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Are you Celiac? Are you new to gluten-free or have been gluten-free for years? Still not sure what to do or where to eat out when you are outside the comfort zone of your hometown? Then you are in the right place! Learn how to find safe, delicous food when you travel, how to pack your bags, where to find safe food for Celiacs, and the best gluten-free friendly foods and vacation spots in the world. Travel Gluten Free is the podcast you want on your podcast player if you love to travel and le ...
 
For those believing that getting outside, breathing fresh air and taking risks along the way are crucial components to living a happy and fulfilled life. Host Rob Roy fields in-depth interviews with professional athletes, thrill seekers, entrepreneurs and everyday people who continually make conscious decisions to spend more time outdoors, while doing what they love, so you can too.
 
Are you planning a vacation getaway to the Smoky Mountains? Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities. Learn about attractions, hiking trails, the best places to dine as well as tips and suggestions for saving time and saving money on your vacation.
 
Traveler, foodie, outdoor lover, & single mom featured in Huffpo Travel and listed as one of the top black travel bloggers on the planet. Every other week listeners will get exciting content such as the latest travel trends, interviews with adventurous travelers, and tips to have a more adventurous life. www.outdoorsydiva.com
 
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Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 167 Best Countries for Gluten Free Travel Traveling Abroad Gluten Free When traveling outside the United States, you’re adding more challenges to eating safely depending on where you have decided to vacation; however; you can overcome these issues and throw down the gluten-free gauntlet with the following overseas…
 
This week's guest is El Paso County (Colorado) Community Services Director Todd Marts. As part of the Community Services department, he also oversees the county parks department, and has been a long-time parks department employee and was promoted to director in 2021. The discussion involves the past years successes and future plans for El Paso Coun…
 
All is not well at Point Reyes National Seashore, as a years-long battle continues over ranching at Point Reyes, how it’s impacting the seashore’s environment, and how the National Park Service is trying to manage it. To sort through some of these issues, we’re joined by Laura Cunningham, California director at Western Watersheds Project.…
 
If you want to learn how to photograph mountain lions with trail cameras, this episode is for you. LA based Johanna Turner talks about her experiences photographing mountain lions using camera traps in the mountains around LA. And shares her secrets to success along the way. You don't want to miss this one! Website: www.cougarmagic.com Facebook: ht…
 
Alicia Filley, Physical Therapist a/k/a "The Healthy Hiker" and a frequent show guest, returns. On this episode the discussion centers around how someone who is usually a "day hiker" can train and prepare to do long, multi-day hikes, such as the Colorado Trail. This podcast sponsored by Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: for …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 166 Top Ten Gluten Free Cities in America It’s so much easier to travel around when you know you can find great, gluten-free food that is safe to eat along your journey. Tune in to discover my favorite top ten gluten-free friendly cities to travel to in America. Isn’t it frustrating when you travel for vacation on…
 
Last week the National Parks Traveler took you to Big Bend National Park in far west Texas with a discussion with Chief of Interpretation Tom Vandenberg. This week, Traveler's Lynn Riddick provides a first-hand, more personal glimpse into this vast remote park. Afterwards, Traveler Editor Kurt Repanshek shares a short conversation he had with Charl…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin start the New Year by reviewing their experiences from 2021 and their plans for 2022. They also discuss preparing for winter weather recreation, and a lawsuit involving a guided hike on Cheyenne Mountain that resulted in a search and rescue operation. Winter weather prep article: Broadmoor lawsuit: Plea…
 
The National Parks Traveler’s Lynn Riddick begins a two-part series about her recent trip to Big Bend -- a vast wilderness in the Chihuahuan Desert along the Rio Grande. She meets up with the park’s chief of interpretation, who offers an overview of the park’s varied geology and diverse ecology, its human history and what the future may hold for vi…
 
Discover how to photograph birds in winter--photo techniques, gear and how to keep yourself safe in the process. Practical advice from naturalist and wildlife photographer Diana McPherson. Website: http://www.friendsinnature.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/finimages/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fin_images/ Twitter: https://twitter.…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob chats with Lloyd Athern, the Executive Director of the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative. They discuss the organizations mission and goals, and the work they do to keep access to Colorado's highest peaks open to hikers and mountaineers. They discuss the groups long history, and how they partner with the US Forest Service a…
 
This has been one of the most newsworthy years in recent memory for the National Park Service and the parks. There’s finally a Senate-confirmed director at the helm, billions of dollars are flowing into the parks for a variety of projects, wildfires chewed through Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Lassen Volcanic national parks, lakes Powell and Mead are s…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin Westendorf discuss a recent storm that hit Colorado Springs and the reaction people had to the resulting damage and power outages. They discuss whether people were reasonable in their expectations of the government to attend to their problems, and are people who seriously recreate outdoors better prepar…
 
As the global human population continues to increase, as sprawl continues to wash over natural areas, the amount of space needed for flora and fauna to thrive and, even, in some cases, survive, is steadily being squeezed by the human footprint. Kristine Tompkins knows a little about protecting landscapes for nature. She and her late husband, Doug T…
 
If you want to find out more about where and how to photograph the Desert SW, be sure to watch this episode with fine art landscape photographer Alan Majchrowicz. We go off the beaten path in Utah to find unique and beautiful places away from the crowds. Websites: https://alanmajchrowicz.com/ and https://www.alancrowephotography.com/ Photos: Locati…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob interviews Becky Leinweber, the Executive Director of the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance (PPORA), a new participant in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. They discuss what makes PPORA unique in the outdoors recreation community, it's mission, it's outreach and stewardship, and how donations to the IndyGive will help it …
 
When you visit Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, after you’ve gazed into the Kīlauea crater itself if it’s erupting, you should make a point to hike the Kīlauea Iki Trail. Starting from an overlook near Nāhuku (aka the Thurston Lava Tube), the trail goes down through the rainforest and out across a crater floor created back in 1959 by one of the mos…
 
There is no shortage of hiking trails in the National Park System. From coastal walks and boardwalk trails to trails that run the ridges of the Teton Crest Trail in Grand Teton National Park and the wildly popular hike to the top of Old Rag in Shenandoah National Park, the options can be overwhelming even if you had endless time to explore the park…
 
This week's podcast features Jennifer Peterson, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute, and a participating organization in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. We discuss the work RMFI has done over the past year, the work planned for next year, and how your contribution can help them achieve their goals for the upcoming year. Rocky M…
 
Camels, lions, and mammoths once roamed the landscape around Las Vegas, Nevada. Such was the case during the latter part of the Pleistocene era, which spanned a period of time between 11,000 years and 2.5 million years ago. The area -- known as the Upper Las Vegas Wash –- is rich with the fossils of these and many more creatures as well as ancient …
 
On this week's podcast, we go on an audio of tour of Fishers Peak State Park, with park manager Crystal Dreiling. As we stopped at a few different locations in the park, Dreiling describes each site, and what amenities are planned. We also discuss the on-going planning process for the park, how the public can be involved in the process, and a timel…
 
Kerrick has lived in, explored and photographed Arizona for 30 years. Kerrick shares his experiences and his photos with us. Tune in to discover where to go and what to photograph in the Grand Canyon State. Website: https://kerrickjames.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kerrick.james.5 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kerrickjames5 Photos…
 
Today we’re talking adventures, friendships, and the environment with Rick Ridgeway, who has traveled the world seeking adventure and, along the way, debated and discussed environmental consciousness with his friends, colleagues and peers. Rick, a climber, kayaker, explorer, filmmaker, and thoughtful writer, has a new book out, Life Lived Wild, tha…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 164 Backpacking Around the World with Katie Barbaro of Casual Ecstasy Podcast Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I have Katie Barbaro from the Casual Ecstacy Podcast. Katie is an occupational therapist, comedian, and up-and-coming author. She believes that life should be lived like an improv show, a…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin talk about who they're thankful for this Thanksgiving and how they affect their love of the outdoors. Also, they discuss some troubling comments on social media that seem to promote a sense of entitlement and elitism from a small minority of trail users. Why do some users feel that only they should have…
 
It’s been said that the night sky represents the other half of the National Park System. It’s in the national parks where you can experience some of the darkest skies you’ll find anywhere. Our guest this week knows all about that. Artist, author, astronomer and Night Sky Ambassador Doctor Tyler Nordgren talks with the Traveler’s Lynn Riddick about …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 163 Portable Gluten-Free Food Ideas for the Gluten Free Traveler Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I’m sharing some easy, portable gluten-free food ideas to bring with you on your next adventure. By the time this airs, I will have just gotten back from a cruise, and I’m excited to share my experien…
 
Feral hogs are just one of several species of invasive mammals that are posing immense challenges for national park managers. Unlike invasive insects or reptiles, invasive mammals are often larger and more “charismatic” animals, difficult for parks to eradicate from a logistical, financial, and emotional perspective.…
 
This week's guest is Christopher Aaby, the Executive Director of the Catamount Institute, one of the participating non-profits in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. Bob and Chris discuss the mission and goal of the Catamount Institute to engage and connect kids with the outdoors with school programs, summer camps and more. The IndyGive campaign helps the …
 
To photograph owls, you need to know where to find them. Matt Miller and I explore ways to find owls including knowing the habitat of owls, using online resources to better understand owls and which apps give you recent sightings. Owl Resources: Cool Green Science: https://blog.nature.org/science/ Birds of the World: https://birdsoftheworld.org/bow…
 
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