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G.O. Get Outside: The Podcast is a radio-style interview show for people who want to spend more time outdoors. Each episode of G.O. delves into the outdoor lifestyle of some everyday person who probably has more in common with you than you think. Whether you are BASE jumping off a flying unicorn or hiking around your neighborhood in between diaper changes, you have a place here.
 
Are you looking for a high energy, in yo' face, push thru the pain, explode thru the weight,"WITNESS MY FITNESS" podcast? Well, THIS ISN'T IT! If what you ARE looking for is inspiring conversations with regular people who have attained exceptional results, then you are in the right place! Do you want to better understand how to train as your body ages through the decades? How something that worked in your 20's could actually be keeping you from excelling in your 40's. I'll introduce you to s ...
 
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Episode 297 ~ October 21, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics While one man builds a canoe from old pianos, another group brought back a tradition of building a boat from moose hides John Van Barriger gives his last report from his 6 week Erie Canal kayak trip Is the death of paper media coming to the outdoor industry as more people turn to digital and want…
 
Episode 296 ~ October 14, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger has finished paddling the Erie Canal and made it to the Hudson River. He fills us in in the final week of paddling and what is next. Changes are being made to Bears Ears Monument and a couple other notable places Confirmation on Katmai’s fattest bear…
 
Episode 295 ~ October 7, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John continues his paddle down the Erie Canal, making new friends, trying new foods, sampling local beers and watching an episode of COPS unfold right before his eyes It is Fat Bear Tuesday and the Champion of Katmai National Park is…..By SR
 
Episode 294 ~ September 30, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John calls in from the Erie Canal to give an update on the second week of his kayak trip Le Grand Portage fundraiser has teams portaging a canoe 700km from Toronto to Montreal It is Fat Bear Week. Which bear will be crowned Champion in Katmai National Park?…
 
Episode 292 ~ September 16, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger is has started his Erie Canal trip and calls in to give an update on the first couple days Sean and Tracey are back from their Temagami canoe trip and don’t want to see another thunderstorm ever again!!! Temagami First Nations elder Alex Mathias talks about the history of Tema…
 
Episode 291 ~ September 9, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The new Canadian Canoe Museum will feature languages and voices from Indigenous communities throughout their exhibits Time to start getting ready for Fall paddling Mississippi reversal, Loeva transparent SUP, and more…By SR
 
Episode 290 ~ September 2, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sarah DiGregorio talks about a recent canoe trip that took her from the north of Algonquin Park to the very south and the importance of good tripping partners that will be there during the good, the bad, and the ugly.By SR
 
Episode 289 ~ August 26, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John gives an update on his preparations for his Erie Canal trip, including whether he should take a canoe or kayak The River Runner by Rush Sturges is a must watch on Netflix Derek and his family took a canoe trip into Temagami this year Algonquin Outfitters is 60 years old this year and they are…
 
Episode 287 ~ August 12, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics There is now an Audio books aspect to Derek’s book club How do you charge you batteries when on a long paddle trip? Lets talk about solar chargers It looks like there is a SUP board coming that is made from sustainable, environmental friendly, and recycled materials…
 
Episode 286 ~ August 5, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sean is back ordering more gear to try out in the back country Farm Lake in Algonquin Park is an access lake but it was the location of a relaxing interior canoe trip Invasive species are easy to transport, Kokatat has new ownership, and putting a condom on a kayak???…
 
Episode 285 ~ July 29, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics An Idaho woman has found out the hard way that a dirty campsite can lead to a huge fine Do you know how fast you paddle? Can you calculate how much distance you can cover in an allotted amount of time? It helps to know when planning a paddling trip in the back country Ellesmere Island to Point Pelee…
 
Episode 284 ~ July 22, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Alan Drummond steps in for Derek this week to talk about kayak rescues, being aware on the water, the declining interest in paddlesports, paddlesport supply chain and price issues, and some YouTube channels you might want to check outBy SR
 
Episode 282 ~ July 8, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Your local waterways may be a lot larger than you think and offer more paddling opportunities than you realize John Van Barriger is in the planning stages of his Erie Canal trip. Sounds like it is going to be fantastic There are a couple birch bark canoe projects happening this summer that is helping…
 
Episode 281 ~ July 1, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Alan Drummond joins us to discuss a multitude of topics, including kayaks, a SUP Facebook group, using a SUP wing and foil, social media bullying, LED glow in the dark kayaks, and paddling in the Finger Lakes of New York state.By SR
 
Episode 280 ~ June 24, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Alan Drummond joins us to talk about some of the great places he enjoys sea kayaking in Ontario A new permit system is in place for anyone planning to take part in any paddling activities in Banff National Park Vancouver Maritime Museum has a new exhibition to check out, Canoe Cultures: Building A L…
 
Episode 279 ~ June 17, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics It floats like a brick, right? How about it floats like a concrete canoe? Concrete canoe building competitions are an actual thing The Yukon River Quest race is back this year, but with a few small changes Acadia National Park in Maine is a place you should visit with a canoe and a kayak…
 
Episode 278 ~ June 10, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics West Hansen joins us to explain why the Texas Water Safari is the toughest boat race in the world, what it takes to succeed and why he is doing it for the 25th time. This will leave you shaking your head or chomping at the bit to start training.By SR
 
Episode 277 ~ June 3, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Reed boats have been around for thousands of years, and some can get quite elaborate American Whitewater has come out with a a responsibility code for river runners and it is part of their Paddle Wise program Cyril Derreumaux is paddling solo from California to Hawaii in a custom made kayak…
 
Episode 276 ~ May 27, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The Mississippi speed record is being challenged with high emotions and heartbreak Saskatchewan is not just flat prairies. Northern Saskatchewan has plenty of paddling opportunities and there is a book out that lists 80 routes We have etiquette in the back country and your dog should have it too…
 
Episode 275 ~ May 20, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge in Florida is getting ready for the annual gathering of blue bioluminescent organisms Two friends and a dog are paddling across Canada to help banish their Pandemic Blues The first episode of The Outdoor Kind podcast is almost ready to go and John Van Barriger …
 
Episode 274 ~ May 13, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The Ontario Sea Kayak Centre (OSKC) is holding its Women On The Water Festival again this year The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is re-launching its “I Can” program series to help beginners learn new outdoor skills The New York State Canalway Water Trail Stewardship Program has been launc…
 
Episode 273 ~ May 6, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Jeff Kalil of Paddle For Progress takes to the water this summer to raise funds for the National Brain Tumor Society and to honour the memory of a great friend The International Canoe Federation has joined up with Starboard to launch a safety campaign geared towards new standup paddle boarders There i…
 
Episode 272 ~ April 29, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics A new approach to getting people on the Anacostia River and helping with river clean up by offering free canoe rentals The Whitewater Awards are handed out to people a lot of us think are out of their minds, but in a cool way We go over some of the pro’s and cons of Rafts and Catarafts…
 
Episode 271 ~ April 22, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Everyone keeps saying how there will be a New Norm and we think it is now here when it comes to paddling events and competitions There is a new Top 10 list of urban paddling locations in North America. Do you agree with the list?By SR
 
Episode 270 ~ April 15, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Paddling Adventures Radio has a new online store Are fees for camping on Crown Land coming to Ontario? They are close to becoming a reality in Alberta Neal Moore is paddling from Oregon to New York via Louisiana on his 22 Rivers Expedition Camper Christina has a new online course: Backcountry Campi…
 
Episode 269 ~ April 8, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John gives feedback on his dutch oven and Sean may or may not have ordered one Maintaining your gear in the spring is essential, especially your safety gear Two things you should pay attention to in the backcountry are dehydration and hypothermia Paddling in Greenland is spectacular, with the only d…
 
Episode 267 ~ March 25, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Ontario Parks is in the middle of a 2 year pilot project involving backcountry fees, and people are not happy Do you take a dutch oven when tripping in the backcountry? Maybe you should The Paddle Logger for Watersports app for tracking your paddling offers some nice features…
 
Episode 266 ~ March 18, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Ben Stacey joins us to talk about the Get Outside A Paddling Adventure television series we filmed on the Trent-Severn Waterway last August Sean bought some new gear John joins us to discuss the Safety Panel he moderated at the virtual Canoecopia show with Kevin Callan, Krista Martineau, and Scott …
 
Episode 265 ~ March 11, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Alan Drummond from Kingdom Outdoor Products dropped by to discuss kayaking in colder temps, touches on the wetsuit / drysuit debate and what his preferred drysuit is. He goes on to talk about his moniker #alcation and a lot more.By SR
 
Episode 264 ~ March 4, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The virtual Quiet Adventure Symposium happened and it was great Does giving rivers the same legal rights and status as humans sound far fetched? It happens more than you think. John Van Barriger has been getting a lot of listener input on his plan to paddle all 48 states and now his trip is evolving…
 
Episode 263 ~ February 25, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Aleksander Doba crossed the Atlantic by kayak solo three times has passed away while doing what he loves Pocket Outdoor Media has made some purchases lately to become a monster media company and has rebranded to Outside. The have many more plans in the works. Grab the canoe, your fishing pole, s…
 
Episode 262 ~ February 18, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Randy Mitson from Algonquin Outfitters joins us to talk all about Algonquin Provincial Park. The history of the Park, how he came to love the Park, how he got involved with Algonquin Outfitters, and much moreBy SR
 
Episode 261 ~ February 11, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Large water disasters are not something you hope to come upon while out paddling. Things like fluvial tsunamis and flash floods caused by glaciers. People tend to take more care of parks when they have a stake in them. Can the same be said for paddling areas? So many things have gone virtual ove…
 
Episode 260 ~ February 4, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Feeling a tad depressed about the state of things? About paddling plans that went down the garbage chute because of the pandemic? Nomads of the Sea inspired us to make our plans anyway Will there be an early spring or 6 more weeks of winter? The groundhog prediction biz is serious. While looking …
 
Episode 259 ~ January 28, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics There a few springtime events we like to attend but this year they are being held virtually. Quiet Adventure Symposium, Canoecopia, and the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show just to name a few A new spin on the hanging tent. The Opeongo Aerial A-1 is it a tent or a hammock Hobie has launched 4 new i…
 
Episode 258 ~ January 21, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Kevin Callan published an article about what he calls “Fake Bushcrafters”. We discuss this and the lack of Leave No Trace practices Things can go wrong on paddling trips and in the outdoors in general. Being prepared with a plan can eliminate or limit the need for First Responders…
 
Episode 256 ~ January 7, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics With the Pyrenees and French Alps as backgrounds, you really should think about whitewater rafting in Spain and France When thinking of dangerous encounters while kayak fishing, stingrays were not on the top of my list, but they should be up near the top Are people paddling for the wrong reasons? …
 
Episode 255 ~ December 31, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics On the last day of 2020, Sean Rowley, Derek Specht and John Van Barriger give a review of Paddling Adventures Radio’s 2020. Trying to pull out the positives from a year hammered by a pandemic and politics, they are happy to have been able to continue this podcast with some new tech. Favourite ep…
 
Episode 254 ~ December 24, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics SUP will not be a sport at the 2024 Olympics, but breakdancing will be Why get a regular casket when you die when you can get a canoe casket Get out your longboard and do some land paddling with the SUPstick Should we be worried about lakes not freezing up over winter? The Paddling Film Festival…
 
Episode 253 ~ December 17, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Everyone knows the Grumman Canoe, but do you know how it came to be? There are 6 ways that people fear they will die on a canoe trip, but are they rational fears? We reveal 6 locations around the world where you can actually paddle undergroundBy SR
 
Episode 252 ~ December 10, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Tips for the winter months to keep yourself busy and prepare for the 2021 paddling season Do we need books on backcountry etiquette? 10 spots around the world that you may want to add to your paddling destinations list. Places with interesting paddling opportunities…
 
Episode 251 ~ December 3, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Four dams on the Klamath River are scheduled to be demolished in the largest dam removal project in American history Looking for a place to launch your canoe, kayak or stand up paddle board? You need to know about the Go Paddling app The Outdoor Kind is hosting an online photographic presentation…
 
Episode 250 ~ November 26, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics The International Canoe Federation is working on getting a sport into the 2024 Paris Olympics and also working on the 2021 SUP World Championships in Hungary 300 foot deep Bear Glacier Lake in Alaska has disappeared, and this is not the first time John heads south to paddle the Gasconade and Nia…
 
Episode 249 ~November 19, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Water pollution is a big problem. What effect do our water filters have on the water we paddle on? The Burt Reynolds Memorial River Run may have a new official drink, if anyone can make it The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Gallery has a new exhibition: Kajak! It is virtual and it is awesome!!…
 
Episode 248 ~November 12, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Derek updates us on his canoe trip on the Moon River near Massasauga Provincial Park on Georgian Bay What is happening at the Canadian Canoe Museum and what is the latest on the new building Some paddling accessories that may (or may not) be on your wish list…
 
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