Monday, December 22, 2008

Snowshoeing on Public Radio

With all this snow, I strongly advocate the position that people need to get out and snowshoe, which you already know if you read this with any regularity.  It's even better when I can reach a broader audience and evangelize the whole snowshoeing thing.  I'm on Wisconsin Public Radio four times a year, often talking about paddling, but this time of year I talk about snowshoeing.

Larry Meiller is always fun.  Lots of great questions from really nice people.  I hope people could hear how much I love this activity.

This is me being diplomatic.  I just said that MSR snowshoes are "aesthetically challenged."  I mean, really...they work fine, but I've seen trashcan lids that had better aesthetics.  I also said that people who race snowshoes are "a little touched."  No offense to those who race snowshoes, but I'd rather paddle 100 miles than run a 5K in snowshoes.

If you want to hear the show, you can go to their website and listen to the archive here.

Respectfully submitted,


1 comment:

Capt'n O Dark 30 & Super Boo said...

15 minutes of fame x 4 times a year = a life time of "discovery"