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Kado Muir is a cultural protocol custodian under Ngalia Aboriginal cultural ways. In this podcast series he shares insights, knowledge and stories to help create understanding and awareness that leads to opportunities for sharing and understanding across cultural spaces. Content is free, but you can also become a Paid Subscriber: for exclusive cultural learning and language content (https://anchor.fm/kado-muir/subscribe).
 
Blisters, post-holing, spam and ramen, helicopter evacs, and hiker midnight. A not-so-expert romp through trails long and short by those who barely survived. Trail talk about prep, gear, food, legends, and misadventure with host Doc, with additional interviews with world travelers and adventure athletes. Amplifying the outdoor experience for those hooked on adventure! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
 
A light journey through the history of chemistry, from its start in the obscure mysteries of alchemy to what was, for the author, the cutting edge of the development of modern atomic theory ... and whose developing blind ends we can now see with the advantage of hind sight. (Summary by Peter Yearsley)
 
Anyone who's ever visited the Yosemite National Park will find this book a treasure trove of descriptions, information and evocations of the fabled beauty of this amazing piece of heaven on earth! The Yosemite by John Muir was published in 1912. Born in Scotland, England, this world-famous conservationist was a multi-talented genius. He was a geologist, naturalist, engineer, writer, botanist and a passionate and prolific writer on the preservation of the natural environment. His family migra ...
 
First published in 1894, this wonderful travelogue by a famed naturalist and conservationist still remains a book that delights and informs its readers. The Mountains of California by John Muir recounts the author's exploration of the Yosemite Valley, Mount Whitney, the famed sequoia forests and King's Canyon among other places of immense natural beauty. Written in his characteristic zestful style, with a deep understanding and respect for nature, the book is a treasure trove of geography, g ...
 
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Kalman "Ghost Mule" Tinka comes in from the Montana cold to talk to Doc about a wide variety of topics. During their chat, they cover some serious ground, including flying tents and hypothermia, Wright-Patterson AFB, adventures in stinging nettle patches, the magazine test, the characteristics of the Ultimate Go To Hiking Buddy, and moose and grizz…
 
In this episode Kado Muir shares some insight and awareness in relation to questions asked about the importance of cross-cultural negotiations in the native title context. He touches on some important Aboriginal cultural protocols, including use of deceased persons names, respect, reciprocity, lived experiences and offers a simple approach to findi…
 
Where to start? In this instant classic, Wesley "Megaman" Tils drops into the studio with Doc to share some incredible stories. Self-described as a sensitive, goofy soul, Megaman talks about his childhood with 10 siblings in Missouri, bare-knuckled fighting at the railroad tracks to solve school disputes, making a run for it at a crucial time in hi…
 
David "Swivel" Smith, forced off the trail for seven weeks with a foot injury, stops by the studio to talk with Doc about his current thru hike of the AT. With the resumption of his thru hike just a few days away, Swivel shares his preparation and his experiences on this adventure of a lifetime. Along the way, they cover crucial German phrases to k…
 
In an episode for the ages, Gabe Peterson, Kevin Goldberg, and Jeff Garmire each make their third appearance in the JFM Pod studio to spend some quality time with Doc and talk about their most recent adventure. During the episode, we get to hear about essential gear, how to train for a 250-mile race, match making, the Barkley, hallucinations, sleep…
 
David "YoYo" Poston stops by the studio to talk to Doc about the benefits of being a minimalist on and off the trail. Along the way, they discuss the hazards of moose, bear, and bison, as well as spreadsheets, the Food Equation, esbit stoves, and how to get the right shot for the B roll. And there's some good discussion of luxury hiking and camping…
 
Dina "Dinabean" DeLeon drops by the studio to talk trail with Doc. During the discussion, they cover a lot of ground, including ecotherapy, kid camping, the problem with algorithms, hiking from the Latina perspective, and the awkwardness of show shoes. And, they reach a definitive answer for the age-old question of whether or not pineapple belongs …
 
World traveler, veteran, college professor, author, and five-time Guinness World Record holder Joshua Biggers drops into the studio for rollicking episode. Tune in and hear about which MRE (Meal, Ready-to-Eat) is the one to avoid; the definitive boot height choice between ankle, mid-shin, and thigh-high; travels around the globe; and the perils of …
 
Derek Mathewson, aka Dreadhead Derek, drops in to talk to Doc about living a life of adventure. Along the way, he and Doc cover a lot of ground, including talk of Jack Sparrow and the Black Pearl, intervalometers, soy protein isolates, proud moments, tips for shooting landscapes with an iPhone, and how someone's life can change because of a chance …
 
Jon "Airborne" Schwarze is just one of five people to walk from Mexico to Canada on the PCT . . . and then turn around and walk back to Mexico. Airborne drops into the studio with Doc to discuss the epic feat, as well as share details on altitude brain, the sufferfest, riding the bobsled, raw pork hands, free skin, his Dating Hokas, and the importa…
 
Bethany "Fidgit" Hughes and Lauren "Neon" Reed join Doc in the studio to discuss Her Odyssey, their trek from the tip of South America to the Arctic Ocean. During the episode, the three discuss a wide variety of topics, including the cat's butthole, the terrain of the moody gods, mediations on our mortality, living in the moment, those that have wa…
 
Buzz Burrell, ultra endurance athlete and popularizer of the Fastest Known Time, stops by the studio to cover a variety of topics with Doc. If you're looking for discussions on the Barkley Marathons, Forest Gump runs, Credit Card Adventures, R2R2R.Alt, and running the JMT in 4.5 days, this is the episode for you. Did I mention that we discuss the B…
 
Kelby and Zoe, aka The Adventure Addicts, sit down with Doc for a deep dive into Type II Fun. The two share how their outdoor adventure interests helped them to match on a dating app, and they have never looked back. These aspiring backpacking guides talk about just a few of the pickles they have found themselves in, including creative uses of para…
 
AT and CDT thru hiker (and VP of Sales and Marketing for Six Moon Designs) Whitney "Allgood" La Ruffa joins Doc in the studio to talk gear, tips, long trails, short trails, and first trails. Along the way, they hit the Gunks, a full shank, thru hikes for the working stiffs, and the gift of being able to talk a dog off a meat truck. Don't miss a min…
 
Triple Crowner Sam "Ramen King" Conley drops in to talk to Doc about his upcoming Coast to Coast hike, which he is undertaking for a very special cause. During the episode, Ramen talks about how he went from wanting leave the AT on day 1 to his subsequent successful thru hikes of each America's epic long trails. Along the way, Ramen and Doc explore…
 
Jason "Eternal" Cook drops in from his 16,000-mile hike of the Infinity Loop Trail, which incorporates all three American long trails, to talk trail with Doc and Chopper. Eternal calls in after Hiker Midnight from under a tarp on the trail as he's expecting snow, and boy, are we glad he did! This epic episode is worthy of its position as the kickof…
 
Doc sits down with adventure racer, Eco Challenge warrior, and Team Curl member Brett Gravlin to talk about the 417-mile race over land, river, and ocean. After a 17-year layoff, the Eco Challenge race returned and was featured on Amazon Prime in a 10-episode series titled, "The World's Toughest Race." Brett, the brains behind Team Curl, recounts t…
 
Triple Crowner and documentarian Chris "Rad" Carter joins Doc in the studio to share some stories from this year's CDT and AT hikes. Along the way, they cover a lot of ground, including what happens when you run out of things to think about, the Beta method of using your bear spray, his new friends Tim and Jim, and how to posthole when the snow rea…
 
Tune in this week as Sentry and Isabel share their classic, er . . . unique, love story. It started with strong interest at first sight on the way to a glacier, progressed to the two of them on a moped in Greece with giardia, escalated to a proposal on top of Mt. Shasta, and continues with vanlife and world travels. Along the way, we hear about som…
 
Kelsey and Jacob park the van and join Doc in studio for a romantic romp through waterfalls, trails, vanlife, and a Grand Canyon proposal. Along the way, the conversation follows all sorts of twists and turns, including some chat on band life, leveling up through ab exercises, slow courtships, friend zones, the Picnic, the inconvenience of being we…
 
Roger "All Day" Gross stops by the studio to share his unique historical perspective as it relates to the trails we hike. Along the journey, All Day talks about his time behind bars (not what you think!), adventurous girlfriends, a stuffed platypus, a slap story (again, not what you're thinking), and some of the many historical events and places al…
 
Triple Crowner and American Perimeter Trail designer Rue McKenrick drops by the JFM Pod studio to chat with Doc about his creation of a 12,000-mile trail that circumnavigates the contiguous United States. During this very unique interview, they discuss the art of backpacking, efficiency vs. effectiveness, unchecking a box, contributing to the great…
 
Coyote and Snake Eyes call into the studio from a sauna in Estonia to discuss their preparation for an obscure 1,000-kilometer trail in Tajikistan later this year. During the episode, they talk to Doc about swimming with crocodiles, the problems with National Park permits issued by a chieftainess in Africa, running angry, posing as experts on the K…
 
James "Magnet" Parsons stops by the studio on the cusp of his NOBO PCT thru hike to chat with Doc. A landscape photographer who initially didn't understand the appeal of hiking, Magnet talks about his transformation from reluctant hiker to section hiker to aspiring thru hiker. Along the way, they discuss gear, the definition of LASH, dogs, trail an…
 
Sanna "First Row" Wandke drops in from Germany to talk trail with Doc. Along the journey, they cover adventures worth drawing, trail angels, more juicy forests, suffering from post trail depression on the first day of the PCT, the dangers of heat exhaustion with Mango, and the importance of experiencing the things in between the lines. --- Support …
 
Former section hiker and now PCT and AT thru hiker Mike "Snazzy" Stone spends some studio time with Doc to talk trail. Snazzy's van breaks down in the Sierras, and somehow ignites the hiking flame within him. Four short years later, he sets off from Campo heading to Canada on the PCT. Listen in as he shares his PCT experiences with past JFM Pod gue…
 
Krissy, Nicole, and Alysha, known collectively as their trail name "L.A. Moms," descend upon the John Freakin' Muir studio and unleash their special take on hiking. As they take Doc on a rollicking tour of Southern California hiking and adventure, Doc is occasionally able to get a word in edgewise. Listen in and hear about adventures on Whitney, Ba…
 
Fresh off the CDT, Chili Mac drops into the studio with Doc to share some stories from the long trails as well as some remote hikes that you will not believe, including the Great Yellowstone Traverse and a 500-mile loop that starts and ends in Gerlach, Nevada. Stories and situations abound throughout (imagine an Edward Abbey meets Hunter S. Thompso…
 
In this centennial episode of the John Freakin' Muir Pod, thru hiker Julia "Rocket" Sheehan sits down with Doc to talk trail and gear, as well as her 2019 AT hike, her 2021 AZT and CDT hikes, her upcoming book, and the importance of staying centered in the moment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support…
 
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