Backpacker Radio # 29: Valentine’s Day 2.0 with Grizzly + Jenna, Tent Orgies, and How to Hike 30 Miles in a Day
In today’s special Valentine’s Day episode of Backpacker Radio, we sit down with Grizzly and Jenna, a couple due to hike the Pacific Crest Trail and Colorado Trail this year. We learn about how they plan to keep the love alive in the midst of 3,000 miles of backpacking. We also breakdown how to hike 30 miles in a day, and talk a whole lot about orgies on trail. It’s a very sexy show, so grab the chocolate and the oysters, and pull up a seat.
Subjects discussed in today’s show include:
- Gossamer Gear Anniversary Video
- Use code “TREK15” at GossamerGear.com to save 15%
- Sawyer Permethrin
- Sawer Micro vs. Sawyer Squeeze
- TRAIL CORRESPONDENTS!
- AT FAQ: Resupply boxes? How many and where do I send them?
- Thru-hiking = many section hikes
- Interview with Michael “Grizzly” Ivey and Jenna Duesterhoeft
- Backpacking backgrounds
- Having to push back the PCT from 2018 to 2019 due to illness
- How they’re preparing
- Concerns for their relationship?
- That time Grizzly chased a grizzly bear
- Considerations for tall hikers (6’5) that the rest of us don’t have to think about
- Big 3:
- Stoveless backpacking and cold soaking method / foods
- Time constraints to accomplish both the PCT and CT in one summer
- Concerns of burning out by CT?
- Trek propaganda
- Therm-a-Rest Uberlite Review / Comparison Video
- The four-state challenge
- Questions from Chaunce’s sorority sisters
- Tent orgies
- Five-star iTunes reviews
- Jenna’s SHT profile
- Jenna’s Canyonlands profile
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