Backpacker Radio #43 | Clay Bonnyman Evans on AT Cults, Trail Murder Statistics, and YouTube Vlogger Scam Artists

Today we are joined by Clay Bonnyman Evans, aka Pony, who’s an author, long time Trek Writer, AT and Colorado Trail thru-hiker, and someone with a deep passion for the trail and its culture. We touch on a wide array of subjects in this episode, including some controversial subject matter such as the Twelve Tribes and Yellow Deli, Inchworm’s tragic death on the AT, bringing a gun on a thru-hike, YouTube scam artists, how privilege pertains to thru-hiking, barfing on poo and way more.

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  • Brian Mason : Jul 25th

    I hoped you’d have links in the show notes about companies that do a mail-in premethrin treatment on your own clothes. Do you have any recommendations?



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