This podcast is a great story from Kenton Clairmont. With his brother Ryan, they traveled into the Alaska backcountry and found out that sheep hunting is as difficult as they come. It will transport you to the great wilds of Alaska, with all the hardships and adventures it e
In today's podcast, we welcome you back to Train to Hunt season! Ryan sits down with Kenton Clairmont, Jesse Wise, and Trevor Neistrath, to talk all things TTH.
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We've had the Queen of Homesteading Melissa K. Norris on the podcast last spring talking about getting your garden ready, seed selection, and feeding the family. This time we visited Melissa at her homestead outside of Rockport, WA , about an hour 1/2 drive from our house. We shared a meal and got a little more personal on her success and making a healthier lifestyle a way of life.
I've had the fortune to know many incredible healers in my life. People that have made it their mission to change the face of medicine and healing through nature. Today's guest is someone we are lucky enough to call friend, and it was so cool to have him on our podcast! Dr. Ben Lynch is the founder of Seeking Health, Stratagene, and Dr. Ben Lynch. He has pioneered the MTHFR movement, and continues to be on the cutting edge of genetics.
This is was a trip Ryan has been waiting for most of his hunting career. He shared the experience with Joey Pyburn, Scott Carr, Jeff Lusk, Eric Foreslin, and Paul Haller. The podcast was recorded at a firehouse so there is some sound interruptions and the quality isn't our best, but it should be good.
This podcast includes:
- Intros of Jeff Lusk, Eric Foreslin, and Paul Haller- The Hunt Wild Boys.
- Intro of Scott Carr and Joey Pyburn.
- Ryan lays the foundation and how the trip started.
- Jeff, Scott, Eric, and Paul talk about their hunts and why it's important to bring cherry pie into the backcountry.
- Why putting off buying elk tags wasn't a smart idea, and how Scott Carr got the last one.
- Why Scott loves elk and filling his elk tag.
- Why Ryan and Joe took off to higher, deeper country to find more mature bucks.
- The importance of wearing Microspikes in a terrain like this.
- Why Ryan and Joe found disadvantages for having the Sawtooth Tent in this steep country.
- Why finding "Kifaru flats" can be difficult in this terrain.
- The Hunt Wild boys talk about their expectations and how this trip helped them learn patience, and the deer they took there.
- Joey shares how this trip was a good lesson in patience.
- Scott shares how he needs to get mentally tougher and the harder a hunt, the better.
- Ryan and Joe tell the story of their journey of their 8 day wilderness hunt.
- The Hunt Wild boys talk about their stealthy hiking skills.
- Ryan and Joe share how a raft made in China might have saved their lives and meat.
- Finish the hike as all the guys come to help Ryan and Joe at the end of their 23 miles to get the meat back.
It's the New Year and everyone is looking to improve their health through exercise, losing weight, or gaining muscle--- but what about helping improve your biochemistry and the factors that could be leading to fatigue, weight gain, decreased libido, and a depressed mood? Testosterone is a big piece of this for men, so today's podcast addresses these very questions with talking some medical evidence into why lifestyle is so important for men's health! Dr. Jaclyn Chasse of Perfect Fertility is an expert in hormonal health for both men and women, and she gives some great information to set you up for The Testosterone Project - our New Year's program designed specifically to teach everything you ever wanted to know about your testosterone!
Happy Thanksgiving! Today's episode brings a great naturopathic doctor Dr. Caitlan O'Connor from All Families Natural Health Care in Denver Colorado to the show to talk about how we as parents can improve the lives the of our children. If you are local to Denver and and want to work with Dr. Caitlan contact her at allfamiliesnaturalhealth.com
Ryan and Hillary sit down to help Zach Kenner of Hard Working Hunter promote the launch of his new short film True Conservation. This summer we were able to view the movie at the Northwest Mountain Challenge and it touched us greatly. So we invited Zach into our home for a meal and to talk about why he did this film and it's not what you think.
Today's podcast is all about our busiest time of the year: Harvest season. Whether it's food from the garden, forest, or an animal that Ryan takes, preserving and getting these foods ready for the winteris a lot of work.
Ryan and Hillary share their stores about harvest season, some of their recommendations on dehydration and canning, and they share a few stories from years gone by.