View this post on Instagram There aren’t many thru-hikers or adventurers that impress me more than, as I like to call him, the GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) named Billy. It’s ironic that we still have never met on the Pacific Crest Trail or John Muir Trail, given both of our repeat offender status on […]
Along Econfina Creek in much better, non-hurricane days. (February 2011) Music: “Breathing” by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: +Adam’s Email if you need to contact him about trail closures or issues along the panhandle section of the Florida Trail email@example.com +Florida Trail Staff Bio’s +Trail Closures and Notices on the FTA Website +FTA Monthly Newsletter is […]
View this post on Instagram Much needed time on the trail today ❤ #fnst #optoutside A post shared by Kelly (@kellz850) on Nov 22, 2017 at 2:02pm PST View this post on Instagram Breakfast with "Sugar Rush" #ftthruhike #hikershelpinghikers #FNST #hikingtrail #crestviewfl #crackerbarrel #hikerencounter A post shared by Kelly (@kellz850) on Feb 25, 2018 at […]
Home is my favorite section 🧡 #floridatrail #girlswhohikefl #ftha #floridahikes #keepflwild #naturalnorthflorida A post shared by Madeleine Pinaire (@m.pinaire) on Aug 1, 2018 at 4:27pm PDT Music: “Breathing” by Lee Rosevere Show Notes +Madeleine’s Artist Website +@m.pinaire on Instagram +Finding Cross Creek: Madeleine’s Running Blog +Finding Home: Madeleine’s article in the Footprint on page 23.
You can’t start a Florida Trail podcast without involving the Florida Trail founder, Jim Kern. I was grateful to have Jim agree to come on the podcast as my first guest to talk about founding the Florida Trail and what hiking was like in the state back in the 1960s. We covered other topics such […]
Welcome to the first episode of the podcast! In this short episode I introduce myself and talk a bit about the trail and where I see the podcast heading. Please check out the show notes below for more information and where you can find out how to hike the Florida Trail! Music: “Breathing” by Lee […]
A few months ago it came to me, how I could assist in getting more visibility for the Florida Trail to the general hiking community: a podcast. Having spent the last three years running The Garden Path Podcast I knew that another podcast was in my wheelhouse, it was something that I could actively do […]