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Erie Canal Theatre creates audio stories. Our lavishly sound-designed, improv comedy infused "Switchboard Infinity" spans 18 phantasmagoric episodes and also aired on WFMU. We recommend a binge listen. For 2017, we're creating a new batch of shows, such as the 1980s retro-noir comedy "Laughageddon" and a bunch of stuff that's still a secret. Subscribe and share today!
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
Whether you love camping, hiking, or paddling, we've got you covered! Each and every episode, The Outdoor Kind's John Van Barriger and his co-hosts will talk about the great outdoors, conduct an in-depth interview with a unique personality, and offer real-world safety tips to make your time in camp, along the trail or on the water safer and more enjoyable. Our podcast is produced for all outdoors enthusiasts in the U.S. and Canada! And the icing on the cake? We'll also feature music from an ...
 
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Episode 297 ~ October 21, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics While one man builds a canoe from old pianos, another group brought back a tradition of building a boat from moose hides John Van Barriger gives his last report from his 6 week Erie Canal kayak trip Is the death of paper media coming to the outdoor industry as more people turn to digital and want…
 
In this episode, Shannon "Joy" Finn returns to update us on her Appalachian Trail thorough-hike. She then turns the table and interviews John about the completion of his Erie Canal thru-paddle across New York state. Our Baker's Dozen set of questions are answered by Tommy and Rose Elliott, who volunteered as John's support crew for his 333-mile pad…
 
AFB and Phat Phred welcome Trisha Ignatowski who recently nabbed an FKT on the 360 mile Erie Canal Trail. According to undisclosed sources, she allegedly was inspired by the infamous 419 Bike trip of Cultra’s AFB. Trisha shares stories of competitive skating, trail running tips for women, steeplechase, South Mountain, NJ, Sassquad, Palisades, Totor…
 
October 16, 2021 Headlines around the world are talking about a bitcoin ETF being approved. However, the ETF is not what you think it is. Today the guys discuss this and many other pertinent topics surrounding the crypto markets as Bitcoin soars back above $60,000. https://bitcoinist.com/sec-tweet-sparks-fresh-speculation-over-bitcoin-etf-approval/…
 
John, Paul, George and Ringo are here! This was the result of like 4 episodes being spliced together, sometimes live, sometimes later in the studio. All kinds of technical difficulties. Whatevs, warts and all. We talk fall marathon season, bad ultrarunning advice, being burned out, Art literally just leaves early, we do NO Patreon (sorry, give us m…
 
October 15, 2021 In this walk and talk Tim takes a viewers question "How can the government be in control and behind everything while simultaneously being inept at the same?" From there Tim discusses: - The FED's upcoming taper - Inflation - Gold Market / Bond Market / Crypto - California new engine regulation, and more G Edward Griffin interview: …
 
Episode 296 ~ October 14, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger has finished paddling the Erie Canal and made it to the Hudson River. He fills us in in the final week of paddling and what is next. Changes are being made to Bears Ears Monument and a couple other notable places Confirmation on Katmai’s fattest bear…
 
October 8, 2021 Welcome to a very special episode of the Tim and John show. Today we had the honor of sitting down with the great G Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, and Grandfather to the Red Pill movement. With 90 years of wisdom under his belt, Mr G Edward Griffin is responsible for waking up millions of people to the fa…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we cover what's new in the U.S. Customs & Border Protection ROAM App. Port Director Jared Olafson with CBP is our guest, and he'll share how U.S. Citizens use ROAM to check back into the country when they cross the border aboard their boats. He'll also cover some new developments to the ROAM a…
 
Episode 295 ~ October 7, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John continues his paddle down the Erie Canal, making new friends, trying new foods, sampling local beers and watching an episode of COPS unfold right before his eyes It is Fat Bear Tuesday and the Champion of Katmai National Park is…..By SR
 
Cultra Host Evil Becky Byram leads a scatagorical episode as we talk Spatathalon. cutoffs, canellations, volcanos, FKT's and the beauy of running in the North East in Autumn. Check out the Spartathalon Here are the results of the Vermont 50 Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter Cultra Facebook Fan Page Sign up for a race …
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we continue our series on "How We Found our Great Loop Boat". AGLCA members Erica & Hawk Thompson, who will be working aboard while Looping with their toddler, share the details of how they selected their 34' Gemini sailing cat as their Great Loop boat.…
 
Episode 294 ~ September 30, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John calls in from the Erie Canal to give an update on the second week of his kayak trip Le Grand Portage fundraiser has teams portaging a canoe 700km from Toronto to Montreal It is Fat Bear Week. Which bear will be crowned Champion in Katmai National Park?…
 
Join us as we conclude our interview with Kevin Grange, author of "Wild Rescues: A Paramedic's Extreme Adventures in Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Grand Teton." As part of this interview section, Kevin offers his best tips for staying safe while adventuring outdoors. Plus, we talk with "Camper Christina" Scheuermann and ask her our Baker's Dozen quest…
 
The Crew hears from Michael Crutchley AKA Crutch Lee about the six or more times he attempted running 100 miles, until his recent success. Many great lessons here for anyone looking to take on the 100 mile distance. This may be the professional help you have been seeking. Cultra Episode 15 Evil Beck Burke Notchview Ultra Yeti 100 Ghost Train Grinds…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we share details about visiting Paducah, Kentucky as part of your Great Loop adventure. Paducah made the "Best of the Loop" list in three categories this year, and the transient dock located in the heart of the downtown area makes this a must-stop while on the Loop. Pam Spencer, Communications…
 
September 20, 2021 Tim's recent walk and talk - https://thelibertyadvisorshow.com/erie-canal/ https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/canadas-annual-inflation-rate-august-hits-41-highest-since-2003-2021-09-15/ https://finance.yahoo.com/news/yellen-warns-us-track-default-225445450.html https://finance.yahoo.com/news/higher-taxes-are-necessary-to-inve…
 
Reporting in with a classic walk and talk Vlog from the Erie Canal in upstate New York; Enjoy lush green scenery as Tim gives his take on what's in store for the future. Central Bank Digital Currencies and Transhumanism are on the horizon. The writing is on the wall, start preparing now before you are denied access via the "FED coin social credit s…
 
The Cultra Crew covers it all: New Haven Road Race, Vegemite, UTMB, Vegemite, Notchview Preview, Vegemite, Blue 2 Blue Preview, Soda Stream tips, and so much more. Becky tries Vegemite for the first time ever, live on this show and the results??? Tune in to find out how awkward this can get. Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Su…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, Steve & Carol aboard JADIP, a 37' Great Harbour, share the stories of their Great Loop adventure. Steve & Carol just crossed their wake on a clockwise Loop, but their unique circumstances have them heading towards crossing their wake again, this time in the counter-clockwise direction, in the …
 
Tim breaks down global economic collapse and where things are going https://linktr.ee/TimAndJohnShow Join Our email list at bit.ly/timjohnemail To learn more about John Sneisen's work please go to https://theeconomictruth.org/ Join the conversation in Tim and John's Discord community: https://discord.gg/vkxUkqg Itunes: https://bit.ly/libertyadvisor…
 
Episode 292 ~ September 16, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger is has started his Erie Canal trip and calls in to give an update on the first couple days Sean and Tracey are back from their Temagami canoe trip and don’t want to see another thunderstorm ever again!!! Temagami First Nations elder Alex Mathias talks about the history of Tema…
 
Scott Snell is a blue collar runner. Gritty and determined, he approaches his running like work. And the results have paid off big time as Scott is now 4 for 4 in Last Person Standing Backyard style races. Hear how he prepares for his runs, executes his runs then reflects on his runs with his excellent blog Beast Coast Trail Running Scott's FB page…
 
Paramedic , Firefighter, and Author Kevin Grange talks with John about his work in America's iconic national parks, as well as his new book, “Wild Rescues: A Paramedic's Extreme Adventures in Yellowstone, Yosemite and Grand Teton.” And we conclude this episode with featured music by Texas guitarist extraordinaire Jackie Venson! Subscribe today!…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, join us for a side trip to Nashville. Zyg Durski, a Gold Looper whose home waters are the Cumberland River, shares helpful information for planning a visit to Nashville during your Great Loop. The discussion includes details on navigation, where to tie up or anchor, and what to see and do alon…
 
Episode 291 ~ September 9, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The new Canadian Canoe Museum will feature languages and voices from Indigenous communities throughout their exhibits Time to start getting ready for Fall paddling Mississippi reversal, Loeva transparent SUP, and more…By SR
 
We spent a Tuesday night as the jackass brigade, coming in with many spicy hot takes on various subjects. Here's some links to peruse: Our Patreon page Rat Race USA-Canada Badger 100 Garbage Disposals Ted Lasso I am Legend Letterkenney Hockey players We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://pod…
 
Episode 290 ~ September 2, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sarah DiGregorio talks about a recent canoe trip that took her from the north of Algonquin Park to the very south and the importance of good tripping partners that will be there during the good, the bad, and the ugly.By SR
 
In this episode, John interviews Shannon Finn, an engaging Appalachian Trail hiker who discusses personal transformation, bears, and marriage proposals in the woods! He also is joined by co-host Dan Burish of Eugene, Oregon, as they chat about their recent activities, and John covers last-minute details for his Erie Canal trip.…
 
On this episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we continue our monthly series on "How We Found Our Great Loop Boat". This month we feature David & Amy Deutl who completed the Great Loop aboard their 1980 36' Albin Trawler, Selah Way. Amy & David share why they choose this boat and how they went about finding it while staying on budget.…
 
Harvard Physics Professor Jenny Hoffman joins us to discuss quasiparticle interference imaging, and nanoscale electronic phase transitions! But hold onto your Hoberman sphere! Jenny has also racked up an amazing 52 medals on UltraSignup and was in the home stretch of setting the women’s transcon record when she was unexpectedly taken down by an inj…
 
Episode 289 ~ August 26, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John gives an update on his preparations for his Erie Canal trip, including whether he should take a canoe or kayak The River Runner by Rush Sturges is a must watch on Netflix Derek and his family took a canoe trip into Temagami this year Algonquin Outfitters is 60 years old this year and they are…
 
You can't really run Ultra distances if you are injured all the time, or if you are being eaten by a giant reptile. EB and AFB talk with our favorite Physiotherapist from down-under Brodie Sharpe (AKA Hugh Jackman) about what it takes to stay healthy during intense training. We talk shoes, pain, hydration, and yes how to deal with big scaly monster…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, our guests are Dan & Mary Stroeing, who completed the Loop in July. They share how Dan, who is blind, drove and docked the boat with Mary's guidance throughout the Great Loop. Think you have challenges to doing the Loop that are insurmountable? This inspiring couple will prove otherwise!…
 
In this episode, John interviews Happy Camper Kevin Callan about the many occupations he has had in the great outdoors! Kevin also provides safety tips for backcountry campers, while co-host Clare Gibbs calls in from Nanaimo to discuss an island-hopping bicycle trip - and her undying love for Arnold Schwarzenegger. (Honestly! We wouldn't joke about…
 
The Canadian border opened to fully-vaccinated U.S. Citizens on August 9th, and Looper boat "Green Eyes" was one of the first to cross. Teresa O'Kane joins us to share the details of her experience crossing the border aboard Green Eyes and what was required. Teresa is happy to take your questions via Facebook, or, AGLCA members can find her contact…
 
We take an explicit and raw look at the Olympics, and somehow Jimmy strips down and gets naked in the desert. Speaking of strippping down, whats the deal with the uniforms in beach volley ball. What do you think? We also find out everything about every sport in the Olympics in a very heated game of Cultramatic! The Cultra Crew is at their best in t…
 
Episode 287 ~ August 12, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics There is now an Audio books aspect to Derek’s book club How do you charge you batteries when on a long paddle trip? Lets talk about solar chargers It looks like there is a SUP board coming that is made from sustainable, environmental friendly, and recycled materials…
 
On this week’s episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, we continue our monthly series on “How I Found My Great Loop Boat”. Jody & Louis Wilham join us from aboard their Hampton 490 Pilothouse motor yacht to share the features of their boat, how they found it, and what makes it the perfect Great Loop boat for them.…
 
The Cascade Lakes Relay in Oregon is considered a tough event for 12 people. But what does it take to run the 216 miles solo? Mental toughness, training and a good support crew. Jeremy Howell shares what it was like to take on this event and why he did it. Jeremy on Instagram Cascade Lakes Relay 216 Miles Become a Cultra Crew Patreon…
 
Episode 286 ~ August 5, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sean is back ordering more gear to try out in the back country Farm Lake in Algonquin Park is an access lake but it was the location of a relaxing interior canoe trip Invasive species are easy to transport, Kokatat has new ownership, and putting a condom on a kayak???…
 
In this episode, we complete our interview with author James Raffan and he discusses polar bear hunting, shamans, and a get-rich-quick scheme for he and host John Van Barriger to undertake in the Yukon! Additionally, Mindy Lawyer joins in as a co-host and shares the story of a day-trip misadventure (as well as the safety lessons learned), and Emerg…
 
Episode 285 ~ July 29, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics An Idaho woman has found out the hard way that a dirty campsite can lead to a huge fine Do you know how fast you paddle? Can you calculate how much distance you can cover in an allotted amount of time? It helps to know when planning a paddling trip in the back country Ellesmere Island to Point Pelee…
 
What does it take to run a negative split at one of the hardest 100 mile races on the planet? Sean Greaney, our Shenipsit Strider, CUT112,White Mountain veteran who moved to Seattle, friend comes back to share his amazing story of patience and persistance. He is joined by his excellent crew and well intended shell shocked pacers, Steve LeBranche an…
 
July 22, 2021 Tim is back from an excursion to Puerto Vallarta and there’s no shortage on insanity in clown world. First up is Babbling Joe Biden who thinks that government spending will reduce inflation, and rising prices are transitory, but the numbers tell a different story as John explains. With stock PE ratios reaching highs rivaling the dot c…
 
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