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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.

Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.
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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.

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English


Episodes

85 - Leading with Humility: Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino

10/10/2018
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Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino is the COO of Sherpa Adventure Gear. Leading with humility and flexibility is part of her Sherpa heritage, and doing so is integral to her life as an executive and a mother.

Duration:00:38:41

84 - Lightening Trauma's Invisible Weight on the Trail: Sydney Williams

9/26/2018
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Sydney Williams is more than a weight loss story, or an outdoors person with Type II diabetes, or a trauma survivor. But hiking the Trans-Catalina trail the second time helped her put it all together.

Duration:00:43:33

83 - Bike Touring is About More Than Just Bikes: Mary Ann Thomas

9/19/2018
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Mary Ann Thomas loves bike touring because it's accessible, it helps her care for her body, it connects her with people she might not otherwise meet, and it has helped her express the truest parts of herself.

Duration:00:46:04

82 - Nature Up Close: Science Illustrator Kristin Link

9/12/2018
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Kristin Link is a science illustrator and an artist living off the grid in McCarthy, Alaska. She shares about her life there, why she loves helping people see the natural world up close through science illustration, and her tips for applying to artist-in-residencies at National Parks.

Duration:00:42:37

81 - Venturing in the Mountains and in Business: Georgina Miranda

9/5/2018
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Georgina Miranda lives mindfully in business and while pursuing the Explorer Grand Slam: standing on the highest summits in each continent as well as the North and South Pole. The founder of She Ventures and Altitude 7 shares how years spent summiting the highest mountains in the world drove home her devotion to creating businesses and taking adventures that have a positive social impact on the world.

Duration:00:47:58

80 - The Musical Mountaineers

8/22/2018
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Anastasia and Rose hike their violin and keyboard, respectfully, into the mountains of Washington to play music to greet the rising sun. In doing so, they hope to inspire others to share their own gifts with the world.

Duration:00:42:01

79 - Grandma's Ride

8/15/2018
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Taryn's grandma Carol went on a bike tour in 1944 with her girlfriend Billie. We hear from Carol about the "ordinary adventure" she took at home during World War II.

Duration:00:41:15

78 - Sharing Wisdom: Cheryl Strayed & Anna Brones

8/8/2018
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Cheryl Strayed never planned on giving advice professionally and doesn't love a guru, but she agrees with Anna Brones that everyone has wisdom to bestow upon others. The key is to seek as much as you share.

Duration:00:40:45

77 - Because Trails Inspire: Sirena Rana Dufault

8/1/2018
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Sirena Rana Dufault is an expert on trails, but that hasn't always been the case: hers is a hard-won expertise born of patience. Trails inspired her to persevere through the chronic pain of fibromyalgia, develop an intimate relationship with her newfound home state of Arizona, and change the course of her career.

Duration:00:41:47

76 - Something New

7/25/2018
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What’s up with the over-the-top uncertainty we sometimes feel when we try something new? We share two women’s stories of trying new things in spite of self-doubt or feeling like they won’t measure up.

Duration:00:31:52

75 - The Story of an Adventure Friendship

7/18/2018
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This is the story of how Gretchen Powers and Alexandra Roberts became adventure partners. It's also about what it means to be an adventure friend, and how you might find one, too.

Duration:00:34:37

74 - Solo (But Not Quite Alone)

7/11/2018
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Your stories of spending time solo in the outdoors. Including a bikepacker, a so-called fat hiker, an aspiring astronaut, an extrovert, two med students, and a backcountry paddler, in short - you and me.

Duration:00:39:21

73 - How to Be a Role Model: Mirna Valerio

7/4/2018
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Ultrarunner Mirna Valerio is a role model for many because by doing what she loves, she shows others what is possible. She’s modeling being a black, fat girl running, moving her body up and over mountains.

Duration:00:36:44

72 - Fifty Years as an Outdoor Entrepreneur: Sheri Tingey

6/27/2018
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Sheri Tingey has been making gear in the outdoor industry for the past 50 years, and she's done a lot of it with her own two hands. Learn about what drives her to solve problems, how she learned the important lesson of slowing down, and what happened after she re-started her career in her 50's by founding Alpacka Raft.

Duration:00:49:32

71 - DIY: Advocating for Parks Near and Far

6/20/2018
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A beginner's guide of sorts to advocating for land we can all love and enjoy. This week, we’re back camping with Amanda Machado, the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), and 13 women who are passionate about learning about championing public land.

Duration:00:33:22

70 - Breaking Ground for Others

6/13/2018
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Ever feel like you're alone in your relationship with the outdoors? Join a group of women who are leading the way in their communities by spending time outside and breaking ground for others to do the same.

Duration:00:36:25

69 - One Step at a Time: Karla Amador

6/6/2018
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Could a hike a week change your life? Interview with Karla Amador, co-founder of 52 Hike Challenge. We talk about why she chose to hike 52 times in a year, how It helped clarify what she wanted out of work and life, and how a feeling of accomplishment can carry with you long after the trail.

Duration:00:39:40

68 - Perfectly Capable of Climbing: Kareemah Batts

5/30/2018
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Kareemah Batts is a cancer survivor and the founder of Adaptive Climbing Group. After finding climbing after losing part of her leg to cancer, Kareemah wanted to share the feeling she has on the wall with others. She's done with sympathy, she just wants to climb.

Duration:00:41:08

67 - Fat and Outdoorsy: Jenny Bruso

5/23/2018
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Jenny Bruso is the founder of Unlikely Hikers. Her work is rooted in her belief that there is room for every body on the trail.

Duration:00:39:23

66 - Finding Nature in the In-Between: Simone Martin-Newberry

5/16/2018
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Simone Martin-Newberry is a plant person. And the attention she pays to flora has led to her discovery that contrary to what most media would have you believe, nature is everywhere - especially if you're open to finding it.

Duration:00:34:30