Host Josh Ellerbrock discusses the transformational experiences of a Pacific Crest Trail journey with one last group of hikers. This final set of interviews rounds out the 6-month long project of "Between A to B" (THANKS FOR LISTENING!)
In the second to last episode, your host, Josh Ellerbrock, discusses his last steps in Washington on the Pacific Crest Trail and preps the audience for the final bout of interviews.
Bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes may be the stars behind interesting animal encounters, but Pacific Crest Trail hikers know the full story, which they discuss with our host, Josh Ellerbrock, in the 8th episode of Between A to B.
Your host, Josh Ellerbrock, finally reaches Oregon, discusses the strange political scene, curses mosquitoes and mediates a forum dedicated to the art of finding yourself on the Pacific Crest Trail in this, the 7th, episode of "Between A to B".
Hiker norms regarding appearance, hygiene and interaction often eliminate some of the class boundaries erected by society, and for the most part, Pacific Crest Trail hikers find the result to be more comfortable and authentic than anything found back home. Episode 6 explores the topic.
In this episode, host Josh Ellerbrock relays the last two weeks of his Pacific Crest Trail journey and interviews a few hikers about the headroom they free up due to the emptiness of true silence found on the trail.
In the fourth episode of Between A to B, host Josh Ellerbrock ends up hiking 100 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail in the high Sierras, a white land of ancient pines and frozen lakes, while talking to a number of fellow thruhikers about the special simplified mindset that comes with a 60-hour work week of unadulterated backpacking.
In the third episode of Between A to B, Host Josh Ellerbrock explores the twin yet opposite desires that every long distance hiker knows well—the need to be in the wilderness and the cravings that pull hikers back to civilization.
The Pacific Crest Trail is, more than anything, a physical experience. Interviews with fellow thru-hikers reveal how the physical rigors of the trail both repel and attract those dedicated to walking its 2,650 miles.
The first episode of Between A to B releases a week after the show's host/producer, Josh Ellerbrock, began the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,650 mile trail on the western seaboard of the continental United States. Recorded and produced while on the trail, the first episode covers the first 100 miles and features interviews with some of the his fellow hikers.
(Hi folks. Admittedly, I'm still getting the hang of recording and producing on the fly like this. It's not polished to how I would like, and I'm pretty annoyed at the amount of wind that's in a lot of the recordings. For the record, I tend to create some solutions here in time for the next episode. With that said, here it is.
I'm thinking that when I finish up the trail, I might do some re-recordings to get it up to the quality I would like. For now, I got to get off this computer and start back pounding away at the miles. There's a trail out there for me to walk.)