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The Joy Trip Project

Adventure Media Review, Africa, Climbing, Ethiopia, Interview, Outdoor Retailer, Podcast, Summer / 07.10.2011

An interview with climber and writer Majka Burhardt Many Americans -maybe even most of us- begin our mornings with a steaming cup of coffee. That wonderfully dark warm beverage helps to kick start your day and put a little bounce in your step. But if you’re like me, you probably haven’t put a whole lot of thought into where it comes from or how it’s grown. That’s why writer and climber Majka Burhardt traveled more than 8,000 miles to discover the story.
Adventure Media Review, Climbing, Manic Media Monday / 03.10.2011

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUcmL3VIhjE[/embed] All That Glitters A new book from writer and climber Margot Talbot shows us the healing power of climbing. In All That Glitters: A Climber’s Journey through Addiction and Depression the author shares her personal story of how a relationship with nature turned her life around. http://www.allthatglittersbook.com/ Freedom Climbers Adventure writer Bernadette McDonald offers up an amazing true story of triumph in mountaineering. Her new book Freedom Climbers chronicles the lives of Polish alpinists who pulled themselves up through the devastating hardships of World War II and the demoralizing occupation of...

Book Review, Climbing, Expedition News, Interview, Podcast / 30.09.2011

An interview with climber, writer and public speaker Jim Davidson As an adventure journalist I have the opportunity to meet some amazing people. And it was through the magic of social media that I became friends with climber, writer and public speaker Jim Davidson. We first got acquainted on Facebook. But last year we met in person at a café in the Canadian Rockies, a town called Banff. There he told his incredible story of friendship, adventure and survival that’s the subject of his new book, “The Ledge”. On...

Adventure Media Review, Climbing, Film Review / 28.09.2011

Filmmaker Chuck Fryberger makes climbing movies for climbers. His flicks are an intimate look at state of the art and he suffers no patience for those on the short end of the learning curve. “I’m going to make a film with Chris Sharma and I’m not going to explain who he is, because that just gets in the way of the story.” He said in a recent interview. So don’t expect a voiceover narration on the intricate details of big wall climbing or even bouldering. “I’m not at all worried about confusing non-climbers with my films,” Fryberger said. “If my mom sees this film and understands everything she sees then I’ve failed."
Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Breaking News, Environmental Journalism, Manic Media Monday / 26.09.2011

The weather is getting cooler and fall approaches. But in this transitional season that marks the end of summer there’s still a lot of stories worth follow in the world of adventure and environmental protection. Here are the top six media picks for this Manic Media Monday! Nature’s Own Stimulus Package: 7 ways to improve our lives in tough economic times “Last Child in the Woods”, author Richard Louv offers some investment advice on how to get the most out life through nature. This is also “Take a child outside” week: http://www.takeachildoutside.org/ http://www.childrenandnature.org/blog/2011/09/24/natures-own-stimulus-package-7-ways-to-improve-our-lives-in-tough-economic-times/            
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