#36: Craig discusses his life-threatening snowmobile commute and Brian talks about nomadic living

In this episode of the podcast, Craig talks about the dangerous nature of his snowmobile commute to and from the off-grid ranch. The snow continues to pile up while temperatures plummet in Gunnison, CO making his commute truly dangerous should any accidents happen while on the snowmobile. Brian dives into certain aspects of nomadic living and talks in detail about the fundraising efforts for his Bears Ears National Monument volunteer endeavors starting up on March 22nd and running through the end of April. Thanks for tuning in!

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#35: Truck Camping in New England and on the East Coast

Hey Everyone! Sorry for the absence as of late, both of us have been super busy since the first of the year. In this episode, we dive into a user submitted question from Ken Arbuckle who asks about truck camping in the New England and West Coast regions. Craig has some experience in these specific areas so he shared some advice on how to make your truck camping endeavors successful on out East. Thanks for tuning in!

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#34: Craig reveals his dog Roux is suddenly blind. Brian discusses his Bears Ears National Monument volunteer plans.

Craig reveals his dog Roux is suddenly blind. As heartbreaking as this is, Craig is soldiering forward finding a way to continue his adventure lifestyle with Roux every step of the way. Craig discusses the rapid decline of Roux’s sight, the diagnosis from a local veterinarian, and how he’s adjusting to the “new normal” with Roux’s condition. Then the podcast switches to Brian’s recent news of being invited to Bears Ears National Monument to volunteer full-time from March 22nd - April 30th. He’ll be working with other volunteers on backcountry crews in environmentally sensitive areas and has started raising funds for this endeavor through Patreon. Once his budget is met, Brian plans to donate all excess funds to the Bears Ears Education Center.

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#32: Psychedelic Experiences While in Nature and Overland Vehicle Changes on the Horizon

In this episode of Nomad Ramblings, Craig and Brian start out discussing vehicles changes to help deal with chronic health issues brought about from years of full-time travel. Then the conversation takes a turn and dives into Brian’s limited use of psychedelics, specifically his profound experience about a decade ago while on a multi-day backpacking trip deep in the Holy Cross Wilderness Area.

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#30: Nicole Jaquis - India Nomad

It’s hard to decide how to introduce Nicole Jaquis, today’s podcast guest. Do I start by describing her as a New York City seasoned documentary producer? Or a humble practicing yogi, regularly living in the India Himalayan mountains for the past 15 years? Or the dazed hippie chick/philosophy major I knew back in our undergraduate days at Lake Forest College? Even after our conversation, I still don’t know, but I do sense that to put a title on her or attempt to fit her into any neat little box would do her wrong.

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#23: Influencer Mia Voss talks about how she turned her passion of being a brand ambassador into a career

Mia Voss is a Luxury Travel & Lifestyle Writer, Brand Ambassador, Speaker, and Entrepreneur. Her main superpowers? Storytelling & people connecting. Mia is currently working with brands such as Lexus, Collette Travel, Toyota, BMW, Nissan, Mazda, GMC and more.

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#21: Tayson Whittaker, Founder and CEO of Outdoor Vitals

Tayson Whittaker, Founder and CEO of Outdoor Vitals, is today's guest on the podcast. We discussed how Outdoor Vitals got started 4 years ago on just $500, what it means to “Live Ultralight”, how his company is able to offer top notch gear at very affordable prices, and the all new "LoftTek Adventure Jacket" coming out in the 2nd Qtr of 2019 which will revolutionize the puffy coat industry. Visit Outdoor Vitals to learn more about this emerging player in the outdoor industry.

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#20: Talking CBD with Mike Mathews of Player Complete and Sol Hustle

Have you heard the buzz about CBD as a cure-all from anxiety, to pain, to cancer, to insomnia? So have we! Being nomads with plenty of city and country miles on our bodies (if you know what you mean), we’ve been curious about this promising product for some time. But, we’ve also been wary of the legality, the standards, and its true results. To that end, today we sat down with Mike Mathews, an industry professional and founding partner of Player Complete, Inc., to learn more about the product, the promise, and the reality.

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#18: Mental Health, Mountains, and how they relate to Men

As the title suggests, this episode is about mental health and how people like Craig and myself gravitate toward nature to heal and self-soothe. Going deeper than that, we discuss the societal barriers to mental health, the tragedy of Vets suffering from PTSD, increasing suicide rates, and I reveal parts of my own long troubled history with the mental health industry and “sanity”, for lack of a better term.

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#17: Craig’s dual battery set up and stealth-optimized truck buildout

We cover two important areas of truck camping in this episode of the podcast...

1. Onboard power utilizing a dual battery setup, a complete game changer for part-time or full-time truck camping.

2. How to build-out your truck topper for stealth camping in urban environments and backcountry boondocking giving you the ultimate flexibility for sleeping anywhere you'd like.

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