The WildeBeat

The audio journal about getting into the wilderness.



The WildeBeat
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Thu, Aug 10, 2006

Stuff We Left Out

Posted at 09:00 /shows [link [Bookmark Link]]
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[Steve at Work] In this program we revisit some of the interesting people who appeared in earlier editions. We play some clips we left out of the earlier shows they appeared in. We were sweeping up our virtual cutting floor, and these were too good to throw out:

  • Edition #10: Volunteer Trail Crew
    Ken Murray talks about the forest service's ability to maintain recreational trails.
  • Editions #13 and #14: The Wilderness at Night
    Chad Moore talks about the equipment his night sky monitoring team uses to measure the darkness of the national park skies.
  • Editions #15 and #16: A Winter Storm Warning
    Mike Bargetto talks about how he and his family fought to maintain their morale while stranded for a week by an early October snow storm.
  • Edition #17: Lighten Your Backpack
    Ryan Jordan of Backpacking Light comments on the difference between packing light and poorly prepared.
  • Edition #19: Restoring a Park Gone to Pot
    Naturalist Chris Spohrer answers my questions about the toxic chemicals that marijuana farmers used in Big Basin State Park, California.
  • Edition #23: Drawing Lines in the Snow
    Paul Peterson of Bear Valley Cross Country explains one reason why backcountry skiers try to stay away from snowmobiles.

Thanks for joining us for this past year of shows. We look forward to bringing you many more.


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