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In which we interview Brenda Piekarski, Founder of Adventure Minnesota Films! Brenda’s company produced the Ode to Minnesota film which documented Steve’s epic trip last year, which has it’s world premier on November 7th. Find out what it means to be an adventure film maker!
In which Kevin had things to do so we replace him with Amanda Johnson, thru-hiker and Arc’teryx Athlete! Join us for a discussion of her 2018 Appalachian Trail thru-hike and her upcoming Pacific Crest Trail hike.
In which we go live at Bad Weather Brewing in St. Paul for their Epic Moose wild rice beer release party & fish fry to help raise funds for the Friends of the Boundary Waters. The beer and fish fry were spectacular, and special thanks those who shared their stories with us:
In which we are live AGAIN! This time we interview a lot of really cool women and share their experiences and stories in the outdoors. Warning: This content is extremely inspirational, and may lead you to do things outside. Special thanks to all of the folks we interviewed and shared your stories with us:
In which we interview some pretty cool people at a pretty cool fundraising benefit a the Arc’Teryx store in Minneapolis. In the store front. With the manikins. Thank you to Arc’Teryx for letting us get involved, and a HUGE thank you to everyone who came out to the event and helped raised some funds for our National Parks! Additional thanks to all of the folks we interviewed and shared your stories with us: