Backpacker Radio Episode #4: The Real Hiking Viking Pt II, Scariest Moments from the Trail, and Thru-Hiking Nutrition

For Episode #4, we are again joined by our buddy, The Real Hiking Viking.  This time, instead of an interview, Jabba joins us as the third co-host of the show.  It does not disappoint.  Or maybe it does.  Who can be sure.

Subjects discussed in Episode 4 include:

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Comments 5

  • Sarah : Feb 28th

    I’ve done zero prep so far in terms of resupply boxes with the exception of dropping 130 bucks on Amazing Grass. It was reassuring to hear that y’all think it helps.

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  • Curtis Murley : Feb 28th

    Sounds quality and intro music sound superb in this episode!

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  • Mom Chauncey : Feb 28th

    Yikes. I was holding my breath during your stories. I forgive the bad language this time.

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  • Chris Guynn : Feb 28th

    The Jabba bear story made the podcast…

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  • Arachne : Mar 2nd

    Great story time. Looking for the photo of the bread pillow!

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