In this episode, Courtney has stitched together three bonus reels never heard on her show. She riffs in an "after party" conversation with Gary "Green Giant" Sizer, Anna "Mudbutt" Huthmaker and Christine "Lady Unicorn" Reed. She answers the question -...
In this episode, Courtney has stitched together three bonus reels never heard on her show. She riffs in an "after party" conversation with Gary "Green Giant" Sizer, Anna "Mudbutt" Huthmaker and Christine "Lady Unicorn" Reed. She answers the question - What is a Frankenstein Hiking show?
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Christine Reed is a long-distance backpacker and author of the memoir, Alone in Wonderland. She shares her personal journey from sedentary office worker to rugged outdoorswoman in hopes of inspiring others to see something bigger for themselves-- whatever that may be. But also to remind us that a good story is about sharing something real and unfiltered of ourselves and connecting with others. She's found in the outdoor community the first place that ever felt like home.
Gary Sizer was born in New Castle, Pa. Years of military service and software consulting fed his passion for travel, which he chronicles in his latest book, Home is Forward. After walking the Appalachian Trail in 2014, his before and after pictures went viral, and since then millions of people have seen him in his underpants. Now Gary hikes and lives in the hills near Asheville, N.C., where he occasionally records stories for NPR's The Moth.