Episode 013: With guests Caz and Chrissy from A Wild Land – Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

With special guests & nomadic adventurers Caz and Chrissy from A Wild Land

I met Caz and Chrissy from A Wild Land many years ago while hiking the Overland Track in Tasmania. We had so much fun together that we have stayed in touch ever since and it’s with great pleasure that we were able to finally organise them as guests on the podcast.

When I met these guys they were in the middle of their ‘Year of Adventure’ as they called it. Well that year turned into another and then another and they are still out there living their nomadic lifestyle and loving it. It was great to hear their perspectives and learnings from their wilderness adventures and share some laughs along the way.

Available on:

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Special thanks to our offical Podcast sponsors:

BLUEY MERINO – A fully Australian-owned-and-operated Merino Activewear & Outdoor Clothing company. RHEOS GEAR – Floating Sunglasses (Available in Australia through HOWDOG Fishing & Outdoors) TOPO MAPS+ – Go deeper into the backcountry CARIBEE – One of Australia’s most well known and leading backpack, travel and outdoor brands.

PODCAST SHOW NOTES:

Let me be honest, I haven’t had time to complete these show notes for you. We’ve been busy planning a huge adventure. I debated holding this episode back for 2 weeks until I returned and completed these notes but I decided this episode was too good to make you guys wait. I hope you forgive me for not having this page up to date and I promise as soon as I’m back in front of a computer I will get it done.

NEWS:

The documentary that Tom shot in Tasmania will be screened at the Cradle Mountain Film Festival. The Trailer can be seen below:

BOOKS WITH TOM:

Info to come.

OTHER REFERENCES:

Info to come.    

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