Thursday, May 31, 2007

Episode 6 - Traveling in the Moment


We flew from Burlington, VT to JFK on a Dash-8 aircraft.

This edition of Running Adventures begins by taking you along with me and my daughters as we travel to Vermont for my Dad's 70th birthday party. I didn't do any audio during the trip except on the planes and at the airport. Every time I have heard the music for this segment ("Travel Song" by Causeway) I think about all the travel Adam Tinkoff does with his job!

After the trip you get to hear some running with my daughter and I. She presents a quiz this week to challenge your animal knowledge. Meanwhile, on my long run, you get to hear me get all philosophical. Let's just say I was learning to be "in the moment." I mention Adam's great podcast The Zen Runner - we all should take a Zen run every now and then.

I also have my first audio comment from Planet3rry of the podcast Gravity@1053!

I apologize once more for the sound quality. I think I have figured out what causes the annoying clicking noise on some of my runs (it's the iRiver armband). I am going to figure out how to wire myself up with the microphone.

Featured music this week from the Podshow Podsafe Music Network includes:
"Travel Song" by Causeway
"Here Comes the Rover" by Jim Fidler

The opening music is "Super soul" by 4saisonz and the closing theme is "Adventures of the Deaf Dreamer" by Josh Woodward.

Have a great adventure in the coming week!

4 comments:

Nigel, Staffordshire said...

Chris,

If your iRiver is an IFP 7xx series I think the clicking maybe the small interface cover on the bottom of the recorder not clipped shut(where you connect the cable to hook up to your computer). I had a similar issue with my iRiver.

Nigel.

Maddy said...

I listened this morning! Great work as always.

Living in the moment. No place I'd rather be.

...And if anyone has ever seen your training log, they would truly understand how much of an Einstien runner you really are!

And I thought I was an Execl pro. Ha!

MarathonChris said...

I wish I could take credit for that spreadsheet log....but I found it on the internet....I could never make a spreadsheet do those things!

Susan said...

As always, I loved your podcast!!!