Welcome The Pox and Puss Podcast to the Appalachian Trials Family!

I’m too excited to beat around the bush, so let’s just say it:

Everyone’s favorite Appalachian Trail podcasting duo, Pox and Puss, has joined the Appalachian Trials family!!!

Now for the who, what, when, why, where, whipped cream, etc.

It’s been no secret that I’ve wanted to start a podcast centered around All Things Appalachian Trail right here on Appalachian Trials.  With a super-crew of current and former AT thru-hikers already on the team, I knew all the pieces were in place to create the world’s best podcast dedicated to the Trail.  There was only one problem.  This already existed.  And it went by the name of The Pox and Puss Podcast.

Puss, Pox

Instead of reinventing the wheel, I asked this wheel to jump on the bright yellow party bus.  Pox and Puss said yes, and the rest, as they say, is bacon.  (Or something like that)

You may also remember Pox and Puss as the hosts of the inaugural Thru-Hiker Prom at Trail Days.  Needless to say, Prom was a crazy success as the crew packed The Damascus Brewery to capacity.

Side noteWe have the photos to confirm the fun

In case you’re not already familiar…

This podcast is not for those looking for gear talk or dogmatic long-distance backpacking advice.

Pox and Puss is where you go to get your LOL on to the theme of the world’s greatest long-trail. It’s where you go for funny stories and general news surrounding the Trail.  It’s where you go for interviews with some of the world’s most popular backpackers and entertaining personalities.  It’s enterTAinment with a capital A and T.

And moving forward, The Pox and Puss Podcast will call AppalachianTrials.com its home, with a dedicated slot right on the homepage.

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