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For those believing that getting outside, breathing fresh air and taking risks along the way are crucial components to living a happy and fulfilled life. Host Rob Roy fields in-depth interviews with professional athletes, thrill seekers, entrepreneurs and everyday people who continually make conscious decisions to spend more time outdoors, while doing what they love, so you can too.
 
Are you planning a vacation getaway to the Smoky Mountains? Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities. Learn about attractions, hiking trails, the best places to dine as well as tips and suggestions for saving time and saving money on your vacation.
 
Traveler, foodie, outdoor lover, & single mom featured in Huffpo Travel and listed as one of the top black travel bloggers on the planet. Every other week listeners will get exciting content such as the latest travel trends, interviews with adventurous travelers, and tips to have a more adventurous life. www.outdoorsydiva.com
 
Are you Celiac? Are you new to gluten-free or have been gluten-free for years? Still not sure what to do or where to eat out when you are outside the comfort zone of your hometown? Then you are in the right place! Travel Gluten Free is the podcast you want on your podcast player if you love to travel and lead a gluten-free lifestyle. Join Travel Gluten Free's host Elikqitie as she gives insights on how to enjoy your gluten-free lifestyle at home and on your next vacation adventure. Learn the ...
 
[We have episodes in German and English] How do scientists uncover phenomena and explain their connections? How do engineers design machines, methods and infrastructure? At omega tau, experts give detailed answers. Over the last ten years, we have produced 300 episodes in which we dug deeper, until we ran out of questions. Join us on our journey through the world of science and engineering: the closer you look and listen, the more interesting things get.
 
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On this week's episode, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss an incident of a snowshoer having to be rescued on Berthoud Pass. They discuss why it happened, and more importantly, how it could have been avoided. CBS4 report on the Berthoud Pass incident Colorado Avalanche Information Center website Bob's recent articles about winter recreation, and snowsho…
 
On this episode, Bob chats with Alicia Filley, "The Healthy Hiker" about nutrition and weight management during the winter months, and especially during COVID-19. Alicia offers tips on how to maintain a good diet in the winter, and how hikers can keep their "tank full" while on the trails. The Healthy Hiker website Please consider becoming a patron…
 
Ryan Bunting (trail name, Constantine) is a professional thru-hiker who has hiked over a dozen long-distance trails from start to finish, including the Pacific Crest Trail, the Appalachian Trail and the Continental Divide Trail… just to name a few. Ryan shares why he's made thru-hiking such a big part of his life and goes into great detail about th…
 
This week we’re talking search and rescue in the National Park System. Each year, there are thousands of search-and-rescue incidents logged across the park system. The Intermountain Region of the National Park Service is the largest in the agency, and is home to many of the most beautiful, and dangerous, national parks. Yellowstone has boiling wate…
 
Dive into a new fun adventure, swimming with wild manatees in Florida. Lauren shares manatees facts, how to prepare, what it's like firsthand, and why she supports this activity. Check out the blog post: Everything You Need to Know About Swimming with Manatees Ad Sponsors: Visit Florida Music: zatsplat.com Support by joining the Patreon Community…
 
Haben Tiere Bewusstsein? Und was genau ist das überhaupt? In dieser Episode sprechen wir mit dem Tierphysiologe Andreas Nieder von der Uni Tübingen über seine Forschung mit Raben, und konkret, wie man herausbekommen kann, ob diese Vögel Bewusstsein besitzen. Wir sprechen dabei sowohl über die Frage was Bewusstsein überhaupt ist und welche Arten man…
 
Understanding bird migration is key to becoming a better birder or bird photographer! In this podcast, excellent birder and bird behaviorist Shannon Rio and I discuss migration in general and use our collective knowledge of the Klamath Basin to discuss migration of specific species as examples. While understanding all of the complexities of migrati…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 120 How to Eat Gluten-Free Whole Nutrition with Debra Klein Health Coach Today, my guest is a health coach and food blogger who dedicated her life to creating nourishing food that tastes incredible. She inspires healthy living through lifestyle choices with easy plant-based recipes. Debra has many gluten-free reci…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss New Years resolutions; ask the listeners who and what they want to hear on future podcasts; discuss winter hiking equipment and preparation; why people shouldn't hike to the summit of Pikes Peak until spring; Hanging Lake; and a new national park. Links mentioned in this podcast: Podcast with Co…
 
Dan Zehner is the host of the Anthem of the Adventurer podcast and is also an advocate for helping men discover more adventure in their lives. On today’s episode, we chat about what led him to create his own podcast, how men were specifically created for adventure and why both men and women need adventure in their lives. He touches on what whole-he…
 
In this week’s show, our 100th podcast, we take a look at endangered and threatened species that call the National Park System home and the legal battles that swing to and fro over gaining them Endangered Species Act protections. Joining me for this discussion is Noah Greenwald, the endangered species director for the Center for Biological Diversit…
 
Lauren discusses why she speaks out on race and politics as an adventure travel blogger and shares her honest thoughts on the insurrection events of January 6, 2021 through her lens as a Black woman in America. For access to the full audio and video version of this bonus episode subscribe to the Patreon at www.patreon.com/outdoorsydiva…
 
Lauren takes us on a travel journey to some of her favorite Florida springs. Learn about the freshwater swimming holes with waters that rival the Caribbean Sea. -The best Florida springs to visit - The best time of year to visit a Florida spring - Fun activities you can do at a Florida spring Episode sponsor: Visit Florida www.visitflorida.com Musi…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 119 Starting Your Gluten Free New Year with Emilie Davis of Whole Essential Nutrition Emilie taught for 10 years in Utah public schools before deciding to move into the field of health and wellness. She decided to pursue a Graduate degree in Nutrition from NUNM and started her own private practice in 2018. While p…
 
To start off the new year (and aren't we glad it's finally 2021?), Bob's guest is Karen Palus, the director of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. We discuss what the department as accomplished in 2020 and what's ahead for 2021 (a new summit house!). We discuss how COVID-19 affected the operations of the department, the upcomi…
 
On this episode, I sit down with my beautiful bride Elly to talk about what 2020 looked like for our family, the top 5 most-listened to episodes of the Adventure Bound Podcast for 2020, my newly launched YouTube channel where a few videos went viral and the exciting new podcast that I’m launching in 2021. *LINK TO THE VIDEO OF THIS EPISODE ON YOUTU…
 
In this episode we take a look at newer generations of fission reactors, those that are currently being developed or researched. Our guest is Jacopo Buongiorno of MIT. We discuss some of the high-level goals of these new reactors, such as increased safety and efficiency, and then look at a few of the interesting new designs and how they realize the…
 
2021 marks 100 years since forester and planner Benton MacKaye conceived a trail connecting farmlands, mountain ranges, camps and towns along the Appalachian Mountain range. Sixteen years later, the Appalachian Trail was completed. Each year an estimated 3 million people take to the trail. In honor of this anniversary, Lynn Riddick met up with one …
 
On this week's podcast, Bob sits down for a chat with Tim Wolken, the head of El Paso County (CO) Community Services Department, which includes the county parks system. We discuss how some foresight from the county commissioners kept the department from taking a big financial hit during the COVID-19 crisis, the accomplishments of the parks departme…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 118 Rerun Episode #69: How to Find a Gluten-Free Restaurant for New Year’s Eve Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! Travel Gluten Free gives you valuable information from finding a safe restaurant to knowing what food is s…
 
Jacquie Whitt and Vidal Jaquehua are the dynamic duo behind Adios Adventure Travel. On this episode, Jacquie tells us the story of how she was inspired to start taking students down to South America and ultimately met Vidal, who quickly became the missing link to her newfound adventure business. Today, their company specializes in taking tourists t…
 
In this, our last episode for 2020, we look back on the past 12 months in the parks with Phil Francis of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks and Kristen Brengel from the National Parks Conservation Association. And we also take a peek at the task ahead for the Biden administration in the realm of parks and public lands.…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 117 Nine Great Gluten Free Restaurants in Moab Moab was just voted #2 on TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards for New Trending and Emerging Destinations, and it's easy to tell why! With so many great outdoor adventures in one town, Moab is sure to be on traveler's hit lists. Here are nine great gluten-free and C…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob talks with Colorado Springs Police Department Crime Prevention Officers Chris Ausec and Wes Wilkerson. They discuss crime rate in Colorado Springs and on its trails and in its parks (it's less than you think); what kind of crimes are most prevalent, and how to avoid becoming a victim; the homeless community and whether o…
 
Danny Gross is a passionate outdoor enthusiast, who also happens to be the man behind the massive National Park Geek Instagram account. On this episode, we chat about why he started the National Park Geek brand, how it’s changed his perspective on public lands and some of his insider secrets into the workings of the National Park system. We also di…
 
Verkehrte Welt: in dieser Koproduktion mit der Physikalischen Soiree spricht deren Host Lothar Bodingbauer mit mir über den menschlichen Faktor bei Unglücken und Katastrophen. Wir sprechen über die verschiedenen Arten des Zusammenspiels Mensch-Maschine, Robuste Systeme, Überlastung des Operators durch zu viel Komplexität, Fehlerkultur und vieles me…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 116 Fun Things to Do in Moab Stop at Moab Information Center and pick up a self-guided tour brochure. It’s a small tri-fold black and white brochure that’s packed full of all the tours the tour companies take you on, except that it’s free because you get to do it yourself and stop as long as you want at the differ…
 
Year after year, a little more of the visual history of Cape Lookout National Seashore on the Outer Banks of North Carolina is lost. Hurricanes and nor’easters take their toll on the structures in two small villages there, slowly erasing the reminders of what was once a thriving shipping and fishing hub. The Traveler’s Lynn Riddick spoke with Cape …
 
This episode is sponsored by Discover Martin Martin County Florida is a hidden gem on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. I took a day trip there to go sailing and have a private tour of the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center. Learn all about my fun day on the water, the unique beaches, and the parks that make this area a great road trip destination. …
 
This week's podcast is features Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates, a group participating in the 2020 IndyGive! campaign. In this podcast I speak with MWTA Executive Director Cory Sutela and Board of Directors member Mike Rigney. We discuss the latest developments in outdoor recreation in the Pikes Peak region, catch up on what MWTA has been working on…
 
Courtney Condy is the founder of Occupation Wild, which is an online job board for the outdoor, adventure and travel industry and she's also the host of the Occupation Wild Podcast. On this episode, we chat about a life-changing experience she had on a trek to Everest Base Camp a few years back, why the outdoors are so special to her and how she wa…
 
Kevin Dooley is a very well-known wildlife photographer in Alaska and Africa and has led many, many trips to both regions resulting in outstanding wildlife photos. Join us for a virtual trip to Alaska to photograph Alaska grizzly bears and learn from the best! Website: https://idubephotosafaris.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kevin.dooley.5…
 
This week’s show is going to the birds. Counting, birds, that is, what with the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count officially kicking off Monday and running through January 5. We sat down with Geoff LeBaron, who long has overseen the annual count for the National Audubon Society, to discuss the program.…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 115 Gluten Free Holiday Baking at High Altitudes When you're cooking or baking gluten-free for the first time, you may not know what recipes are good and where to find recipes that won't let you down. I understand how challenging this can be as I went through my first holiday season with only a couple months of be…
 
On this week's podcast, Kevin returns and catches up with Bob. They discuss hiking in Death Valley, Valley of Fire and also in Arizona. They also discuss Colorado Backcountry Winter Safety Awareness week, the "Monolith" that was found in Utah and who they think is responsible for the debacle that followed, and more. Please consider becoming a patro…
 
Natasha Buffo is a former Silicon Valley business analyst turned solo world traveler, snowboarder and backpacker. She loves to travel abroad and thru-hike epic trails, but these days she can be found skiing around Lake Tahoe with a smile on her face. We chat all about how she escaped the corporate world to then travel to New Zealand several times a…
 
If you’re a truly devoted national parks traveler, you don’t let political boundaries get in your way when you consider which national park to visit. With that in mind, we’re going to look north to Canada and the incredible parks overseen by Parks Canada. There are some great destinations there, whether you’re a young family traveling with kids, wi…
 
Ende Oktober haben wir die Rettungshundestaffel der Malteser Schwäbisch Gmünd bei einer Traningseinheit im Welzheimer Wald begleitet. Mit deren Leiter Michael Berger haben wir uns unterhalten über die verschiedenen Suchverfahren, die Eignung und Ausbildung der Hunde sowie die Ausbildung der Hundeführer:innen. Es sind auch viele Fotos entstanden; hi…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 114 Great Gluten Free Recipes and Gluten Free Dessert Recipes for the Holidays When you're cooking or baking gluten-free for the first time, you may not know what recipes are good and where to find recipes that won't' let you down. I understand how challenging this can be as I went through my first holiday season …
 
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