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    Thumbs up ATHiking podcast Episode 2

    Episode 2 of ATHiking...the podcast is ready. Check it out at http://athiking.libsyn.com/rss.

    Veteran hiker, Steve Miller, talks about hammocks, peapods, tarps and stoves even after a near critical trail injury just 2 weeks ago. He'll tell you about it.

    Let us know what you'd like to hear
    Toothless

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    Very intresting! Great Job I enjoyed the whole thing!!

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    i'm having trouble with the link....it takes me to a page full of what looks like code, but I can see the podcast descriptions, names, etc.??

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    Quote Originally Posted by iesman69 View Post
    i'm having trouble with the link....it takes me to a page full of what looks like code, but I can see the podcast descriptions, names, etc.??
    i just downloaded via itunes; haven't listened yet.

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    Link to podcast is: http://athiking.libsyn.com

    I incorrectly added rss in my original post.

    Toothless

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    Just a couple of guys talking about hiking. I listened as I drove around yesterday; I subscribed so I'll get your updates automatically.

    You asked for suggestions:

    You should consider using a roundtable of several of your members rather than just one. For example, when discussing stoves you dismissed alcohol stoves immediately and then went into a recommendation of canister stoves. No mention was made of regular white gas stoves or wood burners. Or eating cold. Podcast would be more useful if it covered all options.

    I've never heard the term sectional hiking. Sounded odd.

    Good luck.

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    Forgot to mention, loved your friends comments about Whiteblaze and other forums...."read all the postings and you'll find that some people are whack jobs, some are very knowledgeable, and some are full of themselves" (paraphrased).

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    Great comments: stay tuned for the next episode (3) which will cover more in depth the subject of tents. It will happen on the trail and include 4 or 5 hikers and their preferences.
    Toothless

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