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Outdoor Evolution: Adventuring Abroad

I had the pleasure of co-hosting a podcast with Darwin from Outdoor Evolution as we talked about Adventuring Abroad, from logistics, to stories, to advice. We also talked about things solo women experience.

When I first left Los Angeles to travel full-time, many friends asked me to do a podcast so they could listen to my travel stories while driving. It would be easier to listen to a podcast than to read through my blog because they could multi-task. I haven’t had time to start my own podcast, but I have now been a co-host on a second podcast! I had the pleasure of talking with Darwin from Outdoor Evolution as we talked about Adventuring Abroad.

You might be familiar with Darwin on his YouTube channel, Darwin On The Trail. He is well-known in the thru-hiking community, but he’s decided to venture out into new topics like bike-packing and travel. I had a really fun time having a fireside chat with Darwin as we talked about some of my adventures, the logistics of adventuring while aboard, and what it’s been like traveling as a solo female.

You can find the episode with our conversation on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and wherever you listen to podcasts. To hear a bit of our podcast, click the link below.

I’ve had a blast recording podcasts and talking with fellow hikers, travelers, and adventurers. Stay tuned for more podcasts to come!

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