The Trail is an interpretation of the Hero’s Journey, which invites the reader to explore how nature can help us to rediscover what’s missing in our livesThe trail has earned numerous awards. It was included in Kirkus Reviews BEST BOOKS OF 2021 issue • "Unreservedly Recommended" by Midwest Book Review • Five Star Review from Reader Views.While not hiking, he can be found teaching chemistry and is co-author of a widely-used General Chemistry textbook published by University Science Books.To pick up your copy of The Trail, you can visit TheTrailNovel.com, and choose your preferred bookseller. Amazon & AudibleTo learn more about Ethan, his work, and future adventures, visit his website at https://www.ethangallogly.com.Ethan’s Book Recommendations & AcknowledgementsTrudge: A Midlife Crisis on the John Muir Trail by Lori Oliver-Tierney.The Hungry Spork: A Long Distance Hiker's Guide to Meal Planning by Inga Aksamit.Illustrations by Jeremy Ashcroft, Illustrator, author, mountaineer, and mountain biker.Link: http://jeremyashcroftmaps.etsy.comCover Art by Faith Rumm, Natural History Illustrator and Interpretive Designer.Link: https://www.rummstudio.comThe JMT Wilderness Conservancy -- Stewardship of the John Muir Trail  -- A long-distance trail in the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California, passing through Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks. Link: https://jmtwilderness.org/The Pacific Crest Trail Association -- An eclectic band of trail junkies who champion the needs of the Pacific Crest Trail. Link: https://www.pcta.org/The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Richard Bangs.Richard is an Outdoor Enthusiast, co-founder, and Chief Adventure Officer of Steller - the app that connects travelers with cool new places and experiences. The NYTimes calls him the Father of Modern Adventure Travel and Explorers Web named him one of 100 Great Explorers of the Last 100 Years. Richard has spent 30 years + as an explorer and communicator. Back in the 90s, Richard produced the first internet travel site - MTSobek (www.mtsobek.com), the first travel CD ROM - The Adventure Dis), and the first virtual expeditions site - Terra Quest (www.terra-quest.com ).Richard has been an Adventure Filmmaker and Director, Contributing Author for many magazines, he has written numerous books and produced numerous documentaries, many of which have resulted in awards. He has lectured at the Smithsonian, the National Geographic Society, the Explorers Club, and other notable venues.Check out the web and social links below to lean into your outdoor adventure experienceMTSobek - The Adventure CompanyInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubewww.steller.co - Steller helps Outdoor Travel Enthusiast connect travelers with cool new places and experiences via their App.InstagramFacebookTwitterand the Center for Responsible Travel - https://www.responsibletravel.org/Aha MomentBoy, we have shared the wild places of the world with so many over the years, and there are stacks of letters and emails from those who have found the experiences transformational and returned with fresh eyes and deeper understandings of the interconnectedness of all things.You can connect with Richard on the following social sites:FacebookInstagramTo Learn about the Outdoor Writers Association of America, visit their website at https://owaa.orgThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Ryan McMahon. Ryan McMahon is the Founder of Elite Custom Adventures. I was introduced to Ryan by Chez Chesak, Executive Director of the Outdoor Writers Association of America - https://owaa.orgRyan and his team at Elite Custom Adventures here in Las Vegas, specializes in creating experiences for their clients that they’ll remember for a lifetime.ECA’s adventures include Las Vegas Day Trips & National Park Experiences.ECA works with individuals, Corporate, and International Clients,ECA National Park Scholarship - The ECA provides a scholarship to a family of up to 6 who:Have never experienced a national park,Would not be able to afford the experience otherwise,Are members of a traditionally underserved population, andWho do good for othersInSight2GoA quote that jumps out to me is one that I've been a fan of since high school. I believe it was attributed to Einstein, and its, great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. When you want to pursue spending time in the outdoors and doing multi-site Section Hikes, or maybe going and hiking the Appalachian trail, or starting a travel business during a pandemic, a lot of people will tell you you're crazy, or that's not a great idea, or maybe you should have a backup plan or things along those lines., but I think a lot of times that people who have that drive and want to achieve. Sometimes you got to make the leap and don't be afraid of it.Book RecommendationsRyan recommends Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills Paperback – Illustrated, October 5, 2017, by The Mountaineers.To learn more about Elite Custom Adventures, visit their website at https://elitecustomadventures.com/You are also invited to visit ECA on the following social sites: Instagram FacebookLinkedInThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another year of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Rob Vinson. Rob is a Wildlife Refuge Manager with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He is currently the Wildlife Refuge Manager at the Pahranagat and Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuges, here in Southern Nevada.In this episode, Rob shares his passion for wildlife habitat and population management and seeing migratory birds utilize habitats that the Refuge Crews work hard to provide.Rob also discussed the ongoing research that takes in the refugees throughout the US, including the annual Christmas Bird Count.To learn more about Rob and his work, visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website at https://www.fws.gov/ and the Pahranagat and Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuges website at https://www.fws.gov/refuge/pahranagat/.You can also learn more about the Pahranagat and Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuges by visiting their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PahrandMoapaValleyNWR.To learn more about the National Audobon Society, visit their website at https://www.audubon.org/.To learn about the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, visit their website at https://sfws.auburn.edu/.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Alec Sills-Trausch. Alec is an Outdoors Writer, Landscape Photographer, and is a passionate advocate for pushing boundaries in the wild. He loves to write about his travels, and craft articles that help educate and inspire others to find their joy in nature. By showing off the beauty of planet earth, he hopes to bring more people into the environmental movement to protect our greatest treasures. Alec’s current writing roles include SunnyScope and Adorama. He also wanted to share that he is a cancer survivor, and he hopes to show the world that there is a future beyond this terrible disease. Alec resides in Santa Barbara, CA, and has plans to move to Seattle in 2022. "ah-ha" moment I just heard from a fellow hiker who follows me on Instagram that she sustained a hard fall and was discouraged to rehab. But after seeing my story of coming back from cancer to do some gnarly hikes, it really gave her the motivation to keep pushing and find her path back!Recent news stories or industry topics: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/nasas-new-webb-space-telescope-opens-its-golden-eye (new telescope that was launched successfully) // https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/01/06/reservations-national-parks-forests/ (reservations in the national parks)Links to any recent articles:https://explorewithalec.com/2021/12/22/2021-recap-and-my-10-favorite-photos-of-the-year https://www.sunnysports.com/blog/14-peaks-movie-review/"Insight2Go" As quoted from Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead – April 7, 2015, by Brené Brown"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat." - Teddy RooseveltRoosevelt, T. (1913) Theodore Roosevelt; an autobiography. New York, The Macmillan Company. [Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://lccn.loc.gov/13024840.To learn more about Alec, you can visit his websites at https://explorewithalec.com or  https://AlecSillsTrauschPhotography.comYou can also find Alec on the following social sites:InstagramTwitterThe Outdoor Adv
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is David Young.David is a Colorado-based Freelance Writer specializing in outdoor adventure, public relations, and the production of Creative Custom Content. He is also an avid skier, fly fisherman, MTB, golfer & whiskey lover.To learn more about David, you can visit his website at http://davidyoungcommunications.com/.You can also visit David on the following social sites:LinkedInTwitterClick here to learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA).The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Retha Charette. Retha is a Professional Pedestrian, Adventure Travel Writer, and Adventure Manager.Retha works with women who want to get outside, build their hiking skills, and push themselves, and she loves hiking big mountains and long trailsIn this episode you’ll also learn more about Retha’s adventure travel spirit, including the moment she and her hiking buddy climbed onto the ferry to get across the Kennebec River in Maine, to finish her AT hiking adventure.To learn more about Retha and her adventure opportunities visit her website at https://roamingnanny.com.You can also retrieve a free download on her website, the Beginner’s Guide to Hiking: https://roamingnanny.com/free-beginners-guide-to-hiking/You can also learn more about Retha on the following social sites:FacebookInstagramRoaming Nanny is also affiliated with the following adventure travel sites for woman:WHOA Travel  - A boutique adventure company for woman by woman Damesly - Womens Travel Boutique Tours for Creative & Professional WomenInsigt2Go:Just do it. Don't wait!!!To learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association or America, visit their website at https://owaa.orgThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another year of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host, Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration and enjoyment of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Tom Luba. Tom is a Fishing Enthusiast, Jig Craftsman, and Freelance Outdoor Writer. His writing focuses on open-water fishing.Where you can find Tom’s work:Midwest OutdoorsOn Wisconsin Outdoors, Distributed at the Quick Trip Gas StationsTo learn more about what you need to make your own fishing lures and tie your own flies, visit these sites:LurePartsOnline Barlow's Tackle ShopJann’s NetcraftInsigt2Go:Follow this link to our Dropbox folder where you’ll find to documents that Tom has shared:1. Making Jigs Outline with Photos; and 2. Jig Making 101 instructionsThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Chris PaparoChris is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Freelance Writer, and Wildlife Photographer.Chris was born and raised on Long Island (New York). He’s been exploring the wilds of the Island for over 30 years. He is the owner of Fish Guy Photos, Chris is a wildlife photographer, writer, and lecturer who enjoys bringing public awareness to the diverse wildlife that calls the island home.Articles Chris also writes features for the NY/NJ edition of On The Water Magazine.https://news.stonybrook.edu/university/great-horned-owls-descend-on-stony-brook-southampton/Insigt2Go: "get outside and explore nature"To learn more about Chris and his work, you can visit his website at www.fishguyphotos.comYou can also keep up with Chris’ adventures by following him on the following social sites: FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInClick here to learn more about eh Outdoor Writers Association of America and the New York State Outdoor Writers AssociationThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Jim Boone.Jim is an Outdoor Enthusiast, and Ecologist. His professional interests include looking at the way things interact, focusing now on the local effects of climate change on the desert ecosystem, and things that can be done to ease the transition to a different climate system.Jim also runs the Bird and Hike Website - is intended for two audiences: (1) people who might not visit public lands on their own, and (2) visitors from afar who don't know the area. But really, the main audience is people who haven't gotten out on public lands but want to.PASSIONHiking alone in the desert knocking down abandoned, bird-killing mining-claim markers.WEBSITE PURPOSEHopefully, novice hikers will get to know their public lands, fall in love with our wild places, and then be willing to stand with us advocating for the protection of our special places.ARTICLEShttps://birdandhike.wordpress.com/2020/10/10/rodents-seek-moisture-from-sensitive-plants-during-a-severe-drought-year/https://birdandhike.wordpress.com/2020/01/30/removing-hollow-pipe-mining-claim-markers-from-gold-butte-national-monument/Insigt2Go: Everyone has a special skill. We should consider the most impactful way to use our special skills to volunteer for an organization that does something important to your goals in life.To learn more about Jim and his work, you can visit his website at https://BirdAndHike.comYou can also find Chris on the following social sites: FacebookLink: If you would like your observations to contribute to biodiversity science and have your findings added to scientific data repositories so that scientists can use your data, visit iNaturalist at https://www.inaturalist.org/, and get involved.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, this is Howard Fox, host of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Edgar CastilloEdgar is a recently retired law enforcement officer. He also served in the United States Marine Corps for twelve years. Edgar has a passion for exploring the landscapes in search of wild birds in wild places. He documents his travels across public lands, throughout his home state of Kansas and the greater US, hunting in open fields, walking tree lines, & busting’ through plum thickets.To learn more about Edgar, you can visit his website at https://projectupland.com/author/huntbirdz/Articles by Edgar:Edgar has written over 75 articles for both print and online content for various magazines and online e-magazines and European journals.https://hunttoeat.com/hunting/check-your-harvest-a-game-birds-crop-tells-the-story/https://projectupland.com/author/huntbirdz/You can also find Edgar on the following social sites:FacebookInstagramLinkedInTo learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA), visit their website at https://owaa.orgInSight2GoThat I can't believe I am an outdoor writer! - this is something that I struggle with as now that I have been doing for a couple of years, I believe out-of-reach dreams can come to fruition with hard work and tenacity.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Kelsey RosethKelsey is an entrepreneur, she runs Kero Creative, an advertising//marketing agency, and she is a Freelance Journalist.As a woman with a disability, Kelsey writes about birding (a disability-friendly activity), nature and the outdoors, and how to pursue outdoor recreation as a person with a disability, or a person experiencing chronic pain.To learn more about Kelsey and her work, visit her website at https://keslseyroseth.comLinks to articles by Kelsey:https://www.duluthnewstribune.com/lifestyle/1709302-Undefeated-by-pain-Duluth-woman-battles-back-with-a-positive-spirit-and-minimal-painkillershttps://www.birdsandblooms.com/author/kelsey-roseth/https://medium.com/@kelseyroseth (older content)You can also follow Kelsey on these social sites:FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitter InSight2GoAs I've navigated through a substantial business spurt over the past year, I've had to break every moment, every task, down to focusing "on this moment." If I opened my thoughts back up to look at the whole picture of what I had to accomplish, I'd flounder entirely or stress levels would become immensely high and I'd fail at my business. If I focus on the moment, on the minute, even on the second, that helps me avoid overwhelm.To learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA), visit their website at https://owaa.org.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Ruth Hoyt.Ruth is a Naturalist, an Award-winning Nature Photographer, and Owner of Photo Bound Tours. She is based in Deep South Texas, and specializes in teaching bird and nature photography. She works with Texas photo ranches as a guide, workshop leader, and consultant. Ruth has led tours and workshops for various companies such as Kodak and agencies such as the National Parks system. She also has many Exhibitions, Photo Credits, and Photo Competitions to her credit.Ruth is a long-time active member of OWAA (Outdoor Writers Association of America) and currently serves on the Board of Directors. Her Committee work includes support for the Photography and Excellence In Craft competition sections. She also maintains memberships in Texas and the United States with various nature, conservation and photography organizations.InSight2GoConsider your sense of ethics whenever you photograph.Never stop asking questions and always seek answers.The more you look, the more you see.To learn more about Ruth and her work, you can visit her website at https://ruthhoyt.com/You can also follow Ruth on these social sites:Instagram YouTube Click here to learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America.The Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Mary Forgione.Mary is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Freelance Writer, and Editor, specializing in travel and Outdoors adventures worldwide.Mary Forgione writes “The Wild”, a weekly newsletter featuring insider tips on the best of Southern California beaches, trails, parks, deserts, forests, and mountains. She loves tips and stories about running, hiking, and anything to do with the great outdoors. Click here to sign-up for “The Wild” Newsletter - https://www.latimes.com/newsletters/the-wildStories We Chatted About With Mary: Hiking with a disability The bonds you make on the trailTo learn more about Mary, you can connect and follow her on these social sites:LinkedInTwitterInstagramRecommendationsSecret Stairs: A Walking Guide to the Historic Staircases of Los Angeles Paperback – April 1, 2010 by Charles FlemingTo learn more about the Sierra Club, visit their website at https://www.sierraclub.org/To learn more about the Outdoor Writers Association of America, visit their website at https://owaa.orgThe Outdoor Adventure Series is a podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc.
Hello everyone, and welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. This is your Host Howard Fox. The Outdoor Adventure Series celebrates individuals & families, businesses, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration of the great outdoors. Our guest today is Phil BloomPhil is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Journalist, Freelance Writer, and Author. Phil spent 33 years as a newspaper reporter and 10 more as communications chief for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.He continues to write articles for Outdoor Indiana magazine, the official publication of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.Subscription are $15 per year or $28 for two years. Follow the magazine staff on Facebook, at http://www.facebook.com/OutdoorIndiana.Phil is researching the history of the Outdoor Writers Association of America. He enjoys digging into the past, learning about the people and events that shaped the organization, which was founded in 1927.Click here to find Hiking Indiana: A Guide to the State's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series) Paperback – November 15, 2018, on Amazon. To learn more about Phil and his work, you can follow him Follow and connect with him on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/phil-bloom-11a86a77Insigt2Go: Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, who spent 35 years as president of the University of Notre Dame, was a truly remarkable and inspirational leader. I've always enjoyed what he said about retirement: "Do as much as you can as well as you can for as long as you can, and don't complain about the things you can no longer do."The Outdoor Adventure Series is a Podcast Production of Fox Coaching, Inc. 
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