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My interview was on December 2019 talking with my father about his childhood and previous experiences in Voorheesville New York. I asked about his childhood, jobs, interests and family. My father talked about previous jobs as well as his interests...
My niece talked about her church youth trip spent hiking the Virginia Highlands Horsetrail.
Kelly interview of grandpa chuck. Sent as an mp3.
Monica Standage (38) interviews her father Jose Leal (68) about his childhood in Guatemala City, his love of golf, and the time he ran away to Mexico for three months.
A young man on the brink of adulthood (love, marriage, professional success) realizes that he is not invincible on a long, dangerous and unpredictable hike.
Talking with my good friend and roommate Nick Brothers. Talking about his adventurious and outdoorsy side. Touched upon family and personal life as well.
My dad, McCallie, talks about how he got into hiking, some of his favorite memories in nature, and why he loves being in nature.
In this interview I ask my mother about growing up in the woods and how it’s affected her. We talk about the arts and some of her childhood memories.
Ending off a hike with my friends by asking them questions until they get annoyed
Lauren Ray interviews Chris Wallace, who first visited Buffalo National River in the Ozarks of northern Arkansas 50 years ago.
In this interview, conducted on November 25th, 2018 in Sarver, Pennsylvania, Anastazia Herbst (16) and her Great Uncle Henry (Hank) Herbst (82) discuss his childhood and adult life in Ford City, PA. Mr. Herbst shares his experiences of enlisting in...
Bob Alpern talks about his lifetime of walking in all the places he’s lived, including Washington, DC, New York City, Annapolis, and now Healdsburg, where he hikes with a group each week, going strong at age 92.
Spouses Lorraine Stofft (51) and Michael Miller (66) share stories of hiking and exploring the Sonoran desert together as a couple.
I, Aidan Minushkin, interview my dad's friend, Carlton Stewart, about his 6-month journey hiking the Appalachian Trail
Here is my story of how I was compassionate with myself when I most needed it!
A couple speaks about relationships and the topic of love.
Karen Scullion [no age given] interviews her father Don Rain (82) about how he keeps lists for most things in his life, and how that has led to his post-career accomplishments, particularly in the area of travel.
Barry reflects back on his life from childhood in Corning, NY to running and hiking over one hundred thousand miles. He shares his optimistic view on life and how much he has to be thankful for.