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Brandi Bosworth (51) and her daughter Lily Bosworth (25) share a conversation about the Ogden Nature Center.
My mom used to live in Russia, and she and her family would visit a small town during the summer. She and her cousins would get up to crazy things, which she tells me about here.
Gaining perspective on the Harwood Family, history with the SCV and just a fuller picture of Ray Harwood's life.
The last of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode still has interviews...
This is an interview with our 93 year old grandmother about her life growing up in the mountains.
Mona Dunkin, who grew up on a farm in the mountains of Pipestem, West Virginia, tells about her life and experiences, and how her childhood and the people surrounding her impacted her life.
Lisa McGahey Veglahn, 46, interviews her mom Ann R. Smith, 85, about growing up during the Depression as a first generation Yugoslavian-American, and about what her mom is most proud of in her life.
Christy Fitch (35) interviews her grandfather James Gooch (85) about moving from Neon, KY to Detroit, MI.
We talked about my dad's trip that he took in Africa to help people prepare for their exams. We also talked about what it was like to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. He told me what it is like to be a...
Sisters Lynn Shearon (66), Jo Hatton (64) and Janclay Peavley (57) talk about their parents and grandparents.
G David Foster tells William Foster, his grandson, about his experience of researching and climbing Mount Foster in Alaska.
Will Delaney and his daughter Rose talk about their earliest memories. Recorded in June 2017.
After an experience in the mountains, I have a talk with nana as we discuss her childhood and other significant moments in her life. We also talk about the tradition of our mountain trip, and how it came to be.
Mattie Sheafor (51) and her friend Amy Skinner (55) talk about being mountain climbers and their climber friends who have died in accidents, including Amy's late-husband Todd Skinner.
Julia shares her experiences growing up in Wheaton, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, and how she ended up living in a cabin in the mountains of Colorado as an adult.
The first of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode discusses some of...
Roommates and coworkers, Jeremy Noel (40) and Joseph Langlinais (32), reflect on how moving to Jackson, WY helped them to recover from addition. Jeremy and Joseph talk about the healing power of the nature in Jackson, what brought them to...
We talked about life lessons that my mom has learned and that she wants to pass on to me. We also talked about her happiest memories which included me!
Ben [No name given] (31) interviews Lorraine Mary Caposole (65) about her passion for playing and teaching piano.
Justin (32) and Jenni (42), strangers participating in the One Small Step program, have a conversation about their lives, families, and communities. They discuss their daughters, living through COVID, and buying houses in the suburbs.
Bettina Moorish (47) and her son Nate Harling (14) talk about their family.
Colleagues Melissa Eickhoff (53) and Fred Veitch (73) discuss the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, including the history of the event and the spectator experience.
The second of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode has interviews from...