Welcome back to the podcast! Today we have the privilege of sharing a conversation we had with our friend Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits. A Missouri native, Mark and his family moved to the mountains of Missoula, Montana and have been living the outdoor life ever since. With decades as a ironman athlete, and owner of utralmaxsports.com, Mark's realized that his passion for elk hunting was slowly slipping away. Coming to Montana was a dream that allowed him to return to his passion of elk hunting. He also has become quite the Llama expert, so we get a taste of how this has changed his backcountry experiences.
So many hunters, like Ryan, are obsessed with eating healthy clean food to fuel their passion. In this podcast we sit down with Jordan Reasoner of Humble Foods, a new freeze dried backcountry food company out of Bozeman, MT. Jordan has his own healing story, and it's where the idea for Humble Foods came from- the necessity to have a completely gluten free healthy option.
Tony Burlison has been around coffee as far back as he can remember. It's been a passion of his, along with hunting, since a young age, and now he brought that love to us with the Dark Timber Coffee brand. A PNW born company, Dark Timber is blowing up the world of backcountry coffee making as we know it. With the new Ascent pack, this one of a kind coffee single lets you drink a French Press quality drink without packing in all the equipment. In this episode, Tony talks about his history with coffee, his business experience, his reasons for staring the Ascent packs, and lots more.