Behavior Bitches
Behavior Bitches
May 11, 2020
Part 3 of 3 with Bruce Lisker: In at 17 Years Old, Out at 44 Years Old
Play episode · 1 hr 10 min

In part 3 of our 3 part series with Bruce Lisker, we talk about those last minutes leading up to his freedom. He paints the picture for us of exactly what it was like stepping onto free soil at the age of 44 for the first time since going in behind bars at the young, tender age of 17 years old. Don’t worry your girls asked him every last detail from what he ate, to what he wore, to what he did first, and so on. Bruce invites us into his life now, took us for a virtual ride in his #sexyAF Mercedes convertible he always dreamed of owning when he was behind bars, and just keeps it #realAF with us. We enjoyed recording every second of this podcast and we continue to text and be in touch with Bruce. Thanks for tuning in for this three part series. We hope you loved it as much as we love you. Mean it.

Show notes:

https://brucelisker.com/#top

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4941944/bio

https://brucelisker.com/assets/files/Bruce_Lisker_Wikipedia.pdf

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Peter Shankman
War Veteran, Forensic Evaluator, Counselor, App Developer Dr. Tommy Black
Dr. Tommy Black is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in private practice since 1998. Currently he serves as a member of the Georgia Composite Board for Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists. He also serves as the Chair of the Rules Committee and on the Advisory Panel for the National Board of Forensic Evaluators. Dr. Black has extensive experience and training in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, REBT, and DBT. He works with a myriad of life issues but has particular expertise in ADHD, Grief/Loss, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, Impulse Control Issues, Relationship difficulties, and Adjustment Difficulties. A veteran of the Gulf War (1990-1991) while serving in the U.S. Army, Dr. Black has years of personal and professional experience in understanding and helping others cope with the specific trials of military services for active duty individuals and their families. Today we’re talking about how he uses his ADHD, wisdom and years of experience to help others. Enjoy! ***CORONA VIRUS EDITION*** In this episode Peter & Dr. Tommy Black discuss: 1:14- Intro and welcome Dr. Black! 3:30- What’s your story. When did you begin pursuing your doctoral studies? 5:55- On the issue of treating Neurodiverse, versus urgent medical care & resources available. 6:55- On some of the improvements and areas of neurodiversity that are getting attention finally. 8:05- On Esteem Therapeutics and the work Dr. Black & Associates are doing 10:45- Rigidity. Let’s talk about how your service in the military helps individuals with ADHD or those who may be neurodiverse. 14:08- Do you feel you attained much of the structure you currently use in your daily life from the military? 16:05- What do you say to parents who have just learned of their child’s neurodiverse diagnosis? 16:55- On how he managed through his own childrens’ diagnoses’ 19:22- How can people find you? Download the app App Store. Or via his website at www.chooseesteem.com and @ chooseesteem on INSTA and Facebook 20:00- Thank you Tommy! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. STAY HEALTHY - STAY SAFE - PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASK.. until next time! 21:07- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear! We have a new sister video cast called 20MinutesInLockdown! A video podcast devoted to learning fascinating lessons from interesting humans all around the world, all in 20 minutes or less! 20 Minutes in Lockdown was born in early April of 2020, when we were in fact, in lockdown, and couldn’t do much of anything. Realizing that more than ever, people could benefit from learning from people outside of their comfort zone – people with interesting stories to tell, people with good advice, people with useful ideas that could help improve lives, we started hosting short Facebook video interviews, and we grew from there. (Plus, you can actually see my hair colors change before your very eyes!) Check it out: www.20MinutesInLockdown.com TRANSCRIPT: Hey guys, Peter, Shankman welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. I hope you were having a great day. It is raining here in New York and foggy. Not so much rain but fog, but all as well. Uh, today is early voting in New York city. I voted, uh, it was on line at 6:00 AM. I was out by about 7:55. So that was pretty awesome. And if you don't vote, you're not allowed to listen to this podcast. So those are the rules. I don't care who you vote for, but you got to vote very, very important, democracy must survive. Anyway, on the podcast, we've got someone who has helped contributed to democracies survival. We have a veteran of the Gulf war, the original bill for 1991. Back when I was a freshman in college. I remember when we went, when the, when the, uh, CNN broke the news, that, that, that it was starting. And, um, we're talking to dr. Tommy Black, Dr. Tommy Black is a licensed professional counselor. He's been in private practice since 98. He currently serves as a member of the Georgia composite board for principal counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists. He also serves as chair of the rules committee on the advisory panel for the national board of forensic evaluators. He's extended his extensive experience and training in cognitive behavior therapy. CBT is I talk about always REBT and DBT, which is dialectical behavioral therapy. He works with a myriad of life issues, but his particular experience in ADHD, grief, loss, depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, impulse control issues, relationship difficulties, and adjustment difficulties. So essentially everyone who listens to this podcast, as I said, a veteran to go for while serving in the U S army, Dr. Black has used a personal professional experience in understanding and helping others cope with specific trials of military service for active duty individuals and their families. First of all, thank you for your service. Second of all, dr. Black welcome faster than normal. Thanks, Peter. I appreciate you having me. Um, and thank you for that. Welcome. It does sound like any issue you have. I can help you with this. You're pretty much covered everyone who's ever been on the show. Yeah, no question. Yeah, those are all I think though, um, very typical of individuals with ADHD. We deal with all of those things, right? Well, I was going to say everything is so interconnected. Yeah. Right. And, and so, so, you know, a hair's breadth apart from each other, and that's really, I think one of the things that people don't realize exactly how interconnected and close all of these things are, whether you're looking at trauma issues or ADHD or PTSD, impulse control, executive function disorder, you know, all of these are literally a hair's breath away from each other. Yup. Yup. It's very difficult at times to find differential diagnosis for those things, make a determination of what the primary issue is and what's driving the, um, frustrations or concerns. So that's where we have to turn to the professionals or look at data and try to figure that stuff out. So tell me your story. So you, you were in the army when you came back, is that when you, uh, pursued your, your, uh, doctoral studies. Yeah. So, um, I was actually enlisted, I was in high school, straight out of high school. I joined the military and went into that. And when I came back, I got a scholarship and I, my goal was to enter politics. I was a poly-sci major and hope to go to law school, but then I took intro to psychology. And I fell in love and it just spoke to me. Um, it resonated with me just in my personal life, as well as professionally. I just felt like I understood it and got it. And so I changed my major to psychology at that time, still thinking that I would pursue a law degree. Psychology degrees are great degree to have if you're going into criminal law. And then I went to grad school and decided I want to do, uh, do psychology and particularly school psychology because I, I foolishly thought that when my children were in school, I would take summers off and holidays off and be with them and hang out. And that didn't work out. I ended up opening a private practice and gettin…
22 min
Overcoming Distractions-Thriving with ADHD, ADD
Overcoming Distractions-Thriving with ADHD, ADD
David A Greenwood
Burnout-How to reset, recover and find direction
I feel burned out. What do I do? Have you every felt like you have had enough of a situation, job, career or other circumstances? You may be suffering from burnout. And if you're seeing this during COVID-19, you may very well be experiencing some type of burnout in your life. In this podcast about burnout, we talk about how to recognize, and recover from challenging times in our life. Mary Ellen Wasielewski is the guest and she is the founder of BLT Strategies just outside of Boston. Her firm helps business professionals suffering from major loss, big transitions in life, as well as burnout. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs and other high demand individuals. In this discussion we talk about how burnout and COVID 19 have gone together in recent months. With the business world turned on its head, organizations needing to adjust strategies, and in the worst-case people losing jobs or businesses going under, we have seen a real surge in burnout. Mary Ellen talks about the fact that many are experiencing burnout and may not even know it. She talks about how burnout is on the rise and the stress factors contributing two people feeling uneasy this past year. Mary Ellen talks about how to recognize burnout in ourselves and others in the things to look for. She talks about strategies to reset after burnout sets in including exercise, self-reflection, and looking forward past a burnout phase. And Mary Ellen wraps up our discussion by talking about what not to do if we feel like we're heading towards burnout. If you are feeling tired, stressed out, and have lacked direction during these times of coronavirus, please listen to this discussion. Find BTL Strategies and Mary Ellen here: https://www.bltstrategies.com/burnout
41 min
ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka
ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka
Tracy Otsuka
Ep. 95: Eating Disorders, Disordered Eating and ADHD with Aleta Storch
Join Tracy as she welcomes Aleta Storch to Episode 95 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Aleta has earned Master’s degrees in both Nutrition Science, Dietetics, and Clinical Health Psychology. She is an anti-diet Dietitian, Therapist, and Certified Body Trust Provider, specializing in eating disorders, autoimmune conditions, and ADHD. Her work is centered around helping folks move away from diet culture and instead develop an intuitive, trusting, compassionate relationship with food and movement. She firmly believes that everyone is the expert of their own body. When she is not focused on her work, she can typically be found skiing or foraging for mushrooms in the mountains, snuggled on the couch with her dog, partner, and a good book, or making a creative mess in the kitchen. Aleta and Tracy talk about: * The link between ADHD, disordered eating and eating disorders * The grim statistics on bulimia and anorexia for ADHD women * Which type of ADHD is the best predictor of an eating disorder in girls * The circumstances surrounding Aleta’s own ADHD diagnosis * Why she chose to study Nutrition Science and Psychology? * The difference between disordered eating and eating disorders * Why eating disorders and disordered eating are so prevalent in ADHD women? * Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS) and how it relates to ADHD * How problems with self-regulation and executive function deficits can lead to disordered eating and ultimately, eating disorders * What the pyramid of food needs is * How to use this pyramid to address disordered eating * How Aleta uses the hunger and fullness scales * What to do if you are in the middle of an eating disorder but think you can’t afford to get help? * Aleta’s favorite resources for a good relationship with food, your body and yourself * What Aleta thinks about intermittent fasting * How meal delivery services can help * Aleta’s new eating with ADHD program * Aleta’s favorite ADHD workaround Resources: Wise Heart Nutrition Instagram: Wise Heart Nutrition Understanding Girls with ADHD Hello Fresh Intuitive Eating, 4th Edition The Anti-Diet Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
1 hr 4 min
ABA Inside Track
ABA Inside Track
Robert Parry-Cruwys
Episode 145 - Self Care w/ Dr. Shane Spiker
If your list of self-care activities begins and ends at a big glass of wine, you may not be doing it right. And, as our special guest, Dr. Shane Spiker, shares, you’re not alone. This week, we discuss the challenges of self-care for behavior analysts including the consequences of burnout and the surprising fact that taking care of ourselves is an actual learned skill. Articles discussed this episode: Gibson, J.A., Grey, I.M., & Hastings, R.P. (2009). Supervisor support as a predictor of burnout and therapeutic self-efficacy in therapists working in ABA schools. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 1024-1030. doi: 10.1007/s10803-009-0709-4 Plantiveau, C., Dounavi, K., & Virues-Ortega, J. (2018). High level of burnout among early-career board-certified behavior analysts with low collegial support in the work environment. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 19, 195-207. doi: 10.1080/15021149.2018.1438339 Dounavi, K., Fennell, B., & Early, E. (2019). Supervision for certification in the field of applied behaviour analysis: Characteristics and relationship with job satisfaction, burnout, work demands, and support. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 2098. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16122098 If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at abainsidetrack@gmail.com for further assistance.
1 hr 9 min
Attention Talk Radio
Attention Talk Radio
Attention Talk Radio
ADHD: Health Outcomes, Life Expectancy, and Self-Regulation
Research has well established that childhood ADHD predisposes to increased risks for impairment in educational, family, peer, and eventual occupational functioning by young adulthood, among many other major domains of life activities. Less appreciated is that ADHD also predisposes to increased health, medical, and dental risks, such as an increased risk for accidental injuries as well as suicide across the lifespan. But ADHD also predisposes to certain personality traits and lifestyle choices that have a significant impact on these health-related factors. Such risks and impairments are known to influence estimated life expectancy. Dr. Russell Barkley (www.russellbarkley.org) describes the various health and lifestyle domains of major life activities that have been found to be significantly impaired in children growing up with ADHD by their young adult years, how ADHD adversely affects health outcomes and how such outcomes may have a substantial detriment on estimated life expectancy by young adulthood, and implications of these findings for alterations in ADHD management. Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing ADD symptoms in adults with ADD or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works. Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
43 min
Hacking Your ADHD
Hacking Your ADHD
William Curb
Give Yourself Some Slack: Self-Compassion (Part 2)
Last week we started our journey of self-compassion. Self-compassion is key part of cutting ourselves some slack - it's the combination of empathy and action. We're doing the things that'll let us put ourselves at the front of the line when it comes to self-care. But self-compassion isn't easy. When we're being self-compassionate we're trying to relate to ourselves in a way that's forgiving, accepting and loving - many of us have grown up with the view that the only way for us to push ourselves forward is by being overly critical of ourselves. A typical self-compassion practice has three parts: * Observing what is going on right now - that's mindfulness * Actively developing and building a healthier self-perspective (self-kindness) * Connection with others (often called “common humanity”) In this episode, we'll be going over Self-Kindness and Common Humanity as well as looking at how we can combine all three of the ideas. Support me on Patreon Connect with me on: Facebook Twitter Instagram or ask me a question on my Contact Page Find the show note at HackingYourADHD.com/selfcompassion2 *This Episode's Top Tips* * Self-Kindness is about understanding that we have unconditional worth and accepting ourselves even with our short-comings. * One way we can practice self-kindness is by being kind to ourselves with our words - one would that can cause lots of harm is the word "should", which often brings connotations of shame and unworthiness. * Common-Humanity is about connecting with those around us and understand that what we're going through isn't unique. We're all part of the human experience and even when we're feeling alone we can know that there are people who have also gone through what we're going through. * When we put together mindfulness, self-kindness, and common humanity you can create your own practice of self-compassion. When we're being self-compassionate we're able to cut ourselves some slack and learn to be happier with who we are.
18 min
Polyamory Weekly
Polyamory Weekly
Minx
587 Love in the time of coronavirus
How do we practice poly responsibly during a pandemic? Is it OK to move my metamour in with me rather than not see her for the duration of enforced social isolation? 0:00 Introduction and host chat * If you’re under 18, visit scarleteen.com * Found a new poly podcast, Pod Pod Cvlt Cast, with 34 long episodes! * We’ve got a new puppy to keep us company during #stayathome! 3:00 Poly in the news * Elisabeth Sheff’s four-part series on monogamy in Psychology Today: CNM is not a good choice as a method to fix a relationship that is broken, Four tips for heteroflexible couples who are considering opening their relationships, Three reasons why consensual non-monogamy will not work for people who are monogamous, and her latest, Monogamy by Orientation. * Alan’s Friday Poly in the news roundup, covering primarily the coronavirus pandemic. * How coronavirus is impacting polyamorous relationships * How a polyamory expert is dating during the coronavirus pandemic * What it’s like to isolate with your girlfriend and her other boyfriend * Is it irresponsible to date around during a pandemic * Minx’s advice * Use Zoom or Amazon Chime to host a virtual dance party or cocktail hour to stay connected * Use your webcam to see facial expressions * Try watching movies “together” over Zoom. Or send dinner to them and Zoom each other to chat during! 10:45 Contact us Questions? Comments? Feedback? Email polyweekly@gmail.com and attach an audio comment or call the listener comment line at 802-505-POLY. If you want us to teach a class at your event, want us to coach you, or want to appear on the podcast, email lustyguy@polyweekly.com. 11:25 Topic: should we move my metamour in with us while we socially isolate? If you’re considering cohabitation that you wouldn’t have considered due to coronavirus social isolation requirements, some advice: * As always, make sure your existing relationships are relatively healthy first. * Ask everyone involved what they need to be happy and healthy in a communal space. Consider personal space, alone time, sexual, and physical needs. * Discuss how finances will work in terms of rent, groceries, and other bills. * Discuss expectations for chores and other responsibilities. * Ask your kids how they feel about your metamour moving in. * Have the pets been introduced? Is there a danger that they might attack each other? * Set up regular check-ins after the move-in. These provide opportunities to bring up what it working well, what isn’t, to express gratitude and appreciations, and to bring up issues before they become bigger. * Take a break from news coverage if it increases anxiety or feelings of depression. 17:00 Join the conversation To join the online conversation around this and other episodes, follow us on Twitter or Facebook. We love when you review us on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcatcher (including Spotify!) and when you share us with your friends directly. 17: 05 Feedback * S from the Boston area calls in to share a personal neologism, “schmeeling.” * Phenom calls in to ask how to get her partner to date more and make sure everything is OK. She keeps encouraging him to date, but he’s not getting out as much as her. * There is no issue here except that maybe you feel guilty. Deal with your own guilt and stop pressuring him to date! 24:45 Pervy bird throuple Oops! Accidentally skipped this one: Perverted Illinois bald eagle threesome threatens sanctity of marriage. What’s next, hawk orgies? 26:00 Happy poly moment Finding unexpected commonalities with your metamour! 28:45 Thank you to our subscribers and contributors Thanks to all our PW Playmates! Also to Pacemaker Jane for letting us use their song Good Suspicions as our intro and outro music and to you for listening and sharing.
30 min
ADHD reWired
ADHD reWired
Eric Tivers
346 | Mastermind Session - Routines with Jessica
Does your brain make things more difficult than they need to be? Listen to this mastermind episode with Eric, Natalie, Blake, Erika with Jessica in the hot seat. Jessica has difficulties juggling the important things in her life. She needs help with making a routine around exercise and meditation without being overly detailed about it, and much more on this episode of . Jessica discusses her OCD and that she would like to be able to implement a routine without going overboard with details. She shares that she is using project management software, and it's helping as long as she has everything synced and can see what needs to get done, but she hasn’t been putting exercise and meditation on her calendar. Eric shares ways that Jessica can exercise with her injured foot and have everything ready to take outside, so no distractions are pulling her away from exercising. Blake, Natalie, and Erika give their insights into ways to transition from the house to the pool and back to the house easier so that Jessica isn't pulled away to another task. Routines are difficult to build, and they take time, but if you slowly begin doing the same thing every day, you will gradually build a routine one brick at a time. They also discuss Jessica's hypervigilance, how she notices when she is being sucked into it, and how to get out of it once she is in it. If you can relate to what Jessica is going through, you don't want to miss this discussion. You'll learn: [02:31] Jessica shares what she needs the mastermind's support for today. [04:28] She wants some way to implement a routine without being overly detailed about it. [05:41] When you are getting into the OCD mode, do you see yourself getting sucked in? [07:26] Jessica used project management software that allows her to see what needs to be done. [09:07] She has an injury that doesn't allow her to exercise the way she wants to. [12:00] Eric and Jessica discuss ways that she can exercise in her pool. [14:54] Eric speaks to Jessica about making things easier by having everything ready, so there are no distractions when going to exercise. [22:08] Put swimming on the calendar and making things as easy as possible is the first domino Jessica is trying to put into place. [22:25] Taking a shower is the second domino. [24:44] What are your hardest transitions? [26:47] Natalie gives some suggestions about making the pool transition easier. [29:07] Natalie speaks about making sure what she is carrying isn't too heavy. [31:41] Blake gives his insights into Jessica writing down her routines. [34:05] Erika discusses changing routines and how difficult they are for Jessica. [36:48] Jessica gives the energy pull that keeps her from her routines a name. [37:58] Routines are built like the bricks of a building, one brick at a time. [41:55] How sensitive are you to your environment? [42:50] Erika discusses how perfect Jessica is for her business. [45:03] Jessica talks about her meditation room being upstairs now, instead of being downstairs like it usually is and why. [48:00] Blake asks Jessica a question about putting down a sword. [50:49] Erika shares her insights into what Jessica is talking about. [53:58] Are you stuck in a state of hypervigilance? [56:22] Eric wants to know how to make Jessica aware of her hypervigilance. [59:14] Jessica talks about the feeling she gets before she gets into her zone of brilliance. [1:02:01] How do you complicate simplicity? [1:03:11] Jessica speaks about what she is taking away from this discussion. [1:05:50] Thank you all for being on the show! [1:06:36] If you are a regular listener, consider becoming a patron, click on our Patreon tab at Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Groups The 16th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability groups are ending soon.  ArC 17 Summer Sessions run July 11th – Sept. 19th.   We only have 9 spots remaining. Please visit to learn more and sign-up for our Last Scheduled Registration Event on June 11th at 3 PM CT.  You don’t want to miss it! Support the Podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me. With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patron-only Group Coaching Sessions.  Learn more at . ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to apply to join the ADHD reWired Secret Facebook group, go to and fill out the application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live! These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 PM CT. Go to Want to be a guest? Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, .
1 hr 11 min
Mighty Blue On The Appalachian Trail: The Ultimate Mid-Life Crisis
Mighty Blue On The Appalachian Trail: The Ultimate Mid-Life Crisis
Steve Adams
Episode #242 - Jillian and Logan Ivey (The Purple People)
Anybody who shared the trail with me last year must have heard of the Purple People. They seemed to be ubiquitous, turning up night after night at hostels, shelters, and homes to play their own music to lighten everybody's lives. The fact that they wore and carried everything in a vibrant lilac color didn't exactly allow them to blend into the crowd. These are two people with a distinct sound, a memorable appearance, and a giving nature. When I was able to interview them for the show, their journey hadn't unfolded as I'd expected it would. Yet it is well worth listening to. If you'd like to find out more about the Purple People, click on some links below. https://www.ilovethemailboxes.com https://www.instagram.com/themailboxes/ https://www.youtube.com/user/themailboxesmusic Extra Links: https://www.facebook.com/themailboxes https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZgpagevHW6qjOL6lQs7jb https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-mailboxes/591571580 Morgan Sommerville was next up for the ATC, with his insights into how the organization is trying to combat overuse on the trail. If you'd like to find out more, click on some links below. Morgan referred to the A.T. Comprehensive Plan, which is the essential A.T. management guidance: https://www.nps.gov/appa/learn/management/upload/CompPlan_web.pdf If you fancy a really deep dive into visitor use management, you should check here: https://visitorusemanagement.nps.gov/ And, ATCamp is where people and groups planning to camp on the A.T. can see if their proposed overnight site has room for them, and where thru-hikers can register the start date of their hike. ATCamp has charts that instantly update with each new registration, that show how many people are planning to camp at a given overnight site, or start a thru-hike on a given day in GA, Baxter, and for flip-flops, thus allowing them to spread out: https://atcamp.org/ Mr President is into the last two weeks of his hike. Unfortunately, I screwed up the audio this week by cutting off the first four or five minutes of our talk. Sorry Bill. Finally, Keith Foskett heads to the end with a virus tracking hikers down. Keith wanted you all to know that the full audiobook of Balancing on Blue is available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. If you like what we're doing on the Hiking Radio Network, and want to see our shows continue, please consider supporting us with either a one-off or monthly donation. You'll find the donate button on each Hiking Radio Network page at https://www.hikingradionetwork.com Any support is gratefully received.
1 hr 38 min
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