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Karen Molenaar Terrell wrote an incredible compilation of stories chronicling her adventures with her father in his later years in "Are You Taking Me Home Now? Adventures with Dad." Karen and I chat about the "Children of the Belay," and how our families became intertwined during "The Belay" on K2 in 1954. Pictured is a very special reunion that took place in the mid-2000's where many of the family members met each other for the first time. Purchase "Are You Taking Me Home Now? Adventures with Dad" here.

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Rerouted Founder and CEO, Chap Grubb is on the podcast with us once again! Chap will be joining us monthly to give updates about Rerouted, his life, or share an outdoor story with us. Chap shows an extremely authentic and genuine side of Rerouted that we would love to be able to share on the podcast more often. To keep up with Chap on a daily basis, check out his twitter @chap_chats. We will be taking a brief hiatus from the Podcast, and will start posting again the first week of April! Look forward to new fun episodes then, and in the...

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We are back with a ski-focused gear story! Giles bought a pair of Volkl Chopsticks to quench his ski gear addiction many years ago. They are still one of his favorites to this day! Tune in to hear more stories about this super special pair of skis.

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On today's episode, we continue our Featured Author series with Beth Jusino. Beth is an award-winning writer and an unlikely pilgrim and outdoor enthusiast. Christine Reed joins as a co-host for this series, and we chat with Beth about her memoir of her experience on the Camino de Santiago. Check out Beth's website at www.caminotimestwo.com 

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Our second Featured Author is Johanna Garton, who wrote about the Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff. Boskoff was an extraordinarily accomplished climber who went missing in 2006. We have our first featured author in this series, Christine Reed co-hosting today. Tune in to hear all about Johanna's experience writing about a legend in the mountaineering community, and why she felt it was a story she needed to share.

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