You may remember our podcasts with Tami Asars, and her dramatic tales live from the Appalachian Trail as she completed the Triple Crown of backpacking. Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and The Appalachian Trail. Just looking up the mileage on those will give you blisters.
Tami never rests. She has a new book out, “Fall Color Hikes: Washington“.
We delve deeper into the rewards of becoming one with nature on the trails. And also snakes, bears, and other wild animals.
My cohost for this podcast is filmmaker author, lifelong friend and hiking buddy Steve Stockman. You’ll like his dry sense of humor and his book and video course “How To Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck”.
These pop up podcasts are a bright spot for me these days, as some of you know I’m getting some chemo treatments to keep the big C at bay. It’s all good, we all know someone going through it… So if I seem a little fatigued and leaning back in my chair, or miss a week, that’s why.
Kudos to Michael McMorrow productions and our beloved David Lee for the stellar work adding graphics and postproduction to make these latest interviews shine.
Enjoy. And thank you for watching and listening.
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