Friday, April 06, 2007

Running Adventures Episode 2: Back to Nature

Well this podcast has been a long time coming. I was about 85% completed when my computer crashed. But now that I have my computer back (and some time) I am able to publish Episode 2. It is a bit longer than my target 15 minutes but you will see why it was hard to leave anything out (and I cut lots).

Much of this episode takes place at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park near Gainesville, Florida. We went camping from March 10-14th. I take you on a couple of runs and a walk. After returning, I ran with my daughter on our noisy Lockwood Blvd. The comments toward the end were done at the campground - sitting on a picnic table near a lake early on a sunny warm morning.

References in the podcast:

Adam Tinkoff of Burning 20 -
Susan -
Kevin -
Nigel of Running from the Reaper -


Opening - "Super Soul" by 4saisonz
Closing - "Adventures of the Deaf Dreamer" by Josh Woodward

During the podcast the instrumental music is from Scott Wilder - a piece called "River Run"



Susan said...

Oh my friend! I listened while on my longrun this AM. I have to say that your show was WELL WORTH THE WAIT. I enjoyed every second of it. BRAVO! I really, really love the music that accompanies it. I even mentioned it in my blog. You are just so fortunate to have your amazing family!

Maddy said...

I am looking forward to listening.

I may be the odd one out - I don't listen to the podacasts while I run, I listen to them at work - headphones on -

It's on my plan for first thing Monday morning!

Adam said...

Welcome back - it sounds GREAT! Love the realism. You are a natural (as are your kids). Keep that iRiver on. :-)

Maddy said...

I listened today as promised! It was great!

Fantastic job!

ShirleyPerly said...

I too listened and enjoyed your show today. Great job capturing the outdoor sounds and selecting the music. Keep up the good work!

Kyle said...

Thanks for the comment. Yea, I'm excited about those. For the MCM, I'll be running with my dad. I just gave him Jeff Galloway's walk/run training plan because I think that will work out good for him.

I'm going camping this weekend and I have to say that your podcast has got me even more anxious! Very nice job making us feel like we were right there in the enviroment with you.

petra duguid said...

That was just a great episode - so real, so natural (in all senses of the word) and so interesting - it was wonderful to listen to. Your daughter sounds wonderful as well - her facts just crack me up as I'm running along listening to them. Termites aren't a big problem to us here in rural England but still - you never know when the knowledge will come in handy. Keep it up - we're listening.