Posts Tagged ‘podcast’

#47: Everyone But Two Part 2

We return to a previous guest, Carla, as we get an update on her documentary, her travels, and what she plans to do next. We talk getting hangry and the stress of planning big trips. Don’t forget to listen to #37: Everyone But Two to catch the first part of her interview.

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#46: Field of Dreams

You know the movie, but do you know the location? Join our hosts and guest, Roman, as we discuss the Field of Dreams site located near Dyersville, Iowa. Learn how you can visit the actual farm where it was field, tour the house, and play on the field. This site may have been used for…

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#42: National Cherry Blossom Festival

The National Cherry Blossom Festival is coming up March 20 to April 14, 2019 and in celebration, we’re talking with Nora Strumpf: a D.C. local who now works with the non-profit organization. Nora shares her knowledge, her recommendations, and one of the biggest travel fails we’ve heard yet!

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#41: Fremont River Guides

An expert guide in Southern Utah, Shawn joins us as he tells about the many adventures available: jeeping, kayaking, hiking, repelling and more. There’s something for everyone but it pays to plan ahead at this popular destination spot. Hear some of the folklore of the area and be sure to try one of his fantastic…

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#40: Long Acres Alpaca Farms

As you take the scenic route to Long Acres, you’ll have everything you need for a relaxing weekend: peace and quiet, fresh vegetables from the Heritage Garden, and your own private alpaca herd. Listen in as Sarah talks about how she got started with alpacas and how you may never want to leave after you…

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#39: The Grit and Polish

Husband and wife team of The Grit and Polish, Garrett and Cathy Poshusta join us as we talk about being an Airbnb host, how they feel about strangers in their home, and some small tangents of dinosaurs and D.B. Cooper.

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#38: State of the Podcast

As the New Year has come and gone, we’ve had some exciting changes and would love to update you on our own “State of the Union- ” we mean…podcast. We’ll update you on our new content, give you a sneak of some upcoming guests, and give you hints to make traveling and adventuring easy. Expect…

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#35: Pillars of a Road Trip: Food

We talk with fellow podcaster, Chef Chris Clarke, of Something About Food? on this episode.  We dive in to favorite road trip snacks and the restaurants that need to be on your bucket list.  Make sure to listen in as the omnivore, vegetarian, and mostly vegan discuss the most important pillar of a road trip:…

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#34: Mailboats and More

Learn about Lake Geneva, nestled between Milwaukee, Chicago, and Madison as we explore the different tours and activities on the lake.  Most notable is the Mailboat Tour.  Summer employees jump off a moving boat to deliver the mail along the shore and have to make it back to the boat before it steers away.  Listen…

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#31: To All the Disney Fans

It’s all things Disney on this episode!  Host Cameron talks his most recent vacation to Disneyland with Audrey, a previous Character Attendant at Disney World.  Not only do they talk the tips and tricks of Disney, Cam airs some grievances regarding Goofy and Pluto and the lesser-known Disney movies.  

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#30: Flying the Chair Part 2

In Part 2, hosts Ren and Cam continue their conversation with Corey Wilkinson. Find out the abilities of the Ural and how you could get a ride in a sidecar, along with talk of vintage and muscle cars.  This episode isn’t about the destination, it’s about the journey, so buckle in for one great episode!

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#29: Flying the Chair Part 1

Corey Wilkinson joins us for a conversation of sidecars, twins, and ridiculously awesome videos. Located near the racing capital of the world, learn about his love for all things moto including Ural sidecars and even Ren’s old scooter. Make sure you obey all traffic laws after you listen to Part 1 of this interview.

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#28: White Frothy Water

We travel to Ohiopyle for Episode 28. Meaning “Land of the White Frothy Water” we talk to outfitter Laurel Highlands where it’s not just about the rapids.  There’s something for everyone in this Pennsylvania State Park that keeps people coming back for new adventures each year.

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#27: Norsk Hostfest

At the beginning of each autumn, tens of thousands gather for the largest Scandinavian Festival in all of North America in Minot, North Dakota. Join Ren and Cam as they interview Leann, Marketing Director of Norsk Hostfest.  With a great Midwestern accent, they talk all things Scandinavian, learn about the misconceptions of Vikings, and reminisce about…

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