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Interview – Meet Jennifer Johnson of

1. Please introduce yourself. My name is Jennifer Johnson, and I’m a homeschooling mama of 2 children and a freelance writer. 2. What’s the story behind What was the trigger for starting it? I had been blogging for several years before starting I started my initial blog as a way to

Interview – Meet Gary Arndt of

1.Please introduce yourself. My name is Gary Arndt. I’ve been traveling around the world non-stop since 2007. During that time I’ve been to over 100 countries and all 7 continents. I run a popular travel blog at 2. What is the story behind your site? I began my site in October

Interview – Meet Hannah K of

1. Please introduce yourself. I’m Hannah and I blog over at I’m am a complete travel nut and have been searching for adventure ever since I climbed Mount Vesuvius at the age of 6! I’ve never been one to turn down a challenge. Whether it be a bungee jump, learning to tango, or trying

Interview – Meet Diane Spicer of

1. Please introduce yourself. Hello. Thanks for this opportunity to “chat”, Morry. I’m Diane Spicer, a long time hiker and relentless pursuer of outdoor time. I’m located in the Seattle area and started blogging about hiking ( 7 years ago. 2. I love your blog. What is the story behind it?

Interview – Meet Rick McCharles of

1. Please introduce yourself. I’m Rick McCharles, a career Gymnastics Coach from Calgary, Canada.   I love gymnastics, the internet and outdoor sport. 2. How did came to be? What’s the story behind the scene? Like many greybeards, I never got fully into hiking until about age-40. A

Interview – Meet Todd Walker of Survivalsherpa

1. Please tell us a little about yourself. Wow! You start with the hard questions first, Morry. I’m a regular guy, married to my lovely wife, Dirt Road Girl, a father, grandfather, and a teacher 8th grader students… for now. I’m a part-time blogger (seems full-time), jack-of-all-trades, keeper of

Interview – Meet Eric Bean of

1. Please tell us a little more about yourself. Short answer: I was raised in Eastern Idaho, Southern Utah and Northwest New Mexico. I’ve enjoyed hiking my whole life. My family camped quite a bit when I was young, and I joined the Boy Scouts when I was older, where I got more