Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau https://www.ncexped.com Resilience • Courage • Attitude • Risk • Safety Tue, 25 Feb 2020 01:34:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Aaron Linsdau is a polar explorer, professional traveler, and motivational speaker. He shares his travel experiences, fitness tips, adventures, and failures to help make your life better. The podcast features product reviews, inspiration, travel, and ways to make money. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean episodic Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau alinsdau@yahoo.com alinsdau@yahoo.com (Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau) Aaron Linsdau's Podcast Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau https://www.ncexped.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/aaron-podcast-label.jpg https://www.ncexped.com 61618805 How to use Memory Recall on the Sony RX100 IV V VI VII and Sony Alpha A6400 / A6600 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-memory-recall-on-the-sony-rx100-iv-v-vi-vii-and-sony-alpha-a6400-a6600/ Mon, 24 Feb 2020 23:57:09 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6183 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-memory-recall-on-the-sony-rx100-iv-v-vi-vii-and-sony-alpha-a6400-a6600/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-memory-recall-on-the-sony-rx100-iv-v-vi-vii-and-sony-alpha-a6400-a6600/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to use the memory recall function for video on the: Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI, RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony Alpha A6600. The Memory Recall function is a very powerful function for videographers. However, it isn’t explained well in the manual and can be confusing. Aaron explains it completely for you, including the mysterious M1, M2, M3, etc. settings. Get items from this video at Amazon: Sony RX100 VA (f/1.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2TbKcM7 Sony RX100 VII (f/2.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2HSnC61 Sony A6600: https://amzn.to/38Yk4ei Filmed with: Canon G20: https://amzn.to/39Z5J1q Polson MO-IDL1 lavalier: https://amzn.to/2vd4wVA</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-memory-recall-on-the-sony-rx100-iv-v-vi-vii-and-sony-alpha-a6400-a6600/">How to use Memory Recall on the Sony RX100 IV V VI VII and Sony Alpha A6400 / A6600</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to use the memory recall function for video on the: Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI, RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony Alpha A6600.

The Memory Recall function is a very powerful function for videographers. However, it isn’t explained well in the manual and can be confusing. Aaron explains it completely for you, including the mysterious M1, M2, M3, etc. settings.

Get items from this video at Amazon:
Sony RX100 VA (f/1.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2TbKcM7
Sony RX100 VII (f/2.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2HSnC61
Sony A6600: https://amzn.to/38Yk4ei

Filmed with:
Canon G20: https://amzn.to/39Z5J1q
Polson MO-IDL1 lavalier: https://amzn.to/2vd4wVA

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Aaron shows you how to use the memory recall function for video on the: Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI, RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony Alpha A6600. The Memory Recall function is a very powerful function for vi... Aaron shows you how to use the memory recall function for video on the: Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI, RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony Alpha A6600. The Memory Recall function is a very powerful function for videographers. However, it isn’t explained well in the manual and can be confusing. Aaron explains it completely for you, including the mysterious M1, M2, M3, etc. settings. Get items from this video at Amazon: Sony RX100 VA (f/1.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2TbKcM7 Sony RX100 VII (f/2.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2HSnC61 Sony A6600: https://amzn.to/38Yk4ei Filmed with: Canon G20: https://amzn.to/39Z5J1q Polson MO-IDL1 lavalier: https://amzn.to/2vd4wVA Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau How to use Memory Recall on the Sony RX100 IV V VI VII / A6400 / A6600 clean 10:45 6183
How to Get an Empty Seat Next to You on International Flights https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-an-empty-seat-next-to-you-on-international-flights/ Thu, 20 Feb 2020 22:12:10 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6179 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-an-empty-seat-next-to-you-on-international-flights/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-an-empty-seat-next-to-you-on-international-flights/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron explains how he scored an empty seat next to him twice on a 9-hour international flight to and from London. This freed up space so he and his girlfriend could stretch out and enjoy the limited space in economy class. He explains the chances of success and the best way to go about it. This doesn’t work ever time but it’s certainly worth a try. Motion sequences filmed using the DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-an-empty-seat-next-to-you-on-international-flights/">How to Get an Empty Seat Next to You on International Flights</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron explains how he scored an empty seat next to him twice on a 9-hour international flight to and from London. This freed up space so he and his girlfriend could stretch out and enjoy the limited space in economy class. He explains the chances of success and the best way to go about it. This doesn’t work ever time but it’s certainly worth a try.

Motion sequences filmed using the DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw

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Aaron explains how he scored an empty seat next to him twice on a 9-hour international flight to and from London. This freed up space so he and his girlfriend could stretch out and enjoy the limited space in economy class. Aaron explains how he scored an empty seat next to him twice on a 9-hour international flight to and from London. This freed up space so he and his girlfriend could stretch out and enjoy the limited space in economy class. He explains the chances of success and the best way to go about it. This doesn’t work ever time but it’s certainly worth a try. Motion sequences filmed using the DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau 1 How to Get an Empty Seat Next to You on International Flights clean 3:34 6179
Hilleberg Keron 3 GT Tent In-Depth Review in the Snow https://www.ncexped.com/hilleberg-keron-3-gt-tent-in-depth-review-in-the-snow/ Wed, 19 Feb 2020 22:09:52 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6176 https://www.ncexped.com/hilleberg-keron-3-gt-tent-in-depth-review-in-the-snow/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/hilleberg-keron-3-gt-tent-in-depth-review-in-the-snow/feed/ 0 <p>  Aaron and Dr. Terry Williams provide you with an in-depth review of the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent. They show how long it takes to stomp a tent pad, how long the first time setup takes, and various features/measurements of the tent. Aaron points out the highlights, features, annoyances, and flaws of the design while it’s 15ºF (-9ºC) during filming. Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/hilleberg-keron-3-gt-tent-in-depth-review-in-the-snow/">Hilleberg Keron 3 GT Tent In-Depth Review in the Snow</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

Aaron and Dr. Terry Williams provide you with an in-depth review of the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent. They show how long it takes to stomp a tent pad, how long the first time setup takes, and various features/measurements of the tent. Aaron points out the highlights, features, annoyances, and flaws of the design while it’s 15ºF (-9ºC) during filming.

Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/

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  Aaron and Dr. Terry Williams provide you with an in-depth review of the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent. They show how long it takes to stomp a tent pad, how long the first time setup takes, and various features/measurements of the tent.   Aaron and Dr. Terry Williams provide you with an in-depth review of the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent. They show how long it takes to stomp a tent pad, how long the first time setup takes, and various features/measurements of the tent. Aaron points out the highlights, features, annoyances, and flaws of the design while it’s 15ºF (-9ºC) during filming. Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau 1 17:32 6176
Best UK Power Travel Adapter With Huge 3,250W Capacity and USB Ports https://www.ncexped.com/best-uk-power-travel-adapter-with-huge-3250w-capacity-and-usb-ports/ Mon, 17 Feb 2020 23:24:02 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6170 https://www.ncexped.com/best-uk-power-travel-adapter-with-huge-3250w-capacity-and-usb-ports/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-uk-power-travel-adapter-with-huge-3250w-capacity-and-usb-ports/feed/ 0 <p>  Aaron shares his favorite UK power travel adapter. It comes with multiple USB ports and US power connections. It looks pretty crazy but allows for the charging of 5 devices from a single outlet! Get items from this video at Amazon: Tessan UK Travel Adapter 2 pack: https://amzn.to/2vswVa2 Apple 12W USB Power Adapter: https://amzn.to/31WyOrI This video was created with: Sony RX100 VA: https://amzn.to/2vuUIpO Sony ICD-UX560: https://amzn.to/38rs7QK Polsen MO-IDL1 Lavalier Microphone: https://amzn.to/38tb8xp</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-uk-power-travel-adapter-with-huge-3250w-capacity-and-usb-ports/">Best UK Power Travel Adapter With Huge 3,250W Capacity and USB Ports</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

Aaron shares his favorite UK power travel adapter. It comes with multiple USB ports and US power connections. It looks pretty crazy but allows for the charging of 5 devices from a single outlet!

Get items from this video at Amazon:
Tessan UK Travel Adapter 2 pack: https://amzn.to/2vswVa2
Apple 12W USB Power Adapter: https://amzn.to/31WyOrI

This video was created with:
Sony RX100 VA: https://amzn.to/2vuUIpO
Sony ICD-UX560: https://amzn.to/38rs7QK
Polsen MO-IDL1 Lavalier Microphone: https://amzn.to/38tb8xp

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  Aaron shares his favorite UK power travel adapter. It comes with multiple USB ports and US power connections. It looks pretty crazy but allows for the charging of 5 devices from a single outlet! Get items from this video at Amazon: Tessan UK Travel A...   Aaron shares his favorite UK power travel adapter. It comes with multiple USB ports and US power connections. It looks pretty crazy but allows for the charging of 5 devices from a single outlet! Get items from this video at Amazon: Tessan UK Travel Adapter 2 pack: https://amzn.to/2vswVa2 Apple 12W USB Power Adapter: https://amzn.to/31WyOrI This video was created with: Sony RX100 VA: https://amzn.to/2vuUIpO Sony ICD-UX560: https://amzn.to/38rs7QK Polsen MO-IDL1 Lavalier Microphone: https://amzn.to/38tb8xp Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau 1 6:57 6170
How to Use Crampons on Steep Icy Slopes https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-crampons-on-steep-icy-slopes/ Fri, 14 Feb 2020 05:01:54 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6167 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-crampons-on-steep-icy-slopes/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-crampons-on-steep-icy-slopes/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to use crampons on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Watch my reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-crampons-on-steep-icy-slopes/">How to Use Crampons on Steep Icy Slopes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to use crampons on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them.

Get these items on Amazon:
Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV
Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z
La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4
Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L
Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU

Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L
Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE
Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF
Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG

Watch my reviews:
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw
Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A
La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A

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Aaron shows you how to use crampons on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn. Aaron shows you how to use crampons on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Watch my reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau 1 8:54 6167
How to Use an Ice Axe on Snowy and Icy Slopes https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-an-ice-axe-on-snowy-and-icy-slopes/ Thu, 13 Feb 2020 23:01:36 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6164 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-an-ice-axe-on-snowy-and-icy-slopes/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-an-ice-axe-on-snowy-and-icy-slopes/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to use an ice axe on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Watch my reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-use-an-ice-axe-on-snowy-and-icy-slopes/">How to Use an Ice Axe on Snowy and Icy Slopes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to use an ice axe on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them.

Get these items on Amazon:
Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z
La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4
Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV
Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L
Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU

Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L
Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE
Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF
Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG

Watch my reviews:
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw
Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A
La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A

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Aaron shows you how to use an ice axe on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn. Aaron shows you how to use an ice axe on steep, icy slopes. He covers multiple fall directions and how to deal with them. Get these items on Amazon: Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Katahoola Microspikes: https://amzn.to/2P3Dg1L Outdoor Research Gaiters for the Cubes: https://amzn.to/2PcgIvU Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Adventure Expedition One – How to expedition: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Watch my reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A La Sportiva Cubes: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau 1 9:26 6164
Sawyer Filter vs Aqua Mira for Backpacking Water Purification https://www.ncexped.com/sawyer-filter-vs-aqua-mira-for-backpacking-water-purification/ Fri, 31 Jan 2020 22:36:43 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6137 https://www.ncexped.com/sawyer-filter-vs-aqua-mira-for-backpacking-water-purification/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/sawyer-filter-vs-aqua-mira-for-backpacking-water-purification/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron compares 12 aspects, saving the best for last, of the Sawyer and Aqua Mira water filtration system. Aaron looks at the key points and comparisons based on his experience with each product. Weight, Speed, Complexity, Failure likelihood, Freezing performance, Long term performance, Quantity of water, Taste of water, Handle gritty water, Maintenance, Versatility, Infectious Vector removal Get items from this video at Amazon: Sawyer Mini Filter: https://amzn.to/2ZYUnqs Aqua Mira: https://amzn.to/35vsZSc</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/sawyer-filter-vs-aqua-mira-for-backpacking-water-purification/">Sawyer Filter vs Aqua Mira for Backpacking Water Purification</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron compares 12 aspects, saving the best for last, of the Sawyer and Aqua Mira water filtration system. Aaron looks at the key points and comparisons based on his experience with each product.

Weight, Speed, Complexity, Failure likelihood, Freezing performance, Long term performance, Quantity of water, Taste of water, Handle gritty water, Maintenance, Versatility, Infectious Vector removal

Get items from this video at Amazon:
Sawyer Mini Filter: https://amzn.to/2ZYUnqs
Aqua Mira: https://amzn.to/35vsZSc

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Aaron compares 12 aspects, saving the best for last, of the Sawyer and Aqua Mira water filtration system. Aaron looks at the key points and comparisons based on his experience with each product. Weight, Speed, Complexity, Failure likelihood, Aaron compares 12 aspects, saving the best for last, of the Sawyer and Aqua Mira water filtration system. Aaron looks at the key points and comparisons based on his experience with each product. Weight, Speed, Complexity, Failure likelihood, Freezing performance, Long term performance, Quantity of water, Taste of water, Handle gritty water, Maintenance, Versatility, Infectious Vector removal Get items from this video at Amazon: Sawyer Mini Filter: https://amzn.to/2ZYUnqs Aqua Mira: https://amzn.to/35vsZSc Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:00 6137
Review Limostudio 5in1 Light – Great for Youtube and Photography https://www.ncexped.com/review-limostudio-5in1-light-great-for-youtube-and-photography/ Fri, 17 Jan 2020 19:58:04 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6152 https://www.ncexped.com/review-limostudio-5in1-light-great-for-youtube-and-photography/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/review-limostudio-5in1-light-great-for-youtube-and-photography/feed/ 0 <p>To create videos in your YouTube studio, you need light. And a lot of it. Aaron reviews the Limostudio 5-light bulb head for you. He’ll show how it works, what the advantages are, how much it weighs, and why it’s worth considering. This would also be useful for home studio product photography, too. Get items from this video at Amazon: LimoStudio 5in1 Speedlamp head: https://amzn.to/2FwngB2 Feit LED bulbs, 5000k, 17W power, 100W equivalent: https://amzn.to/36wZhgM</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/review-limostudio-5in1-light-great-for-youtube-and-photography/">Review Limostudio 5in1 Light – Great for Youtube and Photography</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

To create videos in your YouTube studio, you need light. And a lot of it. Aaron reviews the Limostudio 5-light bulb head for you. He’ll show how it works, what the advantages are, how much it weighs, and why it’s worth considering. This would also be useful for home studio product photography, too.

Get items from this video at Amazon:
LimoStudio 5in1 Speedlamp head: https://amzn.to/2FwngB2
Feit LED bulbs, 5000k, 17W power, 100W equivalent: https://amzn.to/36wZhgM

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To create videos in your YouTube studio, you need light. And a lot of it. Aaron reviews the Limostudio 5-light bulb head for you. He’ll show how it works, what the advantages are, how much it weighs, and why it’s worth considering. To create videos in your YouTube studio, you need light. And a lot of it. Aaron reviews the Limostudio 5-light bulb head for you. He’ll show how it works, what the advantages are, how much it weighs, and why it’s worth considering. This would also be useful for home studio product photography, too. Get items from this video at Amazon: LimoStudio 5in1 Speedlamp head: https://amzn.to/2FwngB2 Feit LED bulbs, 5000k, 17W power, 100W equivalent: https://amzn.to/36wZhgM Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:13 6152
You can’t fly after Oct 1, 2020 without this – REAL ID Warning https://www.ncexped.com/you-cant-fly-after-oct-1-2020-without-this-real-id-warning/ Sat, 11 Jan 2020 06:31:59 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6133 https://www.ncexped.com/you-cant-fly-after-oct-1-2020-without-this-real-id-warning/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/you-cant-fly-after-oct-1-2020-without-this-real-id-warning/feed/ 0 <p>If you do not have a REAL ID act compliant drivers license, you will not be able to use it to fly after Oct 1, 2020. You must provide multiple proofs of identification, residency, and other documentation. Check the links below and get ready for travelmagedon in early October as people arrive at airports with a REAL ID compliant drivers license. https://www.dhs.gov/real-id https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-frequently-asked-questions</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/you-cant-fly-after-oct-1-2020-without-this-real-id-warning/">You can’t fly after Oct 1, 2020 without this – REAL ID Warning</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

If you do not have a REAL ID act compliant drivers license, you will not be able to use it to fly after Oct 1, 2020. You must provide multiple proofs of identification, residency, and other documentation. Check the links below and get ready for travelmagedon in early October as people arrive at airports with a REAL ID compliant drivers license.

https://www.dhs.gov/real-id

https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-frequently-asked-questions

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If you do not have a REAL ID act compliant drivers license, you will not be able to use it to fly after Oct 1, 2020. You must provide multiple proofs of identification, residency, and other documentation. Check the links below and get ready for travelm... If you do not have a REAL ID act compliant drivers license, you will not be able to use it to fly after Oct 1, 2020. You must provide multiple proofs of identification, residency, and other documentation. Check the links below and get ready for travelmagedon in early October as people arrive at airports with a REAL ID compliant drivers license. https://www.dhs.gov/real-id https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-frequently-asked-questions Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 7:14 6133
Keron 3 GT Tent Initial Impressions https://www.ncexped.com/keron-3-gt-tent-initial-impressions/ Fri, 10 Jan 2020 22:59:38 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6155 https://www.ncexped.com/keron-3-gt-tent-initial-impressions/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/keron-3-gt-tent-initial-impressions/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron just received his Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent and wanted to share it with you. This is what he’ll use as a team to ski into Yellowstone and also to cross the Greenland icecap. The tent is massive but it’s easy for a single person to pitch. Aaron shows the features and what it’s like inside, the zippers, etc. Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/keron-3-gt-tent-initial-impressions/">Keron 3 GT Tent Initial Impressions</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron just received his Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent and wanted to share it with you. This is what he’ll use as a team to ski into Yellowstone and also to cross the Greenland icecap. The tent is massive but it’s easy for a single person to pitch. Aaron shows the features and what it’s like inside, the zippers, etc.

Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/

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Aaron just received his Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent and wanted to share it with you. This is what he’ll use as a team to ski into Yellowstone and also to cross the Greenland icecap. The tent is massive but it’s easy for a single person to pitch. Aaron just received his Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent and wanted to share it with you. This is what he’ll use as a team to ski into Yellowstone and also to cross the Greenland icecap. The tent is massive but it’s easy for a single person to pitch. Aaron shows the features and what it’s like inside, the zippers, etc. Get the Hilleberg Keron 3 GT tent here: https://hilleberg.com/eng/tent/black-label-tents/keron-3-gt/ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:58 6155
How to make FCPX Credits and Titles in Indesign https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-make-fcpx-credits-and-titles-in-indesign/ Thu, 09 Jan 2020 06:30:27 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6131 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-make-fcpx-credits-and-titles-in-indesign/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-make-fcpx-credits-and-titles-in-indesign/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to use the text engine in Adobe Indesign to make title or credit sequences quickly. If you need to make a change, you can make changes to the text in one shot. This works great when you have a dozen or more credit or title sequences. Once you get this set up, it’s incredibly quick to make changes. You can change the font or size of dozens to hundreds of titles or names super quickly. NOTE – The credits look great. They look blocky because I’m doing a screen capture. They look as good as FCPX titles.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-make-fcpx-credits-and-titles-in-indesign/">How to make FCPX Credits and Titles in Indesign</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to use the text engine in Adobe Indesign to make title or credit sequences quickly. If you need to make a change, you can make changes to the text in one shot. This works great when you have a dozen or more credit or title sequences. Once you get this set up, it’s incredibly quick to make changes. You can change the font or size of dozens to hundreds of titles or names super quickly.

NOTE – The credits look great. They look blocky because I’m doing a screen capture. They look as good as FCPX titles.

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Aaron shows you how to use the text engine in Adobe Indesign to make title or credit sequences quickly. If you need to make a change, you can make changes to the text in one shot. This works great when you have a dozen or more credit or title sequences... Aaron shows you how to use the text engine in Adobe Indesign to make title or credit sequences quickly. If you need to make a change, you can make changes to the text in one shot. This works great when you have a dozen or more credit or title sequences. Once you get this set up, it’s incredibly quick to make changes. You can change the font or size of dozens to hundreds of titles or names super quickly. NOTE – The credits look great. They look blocky because I’m doing a screen capture. They look as good as FCPX titles. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 19:21 6131
Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack Review In-Depth https://www.ncexped.com/black-diamond-speed-40-pack-review/ Tue, 24 Dec 2019 23:00:39 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6116 https://www.ncexped.com/black-diamond-speed-40-pack-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/black-diamond-speed-40-pack-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack. This is an excellent summit day pack as well as a general adventure pack. He talks about the different features and shows items on the pack to give you a better idea of its fit and function. Black Diamond Speed 40 pack: https://amzn.to/2SmfUHJ Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/39arxHN Black Diamond Crampon bag: https://amzn.to/2MsxiXB Black Diamond Half Dome helmet: https://amzn.to/34TMIKX Petzl ice screws: https://amzn.to/39cGokU Camp nano 22 carabiner: https://amzn.to/37aZ16X Petzl Ascender: https://amzn.to/35Y84Ig Black diamond carabiner: https://amzn.to/2SkXtTX Note – the pack color is slightly different than in the video with the mountain background.  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/black-diamond-speed-40-pack-review/">Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack Review In-Depth</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron reviews the Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack. This is an excellent summit day pack as well as a general adventure pack. He talks about the different features and shows items on the pack to give you a better idea of its fit and function.

Black Diamond Speed 40 pack: https://amzn.to/2SmfUHJ
Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z

Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/39arxHN
Black Diamond Crampon bag: https://amzn.to/2MsxiXB
Black Diamond Half Dome helmet: https://amzn.to/34TMIKX
Petzl ice screws: https://amzn.to/39cGokU
Camp nano 22 carabiner: https://amzn.to/37aZ16X
Petzl Ascender: https://amzn.to/35Y84Ig
Black diamond carabiner: https://amzn.to/2SkXtTX

Note – the pack color is slightly different than in the video with the mountain background.

 

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Aaron reviews the Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack. This is an excellent summit day pack as well as a general adventure pack. He talks about the different features and shows items on the pack to give you a better idea of its fit and function. Aaron reviews the Black Diamond Speed 40 Pack. This is an excellent summit day pack as well as a general adventure pack. He talks about the different features and shows items on the pack to give you a better idea of its fit and function. Black Diamond Speed 40 pack: https://amzn.to/2SmfUHJ Black Diamond Venom: https://amzn.to/2CfxVOE Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/39arxHN Black Diamond Crampon bag: https://amzn.to/2MsxiXB Black Diamond Half Dome helmet: https://amzn.to/34TMIKX Petzl ice screws: https://amzn.to/39cGokU Camp nano 22 carabiner: https://amzn.to/37aZ16X Petzl Ascender: https://amzn.to/35Y84Ig Black diamond carabiner: https://amzn.to/2SkXtTX Note – the pack color is slightly different than in the video with the mountain background.   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 18:13 6116
How to Find Adobe Typekit fonts on Mac https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-find-adobe-typekit-fonts-on-mac/ Mon, 23 Dec 2019 17:10:59 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6113 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-find-adobe-typekit-fonts-on-mac/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-find-adobe-typekit-fonts-on-mac/feed/ 0 <p>Using Adobe Typekit fonts in Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is wonderful. There are too many to choose from. However, if you need the font so you can package your work or work offline, your Typekit fonts won’t be available. This video shows you how to find them.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-find-adobe-typekit-fonts-on-mac/">How to Find Adobe Typekit fonts on Mac</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Using Adobe Typekit fonts in Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is wonderful. There are too many to choose from. However, if you need the font so you can package your work or work offline, your Typekit fonts won’t be available. This video shows you how to find them.

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Using Adobe Typekit fonts in Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is wonderful. There are too many to choose from. However, if you need the font so you can package your work or work offline, your Typekit fonts won’t be available. Using Adobe Typekit fonts in Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is wonderful. There are too many to choose from. However, if you need the font so you can package your work or work offline, your Typekit fonts won’t be available. This video shows you how to find them. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 6113
Powerex MH-C980 Turbo Charger Analyzer Review—Charges Fast and Gives Real Capacity https://www.ncexped.com/powerex-mh-c980-charger-analyzer-review-charges-fast-and-gives-real-capacity/ Thu, 19 Dec 2019 23:40:02 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6107 https://www.ncexped.com/powerex-mh-c980-charger-analyzer-review-charges-fast-and-gives-real-capacity/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/powerex-mh-c980-charger-analyzer-review-charges-fast-and-gives-real-capacity/feed/ 0 <p>There is a new battery charger that can charge 8 batteries independently and give you real capacity. You can see exactly how much life is left in your AA/AAA batteries. No more guesswork for your critical work. Get items from this video at Amazon: Powerex MH-C980 Charger: https://amzn.to/2rUSONR Powerex AA batteries: https://amzn.to/2EzvEz7 Powerex AAA batteries: https://amzn.to/35GGOOz Powerex MH-C801D Charger: https://amzn.to/34DKE9G Eneloop AA batteries: https://amzn.to/34BEIxR Additional items: https://mahaenergy.com/powerex-accessory-padded-bag/ Aaron’s MH-C801D review: https://youtu.be/FVGhksXRaOQ</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/powerex-mh-c980-charger-analyzer-review-charges-fast-and-gives-real-capacity/">Powerex MH-C980 Turbo Charger Analyzer Review—Charges Fast and Gives Real Capacity</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

There is a new battery charger that can charge 8 batteries independently and give you real capacity. You can see exactly how much life is left in your AA/AAA batteries. No more guesswork for your critical work.

Get items from this video at Amazon:
Powerex MH-C980 Charger: https://amzn.to/2rUSONR
Powerex AA batteries: https://amzn.to/2EzvEz7
Powerex AAA batteries: https://amzn.to/35GGOOz
Powerex MH-C801D Charger: https://amzn.to/34DKE9G
Eneloop AA batteries: https://amzn.to/34BEIxR

Additional items:
https://mahaenergy.com/powerex-accessory-padded-bag/
Aaron’s MH-C801D review: https://youtu.be/FVGhksXRaOQ

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There is a new battery charger that can charge 8 batteries independently and give you real capacity. You can see exactly how much life is left in your AA/AAA batteries. No more guesswork for your critical work. There is a new battery charger that can charge 8 batteries independently and give you real capacity. You can see exactly how much life is left in your AA/AAA batteries. No more guesswork for your critical work. Get items from this video at Amazon: Powerex MH-C980 Charger: https://amzn.to/2rUSONR Powerex AA batteries: https://amzn.to/2EzvEz7 Powerex AAA batteries: https://amzn.to/35GGOOz Powerex MH-C801D Charger: https://amzn.to/34DKE9G Eneloop AA batteries: https://amzn.to/34BEIxR Additional items: https://mahaenergy.com/powerex-accessory-padded-bag/ Aaron’s MH-C801D review: https://youtu.be/FVGhksXRaOQ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 9:35 6107
Ski and Climbing Boot Backpack – Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag Review https://www.ncexped.com/ski-and-climbing-boot-backpack-kemimoto-ski-boot-bag-review/ Fri, 13 Dec 2019 21:11:13 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6104 https://www.ncexped.com/ski-and-climbing-boot-backpack-kemimoto-ski-boot-bag-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/ski-and-climbing-boot-backpack-kemimoto-ski-boot-bag-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag at the ski slopes. He shows how much the bag carries, its waterproof shell, the drain holes in the boot carrier area, and what it’s like to wear. This bag is good for skiing and climbing gear to keep your boots contained and ready to go. Get this bag at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2rAdhHB</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/ski-and-climbing-boot-backpack-kemimoto-ski-boot-bag-review/">Ski and Climbing Boot Backpack – Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron reviews the Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag at the ski slopes. He shows how much the bag carries, its waterproof shell, the drain holes in the boot carrier area, and what it’s like to wear.
This bag is good for skiing and climbing gear to keep your boots contained and ready to go.

Get this bag at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2rAdhHB

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Aaron reviews the Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag at the ski slopes. He shows how much the bag carries, its waterproof shell, the drain holes in the boot carrier area, and what it’s like to wear. This bag is good for skiing and climbing gear to keep your boots c... Aaron reviews the Kemimoto Ski Boot Bag at the ski slopes. He shows how much the bag carries, its waterproof shell, the drain holes in the boot carrier area, and what it’s like to wear. This bag is good for skiing and climbing gear to keep your boots contained and ready to go. Get this bag at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2rAdhHB Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 8:26 6104
How to Fix or Remove Missing or Broken Links in Indesign https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-fix-or-remove-missing-or-broken-links-in-indesign/ Fri, 13 Dec 2019 07:15:07 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6101 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-fix-or-remove-missing-or-broken-links-in-indesign/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-fix-or-remove-missing-or-broken-links-in-indesign/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you five different methods for removing broken links from Indesign. This is especially effective when the original linked document is missing. Depending on the version of Indesign and operating system, each method may have varying degrees of success. Broken links in Indesign may cause problems while exporting files. Fixing these errors using these techniques can help. How to Fix Broken Links in Indesign How to Fix Missing Links in Indesign How to Remove Broken Links in Indesign How to Remove Missing Links in Indesign Original Thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/how-to-remove-broken-links-from-indesign-s-links-panel/m-p/8192908#M25815</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-fix-or-remove-missing-or-broken-links-in-indesign/">How to Fix or Remove Missing or Broken Links in Indesign</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you five different methods for removing broken links from Indesign. This is especially effective when the original linked document is missing.
Depending on the version of Indesign and operating system, each method may have varying degrees of success. Broken links in Indesign may cause problems while exporting files. Fixing these errors using these techniques can help.

How to Fix Broken Links in Indesign
How to Fix Missing Links in Indesign
How to Remove Broken Links in Indesign
How to Remove Missing Links in Indesign
Original Thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/how-to-remove-broken-links-from-indesign-s-links-panel/m-p/8192908#M25815

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Aaron shows you five different methods for removing broken links from Indesign. This is especially effective when the original linked document is missing. Depending on the version of Indesign and operating system, Aaron shows you five different methods for removing broken links from Indesign. This is especially effective when the original linked document is missing. Depending on the version of Indesign and operating system, each method may have varying degrees of success. Broken links in Indesign may cause problems while exporting files. Fixing these errors using these techniques can help. How to Fix Broken Links in Indesign How to Fix Missing Links in Indesign How to Remove Broken Links in Indesign How to Remove Missing Links in Indesign Original Thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/how-to-remove-broken-links-from-indesign-s-links-panel/m-p/8192908#M25815 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:16 6101
La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering Boots Review https://www.ncexped.com/la-sportiva-baruntse-double-mountaineering-boots-review/ Wed, 11 Dec 2019 21:24:22 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6096 https://www.ncexped.com/la-sportiva-baruntse-double-mountaineering-boots-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/la-sportiva-baruntse-double-mountaineering-boots-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering boot. He has used these to climb Mt. Elbrus, the tallest mountain in Russia. He’s also used these to climb Mt. Hood in Oregon during a storm. They are targeted to the 6,000-7,000m meter peaks. Aaron has used them to -20ºF in Wyoming and they were warm. He shows the details of these boots. Get items in this video from Amazon: Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/la-sportiva-baruntse-double-mountaineering-boots-review/">La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering Boots Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron reviews the La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering boot. He has used these to climb Mt. Elbrus, the tallest mountain in Russia. He’s also used these to climb Mt. Hood in Oregon during a storm. They are targeted to the 6,000-7,000m meter peaks. Aaron has used them to -20ºF in Wyoming and they were warm. He shows the details of these boots.

Get items in this video from Amazon:

Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE

La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC

Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/

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Aaron reviews the La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering boot. He has used these to climb Mt. Elbrus, the tallest mountain in Russia. He’s also used these to climb Mt. Hood in Oregon during a storm. They are targeted to the 6,000-7, Aaron reviews the La Sportiva Baruntse Double Mountaineering boot. He has used these to climb Mt. Elbrus, the tallest mountain in Russia. He’s also used these to climb Mt. Hood in Oregon during a storm. They are targeted to the 6,000-7,000m meter peaks. Aaron has used them to -20ºF in Wyoming and they were warm. He shows the details of these boots. Get items in this video from Amazon: Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:08 6096
How to Choose Between Mountaineering Single Double or Triple boots https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-mountaineering-single-double-or-triple-boots/ Tue, 10 Dec 2019 22:18:01 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6092 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-mountaineering-single-double-or-triple-boots/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-mountaineering-single-double-or-triple-boots/feed/ 0 <p>When you are looking at mountaineering boots, there are so many brands. And then you discover that there are single, double, and triple boots. What does this even mean? Aaron explains the differences. He helps you understand where each should be used. The boots are compared, weighed, and measured. Get items from this video at Amazon: La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Millet Everest GTX boots: https://www.mtntools.com/cat/alpineice/boots/milleteverestboots.htm Watch Aaron’s videos on each of these boots: Millet Everest GTX Mountaineering Boots: https://youtu.be/-Vv_uDAkFFs La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A La Sportiva Baruntse: Coming soon…</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-mountaineering-single-double-or-triple-boots/">How to Choose Between Mountaineering Single Double or Triple boots</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

When you are looking at mountaineering boots, there are so many brands. And then you discover that there are single, double, and triple boots. What does this even mean? Aaron explains the differences. He helps you understand where each should be used. The boots are compared, weighed, and measured.

Get items from this video at Amazon:

La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4

Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV

Millet Everest GTX boots: https://www.mtntools.com/cat/alpineice/boots/milleteverestboots.htm

Watch Aaron’s videos on each of these boots:

Millet Everest GTX Mountaineering Boots: https://youtu.be/-Vv_uDAkFFs

La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A

La Sportiva Baruntse: Coming soon…

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When you are looking at mountaineering boots, there are so many brands. And then you discover that there are single, double, and triple boots. What does this even mean? Aaron explains the differences. He helps you understand where each should be used. When you are looking at mountaineering boots, there are so many brands. And then you discover that there are single, double, and triple boots. What does this even mean? Aaron explains the differences. He helps you understand where each should be used. The boots are compared, weighed, and measured. Get items from this video at Amazon: La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://amzn.to/2Y6RKC4 Grivel Crampons: https://amzn.to/33GTrXV Millet Everest GTX boots: https://www.mtntools.com/cat/alpineice/boots/milleteverestboots.htm Watch Aaron’s videos on each of these boots: Millet Everest GTX Mountaineering Boots: https://youtu.be/-Vv_uDAkFFs La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX: https://youtu.be/GnPuFCJp51A La Sportiva Baruntse: Coming soon… Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:08 6092
Chimney Rock Nebraska – Critical Landmark in the Western US https://www.ncexped.com/chimney-rock-nebraska-critical-landmark-in-the-western-us/ Mon, 09 Dec 2019 23:38:23 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6089 https://www.ncexped.com/chimney-rock-nebraska-critical-landmark-in-the-western-us/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/chimney-rock-nebraska-critical-landmark-in-the-western-us/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron takes you to a critical landmark for adventurers and travelers over 100 years ago. Chimney Rock National Historic Site is definitely worth a visit. This simple stone pillar in the middle of a pasture was the marker people found when they traveled across the vast plains of young America. This was THE marker that people on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails looked for. Aaron shares the spirit and strength these early explorers had for traveling away from the east.  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/chimney-rock-nebraska-critical-landmark-in-the-western-us/">Chimney Rock Nebraska – Critical Landmark in the Western US</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron takes you to a critical landmark for adventurers and travelers over 100 years ago. Chimney Rock National Historic Site is definitely worth a visit. This simple stone pillar in the middle of a pasture was the marker people found when they traveled across the vast plains of young America. This was THE marker that people on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails looked for.

Aaron shares the spirit and strength these early explorers had for traveling away from the east.

 

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Aaron takes you to a critical landmark for adventurers and travelers over 100 years ago. Chimney Rock National Historic Site is definitely worth a visit. This simple stone pillar in the middle of a pasture was the marker people found when they traveled... Aaron takes you to a critical landmark for adventurers and travelers over 100 years ago. Chimney Rock National Historic Site is definitely worth a visit. This simple stone pillar in the middle of a pasture was the marker people found when they traveled across the vast plains of young America. This was THE marker that people on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails looked for. Aaron shares the spirit and strength these early explorers had for traveling away from the east.   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:45 6089
Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate Marker – Adventure to a Geographic Connection https://www.ncexped.com/wyoming-colorado-nebraska-tristate-marker-adventure-to-a-geographic-connection/ Fri, 06 Dec 2019 23:07:22 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6084 https://www.ncexped.com/wyoming-colorado-nebraska-tristate-marker-adventure-to-a-geographic-connection/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/wyoming-colorado-nebraska-tristate-marker-adventure-to-a-geographic-connection/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron takes you into a farm field to find the Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate marker. There are actually quite a few of these around the country. They are often in remote areas that aren’t heavily traveled. This is a different and interesting quest compared to standing on the high point of every state. Due to geography, there are 62 tristate points. However, you can only stand at 38 of them. The rest are in rivers or bodies of water. Highpointers: https://highpointers.org/ Tristate Markers: https://highpointers.org/us-tripoint-guide/</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/wyoming-colorado-nebraska-tristate-marker-adventure-to-a-geographic-connection/">Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate Marker – Adventure to a Geographic Connection</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron takes you into a farm field to find the Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate marker. There are actually quite a few of these around the country. They are often in remote areas that aren’t heavily traveled. This is a different and interesting quest compared to standing on the high point of every state. Due to geography, there are 62 tristate points. However, you can only stand at 38 of them. The rest are in rivers or bodies of water.

Highpointers: https://highpointers.org/

Tristate Markers: https://highpointers.org/us-tripoint-guide/

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Aaron takes you into a farm field to find the Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate marker. There are actually quite a few of these around the country. They are often in remote areas that aren’t heavily traveled. Aaron takes you into a farm field to find the Wyoming Colorado Nebraska Tristate marker. There are actually quite a few of these around the country. They are often in remote areas that aren’t heavily traveled. This is a different and interesting quest compared to standing on the high point of every state. Due to geography, there are 62 tristate points. However, you can only stand at 38 of them. The rest are in rivers or bodies of water. Highpointers: https://highpointers.org/ Tristate Markers: https://highpointers.org/us-tripoint-guide/ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:51 6084
Forty Below Camp Booties – Best Glacier Camp Boots Ever https://www.ncexped.com/forty-below-camp-booties-best-glacier-camp-boots-ever/ Thu, 05 Dec 2019 23:14:58 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6081 https://www.ncexped.com/forty-below-camp-booties-best-glacier-camp-boots-ever/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/forty-below-camp-booties-best-glacier-camp-boots-ever/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron has used the Forty Below Camp Booties on Denali for over a month over the last few years. He talks about the feel, fit, and finish of the Camp Booties. He has stood in these booties at -30ºF and been perfectly comfortable at 14,000 feet (4,267 m) on Denali. He shows how they fit inside of your double mountaineering boots. Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/ Get other items in this video from Amazon: Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/forty-below-camp-booties-best-glacier-camp-boots-ever/">Forty Below Camp Booties – Best Glacier Camp Boots Ever</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron has used the Forty Below Camp Booties on Denali for over a month over the last few years. He talks about the feel, fit, and finish of the Camp Booties. He has stood in these booties at -30ºF and been perfectly comfortable at 14,000 feet (4,267 m) on Denali. He shows how they fit inside of your double mountaineering boots.

Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/

Get other items in this video from Amazon:
Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE
La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC

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Aaron has used the Forty Below Camp Booties on Denali for over a month over the last few years. He talks about the feel, fit, and finish of the Camp Booties. He has stood in these booties at -30ºF and been perfectly comfortable at 14,000 feet (4, Aaron has used the Forty Below Camp Booties on Denali for over a month over the last few years. He talks about the feel, fit, and finish of the Camp Booties. He has stood in these booties at -30ºF and been perfectly comfortable at 14,000 feet (4,267 m) on Denali. He shows how they fit inside of your double mountaineering boots. Get Forty Below booties here: https://40below.com/product-category/camp-booties/ Get other items in this video from Amazon: Western Mountaineering down bootie: https://amzn.to/2sg1HRE La Sportiva Baruntse: https://amzn.to/2QXbarC Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:25 6081
How to Choose the Right Tent for Backpacking Expeditions Camping In-Depth https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-the-right-tent-for-backpacking-expeditions-camping-in-depth/ Tue, 19 Nov 2019 22:58:37 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6022 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-the-right-tent-for-backpacking-expeditions-camping-in-depth/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-the-right-tent-for-backpacking-expeditions-camping-in-depth/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you three different tents to show you what he’s used in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, car camping, and Yellowstone. He compares and contrasts the different styles of tents, shows how long it takes to put them up, and what each tent’s strengths and weaknesses are. He talks about multiple factors: Number of people, Capacity winter vs summer, Double vs single wall, Weight, Wind resistance, Tear resistance, Snow skirt, Ease of setup, Ventilation, Vestibule for gear, Internal height, Number of doors, Pockets, Gear hanging, Guy lines, Footprint – (biggest scam ever), is seam sealer required He also illustrates a few different tent styles: Tunnel, Dome, Hybrid and Other, Bivy Get the items in this video from Amazon: Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y Western Mountaineering Antelope MF bag: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ Watch his other tent videos: Setting up a tarp tent: https://youtu.be/6N9_KZhbcd4 Coleman Sundome review: https://youtu.be/DZOrCTQmieQ</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-the-right-tent-for-backpacking-expeditions-camping-in-depth/">How to Choose the Right Tent for Backpacking Expeditions Camping In-Depth</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you three different tents to show you what he’s used in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, car camping, and Yellowstone. He compares and contrasts the different styles of tents, shows how long it takes to put them up, and what each tent’s strengths and weaknesses are. He talks about multiple factors:

Number of people, Capacity winter vs summer, Double vs single wall, Weight, Wind resistance, Tear resistance, Snow skirt, Ease of setup, Ventilation, Vestibule for gear, Internal height, Number of doors, Pockets, Gear hanging, Guy lines, Footprint – (biggest scam ever), is seam sealer required

He also illustrates a few different tent styles: Tunnel, Dome, Hybrid and Other, Bivy

Get the items in this video from Amazon:
Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y
Western Mountaineering Antelope MF bag: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf
Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ

Watch his other tent videos:
Setting up a tarp tent: https://youtu.be/6N9_KZhbcd4
Coleman Sundome review: https://youtu.be/DZOrCTQmieQ

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Aaron shows you three different tents to show you what he’s used in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, car camping, and Yellowstone. He compares and contrasts the different styles of tents, shows how long it takes to put them up, Aaron shows you three different tents to show you what he’s used in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, car camping, and Yellowstone. He compares and contrasts the different styles of tents, shows how long it takes to put them up, and what each tent’s strengths and weaknesses are. He talks about multiple factors: Number of people, Capacity winter vs summer, Double vs single wall, Weight, Wind resistance, Tear resistance, Snow skirt, Ease of setup, Ventilation, Vestibule for gear, Internal height, Number of doors, Pockets, Gear hanging, Guy lines, Footprint – (biggest scam ever), is seam sealer required He also illustrates a few different tent styles: Tunnel, Dome, Hybrid and Other, Bivy Get the items in this video from Amazon: Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y Western Mountaineering Antelope MF bag: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ Watch his other tent videos: Setting up a tarp tent: https://youtu.be/6N9_KZhbcd4 Coleman Sundome review: https://youtu.be/DZOrCTQmieQ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 40:43 6022
Ultimate Expedition Mittens For Cold Weather – Outdoor Research Alti Mitts https://www.ncexped.com/alti-mitts/ Fri, 15 Nov 2019 22:13:15 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6017 https://www.ncexped.com/alti-mitts/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/alti-mitts/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron talks about the ultimate cold-weather mittens. They’re great for Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, Denali, Everest, Canada, Russia, or wherever you find yourself in cold locations. They’re great for camping, climbing, hiking, adventuring, trekking, mountaineering, skiing, or just about anything else where you need to keep your hands warm and avoid frostbite. Get items from this video at Amazon: Outdoor Research Men’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/34sLuGG Outdoor Research Women’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/2NggtQr Outdoor Research Men’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/31KG09V Outdoor Research Women’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/2RlULuZ Outdoor Research Men’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2WRKF62 Outdoor Research Women’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2IWAiJ5</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/alti-mitts/">Ultimate Expedition Mittens For Cold Weather – Outdoor Research Alti Mitts</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron talks about the ultimate cold-weather mittens. They’re great for Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, Denali, Everest, Canada, Russia, or wherever you find yourself in cold locations. They’re great for camping, climbing, hiking, adventuring, trekking, mountaineering, skiing, or just about anything else where you need to keep your hands warm and avoid frostbite.

Get items from this video at Amazon:
Outdoor Research Men’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/34sLuGG
Outdoor Research Women’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/2NggtQr
Outdoor Research Men’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/31KG09V
Outdoor Research Women’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/2RlULuZ
Outdoor Research Men’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2WRKF62
Outdoor Research Women’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2IWAiJ5

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Aaron talks about the ultimate cold-weather mittens. They’re great for Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, Denali, Everest, Canada, Russia, or wherever you find yourself in cold locations. They’re great for camping, climbing, hiking, adventuring, Aaron talks about the ultimate cold-weather mittens. They’re great for Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, Denali, Everest, Canada, Russia, or wherever you find yourself in cold locations. They’re great for camping, climbing, hiking, adventuring, trekking, mountaineering, skiing, or just about anything else where you need to keep your hands warm and avoid frostbite. Get items from this video at Amazon: Outdoor Research Men’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/34sLuGG Outdoor Research Women’s Alti Mitts: https://amzn.to/2NggtQr Outdoor Research Men’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/31KG09V Outdoor Research Women’s Revolution gloves: https://amzn.to/2RlULuZ Outdoor Research Men’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2WRKF62 Outdoor Research Women’s PL gloves: https://amzn.to/2IWAiJ5 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:58 6017
Best Backpacking Air Mattress – Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Review https://www.ncexped.com/best-backpacking-air-mattress-therm-a-rest-neoair-xlite-review/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 22:06:30 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6012 https://www.ncexped.com/best-backpacking-air-mattress-therm-a-rest-neoair-xlite-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-backpacking-air-mattress-therm-a-rest-neoair-xlite-review/feed/ 0 <p>Sleeping on an air mattress is more comfortable than a thin foam pad while backpacking and camping. Which air mattress do you choose? Aaron talks about his experience with the Neoair air mat. He shows how to maintain, inflate, and fix the mattress. He also shows his fast-inflation technique. He can inflate his air mat in one minute. You will be able too after watching this video. Get items in this video at Amazon: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-backpacking-air-mattress-therm-a-rest-neoair-xlite-review/">Best Backpacking Air Mattress – Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Sleeping on an air mattress is more comfortable than a thin foam pad while backpacking and camping. Which air mattress do you choose? Aaron talks about his experience with the Neoair air mat. He shows how to maintain, inflate, and fix the mattress. He also shows his fast-inflation technique. He can inflate his air mat in one minute. You will be able too after watching this video.

Get items in this video at Amazon:
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y
Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H
Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW

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Sleeping on an air mattress is more comfortable than a thin foam pad while backpacking and camping. Which air mattress do you choose? Aaron talks about his experience with the Neoair air mat. He shows how to maintain, inflate, and fix the mattress. Sleeping on an air mattress is more comfortable than a thin foam pad while backpacking and camping. Which air mattress do you choose? Aaron talks about his experience with the Neoair air mat. He shows how to maintain, inflate, and fix the mattress. He also shows his fast-inflation technique. He can inflate his air mat in one minute. You will be able too after watching this video. Get items in this video at Amazon: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 16:54 6012
How to Dry Damp Clothes While Backpacking or Climbing for Camping https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-dry-damp-clothes-while-backpacking-or-climbing-for-camping/ Wed, 13 Nov 2019 22:03:26 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6008 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-dry-damp-clothes-while-backpacking-or-climbing-for-camping/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-dry-damp-clothes-while-backpacking-or-climbing-for-camping/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to dry damp clothes while camping in cold conditions. He shows you the best way to dry clothes when you’re on the move. If you don’t have sunny days and hours to dry your clothes, you’re in trouble. If your clothes are sweaty and damp in the evening, with non way to dry them, use Aaron’s technique and you’ll have dry clothes in the morning. Dry clothes quickly without a dryer. Get items in this video at Amazon: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-dry-damp-clothes-while-backpacking-or-climbing-for-camping/">How to Dry Damp Clothes While Backpacking or Climbing for Camping</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to dry damp clothes while camping in cold conditions. He shows you the best way to dry clothes when you’re on the move. If you don’t have sunny days and hours to dry your clothes, you’re in trouble. If your clothes are sweaty and damp in the evening, with non way to dry them, use Aaron’s technique and you’ll have dry clothes in the morning.
Dry clothes quickly without a dryer.

Get items in this video at Amazon:
Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y
Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H
Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW

 

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Aaron shows you how to dry damp clothes while camping in cold conditions. He shows you the best way to dry clothes when you’re on the move. If you don’t have sunny days and hours to dry your clothes, you’re in trouble. Aaron shows you how to dry damp clothes while camping in cold conditions. He shows you the best way to dry clothes when you’re on the move. If you don’t have sunny days and hours to dry your clothes, you’re in trouble. If your clothes are sweaty and damp in the evening, with non way to dry them, use Aaron’s technique and you’ll have dry clothes in the morning. Dry clothes quickly without a dryer. Get items in this video at Amazon: Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xlite Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress: https://amzn.to/33iii4Y Western Mountaineering MegaLite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Therm-a-Rest Z Lite: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:20 6008
How to Wash and Travel With ONLY 2 Pair of Underwear For a Month https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-wash-and-travel-with-only-2-pair-of-underwear-for-a-month/ Tue, 12 Nov 2019 22:51:06 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6007 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-wash-and-travel-with-only-2-pair-of-underwear-for-a-month/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-wash-and-travel-with-only-2-pair-of-underwear-for-a-month/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron has traveled all over the world on 6 continents (missing Australia!) and uses only a small pack. He typically only travels with 2 pairs of underwear. How is this possible? Isn’t that gross? Nope…he has freshly washed undergarments every day. Aaron shows his washing, maintenance, and drying techniques in this video. Get items in this video at Amazon: Icebreaker Men’s Boxers: https://amzn.to/2qtpQmM Icebreaker Women’s Underwear: https://amzn.to/2NjdKWl ExOfficio Men’s Give-N-Go Boxer: https://amzn.to/2oR7qMD ExOfficio Womens Underwear | Panties for Women | Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief: https://amzn.to/36Cettz  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-wash-and-travel-with-only-2-pair-of-underwear-for-a-month/">How to Wash and Travel With ONLY 2 Pair of Underwear For a Month</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron has traveled all over the world on 6 continents (missing Australia!) and uses only a small pack. He typically only travels with 2 pairs of underwear. How is this possible? Isn’t that gross? Nope…he has freshly washed undergarments every day.
Aaron shows his washing, maintenance, and drying techniques in this video.

Get items in this video at Amazon:
Icebreaker Men’s Boxers: https://amzn.to/2qtpQmM
Icebreaker Women’s Underwear: https://amzn.to/2NjdKWl
ExOfficio Men’s Give-N-Go Boxer: https://amzn.to/2oR7qMD
ExOfficio Womens Underwear | Panties for Women | Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief: https://amzn.to/36Cettz

 

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Aaron has traveled all over the world on 6 continents (missing Australia!) and uses only a small pack. He typically only travels with 2 pairs of underwear. How is this possible? Isn’t that gross? Nope…he has freshly washed undergarments every day. Aaron has traveled all over the world on 6 continents (missing Australia!) and uses only a small pack. He typically only travels with 2 pairs of underwear. How is this possible? Isn’t that gross? Nope…he has freshly washed undergarments every day. Aaron shows his washing, maintenance, and drying techniques in this video. Get items in this video at Amazon: Icebreaker Men’s Boxers: https://amzn.to/2qtpQmM Icebreaker Women’s Underwear: https://amzn.to/2NjdKWl ExOfficio Men’s Give-N-Go Boxer: https://amzn.to/2oR7qMD ExOfficio Womens Underwear | Panties for Women | Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief: https://amzn.to/36Cettz   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:31 6007
How to Carry an Ice Axe and Use It Properly – Learn at Home First https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-carry-an-ice-axe-and-use-it-properly-learn-at-home-first/ Fri, 08 Nov 2019 22:40:19 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=6000 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-carry-an-ice-axe-and-use-it-properly-learn-at-home-first/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-carry-an-ice-axe-and-use-it-properly-learn-at-home-first/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron demonstrates the proper carry and use of an ice axe is the comfort of his back yard. This is the best place to start learning before you go out on the snow. Aaron shows a glacier and hybrid climbing ice axe, protection devices, and tricks about ice axe handling. Get these items on Amazon: Black Diamond Venom Ice Axe: https://amzn.to/2OhJRVm Black Diamond Raven ProIce Axe: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Watch my ice axe reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-carry-an-ice-axe-and-use-it-properly-learn-at-home-first/">How to Carry an Ice Axe and Use It Properly – Learn at Home First</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron demonstrates the proper carry and use of an ice axe is the comfort of his back yard. This is the best place to start learning before you go out on the snow. Aaron shows a glacier and hybrid climbing ice axe, protection devices, and tricks about ice axe handling.

Get these items on Amazon:
Black Diamond Venom Ice Axe: https://amzn.to/2OhJRVm
Black Diamond Raven ProIce Axe: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z

Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L
Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE
Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF

Watch my ice axe reviews:
Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw
Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A

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Aaron demonstrates the proper carry and use of an ice axe is the comfort of his back yard. This is the best place to start learning before you go out on the snow. Aaron shows a glacier and hybrid climbing ice axe, protection devices, Aaron demonstrates the proper carry and use of an ice axe is the comfort of his back yard. This is the best place to start learning before you go out on the snow. Aaron shows a glacier and hybrid climbing ice axe, protection devices, and tricks about ice axe handling. Get these items on Amazon: Black Diamond Venom Ice Axe: https://amzn.to/2OhJRVm Black Diamond Raven ProIce Axe: https://amzn.to/2Yef00z Black Diamond Ice Axe protector: https://amzn.to/36zot6L Black Diamond Spike protector: https://amzn.to/2PNHVXE Black Diamond ice axe leash: https://amzn.to/2rfMboF Watch my ice axe reviews: Black Diamond Raven Pro: https://youtu.be/4A4Ho2hGLvw Black Diamond Venom: https://youtu.be/gggoFQLdy-A Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 23:44 6000
How to Pitch a Tarp Tent With Trekking Poles https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pitch-a-tarp-tent-with-trekking-poles/ Thu, 07 Nov 2019 22:37:24 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5997 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pitch-a-tarp-tent-with-trekking-poles/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pitch-a-tarp-tent-with-trekking-poles/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to sets up his tarp tent. He’s used this little tarp in snowstorms, rain storms, hail storms, lightning, in the Sierras, Rocky Mountains, the desert, and most anywhere else you can backpack. He shares his techniques for limiting weight and making the structure resist rain. He also shows how you DO NOT NEED guy line tensioners. Get items featured in this video on Amazon: Trail Life by Ray Jardine: https://amzn.to/2CeirKQ Beyond Backpacking – Backpacking Light: https://amzn.to/33gXUBt Tarp tents: https://amzn.to/33rsDvL Tent stakes: https://amzn.to/2pG337r Tent guyline: https://amzn.to/32fvTsB Leki trekking poles: https://amzn.to/2WJXWiG</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pitch-a-tarp-tent-with-trekking-poles/">How to Pitch a Tarp Tent With Trekking Poles</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to sets up his tarp tent. He’s used this little tarp in snowstorms, rain storms, hail storms, lightning, in the Sierras, Rocky Mountains, the desert, and most anywhere else you can backpack. He shares his techniques for limiting weight and making the structure resist rain. He also shows how you DO NOT NEED guy line tensioners.

Get items featured in this video on Amazon:

Trail Life by Ray Jardine: https://amzn.to/2CeirKQ
Beyond Backpacking – Backpacking Light: https://amzn.to/33gXUBt
Tarp tents: https://amzn.to/33rsDvL
Tent stakes: https://amzn.to/2pG337r
Tent guyline: https://amzn.to/32fvTsB
Leki trekking poles: https://amzn.to/2WJXWiG

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Aaron shows you how to sets up his tarp tent. He’s used this little tarp in snowstorms, rain storms, hail storms, lightning, in the Sierras, Rocky Mountains, the desert, and most anywhere else you can backpack. Aaron shows you how to sets up his tarp tent. He’s used this little tarp in snowstorms, rain storms, hail storms, lightning, in the Sierras, Rocky Mountains, the desert, and most anywhere else you can backpack. He shares his techniques for limiting weight and making the structure resist rain. He also shows how you DO NOT NEED guy line tensioners. Get items featured in this video on Amazon: Trail Life by Ray Jardine: https://amzn.to/2CeirKQ Beyond Backpacking – Backpacking Light: https://amzn.to/33gXUBt Tarp tents: https://amzn.to/33rsDvL Tent stakes: https://amzn.to/2pG337r Tent guyline: https://amzn.to/32fvTsB Leki trekking poles: https://amzn.to/2WJXWiG Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 19:45 5997
How to Position and Adjust a Backpack Hip Belt for Maximum Comfort – Other Pack Myths Busted https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-position-and-adjust-a-backpack-hip-belt-for-maximum-comfort-other-pack-myths-busted/ Wed, 06 Nov 2019 22:33:53 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5993 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-position-and-adjust-a-backpack-hip-belt-for-maximum-comfort-other-pack-myths-busted/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-position-and-adjust-a-backpack-hip-belt-for-maximum-comfort-other-pack-myths-busted/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows one of the most important features of comfort on a backpack – the hip or waist belt. If this doesn’t fit you properly, you’ll be miserable. Getting the right setup is everything for backpacking. Aaron talks about what matters and what doesn’t. He also dispels the myths about other fit items like shoulder and sternum straps. Get these backpacks on Amazon: Arcteryx Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2PJS2wm Gregory Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2pFZZYZ</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-position-and-adjust-a-backpack-hip-belt-for-maximum-comfort-other-pack-myths-busted/">How to Position and Adjust a Backpack Hip Belt for Maximum Comfort – Other Pack Myths Busted</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows one of the most important features of comfort on a backpack – the hip or waist belt. If this doesn’t fit you properly, you’ll be miserable. Getting the right setup is everything for backpacking. Aaron talks about what matters and what doesn’t. He also dispels the myths about other fit items like shoulder and sternum straps.

Get these backpacks on Amazon:
Arcteryx Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2PJS2wm
Gregory Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2pFZZYZ

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Aaron shows one of the most important features of comfort on a backpack – the hip or waist belt. If this doesn’t fit you properly, you’ll be miserable. Getting the right setup is everything for backpacking. Aaron shows one of the most important features of comfort on a backpack – the hip or waist belt. If this doesn’t fit you properly, you’ll be miserable. Getting the right setup is everything for backpacking. Aaron talks about what matters and what doesn’t. He also dispels the myths about other fit items like shoulder and sternum straps. Get these backpacks on Amazon: Arcteryx Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2PJS2wm Gregory Backpacks: https://amzn.to/2pFZZYZ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 14:25 5993
Teton Photography Club Gallery Opening Nov 1, 2019 https://www.ncexped.com/teton-photography-club-gallery-opening-nov-1-2019/ Tue, 05 Nov 2019 22:31:58 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5991 https://www.ncexped.com/teton-photography-club-gallery-opening-nov-1-2019/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/teton-photography-club-gallery-opening-nov-1-2019/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron takes you to Jackson Hole for the opening of the Teton Photography Club photo gallery at the Teton County Library. Aaron features the images and several photographers of the club. The club is the largest and oldest photo club in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Visit the Teton Photography Club: https://www.tetonphotographyclub.org Get the camera equipment mentioned in this video: Sigma 150-600mm lens for Canon: https://amzn.to/2PN6tQh Sigma 150-600mm lens for Nikon: https://amzn.to/2pFpN7q Canon 5D IV: https://amzn.to/36B4ep8 Find animals in Grand Teton National Park with 50 Wildlife Hotspots: https://amzn.to/34nmLUe</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/teton-photography-club-gallery-opening-nov-1-2019/">Teton Photography Club Gallery Opening Nov 1, 2019</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron takes you to Jackson Hole for the opening of the Teton Photography Club photo gallery at the Teton County Library. Aaron features the images and several photographers of the club. The club is the largest and oldest photo club in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Visit the Teton Photography Club: https://www.tetonphotographyclub.org

Get the camera equipment mentioned in this video:
Sigma 150-600mm lens for Canon: https://amzn.to/2PN6tQh
Sigma 150-600mm lens for Nikon: https://amzn.to/2pFpN7q
Canon 5D IV: https://amzn.to/36B4ep8

Find animals in Grand Teton National Park with 50 Wildlife Hotspots: https://amzn.to/34nmLUe

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Aaron takes you to Jackson Hole for the opening of the Teton Photography Club photo gallery at the Teton County Library. Aaron features the images and several photographers of the club. The club is the largest and oldest photo club in Jackson Hole, Aaron takes you to Jackson Hole for the opening of the Teton Photography Club photo gallery at the Teton County Library. Aaron features the images and several photographers of the club. The club is the largest and oldest photo club in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Visit the Teton Photography Club: https://www.tetonphotographyclub.org Get the camera equipment mentioned in this video: Sigma 150-600mm lens for Canon: https://amzn.to/2PN6tQh Sigma 150-600mm lens for Nikon: https://amzn.to/2pFpN7q Canon 5D IV: https://amzn.to/36B4ep8 Find animals in Grand Teton National Park with 50 Wildlife Hotspots: https://amzn.to/34nmLUe Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 21:19 5991
Comparing Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs Zoom H5 Canon camcorder iPhone Xs plus lavaliere https://www.ncexped.com/comparing-sony-icd-ux560-audio-performance-vs-zoom-h5-canon-camcorder-iphone-xs-plus-lavaliere/ Tue, 05 Nov 2019 01:46:36 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5987 https://www.ncexped.com/comparing-sony-icd-ux560-audio-performance-vs-zoom-h5-canon-camcorder-iphone-xs-plus-lavaliere/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/comparing-sony-icd-ux560-audio-performance-vs-zoom-h5-canon-camcorder-iphone-xs-plus-lavaliere/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron compares the Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs a Canon G20, Zoom H5, iPhone, and using a lavaliere in a bunch of combinations. The Sony ICD-UX560 mini-recorder is quite resistant to audible plosives from breath and wind. It’s not completely invincible to outdoor breeze but it does well. The Zoom H5 picks up every plosive. It’s more sensitive but it’s a different class of recorder. Aaron tests in a regular office/room (without sound treatment) and also above a beach bluff for a real-world test. At the beach, he tests regular, focused, and wide mic modes. There was a weird subtle digital garble at 13:37:10. I’ve never heard it before. We’ll pass it as a one-off. Watch his original Sony ICD-UX560 review here: https://youtu.be/Ho4649YHH2s 0:25 Start with Canon G20+lavaliere + FCPX compression 2:02 Canon G20+lavaliere (No audio compression for duration of testing) 2:51 Sony LPCM 44.1kHz/16-bit 4:26 Canon G20 + lavaliere 4:49 Sony MP3 + voice: low 5:40 Canon G20 + lavaliere 6:08 Sony MP3 + voice: auto 6:46 Canon G20 + lavaliere 7:01 Sony MP3 + voice: medium 7:43 Canon G20 + lavaliere 8:05 Sony MP3 + voice: high 8:51 Canon G20 + lavaliere 9:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic 10:36 Sony MP3 + lavaliere 11:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic 11:45 Canon G20 + lavaliere 12:13 Sony MP3 + music: low 12:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere 13:16 Sony MP3 + music: medium 13:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere 14:06 Sony MP3 + music: high 14:42 Canon G20 + lavaliere 16:28 Zoom H5 standard mic capsule 17:13 Canon G20 + lavaliere 17:24 Canon G20 on-camera mic 17:45 Zoom H5 + lavaliere 18:35 Canon G20 + lavaliere 19:08 Canon G20 on-camera mic 19:50 iPhone Xs 20:16 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode 20:42 iPhone Xs 21:08 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic focused mode 21:40 iPhone Xs 21:55 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic wide mode 22:35 iPhone Xs 22:52 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode 23:07 iPhone Xs 23:15 Canon G20 + lavaliere, FCPX compression turned on again Sony ICDUX560BLK recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2Ij1sNp Case for the recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2TTHxGh Polson OLM-10 microphone at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2EfkBLW Auray Fuzzy Windbuster for Lavalier Microphones at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2T0QX5i Zoom H5 on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/34pwDg6</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/comparing-sony-icd-ux560-audio-performance-vs-zoom-h5-canon-camcorder-iphone-xs-plus-lavaliere/">Comparing Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs Zoom H5 Canon camcorder iPhone Xs plus lavaliere</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron compares the Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs a Canon G20, Zoom H5, iPhone, and using a lavaliere in a bunch of combinations. The Sony ICD-UX560 mini-recorder is quite resistant to audible plosives from breath and wind. It’s not completely invincible to outdoor breeze but it does well. The Zoom H5 picks up every plosive. It’s more sensitive but it’s a different class of recorder.

Aaron tests in a regular office/room (without sound treatment) and also above a beach bluff for a real-world test.
At the beach, he tests regular, focused, and wide mic modes.

There was a weird subtle digital garble at 13:37:10. I’ve never heard it before. We’ll pass it as a one-off.

Watch his original Sony ICD-UX560 review here: https://youtu.be/Ho4649YHH2s

0:25 Start with Canon G20+lavaliere + FCPX compression
2:02 Canon G20+lavaliere (No audio compression for duration of testing)
2:51 Sony LPCM 44.1kHz/16-bit
4:26 Canon G20 + lavaliere
4:49 Sony MP3 + voice: low
5:40 Canon G20 + lavaliere
6:08 Sony MP3 + voice: auto
6:46 Canon G20 + lavaliere
7:01 Sony MP3 + voice: medium
7:43 Canon G20 + lavaliere
8:05 Sony MP3 + voice: high
8:51 Canon G20 + lavaliere
9:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic
10:36 Sony MP3 + lavaliere
11:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic
11:45 Canon G20 + lavaliere
12:13 Sony MP3 + music: low
12:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere
13:16 Sony MP3 + music: medium
13:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere
14:06 Sony MP3 + music: high
14:42 Canon G20 + lavaliere
16:28 Zoom H5 standard mic capsule
17:13 Canon G20 + lavaliere
17:24 Canon G20 on-camera mic
17:45 Zoom H5 + lavaliere
18:35 Canon G20 + lavaliere
19:08 Canon G20 on-camera mic
19:50 iPhone Xs
20:16 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode
20:42 iPhone Xs
21:08 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic focused mode
21:40 iPhone Xs
21:55 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic wide mode
22:35 iPhone Xs
22:52 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode
23:07 iPhone Xs
23:15 Canon G20 + lavaliere, FCPX compression turned on again

Sony ICDUX560BLK recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2Ij1sNp
Case for the recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2TTHxGh
Polson OLM-10 microphone at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2EfkBLW
Auray Fuzzy Windbuster for Lavalier Microphones at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2T0QX5i

Zoom H5 on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/34pwDg6

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Aaron compares the Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs a Canon G20, Zoom H5, iPhone, and using a lavaliere in a bunch of combinations. The Sony ICD-UX560 mini-recorder is quite resistant to audible plosives from breath and wind. Aaron compares the Sony ICD-UX560 audio performance vs a Canon G20, Zoom H5, iPhone, and using a lavaliere in a bunch of combinations. The Sony ICD-UX560 mini-recorder is quite resistant to audible plosives from breath and wind. It’s not completely invincible to outdoor breeze but it does well. The Zoom H5 picks up every plosive. It’s more sensitive but it’s a different class of recorder. Aaron tests in a regular office/room (without sound treatment) and also above a beach bluff for a real-world test. At the beach, he tests regular, focused, and wide mic modes. There was a weird subtle digital garble at 13:37:10. I’ve never heard it before. We’ll pass it as a one-off. Watch his original Sony ICD-UX560 review here: https://youtu.be/Ho4649YHH2s 0:25 Start with Canon G20+lavaliere + FCPX compression 2:02 Canon G20+lavaliere (No audio compression for duration of testing) 2:51 Sony LPCM 44.1kHz/16-bit 4:26 Canon G20 + lavaliere 4:49 Sony MP3 + voice: low 5:40 Canon G20 + lavaliere 6:08 Sony MP3 + voice: auto 6:46 Canon G20 + lavaliere 7:01 Sony MP3 + voice: medium 7:43 Canon G20 + lavaliere 8:05 Sony MP3 + voice: high 8:51 Canon G20 + lavaliere 9:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic 10:36 Sony MP3 + lavaliere 11:35 Canon G20 on-camera mic 11:45 Canon G20 + lavaliere 12:13 Sony MP3 + music: low 12:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere 13:16 Sony MP3 + music: medium 13:50 Canon G20 + lavaliere 14:06 Sony MP3 + music: high 14:42 Canon G20 + lavaliere 16:28 Zoom H5 standard mic capsule 17:13 Canon G20 + lavaliere 17:24 Canon G20 on-camera mic 17:45 Zoom H5 + lavaliere 18:35 Canon G20 + lavaliere 19:08 Canon G20 on-camera mic 19:50 iPhone Xs 20:16 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode 20:42 iPhone Xs 21:08 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic focused mode 21:40 iPhone Xs 21:55 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic wide mode 22:35 iPhone Xs 22:52 Sony MP3 + voice: low, mic normal mode 23:07 iPhone Xs 23:15 Canon G20 + lavaliere, FCPX compression turned on again Sony ICDUX560BLK recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2Ij1sNp Case for the recorder on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2TTHxGh Polson OLM-10 microphone at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2EfkBLW Auray Fuzzy Windbuster for Lavalier Microphones at Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2T0QX5i Zoom H5 on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/34pwDg6 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 24:53 5987
Meshforce WiFi Mesh Review – Best Budget WiFi Mesh Router Kit? https://www.ncexped.com/meshforce-wifi-mesh-review-best-budget-wifi-mesh-router-kit/ Fri, 01 Nov 2019 22:14:44 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5976 https://www.ncexped.com/meshforce-wifi-mesh-review-best-budget-wifi-mesh-router-kit/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/meshforce-wifi-mesh-review-best-budget-wifi-mesh-router-kit/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron uses the Meshforce Whole Home Mesh WiFi in his home. He talks about how to set it up and why he likes it as an option versus so many other wireless mesh routers. He talks about it compared to his single-point Linksys RE9000 Wifi router. Get the Meshforce Mesh WiFi here: https://amzn.to/2BLNn4Q Get the Linksys RE9000 here: https://amzn.to/2X4KpSt Check out my video on the Linksys RE9000: https://youtu.be/_xHgU69qQH4</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/meshforce-wifi-mesh-review-best-budget-wifi-mesh-router-kit/">Meshforce WiFi Mesh Review – Best Budget WiFi Mesh Router Kit?</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron uses the Meshforce Whole Home Mesh WiFi in his home. He talks about how to set it up and why he likes it as an option versus so many other wireless mesh routers. He talks about it compared to his single-point Linksys RE9000 Wifi router.

Get the Meshforce Mesh WiFi here: https://amzn.to/2BLNn4Q
Get the Linksys RE9000 here: https://amzn.to/2X4KpSt

Check out my video on the Linksys RE9000: https://youtu.be/_xHgU69qQH4

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Aaron uses the Meshforce Whole Home Mesh WiFi in his home. He talks about how to set it up and why he likes it as an option versus so many other wireless mesh routers. He talks about it compared to his single-point Linksys RE9000 Wifi router. Aaron uses the Meshforce Whole Home Mesh WiFi in his home. He talks about how to set it up and why he likes it as an option versus so many other wireless mesh routers. He talks about it compared to his single-point Linksys RE9000 Wifi router. Get the Meshforce Mesh WiFi here: https://amzn.to/2BLNn4Q Get the Linksys RE9000 here: https://amzn.to/2X4KpSt Check out my video on the Linksys RE9000: https://youtu.be/_xHgU69qQH4 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:13 5976
How to Learn Survival Skills to Stay Alive https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-learn-survival-skills-to-stay-alive/ Thu, 31 Oct 2019 22:09:11 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5974 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-learn-survival-skills-to-stay-alive/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-learn-survival-skills-to-stay-alive/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shares his process of how he learned the survival skills he’s employed on his expeditions. Survival is a messy business. It’s not attractive and the goal is simply to come home in one piece. Aaron talks about the mess of the experience and how you can start learning survival skills. Get these on Amazon (affiliate links) Adventure Expedition One: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG How to Stay Alive in the Woods: https://amzn.to/2NqLJvd Survival Hacks: https://amzn.to/2pQtPd0 Boy Scout Field Guide: https://amzn.to/367jJFd Boy Scout Handbook: https://amzn.to/2MMws8x Minus 148: https://amzn.to/2WgngMM  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-learn-survival-skills-to-stay-alive/">How to Learn Survival Skills to Stay Alive</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shares his process of how he learned the survival skills he’s employed on his expeditions. Survival is a messy business. It’s not attractive and the goal is simply to come home in one piece. Aaron talks about the mess of the experience and how you can start learning survival skills.

Get these on Amazon (affiliate links)
Adventure Expedition One: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG
How to Stay Alive in the Woods: https://amzn.to/2NqLJvd
Survival Hacks: https://amzn.to/2pQtPd0
Boy Scout Field Guide: https://amzn.to/367jJFd
Boy Scout Handbook: https://amzn.to/2MMws8x
Minus 148: https://amzn.to/2WgngMM

 

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Aaron shares his process of how he learned the survival skills he’s employed on his expeditions. Survival is a messy business. It’s not attractive and the goal is simply to come home in one piece. Aaron talks about the mess of the experience and how yo... Aaron shares his process of how he learned the survival skills he’s employed on his expeditions. Survival is a messy business. It’s not attractive and the goal is simply to come home in one piece. Aaron talks about the mess of the experience and how you can start learning survival skills. Get these on Amazon (affiliate links) Adventure Expedition One: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG How to Stay Alive in the Woods: https://amzn.to/2NqLJvd Survival Hacks: https://amzn.to/2pQtPd0 Boy Scout Field Guide: https://amzn.to/367jJFd Boy Scout Handbook: https://amzn.to/2MMws8x Minus 148: https://amzn.to/2WgngMM   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:04 5974
How to Join an Expedition – 4 Techniques https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-join-an-expedition-4-techniques/ Wed, 30 Oct 2019 22:08:49 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5971 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-join-an-expedition-4-techniques/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-join-an-expedition-4-techniques/feed/ 0 <p>Ever thought about being on an expedition. Want to find out great ways to join an expedition. Aaron shares four different techniques of how to start or join an expedition so you can have an adventure all your own. Get Adventure Expedition One on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Explorers Club: https://www.explorers.org/ AAC link: https://americanalpineclub.org/ NOLS WIFR: https://www.nols.edu/en/coursefinder/courses/wilderness-first-responder-WFR/</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-join-an-expedition-4-techniques/">How to Join an Expedition – 4 Techniques</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Ever thought about being on an expedition. Want to find out great ways to join an expedition. Aaron shares four different techniques of how to start or join an expedition so you can have an adventure all your own.

Get Adventure Expedition One on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG
Explorers Club: https://www.explorers.org/
AAC link: https://americanalpineclub.org/
NOLS WIFR: https://www.nols.edu/en/coursefinder/courses/wilderness-first-responder-WFR/

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Ever thought about being on an expedition. Want to find out great ways to join an expedition. Aaron shares four different techniques of how to start or join an expedition so you can have an adventure all your own. Ever thought about being on an expedition. Want to find out great ways to join an expedition. Aaron shares four different techniques of how to start or join an expedition so you can have an adventure all your own. Get Adventure Expedition One on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG Explorers Club: https://www.explorers.org/ AAC link: https://americanalpineclub.org/ NOLS WIFR: https://www.nols.edu/en/coursefinder/courses/wilderness-first-responder-WFR/ Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:55 5971
How to Pull Down Back Into a Sleeping Bag – Pro Technique https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pull-down-back-into-a-sleeping-bag-pro-technique/ Tue, 29 Oct 2019 22:09:04 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5973 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pull-down-back-into-a-sleeping-bag-pro-technique/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pull-down-back-into-a-sleeping-bag-pro-technique/feed/ 0 <p>  If you own a down sleeping bag, chances you’ve lost some down out of it. It’s frustrating because that down is expensive and you want ever feather inside for the maximum warmth. Aaron shows you the secret trick of how to pull the down back into your sleeping bag. Get the Antelope MF bag on Amazon at: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-pull-down-back-into-a-sleeping-bag-pro-technique/">How to Pull Down Back Into a Sleeping Bag – Pro Technique</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

If you own a down sleeping bag, chances you’ve lost some down out of it. It’s frustrating because that down is expensive and you want ever feather inside for the maximum warmth. Aaron shows you the secret trick of how to pull the down back into your sleeping bag.

Get the Antelope MF bag on Amazon at: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf

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  If you own a down sleeping bag, chances you’ve lost some down out of it. It’s frustrating because that down is expensive and you want ever feather inside for the maximum warmth. Aaron shows you the secret trick of how to pull the down back into your ...   If you own a down sleeping bag, chances you’ve lost some down out of it. It’s frustrating because that down is expensive and you want ever feather inside for the maximum warmth. Aaron shows you the secret trick of how to pull the down back into your sleeping bag. Get the Antelope MF bag on Amazon at: https://amzn.to/2GxLfQf Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:28 5973
Essential Snow Gear: Kahtoola Microspikes (An In Depth Gear Review) https://www.ncexped.com/essential-snow-gear-kahtoola-microspikes-an-in-depth-gear-review/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 22:25:02 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5964 https://www.ncexped.com/essential-snow-gear-kahtoola-microspikes-an-in-depth-gear-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/essential-snow-gear-kahtoola-microspikes-an-in-depth-gear-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the Kahtoola Microspikes in this video. He talks about fitting, usage, when to and how to use them, and what advantages they give you. Aaron has used the Microspikes shown in this video for years and you can see how well they’ve worn. Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25 Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/essential-snow-gear-kahtoola-microspikes-an-in-depth-gear-review/">Essential Snow Gear: Kahtoola Microspikes (An In Depth Gear Review)</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron reviews the Kahtoola Microspikes in this video. He talks about fitting, usage, when to and how to use them, and what advantages they give you. Aaron has used the Microspikes shown in this video for years and you can see how well they’ve worn.

Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25

Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8

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Aaron reviews the Kahtoola Microspikes in this video. He talks about fitting, usage, when to and how to use them, and what advantages they give you. Aaron has used the Microspikes shown in this video for years and you can see how well they’ve worn. Aaron reviews the Kahtoola Microspikes in this video. He talks about fitting, usage, when to and how to use them, and what advantages they give you. Aaron has used the Microspikes shown in this video for years and you can see how well they’ve worn. Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25 Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:36 5964
How to Choose Between Microspikes and Crampons https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-microspikes-and-crampons/ Mon, 28 Oct 2019 22:21:34 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5962 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-microspikes-and-crampons/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-microspikes-and-crampons/feed/ 0 <p>Choosing between Microspikes and crampons can be a difficult choice. There are many factors to consider. Aaron talks about the value of each, where they’re both best to use, and how you can more easily decide between the two. Crampons are for more hard-core mountaineering and Microspikes not as much, but you’ll be amazed to hear where he’s seen them used. Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25 Get Grivel G12 crampons on Amazon: https://amzn.to/32qzJjr (Affiliate links) Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-microspikes-and-crampons/">How to Choose Between Microspikes and Crampons</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Choosing between Microspikes and crampons can be a difficult choice. There are many factors to consider. Aaron talks about the value of each, where they’re both best to use, and how you can more easily decide between the two. Crampons are for more hard-core mountaineering and Microspikes not as much, but you’ll be amazed to hear where he’s seen them used.

Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25
Get Grivel G12 crampons on Amazon: https://amzn.to/32qzJjr
(Affiliate links)

Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8

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Choosing between Microspikes and crampons can be a difficult choice. There are many factors to consider. Aaron talks about the value of each, where they’re both best to use, and how you can more easily decide between the two. Choosing between Microspikes and crampons can be a difficult choice. There are many factors to consider. Aaron talks about the value of each, where they’re both best to use, and how you can more easily decide between the two. Crampons are for more hard-core mountaineering and Microspikes not as much, but you’ll be amazed to hear where he’s seen them used. Get Microspikes on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Myfr25 Get Grivel G12 crampons on Amazon: https://amzn.to/32qzJjr (Affiliate links) Watch Aaron’s crampon sharpening video: https://youtu.be/qvNvo7kdle8 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:38 5962
How to choose a sleeping bag – 12 considerations https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-a-sleeping-bag-12-considerations/ Thu, 24 Oct 2019 22:48:12 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5956 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-a-sleeping-bag-12-considerations/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-a-sleeping-bag-12-considerations/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron talks about the 12 different considerations he looks at when choosing a sleeping bag. There are many on the market and choosing between each can be difficult. Aaron breaks down the criteria for you and makes it easy to choose the right bag for your next adventure.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-a-sleeping-bag-12-considerations/">How to choose a sleeping bag – 12 considerations</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron talks about the 12 different considerations he looks at when choosing a sleeping bag. There are many on the market and choosing between each can be difficult. Aaron breaks down the criteria for you and makes it easy to choose the right bag for your next adventure.

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Aaron talks about the 12 different considerations he looks at when choosing a sleeping bag. There are many on the market and choosing between each can be difficult. Aaron breaks down the criteria for you and makes it easy to choose the right bag for yo... Aaron talks about the 12 different considerations he looks at when choosing a sleeping bag. There are many on the market and choosing between each can be difficult. Aaron breaks down the criteria for you and makes it easy to choose the right bag for your next adventure. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 16:30 5956
How to Choose Western Mountaineering Bags – 4 Sleeping Bag Roundup https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-western-mountaineering-bags-4-sleeping-bag-roundup/ Wed, 23 Oct 2019 22:36:16 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5952 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-western-mountaineering-bags-4-sleeping-bag-roundup/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-western-mountaineering-bags-4-sleeping-bag-roundup/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron compares the Western Mountaineering Megalite, Antelope, Puma, and Bison bags. He also talks about the down booties and vapor barrier liner VBL hotsack. He compares the different features, why you would want to choose one over the other, and what his experience has been using these bags around the world. 5:11 Extended warmth tricks 10:15 Baffle systems 13:19 Step comparison 14:37 Temperature regulation    </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-western-mountaineering-bags-4-sleeping-bag-roundup/">How to Choose Western Mountaineering Bags – 4 Sleeping Bag Roundup</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron compares the Western Mountaineering Megalite, Antelope, Puma, and Bison bags. He also talks about the down booties and vapor barrier liner VBL hotsack. He compares the different features, why you would want to choose one over the other, and what his experience has been using these bags around the world.

5:11 Extended warmth tricks
10:15 Baffle systems
13:19 Step comparison
14:37 Temperature regulation

 

 

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Aaron compares the Western Mountaineering Megalite, Antelope, Puma, and Bison bags. He also talks about the down booties and vapor barrier liner VBL hotsack. He compares the different features, why you would want to choose one over the other, Aaron compares the Western Mountaineering Megalite, Antelope, Puma, and Bison bags. He also talks about the down booties and vapor barrier liner VBL hotsack. He compares the different features, why you would want to choose one over the other, and what his experience has been using these bags around the world. 5:11 Extended warmth tricks 10:15 Baffle systems 13:19 Step comparison 14:37 Temperature regulation     Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 15:53 5952
How to increase sleeping bag warmth – 20 tips and tricks https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-increase-sleeping-bag-warmth-20-tips-and-tricks/ Tue, 22 Oct 2019 22:50:27 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5957 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-increase-sleeping-bag-warmth-20-tips-and-tricks/#comments https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-increase-sleeping-bag-warmth-20-tips-and-tricks/feed/ 1 <p>Aaron shares 20 tips plus a bonus and 2 DO NOT DO to increase the warmth of your sleeping bag. Aaron has camped all around the planet – Antarctica, Denali, Greenland, Patagonia, etc. Learn his tricks and techniques for getting more out of his sleeping bags.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-increase-sleeping-bag-warmth-20-tips-and-tricks/">How to increase sleeping bag warmth – 20 tips and tricks</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shares 20 tips plus a bonus and 2 DO NOT DO to increase the warmth of your sleeping bag. Aaron has camped all around the planet – Antarctica, Denali, Greenland, Patagonia, etc. Learn his tricks and techniques for getting more out of his sleeping bags.

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Aaron shares 20 tips plus a bonus and 2 DO NOT DO to increase the warmth of your sleeping bag. Aaron has camped all around the planet – Antarctica, Denali, Greenland, Patagonia, etc. Learn his tricks and techniques for getting more out of his sleeping ... Aaron shares 20 tips plus a bonus and 2 DO NOT DO to increase the warmth of your sleeping bag. Aaron has camped all around the planet – Antarctica, Denali, Greenland, Patagonia, etc. Learn his tricks and techniques for getting more out of his sleeping bags. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 17:33 5957
How to choose between the Puma and Bison Western Mountaineering Sleeping Bags https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-the-puma-and-bison-western-mountaineering-sleeping-bags/ Mon, 21 Oct 2019 22:45:28 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5954 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-the-puma-and-bison-western-mountaineering-sleeping-bags/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-the-puma-and-bison-western-mountaineering-sleeping-bags/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shares his comparisons between the Western Mountaineering Puma and Bison bags. These expedition sleeping bags are meant for the toughest conditions around the world. Which bag should you choose? Watch as Aaron explains where he’s used each and why he made that choice in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, etc. 1:43 loft comparison 3:34 Ethical sourcing of down 4:23 Girth comparison 5:09 length comparison 6:02 Where they are made 7:02 Secret tools to extend Puma 8:12 Compare interiors 10:11 Compare neck systems 10:45 Enter the Bison 13:34 Enter the Puma 15:15 Compare the foot areas 17:06 Point by point tech comparison 18:45 Microfiber vs gore wind stop 19:46 Draft tube comparison 20:04 Choose by temperature 20:50 Puma lowest temperature 21:18 Stuff puma into 30L stuff sack 22:32 Stuff Bison into 30L stuff sack 23:06 compression comparison</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-choose-between-the-puma-and-bison-western-mountaineering-sleeping-bags/">How to choose between the Puma and Bison Western Mountaineering Sleeping Bags</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shares his comparisons between the Western Mountaineering Puma and Bison bags. These expedition sleeping bags are meant for the toughest conditions around the world. Which bag should you choose? Watch as Aaron explains where he’s used each and why he made that choice in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, etc.

1:43 loft comparison
3:34 Ethical sourcing of down
4:23 Girth comparison
5:09 length comparison
6:02 Where they are made
7:02 Secret tools to extend Puma
8:12 Compare interiors
10:11 Compare neck systems
10:45 Enter the Bison
13:34 Enter the Puma
15:15 Compare the foot areas
17:06 Point by point tech comparison
18:45 Microfiber vs gore wind stop
19:46 Draft tube comparison
20:04 Choose by temperature
20:50 Puma lowest temperature
21:18 Stuff puma into 30L stuff sack
22:32 Stuff Bison into 30L stuff sack
23:06 compression comparison

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Aaron shares his comparisons between the Western Mountaineering Puma and Bison bags. These expedition sleeping bags are meant for the toughest conditions around the world. Which bag should you choose? Watch as Aaron explains where he’s used each and wh... Aaron shares his comparisons between the Western Mountaineering Puma and Bison bags. These expedition sleeping bags are meant for the toughest conditions around the world. Which bag should you choose? Watch as Aaron explains where he’s used each and why he made that choice in Antarctica, Greenland, Denali, etc. 1:43 loft comparison 3:34 Ethical sourcing of down 4:23 Girth comparison 5:09 length comparison 6:02 Where they are made 7:02 Secret tools to extend Puma 8:12 Compare interiors 10:11 Compare neck systems 10:45 Enter the Bison 13:34 Enter the Puma 15:15 Compare the foot areas 17:06 Point by point tech comparison 18:45 Microfiber vs gore wind stop 19:46 Draft tube comparison 20:04 Choose by temperature 20:50 Puma lowest temperature 21:18 Stuff puma into 30L stuff sack 22:32 Stuff Bison into 30L stuff sack 23:06 compression comparison Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 23:57 5954
BEST ULTIMATE expedition sleeping bag: Western Mountaineering Bison Review https://www.ncexped.com/best-ultimate-expedition-sleeping-bag-western-mountaineering-bison-review/ Fri, 18 Oct 2019 23:18:34 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5947 https://www.ncexped.com/best-ultimate-expedition-sleeping-bag-western-mountaineering-bison-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-ultimate-expedition-sleeping-bag-western-mountaineering-bison-review/feed/ 0 <p>  Aaron used the Western Mountaineering Bison sleeping bag in Antarctica for three months. It kept him warm and safe in polar storms. It’s rated to -40ºF/C and has all the features that you’d expect in an expedition bag. He talks about the zipper, draw cords, baffles, zipper tape, dimensions, and everything else to learn more about this bag. 0:52 Introduction 1:46 Lay down comparison 2:19 Total bag length, width 3:36 Choosing a zipper side 4:17 Loft measurement on chest, hips, feet 5:11 Made in USA 5:40 Weight 6:13 Zipper length and function 7:14 Foot dimension past zipper 7:34 Getting into the bag, sizing 9:01 Roominess of arms and warm items 9:41 Neck baffle and head covering 12:16 Step on bag comparison 12:36 Neck baffle, drawcord use 14:29 Zipper baffle feature 15:40 Ethical down concerns 17:43 Zipper tape to prevent snags 18:33 Zipper draws 18:55 Extended warmth items 21:19 Bison stuff sack 22:40 Stuffing into compression sac (XL = 30 liters) 23:53 Stuff sack final dimensions 24:15 Removal time from stuff sack 24:58 Where this sleeping bag is needed 25:25 Actual vs rated temperature ratings Western Mountaineering Bison: https://amzn.to/2pxi7no Get the Sea to Summit Event Compression Dry Sack: https://amzn.to/2GvbYwR Get the Western Mountaineering VLB Hotsac: https://amzn.to/2Vm0ZiD Watch his other Western Mountaineering videos: Megalite bag: https://youtu.be/eQTYJHGpgo0 Antelope bag: https://youtu.be/YlWmiastlrc Puma bag: https://youtu.be/Z1i8g4VZd4A Down booties: https://youtu.be/qtk1gdyEVKA Hotsac Vapor Barrier Liner: https://youtu.be/57tEVMT2D9I Sleeping 3 bag showdown: https://youtu.be/wVOInhCU4dk Western Mountaineering FAQs: http://www.westernmountaineering.com/faqs/ Read Antarctic Tears where Aaron talks about his use of the Western Mountaineering Bison bag. Read Adventure Expedition One to learn more about sleeping bags and the conditions of their use: Links to Amazon are paid affiliate links.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-ultimate-expedition-sleeping-bag-western-mountaineering-bison-review/">BEST ULTIMATE expedition sleeping bag: Western Mountaineering Bison Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

Aaron used the Western Mountaineering Bison sleeping bag in Antarctica for three months. It kept him warm and safe in polar storms. It’s rated to -40ºF/C and has all the features that you’d expect in an expedition bag. He talks about the zipper, draw cords, baffles, zipper tape, dimensions, and everything else to learn more about this bag.

0:52 Introduction
1:46 Lay down comparison
2:19 Total bag length, width
3:36 Choosing a zipper side
4:17 Loft measurement on chest, hips, feet
5:11 Made in USA
5:40 Weight
6:13 Zipper length and function
7:14 Foot dimension past zipper
7:34 Getting into the bag, sizing
9:01 Roominess of arms and warm items
9:41 Neck baffle and head covering
12:16 Step on bag comparison
12:36 Neck baffle, drawcord use
14:29 Zipper baffle feature
15:40 Ethical down concerns
17:43 Zipper tape to prevent snags
18:33 Zipper draws
18:55 Extended warmth items
21:19 Bison stuff sack
22:40 Stuffing into compression sac (XL = 30 liters)
23:53 Stuff sack final dimensions
24:15 Removal time from stuff sack
24:58 Where this sleeping bag is needed
25:25 Actual vs rated temperature ratings

Western Mountaineering Bison: https://amzn.to/2pxi7no
Get the Sea to Summit Event Compression Dry Sack: https://amzn.to/2GvbYwR
Get the Western Mountaineering VLB Hotsac: https://amzn.to/2Vm0ZiD

Watch his other Western Mountaineering videos:

Megalite bag: https://youtu.be/eQTYJHGpgo0
Antelope bag: https://youtu.be/YlWmiastlrc
Puma bag: https://youtu.be/Z1i8g4VZd4A
Down booties: https://youtu.be/qtk1gdyEVKA
Hotsac Vapor Barrier Liner: https://youtu.be/57tEVMT2D9I
Sleeping 3 bag showdown: https://youtu.be/wVOInhCU4dk

Western Mountaineering FAQs: http://www.westernmountaineering.com/faqs/

Read Antarctic Tears where Aaron talks about his use of the Western Mountaineering Bison bag.

Read Adventure Expedition One to learn more about sleeping bags and the conditions of their use:

Adventure Expedition One

Links to Amazon are paid affiliate links.

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  Aaron used the Western Mountaineering Bison sleeping bag in Antarctica for three months. It kept him warm and safe in polar storms. It’s rated to -40ºF/C and has all the features that you’d expect in an expedition bag. He talks about the zipper,   Aaron used the Western Mountaineering Bison sleeping bag in Antarctica for three months. It kept him warm and safe in polar storms. It’s rated to -40ºF/C and has all the features that you’d expect in an expedition bag. He talks about the zipper, draw cords, baffles, zipper tape, dimensions, and everything else to learn more about this bag. 0:52 Introduction 1:46 Lay down comparison 2:19 Total bag length, width 3:36 Choosing a zipper side 4:17 Loft measurement on chest, hips, feet 5:11 Made in USA 5:40 Weight 6:13 Zipper length and function 7:14 Foot dimension past zipper 7:34 Getting into the bag, sizing 9:01 Roominess of arms and warm items 9:41 Neck baffle and head covering 12:16 Step on bag comparison 12:36 Neck baffle, drawcord use 14:29 Zipper baffle feature 15:40 Ethical down concerns 17:43 Zipper tape to prevent snags 18:33 Zipper draws 18:55 Extended warmth items 21:19 Bison stuff sack 22:40 Stuffing into compression sac (XL = 30 liters) 23:53 Stuff sack final dimensions 24:15 Removal time from stuff sack 24:58 Where this sleeping bag is needed 25:25 Actual vs rated temperature ratings Western Mountaineering Bison: https://amzn.to/2pxi7no Get the Sea to Summit Event Compression Dry Sack: https://amzn.to/2GvbYwR Get the Western Mountaineering VLB Hotsac: https://amzn.to/2Vm0ZiD Watch his other Western Mountaineering videos: Megalite bag: https://youtu.be/eQTYJHGpgo0 Antelope bag: https://youtu.be/YlWmiastlrc Puma bag: https://youtu.be/Z1i8g4VZd4A Down booties: https://youtu.be/qtk1gdyEVKA Hotsac Vapor Barrier Liner: https://youtu.be/57tEVMT2D9I Sleeping 3 bag showdown: https://youtu.be/wVOInhCU4dk Western Mountaineering FAQs: http://www.westernmountaineering.com/faqs/ Read Antarctic Tears where Aaron talks about his use of the Western Mountaineering Bison bag. Read Adventure Expedition One to learn more about sleeping bags and the conditions of their use: Links to Amazon are paid affiliate links. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 26:22 5947
Best Pants for Exploration and Mountaineering – Review ArcTeryx Beta AR Pants https://www.ncexped.com/best-pants-for-exploration-and-mountaineering-review-arcteryx-beta-ar-pants/ Mon, 07 Oct 2019 22:47:46 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5939 https://www.ncexped.com/best-pants-for-exploration-and-mountaineering-review-arcteryx-beta-ar-pants/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-pants-for-exploration-and-mountaineering-review-arcteryx-beta-ar-pants/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron used the Arc’Teryx Beta AR Pants on his world-record expedition to the South Pole. He used them for 3 months straight in the harshest conditions on Earth. He shows the different features and why they might work for you. He also talks about the cost and value versus other expedition pants. Get the Arcteryx Beta AR pants on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2kF7kpg</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-pants-for-exploration-and-mountaineering-review-arcteryx-beta-ar-pants/">Best Pants for Exploration and Mountaineering – Review ArcTeryx Beta AR Pants</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron used the Arc’Teryx Beta AR Pants on his world-record expedition to the South Pole. He used them for 3 months straight in the harshest conditions on Earth. He shows the different features and why they might work for you. He also talks about the cost and value versus other expedition pants.

Get the Arcteryx Beta AR pants on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2kF7kpg

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Aaron used the Arc’Teryx Beta AR Pants on his world-record expedition to the South Pole. He used them for 3 months straight in the harshest conditions on Earth. He shows the different features and why they might work for you. Aaron used the Arc’Teryx Beta AR Pants on his world-record expedition to the South Pole. He used them for 3 months straight in the harshest conditions on Earth. He shows the different features and why they might work for you. He also talks about the cost and value versus other expedition pants. Get the Arcteryx Beta AR pants on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2kF7kpg Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:51 5939
How to Keep Rocks and Sticks out of Hiking Boots – Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-keep-rocks-and-sticks-out-of-hiking-boots-rocky-mountain-low-gaiters/ Fri, 04 Oct 2019 22:45:52 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5937 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-keep-rocks-and-sticks-out-of-hiking-boots-rocky-mountain-low-gaiters/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-keep-rocks-and-sticks-out-of-hiking-boots-rocky-mountain-low-gaiters/feed/ 0 <p>How do you keep rocks and sticks out of your boots while hiking? Aaron has used these gaiters for decades and has keep junk out of his boots with them. He has worn out several pairs over the years as proof that they’re incredible. Aaron shows how they fit and talks about hiking, climbing, and camping with them. Get the Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2lpVI9W Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20 Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-keep-rocks-and-sticks-out-of-hiking-boots-rocky-mountain-low-gaiters/">How to Keep Rocks and Sticks out of Hiking Boots – Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

How do you keep rocks and sticks out of your boots while hiking? Aaron has used these gaiters for decades and has keep junk out of his boots with them. He has worn out several pairs over the years as proof that they’re incredible. Aaron shows how they fit and talks about hiking, climbing, and camping with them.

Get the Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2lpVI9W

Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20

Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5

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How do you keep rocks and sticks out of your boots while hiking? Aaron has used these gaiters for decades and has keep junk out of his boots with them. He has worn out several pairs over the years as proof that they’re incredible. How do you keep rocks and sticks out of your boots while hiking? Aaron has used these gaiters for decades and has keep junk out of his boots with them. He has worn out several pairs over the years as proof that they’re incredible. Aaron shows how they fit and talks about hiking, climbing, and camping with them. Get the Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2lpVI9W Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20 Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:27 5937
Best Full Gaiters for Everything – Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters https://www.ncexped.com/best-full-gaiters-for-everything-outdoor-research-crocodile-gaiters/ Thu, 03 Oct 2019 22:42:45 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5935 https://www.ncexped.com/best-full-gaiters-for-everything-outdoor-research-crocodile-gaiters/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-full-gaiters-for-everything-outdoor-research-crocodile-gaiters/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron talks about the best gaiters he has used around the world – the Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters. They’re great in all conditions from mountaineering to polar exploration. He also talks about what gaiters can do for you and how they can improve your outdoor experience. Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20 Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-full-gaiters-for-everything-outdoor-research-crocodile-gaiters/">Best Full Gaiters for Everything – Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron talks about the best gaiters he has used around the world – the Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters. They’re great in all conditions from mountaineering to polar exploration. He also talks about what gaiters can do for you and how they can improve your outdoor experience.

Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20

Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5

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Aaron talks about the best gaiters he has used around the world – the Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters. They’re great in all conditions from mountaineering to polar exploration. He also talks about what gaiters can do for you and how they can improve... Aaron talks about the best gaiters he has used around the world – the Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiters. They’re great in all conditions from mountaineering to polar exploration. He also talks about what gaiters can do for you and how they can improve your outdoor experience. Get Outdoor Research Men’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2lg4A20 Get Outdoor Research Women’s Crocodile Gaiters: https://amzn.to/2mYi6I5 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:26 5935
How to See Working Out Paying Off https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-see-working-out-paying-off/ Tue, 01 Oct 2019 22:32:41 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5929 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-see-working-out-paying-off/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-see-working-out-paying-off/feed/ 0 <p>  It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it. Aaron talks about his experience working out and how it’s benefited him in so many ways. If you work out, you’ll potentially see these benefits, too.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-see-working-out-paying-off/">How to See Working Out Paying Off</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it. Aaron talks about his experience working out and how it’s benefited him in so many ways. If you work out, you’ll potentially see these benefits, too.

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  It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it.   It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it. Aaron talks about his experience working out and how it’s benefited him in so many ways. If you work out, you’ll potentially see these benefits, too. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:19 5929
BEST Budget All-Terrain Tire – Review General Grabber AT2 https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-all-terrain-tire-review-general-grabber-at2/ Mon, 30 Sep 2019 22:15:57 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5924 https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-all-terrain-tire-review-general-grabber-at2/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-all-terrain-tire-review-general-grabber-at2/feed/ 0 <p>  Aaron has used these tires for several years in the toughest conditions in the lower 48 states. He talks about why he buys them over other competing brands and what his experience has been. Check out the General Grabber AT2 on Tirerack.com: https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=General&tireModel=Grabber+AT+2</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-all-terrain-tire-review-general-grabber-at2/">BEST Budget All-Terrain Tire – Review General Grabber AT2</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

Aaron has used these tires for several years in the toughest conditions in the lower 48 states. He talks about why he buys them over other competing brands and what his experience has been.

Check out the General Grabber AT2 on Tirerack.com:

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=General&tireModel=Grabber+AT+2

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  Aaron has used these tires for several years in the toughest conditions in the lower 48 states. He talks about why he buys them over other competing brands and what his experience has been. Check out the General Grabber AT2 on Tirerack.   Aaron has used these tires for several years in the toughest conditions in the lower 48 states. He talks about why he buys them over other competing brands and what his experience has been. Check out the General Grabber AT2 on Tirerack.com: https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=General&tireModel=Grabber+AT+2 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 16:37 5924
Fit in Your Forties – How to Treat Minor Injuries https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-how-to-treat-minor-injuries/ Fri, 27 Sep 2019 22:57:06 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5921 https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-how-to-treat-minor-injuries/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-how-to-treat-minor-injuries/feed/ 0 <p>After you survive past your 20’s and you’re working out, the chances of you being injured begins to increase. As your body ages into its 40s, you’ll find you’ll slow down and working out becomes more challenging. Minor injuries like strains and sprains become more likely. Aaron was out for a run and pulled his calf muscle. He talks about it as it happened, how to treat it, and most importantly-how get past it.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-how-to-treat-minor-injuries/">Fit in Your Forties – How to Treat Minor Injuries</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

After you survive past your 20’s and you’re working out, the chances of you being injured begins to increase. As your body ages into its 40s, you’ll find you’ll slow down and working out becomes more challenging. Minor injuries like strains and sprains become more likely. Aaron was out for a run and pulled his calf muscle. He talks about it as it happened, how to treat it, and most importantly-how get past it.

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After you survive past your 20’s and you’re working out, the chances of you being injured begins to increase. As your body ages into its 40s, you’ll find you’ll slow down and working out becomes more challenging. After you survive past your 20’s and you’re working out, the chances of you being injured begins to increase. As your body ages into its 40s, you’ll find you’ll slow down and working out becomes more challenging. Minor injuries like strains and sprains become more likely. Aaron was out for a run and pulled his calf muscle. He talks about it as it happened, how to treat it, and most importantly-how get past it. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:42 5921
Tour of Taos New Mexico – Unique Southwest Art Town in New Mexico https://www.ncexped.com/tour-of-taos-new-mexico-unique-southwest-art-town-in-new-mexico/ Thu, 26 Sep 2019 13:49:04 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5918 https://www.ncexped.com/tour-of-taos-new-mexico-unique-southwest-art-town-in-new-mexico/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/tour-of-taos-new-mexico-unique-southwest-art-town-in-new-mexico/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron takes you on a short tour of Taos, New Mexico. Taos is considered one of the great artist capitals of the United States. Nestled in the northern mountains of New Mexico, this town is unique in its style an mystique. Watch as Aaron gives you a taste of Taos. Watch for his full-length World Beyond show on Taos coming soon!</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/tour-of-taos-new-mexico-unique-southwest-art-town-in-new-mexico/">Tour of Taos New Mexico – Unique Southwest Art Town in New Mexico</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron takes you on a short tour of Taos, New Mexico. Taos is considered one of the great artist capitals of the United States. Nestled in the northern mountains of New Mexico, this town is unique in its style an mystique. Watch as Aaron gives you a taste of Taos.

Watch for his full-length World Beyond show on Taos coming soon!

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Aaron takes you on a short tour of Taos, New Mexico. Taos is considered one of the great artist capitals of the United States. Nestled in the northern mountains of New Mexico, this town is unique in its style an mystique. Aaron takes you on a short tour of Taos, New Mexico. Taos is considered one of the great artist capitals of the United States. Nestled in the northern mountains of New Mexico, this town is unique in its style an mystique. Watch as Aaron gives you a taste of Taos. Watch for his full-length World Beyond show on Taos coming soon! Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:32 5918
How to Defeat Self Doubt – Don’t Believe in Your Self Perfection… https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-defeat-self-doubt-dont-believe-in-your-self-perfection/ Wed, 25 Sep 2019 22:18:43 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5912 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-defeat-self-doubt-dont-believe-in-your-self-perfection/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-defeat-self-doubt-dont-believe-in-your-self-perfection/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron talks about how he manages and defeats self doubt. He talks about why it’s important not to have blind faith in yourself. If you blindly believe in yourself, you will actually run into more problems. He talks about his failures and struggles with self doubt and how he has worked on battling it in this video.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-defeat-self-doubt-dont-believe-in-your-self-perfection/">How to Defeat Self Doubt – Don’t Believe in Your Self Perfection…</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron talks about how he manages and defeats self doubt. He talks about why it’s important not to have blind faith in yourself. If you blindly believe in yourself, you will actually run into more problems. He talks about his failures and struggles with self doubt and how he has worked on battling it in this video.

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Aaron talks about how he manages and defeats self doubt. He talks about why it’s important not to have blind faith in yourself. If you blindly believe in yourself, you will actually run into more problems. He talks about his failures and struggles with... Aaron talks about how he manages and defeats self doubt. He talks about why it’s important not to have blind faith in yourself. If you blindly believe in yourself, you will actually run into more problems. He talks about his failures and struggles with self doubt and how he has worked on battling it in this video. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:07 5912
OSMO POCKET 9 MUST HAVE Accessories for iPhone Users https://www.ncexped.com/osmo-pocket-9-must-have-accessories-for-iphone-users/ Tue, 17 Sep 2019 22:56:18 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5908 https://www.ncexped.com/osmo-pocket-9-must-have-accessories-for-iphone-users/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/osmo-pocket-9-must-have-accessories-for-iphone-users/feed/ 0 <p>If you buy the DJI Osmo Pocket as an iPhone user, you’re going want a several accessories to get everything you can out of the Osmo Pocket. Aaron has compiled his list of accessories that he’s used. He explains, shows, and illustrates why you’ll need these. The cables and connectors are iPhone-centric, but you can use everything else with an Android phone. 2:19 Wireless Base 3:36 Wireless Base Tripod Mount 5:31 GoPro Adapter 7:55 Polar Pro Tripod Mount 10:56 iPhone to Osmo Pocket Cable 11:40 External Battery 12:43 Pan Tilt Wheel 15:35 Mini Tripod 16:13 ND and Polarizer Filters Get the following on Amazon in the links below: Wireless Base: https://amzn.to/32HMSEq Polar Pro Wireless Base Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2O6nXXe GoPro Accessory Adapter: https://amzn.to/306qEhJ Polar Pro Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2QijpzE iPhone to Osmo Pocket USB-C Cable: https://amzn.to/2O2omtL External USB Battery: https://amzn.to/303WgVk Pan Tilt Wheel: https://amzn.to/34NG0Y2 Mini Tripod: https://amzn.to/32NxUwC ND and Polarizer Filters: https://amzn.to/2LWvsNM</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/osmo-pocket-9-must-have-accessories-for-iphone-users/">OSMO POCKET 9 MUST HAVE Accessories for iPhone Users</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

If you buy the DJI Osmo Pocket as an iPhone user, you’re going want a several accessories to get everything you can out of the Osmo Pocket. Aaron has compiled his list of accessories that he’s used. He explains, shows, and illustrates why you’ll need these. The cables and connectors are iPhone-centric, but you can use everything else with an Android phone.

2:19 Wireless Base
3:36 Wireless Base Tripod Mount
5:31 GoPro Adapter
7:55 Polar Pro Tripod Mount
10:56 iPhone to Osmo Pocket Cable
11:40 External Battery
12:43 Pan Tilt Wheel
15:35 Mini Tripod
16:13 ND and Polarizer Filters

Get the following on Amazon in the links below:
Wireless Base: https://amzn.to/32HMSEq
Polar Pro Wireless Base Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2O6nXXe
GoPro Accessory Adapter: https://amzn.to/306qEhJ
Polar Pro Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2QijpzE
iPhone to Osmo Pocket USB-C Cable: https://amzn.to/2O2omtL
External USB Battery: https://amzn.to/303WgVk
Pan Tilt Wheel: https://amzn.to/34NG0Y2
Mini Tripod: https://amzn.to/32NxUwC
ND and Polarizer Filters: https://amzn.to/2LWvsNM

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If you buy the DJI Osmo Pocket as an iPhone user, you’re going want a several accessories to get everything you can out of the Osmo Pocket. Aaron has compiled his list of accessories that he’s used. He explains, shows, If you buy the DJI Osmo Pocket as an iPhone user, you’re going want a several accessories to get everything you can out of the Osmo Pocket. Aaron has compiled his list of accessories that he’s used. He explains, shows, and illustrates why you’ll need these. The cables and connectors are iPhone-centric, but you can use everything else with an Android phone. 2:19 Wireless Base 3:36 Wireless Base Tripod Mount 5:31 GoPro Adapter 7:55 Polar Pro Tripod Mount 10:56 iPhone to Osmo Pocket Cable 11:40 External Battery 12:43 Pan Tilt Wheel 15:35 Mini Tripod 16:13 ND and Polarizer Filters Get the following on Amazon in the links below: Wireless Base: https://amzn.to/32HMSEq Polar Pro Wireless Base Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2O6nXXe GoPro Accessory Adapter: https://amzn.to/306qEhJ Polar Pro Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2QijpzE iPhone to Osmo Pocket USB-C Cable: https://amzn.to/2O2omtL External USB Battery: https://amzn.to/303WgVk Pan Tilt Wheel: https://amzn.to/34NG0Y2 Mini Tripod: https://amzn.to/32NxUwC ND and Polarizer Filters: https://amzn.to/2LWvsNM Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 20:35 5908
DJI Osmo Pocket Review – Real-world testing in Salt Lake City Airport https://www.ncexped.com/dji-osmo-pocket-review-real-world-testing-in-salt-lake-city-airport/ Mon, 16 Sep 2019 22:17:18 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5904 https://www.ncexped.com/dji-osmo-pocket-review-real-world-testing-in-salt-lake-city-airport/#comments https://www.ncexped.com/dji-osmo-pocket-review-real-world-testing-in-salt-lake-city-airport/feed/ 1 <p>The DJI Osmo Pocket is one of the most unique cameras on the market today. It gives you 4k 60p recording on a very stable gimbal head in a tiny package. There really is nothing else like it. It also has pan motion time lapse, hyperlapse, and connectivity with a smartphone. Aaron shows you how it connects wirelessly to his iPhone Xs. He talks about the challenges of starting it up and how he now feels about it. The video features clips of a 4k real-time walk through and an HD hyperlapse recorded in the airport. Get the following on Amazon: DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw DJI Osmo Wireless Expansion Kit: https://amzn.to/2O3dxHD Polar Pro Wireless tripod mount: https://amzn.to/2O1CymI Polar Pro Tripod Mount cage: https://amzn.to/2O4uhP4 ND filters for Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2LWAXMc</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/dji-osmo-pocket-review-real-world-testing-in-salt-lake-city-airport/">DJI Osmo Pocket Review – Real-world testing in Salt Lake City Airport</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

The DJI Osmo Pocket is one of the most unique cameras on the market today. It gives you 4k 60p recording on a very stable gimbal head in a tiny package. There really is nothing else like it. It also has pan motion time lapse, hyperlapse, and connectivity with a smartphone. Aaron shows you how it connects wirelessly to his iPhone Xs. He talks about the challenges of starting it up and how he now feels about it.

The video features clips of a 4k real-time walk through and an HD hyperlapse recorded in the airport.

Get the following on Amazon:
DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw
DJI Osmo Wireless Expansion Kit: https://amzn.to/2O3dxHD
Polar Pro Wireless tripod mount: https://amzn.to/2O1CymI
Polar Pro Tripod Mount cage: https://amzn.to/2O4uhP4
ND filters for Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2LWAXMc

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The DJI Osmo Pocket is one of the most unique cameras on the market today. It gives you 4k 60p recording on a very stable gimbal head in a tiny package. There really is nothing else like it. It also has pan motion time lapse, hyperlapse, The DJI Osmo Pocket is one of the most unique cameras on the market today. It gives you 4k 60p recording on a very stable gimbal head in a tiny package. There really is nothing else like it. It also has pan motion time lapse, hyperlapse, and connectivity with a smartphone. Aaron shows you how it connects wirelessly to his iPhone Xs. He talks about the challenges of starting it up and how he now feels about it. The video features clips of a 4k real-time walk through and an HD hyperlapse recorded in the airport. Get the following on Amazon: DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/301J1Fw DJI Osmo Wireless Expansion Kit: https://amzn.to/2O3dxHD Polar Pro Wireless tripod mount: https://amzn.to/2O1CymI Polar Pro Tripod Mount cage: https://amzn.to/2O4uhP4 ND filters for Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2LWAXMc Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 15:49 5904
FASTEST CHEAP Video Tripod— E-Image 2 Stage Tripod In-Depth Review https://www.ncexped.com/fastest-cheap-video-tripod-e-image-2-stage-tripod-in-depth-review/ Fri, 13 Sep 2019 22:26:39 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5892 https://www.ncexped.com/fastest-cheap-video-tripod-e-image-2-stage-tripod-in-depth-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/fastest-cheap-video-tripod-e-image-2-stage-tripod-in-depth-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron unboxes and reviews the E-Image 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH03 Head. It is supposed to be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. He talks about this tripod vs the expensive Sachtler Flowtech tripod. Is the Sachtler worth the extra $1000? Aaron talks about that. He demonstrates how the E-Image tripod opens, what the bag weighs, and everything you need to know. Setup speed comparison of E-Image vs Bogen Manfrotto tripod. This may be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. It has a pan bar, bag, 75mm ball head, removable spreader, foot spikes, spirit level, and everything you expect in a video tripod. Aaron shows how to use the tripod. Video table of contents 0:52 Unboxing 3:22 Video plate 4:14 Weight and measurements 7:49 Max leg width 8:43 Breakdown speed 9:04 Bungee leg lock 10:02 Rubber feet and spikes 11:18 Remove rubber feet 12:46 How to mount the plate on a camera 13:48 Plate mounting options, handling, switches, locks 17:47 Ball head usage 19:05 Spirit Level 19:46 Max tilt forward and back 21:28 Raise up speed – whole value of tripod 22:33 Spreader ring 23:28 Tripod deployment speed 23:59 Tripod breakdown speed 24:43 Remove spreader 26:28 Compare setup speeds E-Image vs Bogen 28:35 Bogen breakdown comparison 29:38 E-Image extra pan bar and other options Get the E-Image tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZPNo6j Get the Sachtler Flowtech 75 tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31bK6qS Fast Fastest video tripod best setup speed cheap fast strong tough video tripod</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/fastest-cheap-video-tripod-e-image-2-stage-tripod-in-depth-review/">FASTEST CHEAP Video Tripod— E-Image 2 Stage Tripod In-Depth Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron unboxes and reviews the E-Image 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH03 Head. It is supposed to be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. He talks about this tripod vs the expensive Sachtler Flowtech tripod. Is the Sachtler worth the extra $1000? Aaron talks about that. He demonstrates how the E-Image tripod opens, what the bag weighs, and everything you need to know.
Setup speed comparison of E-Image vs Bogen Manfrotto tripod. This may be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. It has a pan bar, bag, 75mm ball head, removable spreader, foot spikes, spirit level, and everything you expect in a video tripod. Aaron shows how to use the tripod.

Video table of contents
0:52 Unboxing
3:22 Video plate
4:14 Weight and measurements
7:49 Max leg width
8:43 Breakdown speed
9:04 Bungee leg lock
10:02 Rubber feet and spikes
11:18 Remove rubber feet
12:46 How to mount the plate on a camera
13:48 Plate mounting options, handling, switches, locks
17:47 Ball head usage
19:05 Spirit Level
19:46 Max tilt forward and back
21:28 Raise up speed – whole value of tripod
22:33 Spreader ring
23:28 Tripod deployment speed
23:59 Tripod breakdown speed
24:43 Remove spreader
26:28 Compare setup speeds E-Image vs Bogen
28:35 Bogen breakdown comparison
29:38 E-Image extra pan bar and other options

Get the E-Image tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZPNo6j
Get the Sachtler Flowtech 75 tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31bK6qS

Fast Fastest video tripod best setup speed cheap fast strong tough video tripod

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Aaron unboxes and reviews the E-Image 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH03 Head. It is supposed to be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. He talks about this tripod vs the expensive Sachtler Flowtech tripod. Aaron unboxes and reviews the E-Image 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH03 Head. It is supposed to be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. He talks about this tripod vs the expensive Sachtler Flowtech tripod. Is the Sachtler worth the extra $1000? Aaron talks about that. He demonstrates how the E-Image tripod opens, what the bag weighs, and everything you need to know. Setup speed comparison of E-Image vs Bogen Manfrotto tripod. This may be the fastest inexpensive video tripod on the market. It has a pan bar, bag, 75mm ball head, removable spreader, foot spikes, spirit level, and everything you expect in a video tripod. Aaron shows how to use the tripod. Video table of contents 0:52 Unboxing 3:22 Video plate 4:14 Weight and measurements 7:49 Max leg width 8:43 Breakdown speed 9:04 Bungee leg lock 10:02 Rubber feet and spikes 11:18 Remove rubber feet 12:46 How to mount the plate on a camera 13:48 Plate mounting options, handling, switches, locks 17:47 Ball head usage 19:05 Spirit Level 19:46 Max tilt forward and back 21:28 Raise up speed – whole value of tripod 22:33 Spreader ring 23:28 Tripod deployment speed 23:59 Tripod breakdown speed 24:43 Remove spreader 26:28 Compare setup speeds E-Image vs Bogen 28:35 Bogen breakdown comparison 29:38 E-Image extra pan bar and other options Get the E-Image tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZPNo6j Get the Sachtler Flowtech 75 tripod on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31bK6qS Fast Fastest video tripod best setup speed cheap fast strong tough video tripod Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 30:48 5892
Best Stainless Coffee Mug – Review Yeti LowBall 10oz cup https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-coffee-mug-review-yeti-lowball-10oz-cup/ Thu, 12 Sep 2019 22:18:31 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5860 https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-coffee-mug-review-yeti-lowball-10oz-cup/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-coffee-mug-review-yeti-lowball-10oz-cup/feed/ 0 <p>Yeti brings out another winner – the Rambler LowBall 10oz cup. Note that this cup doesn’t have threads like the other Rambler containers. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this mug and why it might work for you. Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler Lowball cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq Get the Magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Check out Aaron’s Yeti Rambler review: https://youtu.be/DGkwBb32Y94</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-coffee-mug-review-yeti-lowball-10oz-cup/">Best Stainless Coffee Mug – Review Yeti LowBall 10oz cup</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Yeti brings out another winner – the Rambler LowBall 10oz cup. Note that this cup doesn’t have threads like the other Rambler containers. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this mug and why it might work for you.

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler Lowball cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq

Get the Magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6

Check out Aaron’s Yeti Rambler review: https://youtu.be/DGkwBb32Y94

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Yeti brings out another winner – the Rambler LowBall 10oz cup. Note that this cup doesn’t have threads like the other Rambler containers. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this mug and why it might work for you. Yeti brings out another winner – the Rambler LowBall 10oz cup. Note that this cup doesn’t have threads like the other Rambler containers. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this mug and why it might work for you. Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler Lowball cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq Get the Magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Check out Aaron’s Yeti Rambler review: https://youtu.be/DGkwBb32Y94 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:50 5860
How to Back Up SD microSD CompactFlash to External SSD with iPhone iPad NO COMPUTER iOS 13 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-back-up-sd-microsd-compactflash-to-external-ssd-with-iphone-ipad-no-computer-ios-13/ Tue, 10 Sep 2019 22:34:06 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5897 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-back-up-sd-microsd-compactflash-to-external-ssd-with-iphone-ipad-no-computer-ios-13/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-back-up-sd-microsd-compactflash-to-external-ssd-with-iphone-ipad-no-computer-ios-13/feed/ 0 <p>In-Depth How to Video for copying files using only an iPhone Aaron shows you how to back up your SD (Secure Digital) or microSD (from GoPro, Osmo, Yi, DJI, drone) or CF (Compact Flash) to an external solid state drive (SSD) using only an iPhone, USB hub, and a cheap battery pack. This method doesn’t require a laptop, PC, Mac, computer, Macbook, or anything else. You can copy files in the field from your camera to a portable SSD, this case a SanDisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD. Assuming you can charge up your phone, cameras, and the portable battery pack, you can keep filming and photographing in the field until you fill up your cards, chips, and the 2TB backup. This is awesome for film makers, travelers, photographers, videographers, vloggers, bloggers, creators, and influencers. This method will also work copying from the USB port of your camera through the hub using the iPhone to the SSD. Just connect your camera, put it into USB mass storage mode, connect it to the hub, and follow the rest of the instructions in the video. The Sandisk SSD is formatted exFAT. Aaron also talks about the folder delete but doesn’t totally delete bug in iOS13. How to copy from an SD card to an external laptop USB hard drive: https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk 0:07 Overview 3:54 What you need to make this work 6:11 Connect the camera adapter 6:34 Files app 7:01 Insert SD card into hub 7:35 Connect the battery 7:49 SD card shows up on phone 8:40 Plug in SSD to Hub and shows up on iPhone 9:03 Plug in CF/SD reader 9:46 Add microSD card to the USB hub 10:48 File copy/paste procedure from SD to SSD 11:03 Create a new folder on the SSD 12:18 Copy from microSD to SSD 13:20 Copy from Compact Flash CF to SSD (single file select) 14:39 Delete folder bug in iOS13 16:33 How to connect to a HDD https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk 16:44 Ejecting Devices 18:54 Apple 3.5mm adapter Required components Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Get the PNY T2200 2200mAh 1 Amp PowerPack on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2A53idR Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter: https://amzn.to/2NUlsXY Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7 Additional items in the video Get the Apple SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2PYcBa5 Apple Lightning to USB C cable: https://amzn.to/34JtOaS Belkin Lighting to 3.5mm and power adapter: https://amzn.to/2PWshur</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-back-up-sd-microsd-compactflash-to-external-ssd-with-iphone-ipad-no-computer-ios-13/">How to Back Up SD microSD CompactFlash to External SSD with iPhone iPad NO COMPUTER iOS 13</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

In-Depth How to Video for copying files using only an iPhone

Aaron shows you how to back up your SD (Secure Digital) or microSD (from GoPro, Osmo, Yi, DJI, drone) or CF (Compact Flash) to an external solid state drive (SSD) using only an iPhone, USB hub, and a cheap battery pack. This method doesn’t require a laptop, PC, Mac, computer, Macbook, or anything else. You can copy files in the field from your camera to a portable SSD, this case a SanDisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD.
Assuming you can charge up your phone, cameras, and the portable battery pack, you can keep filming and photographing in the field until you fill up your cards, chips, and the 2TB backup. This is awesome for film makers, travelers, photographers, videographers, vloggers, bloggers, creators, and influencers.

This method will also work copying from the USB port of your camera through the hub using the iPhone to the SSD. Just connect your camera, put it into USB mass storage mode, connect it to the hub, and follow the rest of the instructions in the video. The Sandisk SSD is formatted exFAT.
Aaron also talks about the folder delete but doesn’t totally delete bug in iOS13.

How to copy from an SD card to an external laptop USB hard drive: https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk

0:07 Overview
3:54 What you need to make this work
6:11 Connect the camera adapter
6:34 Files app
7:01 Insert SD card into hub
7:35 Connect the battery
7:49 SD card shows up on phone
8:40 Plug in SSD to Hub and shows up on iPhone
9:03 Plug in CF/SD reader
9:46 Add microSD card to the USB hub
10:48 File copy/paste procedure from SD to SSD
11:03 Create a new folder on the SSD
12:18 Copy from microSD to SSD
13:20 Copy from Compact Flash CF to SSD (single file select)
14:39 Delete folder bug in iOS13
16:33 How to connect to a HDD https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk
16:44 Ejecting Devices
18:54 Apple 3.5mm adapter

Required components

Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V
Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU
Get the PNY T2200 2200mAh 1 Amp PowerPack on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2A53idR
Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter: https://amzn.to/2NUlsXY
Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7

Additional items in the video

Get the Apple SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2PYcBa5
Apple Lightning to USB C cable: https://amzn.to/34JtOaS
Belkin Lighting to 3.5mm and power adapter: https://amzn.to/2PWshur

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In-Depth How to Video for copying files using only an iPhone Aaron shows you how to back up your SD (Secure Digital) or microSD (from GoPro, Osmo, Yi, DJI, drone) or CF (Compact Flash) to an external solid state drive (SSD) using only an iPhone, In-Depth How to Video for copying files using only an iPhone Aaron shows you how to back up your SD (Secure Digital) or microSD (from GoPro, Osmo, Yi, DJI, drone) or CF (Compact Flash) to an external solid state drive (SSD) using only an iPhone, USB hub, and a cheap battery pack. This method doesn’t require a laptop, PC, Mac, computer, Macbook, or anything else. You can copy files in the field from your camera to a portable SSD, this case a SanDisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD. Assuming you can charge up your phone, cameras, and the portable battery pack, you can keep filming and photographing in the field until you fill up your cards, chips, and the 2TB backup. This is awesome for film makers, travelers, photographers, videographers, vloggers, bloggers, creators, and influencers. This method will also work copying from the USB port of your camera through the hub using the iPhone to the SSD. Just connect your camera, put it into USB mass storage mode, connect it to the hub, and follow the rest of the instructions in the video. The Sandisk SSD is formatted exFAT. Aaron also talks about the folder delete but doesn’t totally delete bug in iOS13. How to copy from an SD card to an external laptop USB hard drive: https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk 0:07 Overview 3:54 What you need to make this work 6:11 Connect the camera adapter 6:34 Files app 7:01 Insert SD card into hub 7:35 Connect the battery 7:49 SD card shows up on phone 8:40 Plug in SSD to Hub and shows up on iPhone 9:03 Plug in CF/SD reader 9:46 Add microSD card to the USB hub 10:48 File copy/paste procedure from SD to SSD 11:03 Create a new folder on the SSD 12:18 Copy from microSD to SSD 13:20 Copy from Compact Flash CF to SSD (single file select) 14:39 Delete folder bug in iOS13 16:33 How to connect to a HDD https://youtu.be/21O64lMAXZk 16:44 Ejecting Devices 18:54 Apple 3.5mm adapter Required components Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Get the PNY T2200 2200mAh 1 Amp PowerPack on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2A53idR Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera Adapter: https://amzn.to/2NUlsXY Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7 Additional items in the video Get the Apple SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2PYcBa5 Apple Lightning to USB C cable: https://amzn.to/34JtOaS Belkin Lighting to 3.5mm and power adapter: https://amzn.to/2PWshur Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 18:15 5897
Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD Review REAL WORLD RESULTS https://www.ncexped.com/sandisk-2tb-ssd-review/ Tue, 10 Sep 2019 20:51:26 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5890 https://www.ncexped.com/sandisk-2tb-ssd-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/sandisk-2tb-ssd-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron unboxes and reviews the Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD (solid state drive). He tests it in the following ways: With the USB-C cable plugged directly into the iMac Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-C hub Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-3.0 hub Copying to and from the Sandisk Drive He tests with Black Magic but also REAL-WORLD tests with 4.7GB and 16GB folders back and forth from the Sandisk to the iMac SSD. This way you don’t see just a test anyway can do but with real-world folders transferred back and forth like you would do. 1:09 Portable USB C and 3.0 hub options 1:46 Unboxing 3:10 Size vs iPhone Xs 4:06 Real world dimensions 4:54 How drive initially powers up on iMac with built-in files 6:48 Black magic theoretical performance 8:29 USB-C 3.0 connector options and performance 13:59 USB 3.0 powered hub performance 16:34 Initial failure test 17:22 Real-world file copy discussion 17:47 Real-world 4.7GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD 18:27 Real-world 16GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD 19:34 Copy 4.7GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD 20:36 Copy 16GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/sandisk-2tb-ssd-review/">Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD Review REAL WORLD RESULTS</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron unboxes and reviews the Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD (solid state drive). He tests it in the following ways:
With the USB-C cable plugged directly into the iMac
Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-C hub
Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-3.0 hub
Copying to and from the Sandisk Drive

He tests with Black Magic but also REAL-WORLD tests with 4.7GB and 16GB folders back and forth from the Sandisk to the iMac SSD. This way you don’t see just a test anyway can do but with real-world folders transferred back and forth like you would do.

1:09 Portable USB C and 3.0 hub options
1:46 Unboxing
3:10 Size vs iPhone Xs
4:06 Real world dimensions
4:54 How drive initially powers up on iMac with built-in files
6:48 Black magic theoretical performance
8:29 USB-C 3.0 connector options and performance
13:59 USB 3.0 powered hub performance
16:34 Initial failure test
17:22 Real-world file copy discussion
17:47 Real-world 4.7GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD
18:27 Real-world 16GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD
19:34 Copy 4.7GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD
20:36 Copy 16GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD

Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V
Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU
Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7

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Aaron unboxes and reviews the Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD (solid state drive). He tests it in the following ways: With the USB-C cable plugged directly into the iMac Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-C hub Using a USB-C to USB... Aaron unboxes and reviews the Sandisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD (solid state drive). He tests it in the following ways: With the USB-C cable plugged directly into the iMac Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-C hub Using a USB-C to USB-3.0 converter with a USB-3.0 hub Copying to and from the Sandisk Drive He tests with Black Magic but also REAL-WORLD tests with 4.7GB and 16GB folders back and forth from the Sandisk to the iMac SSD. This way you don’t see just a test anyway can do but with real-world folders transferred back and forth like you would do. 1:09 Portable USB C and 3.0 hub options 1:46 Unboxing 3:10 Size vs iPhone Xs 4:06 Real world dimensions 4:54 How drive initially powers up on iMac with built-in files 6:48 Black magic theoretical performance 8:29 USB-C 3.0 connector options and performance 13:59 USB 3.0 powered hub performance 16:34 Initial failure test 17:22 Real-world file copy discussion 17:47 Real-world 4.7GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD 18:27 Real-world 16GB folder copy to SSD from iMac SSD 19:34 Copy 4.7GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD 20:36 Copy 16GB from Sandisk to iMac SSD Get the Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD) at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Get the Uni USB-C hub on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Get additional USB-C to USB-3 cables from the video: https://amzn.to/2Q13Ko7 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 26:21 5890
Best Stainless small Coffee Mug – Review Yeti 12oz bottle with Hot Shot Cap https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-small-coffee-mug-review-yeti-12oz-bottle-with-hot-shot-cap/ Mon, 09 Sep 2019 22:38:19 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5869 https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-small-coffee-mug-review-yeti-12oz-bottle-with-hot-shot-cap/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-small-coffee-mug-review-yeti-12oz-bottle-with-hot-shot-cap/feed/ 0 <p>  The newest addition to the Yeti Rambler series is the 12oz mini-thermos with the Hot Shot Cap. This is Yeti’s take on the classic flip or twist and drink type thermos lids. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this style lid. He also shows how the 12oz mug might fit into your hot or cold drink arsenal. Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90 Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-stainless-small-coffee-mug-review-yeti-12oz-bottle-with-hot-shot-cap/">Best Stainless small Coffee Mug – Review Yeti 12oz bottle with Hot Shot Cap</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

The newest addition to the Yeti Rambler series is the 12oz mini-thermos with the Hot Shot Cap. This is Yeti’s take on the classic flip or twist and drink type thermos lids. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this style lid. He also shows how the 12oz mug might fit into your hot or cold drink arsenal.

Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90

Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K

Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq

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  The newest addition to the Yeti Rambler series is the 12oz mini-thermos with the Hot Shot Cap. This is Yeti’s take on the classic flip or twist and drink type thermos lids. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this style lid.   The newest addition to the Yeti Rambler series is the 12oz mini-thermos with the Hot Shot Cap. This is Yeti’s take on the classic flip or twist and drink type thermos lids. Aaron talks about the good and bad of this style lid. He also shows how the 12oz mug might fit into your hot or cold drink arsenal. Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90 Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:22 5869
How to Get Past Looking Like a Mess Working Out? – Fit in Your Forties https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-past-looking-like-a-mess-working-out-fit-in-your-forties/ Sat, 07 Sep 2019 21:11:58 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5887 https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-past-looking-like-a-mess-working-out-fit-in-your-forties/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-past-looking-like-a-mess-working-out-fit-in-your-forties/feed/ 0 <p>It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, and not looking like a mess when you’re sweating. Running, lifting, yoga, pilates (if you’re hard-core), will make you look like a wreck. In your forties, you want to make a good impression.  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-to-get-past-looking-like-a-mess-working-out-fit-in-your-forties/">How to Get Past Looking Like a Mess Working Out? – Fit in Your Forties</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, and not looking like a mess when you’re sweating. Running, lifting, yoga, pilates (if you’re hard-core), will make you look like a wreck. In your forties, you want to make a good impression.

 

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It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, and not looking like a mess when you’re sweating. Running, lifting, yoga, pilates (if you’re hard-core), will make you look like a wreck. In your forties, you want to make a good impression.   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 11:04 5887
Flip Top Lid for Yeti – Review Yeti Bottle Straw Cap Rambler https://www.ncexped.com/flip-top-lid-for-yeti-review-yeti-bottle-straw-cap-rambler/ Fri, 06 Sep 2019 22:32:56 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5866 https://www.ncexped.com/flip-top-lid-for-yeti-review-yeti-bottle-straw-cap-rambler/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/flip-top-lid-for-yeti-review-yeti-bottle-straw-cap-rambler/feed/ 0 <p>  Yeti’s flip top lid with a straw is a neat addition to the Yeti line. Designed for cold drinks, you can now flip and sip without worrying about spilling your drinks. Aaron does a flip upside down test and shows how it fits into the Rambler line of Yeti products. Get the Yeti Bottle Straw Cap Rambler at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZLsGjd Yeti 18oz Rambler tumbler: https://amzn.to/2GdBw3N Yeti 26oz Rambler bottle: https://amzn.to/2WMgb6Q Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90 Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/flip-top-lid-for-yeti-review-yeti-bottle-straw-cap-rambler/">Flip Top Lid for Yeti – Review Yeti Bottle Straw Cap Rambler</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

 

Yeti’s flip top lid with a straw is a neat addition to the Yeti line. Designed for cold drinks, you can now flip and sip without worrying about spilling your drinks. Aaron does a flip upside down test and shows how it fits into the Rambler line of Yeti products.

Get the Yeti Bottle Straw Cap Rambler at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZLsGjd

Yeti 18oz Rambler tumbler: https://amzn.to/2GdBw3N

Yeti 26oz Rambler bottle: https://amzn.to/2WMgb6Q

Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90

Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K

Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6

Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq

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  Yeti’s flip top lid with a straw is a neat addition to the Yeti line. Designed for cold drinks, you can now flip and sip without worrying about spilling your drinks. Aaron does a flip upside down test and shows how it fits into the Rambler line of Ye...   Yeti’s flip top lid with a straw is a neat addition to the Yeti line. Designed for cold drinks, you can now flip and sip without worrying about spilling your drinks. Aaron does a flip upside down test and shows how it fits into the Rambler line of Yeti products. Get the Yeti Bottle Straw Cap Rambler at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZLsGjd Yeti 18oz Rambler tumbler: https://amzn.to/2GdBw3N Yeti 26oz Rambler bottle: https://amzn.to/2WMgb6Q Get the Yeti 12oz with Hot Shot Cap at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ZNQL90 Get the Yeti 20oz mug at Amazon:  https://amzn.to/2HXtk9K Get the magslide magnetic lid: https://amzn.to/2LjSAX6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NKode6 Get the Yeti 10oz Rambler cup handle at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MUjNSq Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:44 5866
How to Copy an SD card to a Hard Drive using only an iPhone iPad iOS 13 NO LAPTOP https://www.ncexped.com/copy-sd-to-hdd-no-laptop/ Thu, 05 Sep 2019 22:41:56 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5871 https://www.ncexped.com/copy-sd-to-hdd-no-laptop/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/copy-sd-to-hdd-no-laptop/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron shows you how to use an iPhone through a powered USB hub to copy an SD card to a HDD/SSD without a laptop. It is now possible to use only an iPhone to copy or backup an SD card to a HDD (hard disk drive) through a USB hub without using a laptop. This is huge for travelers, backpackers, adventurers, and film makers. Having all of your footage on a single SD card is scary. Losing or having the card fail can be catastrophic. Often it’s not possible to have a laptop while backpacking or traveling. Aaron shows how to use a powered USB hub to run access a portable hard drive using an iPhone Xs. Aaron shows the process of using IOS 13’s File app for connecting, copying, pasting, creating folders, navigation, and ejecting devices. This is great for photographers, videographers, drone operators, filmmakers, adventurers, travelers, and the like. This technique works for SD, CF, Compact Flash, QXD, and any other card you can think of. You can even copy your USB mass storage camera/camcorder to a HDD/SDD using your iPhone or iPad. Video table of contents 0:13 SD to HDD and thumb drives overview 2:04 Files on iOS 12 and iOS 13 2:24 Hardware overview 2:39 Powered USB hub options 3:17 Required iPhone adapter 3:29 Wall power for phone 3:41 SD card to phone 3:58 How the iPhone handles non-standard file formats like Canon camcorders or Sony RX100 4:29 How to connect everything 5:41 Inserting & Detecting SD card 6:40 Connecting HDD to iPhone 7:11 How to copy a folder of the SD card 7:33 Creating and naming a folder on the HDD using iPhone 7:59 How to paste file from SD to HDD – special trick 8:13 Beginning paste from SD to HDD 10:28 Finished copy from SD to HDD 11:05 Why use a powered hub with HDD 11:15 Viewing files on HDD 11:42 Overview of ejecting all devices, risks, indicators 12:30 Eject SD card 12:54 Eject HDD (portable laptop hard drive) 13:22 Why SD backups matter (saved $10,000 shoot) 15:08 Other iOS 13 features 15:08 Plug in 64GB Sandisk SD chip 15:14 How to copy any camcorder or other folder 16:19 Future How To SD to SD video plan 16:56 Device eject issues and indication 17:08 HDD drive light indicator 17:14 SD card reader access light indicator How to use external storage on iPad and iPhone with iOS 13 Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iPadOS Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iOS 13 Get the products in this video on Amazon LaCie 2TB Hard disk (HDD): https://amzn.to/2Lmjv4A Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD): https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Sandisk 64GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2HMPits Sandisk 32GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2Ln0hfv Sandisk USB 64GB thumb drive: https://amzn.to/2zQq6h8 USB and SD card reader hub: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Lightning to USB & power adapter: https://amzn.to/2LlJB87 Lighting SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2NOAiz6</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/copy-sd-to-hdd-no-laptop/">How to Copy an SD card to a Hard Drive using only an iPhone iPad iOS 13 NO LAPTOP</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron shows you how to use an iPhone through a powered USB hub to copy an SD card to a HDD/SSD without a laptop.

It is now possible to use only an iPhone to copy or backup an SD card to a HDD (hard disk drive) through a USB hub without using a laptop. This is huge for travelers, backpackers, adventurers, and film makers. Having all of your footage on a single SD card is scary. Losing or having the card fail can be catastrophic. Often it’s not possible to have a laptop while backpacking or traveling. Aaron shows how to use a powered USB hub to run access a portable hard drive using an iPhone Xs.

Aaron shows the process of using IOS 13’s File app for connecting, copying, pasting, creating folders, navigation, and ejecting devices. This is great for photographers, videographers, drone operators, filmmakers, adventurers, travelers, and the like. This technique works for SD, CF, Compact Flash, QXD, and any other card you can think of. You can even copy your USB mass storage camera/camcorder to a HDD/SDD using your iPhone or iPad.

Video table of contents

0:13 SD to HDD and thumb drives overview
2:04 Files on iOS 12 and iOS 13
2:24 Hardware overview
2:39 Powered USB hub options
3:17 Required iPhone adapter
3:29 Wall power for phone
3:41 SD card to phone
3:58 How the iPhone handles non-standard file formats like Canon camcorders or Sony RX100
4:29 How to connect everything
5:41 Inserting & Detecting SD card
6:40 Connecting HDD to iPhone
7:11 How to copy a folder of the SD card
7:33 Creating and naming a folder on the HDD using iPhone
7:59 How to paste file from SD to HDD – special trick
8:13 Beginning paste from SD to HDD
10:28 Finished copy from SD to HDD
11:05 Why use a powered hub with HDD
11:15 Viewing files on HDD
11:42 Overview of ejecting all devices, risks, indicators
12:30 Eject SD card
12:54 Eject HDD (portable laptop hard drive)
13:22 Why SD backups matter (saved $10,000 shoot)
15:08 Other iOS 13 features
15:08 Plug in 64GB Sandisk SD chip
15:14 How to copy any camcorder or other folder
16:19 Future How To SD to SD video plan
16:56 Device eject issues and indication
17:08 HDD drive light indicator
17:14 SD card reader access light indicator

How to use external storage on iPad and iPhone with iOS 13
Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iPadOS
Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iOS 13

Get the products in this video on Amazon

LaCie 2TB Hard disk (HDD): https://amzn.to/2Lmjv4A
Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD): https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V
Sandisk 64GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2HMPits
Sandisk 32GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2Ln0hfv
Sandisk USB 64GB thumb drive: https://amzn.to/2zQq6h8
USB and SD card reader hub: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU
Lightning to USB & power adapter: https://amzn.to/2LlJB87
Lighting SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2NOAiz6

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Aaron shows you how to use an iPhone through a powered USB hub to copy an SD card to a HDD/SSD without a laptop. It is now possible to use only an iPhone to copy or backup an SD card to a HDD (hard disk drive) through a USB hub without using a laptop. Aaron shows you how to use an iPhone through a powered USB hub to copy an SD card to a HDD/SSD without a laptop. It is now possible to use only an iPhone to copy or backup an SD card to a HDD (hard disk drive) through a USB hub without using a laptop. This is huge for travelers, backpackers, adventurers, and film makers. Having all of your footage on a single SD card is scary. Losing or having the card fail can be catastrophic. Often it’s not possible to have a laptop while backpacking or traveling. Aaron shows how to use a powered USB hub to run access a portable hard drive using an iPhone Xs. Aaron shows the process of using IOS 13’s File app for connecting, copying, pasting, creating folders, navigation, and ejecting devices. This is great for photographers, videographers, drone operators, filmmakers, adventurers, travelers, and the like. This technique works for SD, CF, Compact Flash, QXD, and any other card you can think of. You can even copy your USB mass storage camera/camcorder to a HDD/SDD using your iPhone or iPad. Video table of contents 0:13 SD to HDD and thumb drives overview 2:04 Files on iOS 12 and iOS 13 2:24 Hardware overview 2:39 Powered USB hub options 3:17 Required iPhone adapter 3:29 Wall power for phone 3:41 SD card to phone 3:58 How the iPhone handles non-standard file formats like Canon camcorders or Sony RX100 4:29 How to connect everything 5:41 Inserting & Detecting SD card 6:40 Connecting HDD to iPhone 7:11 How to copy a folder of the SD card 7:33 Creating and naming a folder on the HDD using iPhone 7:59 How to paste file from SD to HDD – special trick 8:13 Beginning paste from SD to HDD 10:28 Finished copy from SD to HDD 11:05 Why use a powered hub with HDD 11:15 Viewing files on HDD 11:42 Overview of ejecting all devices, risks, indicators 12:30 Eject SD card 12:54 Eject HDD (portable laptop hard drive) 13:22 Why SD backups matter (saved $10,000 shoot) 15:08 Other iOS 13 features 15:08 Plug in 64GB Sandisk SD chip 15:14 How to copy any camcorder or other folder 16:19 Future How To SD to SD video plan 16:56 Device eject issues and indication 17:08 HDD drive light indicator 17:14 SD card reader access light indicator How to use external storage on iPad and iPhone with iOS 13 Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iPadOS Everything you need to know about external hard drives and iOS 13 Get the products in this video on Amazon LaCie 2TB Hard disk (HDD): https://amzn.to/2Lmjv4A Sandisk 2TB Solid state drive (SDD): https://amzn.to/2NSvo3V Sandisk 64GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2HMPits Sandisk 32GB SD card: https://amzn.to/2Ln0hfv Sandisk USB 64GB thumb drive: https://amzn.to/2zQq6h8 USB and SD card reader hub: https://amzn.to/2NOvIAU Lightning to USB & power adapter: https://amzn.to/2LlJB87 Lighting SD card reader: https://amzn.to/2NOAiz6 Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 18:15 5871
Best Knife Lube – Review Sentry Tuf Glide https://www.ncexped.com/best-knife-lube-review-sentry-tuf-glide/ Wed, 04 Sep 2019 22:27:49 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5863 https://www.ncexped.com/best-knife-lube-review-sentry-tuf-glide/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-knife-lube-review-sentry-tuf-glide/feed/ 0 <p>Tuf Glide is one of the better products on the market to keep your knives, fishing reels, and firearms lubricated. Aaron has used the product for several years with great success (for guns too). Aaron shows how he uses it and how well it works. He uses this on all of his folding knives to keep them moving smoothly. Get Tuf Glide on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HuXpLc Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY Reviews of knives shown in this video: Zero Tolerance Hinderer: https://youtu.be/25aiRHK-5pE Benchmade Stryker: https://youtu.be/qc6Tsvs7QcY Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-knife-lube-review-sentry-tuf-glide/">Best Knife Lube – Review Sentry Tuf Glide</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Tuf Glide is one of the better products on the market to keep your knives, fishing reels, and firearms lubricated. Aaron has used the product for several years with great success (for guns too). Aaron shows how he uses it and how well it works. He uses this on all of his folding knives to keep them moving smoothly.

Get Tuf Glide on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HuXpLc
Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg
Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY

Reviews of knives shown in this video:
Zero Tolerance Hinderer: https://youtu.be/25aiRHK-5pE
Benchmade Stryker: https://youtu.be/qc6Tsvs7QcY

Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D

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Tuf Glide is one of the better products on the market to keep your knives, fishing reels, and firearms lubricated. Aaron has used the product for several years with great success (for guns too). Aaron shows how he uses it and how well it works. Tuf Glide is one of the better products on the market to keep your knives, fishing reels, and firearms lubricated. Aaron has used the product for several years with great success (for guns too). Aaron shows how he uses it and how well it works. He uses this on all of his folding knives to keep them moving smoothly. Get Tuf Glide on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HuXpLc Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY Reviews of knives shown in this video: Zero Tolerance Hinderer: https://youtu.be/25aiRHK-5pE Benchmade Stryker: https://youtu.be/qc6Tsvs7QcY Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 10:44 5863
Review Gerber EVO Jr. Folding Knife https://www.ncexped.com/review-gerber-evo-jr-folding-knife/ Tue, 03 Sep 2019 21:07:30 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5857 https://www.ncexped.com/review-gerber-evo-jr-folding-knife/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/review-gerber-evo-jr-folding-knife/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron has owned and used his Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife for over a decade. He talks about how he uses it, the good and the bad, and how it fits into his arsenal of knives. The steel is good and the price is incredible for what you get. Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/review-gerber-evo-jr-folding-knife/">Review Gerber EVO Jr. Folding Knife</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron has owned and used his Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife for over a decade. He talks about how he uses it, the good and the bad, and how it fits into his arsenal of knives. The steel is good and the price is incredible for what you get.

Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY

Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg

Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D

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Aaron has owned and used his Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife for over a decade. He talks about how he uses it, the good and the bad, and how it fits into his arsenal of knives. The steel is good and the price is incredible for what you get. Aaron has owned and used his Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife for over a decade. He talks about how he uses it, the good and the bad, and how it fits into his arsenal of knives. The steel is good and the price is incredible for what you get. Get the Gerber EVO Jr. Folding knife on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MTpDTY Get the Zero Tolerance Hinderer on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2WBJ4lg Get the Smith Sharpener: https://amzn.to/2RG1G4D Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:25 5857
Best budget water resistant earbuds for running – Pioneer Ironman earbuds https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-water-resistant-earbuds-for-running-pioneer-ironman-earbuds/ Mon, 02 Sep 2019 20:00:05 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5855 https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-water-resistant-earbuds-for-running-pioneer-ironman-earbuds/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-water-resistant-earbuds-for-running-pioneer-ironman-earbuds/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron has tried many different earbuds and earphones for running without much success. He found the Pioneer Ironman water resistant earbuds and decided to give them a try – incredible. They’ve weathered the most brutal rain on the Oregon coast during the winter. They’ve survived sunscreen leaking into them and they still work. And the price is incredible. Aaron talks about the cable, length, sound quality, water proofing, connection, options for connecting to Apple lightning devices, and how they feel in this video. Get the Pioneer Ironman earbuds at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MRuVzx Get the Apple 3.5mm (1/8”) to Lightning adapter at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Lhrccska Get professional Sony MDR-7506 earphones here: https://amzn.to/2zLAOWg Aaron’s review of the Sony MDR-7506: https://youtu.be/cjncC40K8Pw</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-budget-water-resistant-earbuds-for-running-pioneer-ironman-earbuds/">Best budget water resistant earbuds for running – Pioneer Ironman earbuds</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron has tried many different earbuds and earphones for running without much success. He found the Pioneer Ironman water resistant earbuds and decided to give them a try – incredible. They’ve weathered the most brutal rain on the Oregon coast during the winter. They’ve survived sunscreen leaking into them and they still work. And the price is incredible. Aaron talks about the cable, length, sound quality, water proofing, connection, options for connecting to Apple lightning devices, and how they feel in this video.

Get the Pioneer Ironman earbuds at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MRuVzx

Get the Apple 3.5mm (1/8”) to Lightning adapter at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Lhrccska

Get professional Sony MDR-7506 earphones here: https://amzn.to/2zLAOWg

Aaron’s review of the Sony MDR-7506: https://youtu.be/cjncC40K8Pw

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Aaron has tried many different earbuds and earphones for running without much success. He found the Pioneer Ironman water resistant earbuds and decided to give them a try – incredible. They’ve weathered the most brutal rain on the Oregon coast during t... Aaron has tried many different earbuds and earphones for running without much success. He found the Pioneer Ironman water resistant earbuds and decided to give them a try – incredible. They’ve weathered the most brutal rain on the Oregon coast during the winter. They’ve survived sunscreen leaking into them and they still work. And the price is incredible. Aaron talks about the cable, length, sound quality, water proofing, connection, options for connecting to Apple lightning devices, and how they feel in this video. Get the Pioneer Ironman earbuds at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MRuVzx Get the Apple 3.5mm (1/8”) to Lightning adapter at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Lhrccska Get professional Sony MDR-7506 earphones here: https://amzn.to/2zLAOWg Aaron’s review of the Sony MDR-7506: https://youtu.be/cjncC40K8Pw Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 12:29 5855
Best Extreme Adventure Headlamp – Review Black Diamond Storm https://www.ncexped.com/best-extreme-adventure-headlamp-review-black-diamond-storm/ Fri, 30 Aug 2019 22:46:52 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5837 https://www.ncexped.com/best-extreme-adventure-headlamp-review-black-diamond-storm/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-extreme-adventure-headlamp-review-black-diamond-storm/feed/ 0 <p>Which headlamp do you choose for your extreme adventure? Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Storm headlamp. It has improved waterproofing and has plenty of power for adventures. He shares the pluses and minuses of the headlamp. He also talks about it relative to the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp. Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108 Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-extreme-adventure-headlamp-review-black-diamond-storm/">Best Extreme Adventure Headlamp – Review Black Diamond Storm</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Which headlamp do you choose for your extreme adventure? Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Storm headlamp. It has improved waterproofing and has plenty of power for adventures. He shares the pluses and minuses of the headlamp. He also talks about it relative to the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp.

Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN
Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK
Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108
Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE

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Which headlamp do you choose for your extreme adventure? Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Storm headlamp. It has improved waterproofing and has plenty of power for adventures. He shares the pluses and minuses of the headlamp. Which headlamp do you choose for your extreme adventure? Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Storm headlamp. It has improved waterproofing and has plenty of power for adventures. He shares the pluses and minuses of the headlamp. He also talks about it relative to the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp. Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108 Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:58 5837
Podcast Best Rechargeable Headlamp – Review Black Diamond Revolt https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-rechargeable-headlamp-review-black-diamond-revolt/ Thu, 29 Aug 2019 22:45:00 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5835 https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-rechargeable-headlamp-review-black-diamond-revolt/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-rechargeable-headlamp-review-black-diamond-revolt/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews one of the most unique rechargeable headlamps on the market today. The Black Diamond Revolt is a great option for your outdoor nighttime pursuits. He talks about the weight, why you might like it, and the drawbacks. He also talks about the different battery options. Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108 Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-rechargeable-headlamp-review-black-diamond-revolt/">Podcast Best Rechargeable Headlamp – Review Black Diamond Revolt</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Aaron reviews one of the most unique rechargeable headlamps on the market today. The Black Diamond Revolt is a great option for your outdoor nighttime pursuits. He talks about the weight, why you might like it, and the drawbacks. He also talks about the different battery options.

Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK
Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108
Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN
Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE

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Aaron reviews one of the most unique rechargeable headlamps on the market today. The Black Diamond Revolt is a great option for your outdoor nighttime pursuits. He talks about the weight, why you might like it, and the drawbacks. Aaron reviews one of the most unique rechargeable headlamps on the market today. The Black Diamond Revolt is a great option for your outdoor nighttime pursuits. He talks about the weight, why you might like it, and the drawbacks. He also talks about the different battery options. Get the Black Diamond Revolt headlamp: https://amzn.to/2Zsf6RK Get the Black Diamond Spot headlamp: https://amzn.to/325h108 Get the Black Diamond Storm headlamp: https://amzn.to/2ZiocoN Get Energizer Lithium batteries: https://amzn.to/2NvSYDE Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:49 5835
Podcast Best Inexpensive Multi-Use Climbing Helmet – Review Black Diamond Half Dome https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-inexpensive-multi-use-climbing-helmet-review-black-diamond-half-dome/ Wed, 28 Aug 2019 22:41:42 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5831 https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-inexpensive-multi-use-climbing-helmet-review-black-diamond-half-dome/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-inexpensive-multi-use-climbing-helmet-review-black-diamond-half-dome/feed/ 0 <p>Which climbing helmet do you choose when you start climbing? There are two basic choices – hard shell and styrofoam shell. Each has its advantages and drawbacks. Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Half Dome and why it might be a great helmet for your climbing outings. Get the Half Dome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KY8pmn</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-best-inexpensive-multi-use-climbing-helmet-review-black-diamond-half-dome/">Podcast Best Inexpensive Multi-Use Climbing Helmet – Review Black Diamond Half Dome</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Which climbing helmet do you choose when you start climbing? There are two basic choices – hard shell and styrofoam shell. Each has its advantages and drawbacks. Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Half Dome and why it might be a great helmet for your climbing outings.

Get the Half Dome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KY8pmn

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Which climbing helmet do you choose when you start climbing? There are two basic choices – hard shell and styrofoam shell. Each has its advantages and drawbacks. Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Half Dome and why it might be a gr... Which climbing helmet do you choose when you start climbing? There are two basic choices – hard shell and styrofoam shell. Each has its advantages and drawbacks. Aaron talks about his experience with the Black Diamond Half Dome and why it might be a great helmet for your climbing outings. Get the Half Dome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KY8pmn Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 13:39 5831
Fit in Your Forties – Best Time to Work Out Exercise https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out-exercise/ Tue, 27 Aug 2019 19:46:37 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5808 https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out-exercise/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out-exercise/feed/ 0 <p>What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day. This is part of Aaron’s series of getting and staying fit in your forties. This decade should be the golden age of your life. You still have the energy to do some amazing things. You are entering the peak earning years of your life. And yet, you have no energy, you feel flabby, and you don’t feel strong. What’s wrong? Likely years of a sedentary lifestyle is finally catching up to you. Aaron is here to help remedy that problem with this series of Fit Forties. Download the audio of this video as a podcast Get a copy of Aaron’s books Link to Antarctic Tears by Aaron Linsdau, Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2SJGdoH</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out-exercise/">Fit in Your Forties – Best Time to Work Out Exercise</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day.

This is part of Aaron’s series of getting and staying fit in your forties. This decade should be the golden age of your life. You still have the energy to do some amazing things. You are entering the peak earning years of your life. And yet, you have no energy, you feel flabby, and you don’t feel strong. What’s wrong? Likely years of a sedentary lifestyle is finally catching up to you. Aaron is here to help remedy that problem with this series of Fit Forties.

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Get a copy of Aaron’s books

Adventure Expedition One
Lost at Windy Corner
Antarctic Tears

Link to Antarctic Tears by Aaron Linsdau, Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2SJGdoH

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What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day. This is part of Aaron’s series of getting and staying fit in your forties. This decade should be the golden age of your life. You still have the energy to do some amazing things. You are entering the peak earning years of your life. And yet, you have no energy, you feel flabby, and you don’t feel strong. What’s wrong? Likely years of a sedentary lifestyle is finally catching up to you. Aaron is here to help remedy that problem with this series of Fit Forties. Download the audio of this video as a podcast Get a copy of Aaron’s books Link to Antarctic Tears by Aaron Linsdau, Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2SJGdoH Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 14:15 5808
Podcast Review Cosori 5.8 Quart Air Fryer – Great for Keto and Carnivore Diets https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/ Tue, 27 Aug 2019 19:30:12 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5821 https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this episode. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out. Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/podcast-review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/">Podcast Review Cosori 5.8 Quart Air Fryer – Great for Keto and Carnivore Diets</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this episode. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out.

Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY
Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB
Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT

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Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this episode. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amaz... Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this episode. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out. Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 15:58 5821
Fit in Your Forties Podcast – Best Time to Work Out https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out/ Tue, 27 Aug 2019 19:17:59 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5819 https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out/feed/ 0 <p>What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/fit-in-your-forties-best-time-to-work-out/">Fit in Your Forties Podcast – Best Time to Work Out</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day.

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What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 14:15 5819
Best inexpensive car camping 2-pole tent – Coleman Sundome Tent Review https://www.ncexped.com/best-inexpensive-car-camping-2-pole-tent-coleman-sundome-tent-review/ Tue, 27 Aug 2019 02:06:24 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5795 https://www.ncexped.com/best-inexpensive-car-camping-2-pole-tent-coleman-sundome-tent-review/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/best-inexpensive-car-camping-2-pole-tent-coleman-sundome-tent-review/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron owns several expedition and ultralight tents but he doesn’t car camp with them. Instead, he uses the Coleman Sundome tent. It’s amazing how easy this tent is to set up. It’s lasted incredibly long for how low the price is. Aaron shows what it’s like to pitch it, live in it, and break it down. He also shows his tent storage technique to make it easy for the next use. Coleman tent setup Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y Get the Western Mountaineering Megalite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ Get the Therma-a-Rest Z-Lite on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW Download the audio of this video as a podcast Get a copy of Aaron’s books</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/best-inexpensive-car-camping-2-pole-tent-coleman-sundome-tent-review/">Best inexpensive car camping 2-pole tent – Coleman Sundome Tent Review</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron owns several expedition and ultralight tents but he doesn’t car camp with them. Instead, he uses the Coleman Sundome tent. It’s amazing how easy this tent is to set up. It’s lasted incredibly long for how low the price is. Aaron shows what it’s like to pitch it, live in it, and break it down. He also shows his tent storage technique to make it easy for the next use.
Coleman tent setup

Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y
Get the Western Mountaineering Megalite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H
Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ
Get the Therma-a-Rest Z-Lite on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW

Download the audio of this video as a podcast

Right-click and choose “Save link as…” to download the audio of this video as a podcast.

Get a copy of Aaron’s books

Adventure Expedition One
Lost at Windy Corner
Antarctic Tears

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Aaron owns several expedition and ultralight tents but he doesn’t car camp with them. Instead, he uses the Coleman Sundome tent. It’s amazing how easy this tent is to set up. It’s lasted incredibly long for how low the price is. Aaron owns several expedition and ultralight tents but he doesn’t car camp with them. Instead, he uses the Coleman Sundome tent. It’s amazing how easy this tent is to set up. It’s lasted incredibly long for how low the price is. Aaron shows what it’s like to pitch it, live in it, and break it down. He also shows his tent storage technique to make it easy for the next use. Coleman tent setup Get the Coleman Sundome on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zkjz8Y Get the Western Mountaineering Megalite: https://amzn.to/2XJHm1H Get the Sea to Summit Ultra-sil bags: https://amzn.to/2DAxAqZ Get the Therma-a-Rest Z-Lite on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HPjmWW Download the audio of this video as a podcast Get a copy of Aaron’s books Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 5795
Review Cosori 5.8 Quart Air Fryer – Great for Keto and Carnivore Diets https://www.ncexped.com/review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/ Fri, 23 Aug 2019 22:45:44 +0000 https://www.ncexped.com/?p=5779 https://www.ncexped.com/review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/feed/ 0 <p>Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this video. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out. Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT Download the audio as a podcast</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/review-cosori-5-8-quart-air-fryer-great-for-keto-and-carnivore-diets/">Review Cosori 5.8 Quart Air Fryer – Great for Keto and Carnivore Diets</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this video. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out.

Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY
Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB
Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT

Download the audio as a podcast

Right-click and choose “Save link as…” to download the audio of this video as a podcast.

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Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this video. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazin... Aaron reviews the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer in this video. He talks about the general usage, cooking, and cleanup of the unit. He tries it for the first time cooking chicken and a rib eye steak. This little unit is pretty interesting to use and amazingly easy. It can replace an outside grill for people who don’t have the room, live in places where an outdoor grill isn’t possible, or are experiencing bad weather. You just might use it to cook many of your meals. Check out. Get the Cosori 5.8 quart air fryer on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zn6ZFY Get Duck Fat Spray on Amazon: https://amzn.to/31YRWUB Get Old Bay seasoning on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KQquCT Download the audio as a podcast Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 5779
Talk in Sequim, WA https://www.ncexped.com/talk-in-sequim-wa/ Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:34:37 +0000 http://www.ncexped.com/?p=4187 https://www.ncexped.com/talk-in-sequim-wa/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/talk-in-sequim-wa/feed/ 0 <p>On January 19, 2017, at 7pm, I will speak to Boy Scout Troop 90 and the Sequim community about my solo expedition to the South Pole. I will talk about what it’s like to be alone in Antarctica for three months. Both kids and adults will learn how to develop grit, build courage, and maintain a positive attitude in the face of adversity. Radio station KNOP 101.7FM/1410AM interviewed Rene Nadon, Troop 90’s scoutmaster, and I live on the radio on January 10, 2017. We were on the Todd Ortloff Show. Todd was amazed at the difficulty of the expedition and enjoyed hearing about me eating a half pound of butter every day. Radio Interview Listen to the radio show here: (Please note, part of the interview was lost when the internet connection dropped) Event Information Location: Sequim Community Church, (360) 683-4194 • 950 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim, WA 98382 Time: 7pm</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/talk-in-sequim-wa/">Talk in Sequim, WA</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> On January 19, 2017, at 7pm, I will speak to Boy Scout Troop 90 and the Sequim community about my solo expedition to the South Pole. I will talk about what it’s like to be alone in Antarctica for three months. Both kids and adults will learn how to develop grit, build courage, and maintain a positive attitude in the face of adversity.

Radio station KNOP 101.7FM/1410AM interviewed Rene Nadon, Troop 90’s scoutmaster, and I live on the radio on January 10, 2017. We were on the Todd Ortloff Show. Todd was amazed at the difficulty of the expedition and enjoyed hearing about me eating a half pound of butter every day.

Radio Interview

Listen to the radio show here:

(Please note, part of the interview was lost when the internet connection dropped)

Event Information

Location: Sequim Community Church, (360) 683-4194 • 950 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim, WA 98382
Time: 7pm

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On January 19, 2017, at 7pm, I will speak to Boy Scout Troop 90 and the Sequim community about my solo expedition to the South Pole. I will talk about what it’s like to be alone in Antarctica for three months. On January 19, 2017, at 7pm, I will speak to Boy Scout Troop 90 and the Sequim community about my solo expedition to the South Pole. I will talk about what it’s like to be alone in Antarctica for three months. Both kids and adults will learn how to develop grit, build courage, and maintain a positive attitude in the face of adversity. Radio station KNOP 101.7FM/1410AM interviewed Rene Nadon, Troop 90’s scoutmaster, and I live on the radio on January 10, 2017. We were on the Todd Ortloff Show. Todd was amazed at the difficulty of the expedition and enjoyed hearing about me eating a half pound of butter every day. Radio Interview Listen to the radio show here: (Please note, part of the interview was lost when the internet connection dropped) Event Information Location: Sequim Community Church, (360) 683-4194 • 950 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim, WA 98382 Time: 7pm Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4187
Be Thankful on Thanksgiving https://www.ncexped.com/be-thankful/ Thu, 24 Nov 2016 16:53:19 +0000 http://www.ncexped.com/?p=4098 https://www.ncexped.com/be-thankful/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/be-thankful/feed/ 0 <p>Today on Thanksgiving—think about what you are thankful for. It’s very easy to take the things and people you have in life for granted. There are so many gifts you have that you might not even be aware of. We live in an amazing world. There is modern medicine that can bring people back from the brink of death. We have the ability to connect with loved ones around the planet, even those in Antarctica. You can travel to the opposite side of the world in less than two days. It used to take months of perilous travel. I am thankful for all of the people in my life. I am thankful for my health. I am thankful for my truck and the home I live in. I am thankful for the people who have me speak at their event and allow me to share my story. I am thankful for all that I have been blessed with. Happy Thanksgiving! “Over and over I marvel at the blessings of my life: Each year has grown better than the last.” —Lawrence Welk Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron Linsdau for your next event to generate excitement and show people how being thankful can translate into better attitudes and greater resilience.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/be-thankful/">Be Thankful on Thanksgiving</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Thankful to be on the top of Kilimanjaro on Nov 11, 2016

Thankful to be on the top of Kilimanjaro on Nov 11, 2016

Today on Thanksgiving—think about what you are thankful for. It’s very easy to take the things and people you have in life for granted. There are so many gifts you have that you might not even be aware of. We live in an amazing world. There is modern medicine that can bring people back from the brink of death. We have the ability to connect with loved ones around the planet, even those in Antarctica. You can travel to the opposite side of the world in less than two days. It used to take months of perilous travel.

I am thankful for all of the people in my life. I am thankful for my health. I am thankful for my truck and the home I live in. I am thankful for the people who have me speak at their event and allow me to share my story. I am thankful for all that I have been blessed with.

Happy Thanksgiving!

“Over and over I marvel at the blessings of my life: Each year has grown better than the last.” —Lawrence Welk

Listen to the audio edition here

Book Aaron Linsdau for your next event to generate excitement and show people how being thankful can translate into better attitudes and greater resilience.

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Today on Thanksgiving—think about what you are thankful for. It’s very easy to take the things and people you have in life for granted. There are so many gifts you have that you might not even be aware of. We live in an amazing world. Today on Thanksgiving—think about what you are thankful for. It’s very easy to take the things and people you have in life for granted. There are so many gifts you have that you might not even be aware of. We live in an amazing world. There is modern medicine that can bring people back from the brink of death. We have the ability to connect with loved ones around the planet, even those in Antarctica. You can travel to the opposite side of the world in less than two days. It used to take months of perilous travel. I am thankful for all of the people in my life. I am thankful for my health. I am thankful for my truck and the home I live in. I am thankful for the people who have me speak at their event and allow me to share my story. I am thankful for all that I have been blessed with. Happy Thanksgiving! “Over and over I marvel at the blessings of my life: Each year has grown better than the last.” —Lawrence Welk Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron Linsdau for your next event to generate excitement and show people how being thankful can translate into better attitudes and greater resilience. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4098
You have one quarter https://www.ncexped.com/you-have-one-quarter/ Thu, 03 Nov 2016 17:58:54 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4072 https://www.ncexped.com/you-have-one-quarter/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/you-have-one-quarter/feed/ 0 <p>When you look at your life and what you’ve done, what do you see? Did you use the gift that was given to you? Somewhere along the way, you discovered you had a talent for something. Or if you’re young, you might not have discovered your skill yet—that’s okay. Sometimes it takes a while. You have one quarter, twenty five cents, in this journey. Once it’s over, and you don’t know when that’s going to happen, that’s it. You can’t put another quarter in the machine. Whatever you were given, do you use it every day? Or have you put it in the closet, behind the dirty clothes, because you’re afraid of it. Maybe someone told you that you’re not talented enough. That’s garbage. If you have a gift, use it. Share your skill with the world. Lindsey Stirling was told she wasn’t a good violinist by supposed experts. Now, she packs the house. You have one quarter—use it for everything it’s worth. “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” ― Oscar Wilde Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to see how he is using his one quarter and see how he can teach individuals in your organization to give all that they have.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/you-have-one-quarter/">You have one quarter</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> You have one quarterWhen you look at your life and what you’ve done, what do you see? Did you use the gift that was given to you? Somewhere along the way, you discovered you had a talent for something. Or if you’re young, you might not have discovered your skill yet—that’s okay. Sometimes it takes a while. You have one quarter, twenty five cents, in this journey. Once it’s over, and you don’t know when that’s going to happen, that’s it. You can’t put another quarter in the machine.

Whatever you were given, do you use it every day? Or have you put it in the closet, behind the dirty clothes, because you’re afraid of it. Maybe someone told you that you’re not talented enough. That’s garbage. If you have a gift, use it. Share your skill with the world. Lindsey Stirling was told she wasn’t a good violinist by supposed experts. Now, she packs the house. You have one quarter—use it for everything it’s worth.

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”Oscar Wilde

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When you look at your life and what you’ve done, what do you see? Did you use the gift that was given to you? Somewhere along the way, you discovered you had a talent for something. Or if you’re young, you might not have discovered your skill yet—that’... When you look at your life and what you’ve done, what do you see? Did you use the gift that was given to you? Somewhere along the way, you discovered you had a talent for something. Or if you’re young, you might not have discovered your skill yet—that’s okay. Sometimes it takes a while. You have one quarter, twenty five cents, in this journey. Once it’s over, and you don’t know when that’s going to happen, that’s it. You can’t put another quarter in the machine. Whatever you were given, do you use it every day? Or have you put it in the closet, behind the dirty clothes, because you’re afraid of it. Maybe someone told you that you’re not talented enough. That’s garbage. If you have a gift, use it. Share your skill with the world. Lindsey Stirling was told she wasn’t a good violinist by supposed experts. Now, she packs the house. You have one quarter—use it for everything it’s worth. “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” ― Oscar Wilde Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to see how he is using his one quarter and see how he can teach individuals in your organization to give all that they have. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4072
It Hurts Now https://www.ncexped.com/it-hurts-now/ Thu, 27 Oct 2016 14:23:08 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4062 https://www.ncexped.com/it-hurts-now/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/it-hurts-now/feed/ 0 <p>Look at the things you want to do in your life. Some challenges are physical, others are mental. Whatever your goal may be, you’re going to have to push yourself through some discomfort to reach it. Maybe you want to run a marathon or perhaps you want to earn a PhD. These goals can seem impossible if you obsess about avoiding pain. Training can be painful. Your muscles might be sore for days. Studying can be real painful, as you learn just how much you don’t know. It’s okay! None of us are born a rocket scientist or a gold medalist. But you have to start somewhere. In fact, start today. Do exactly one thing, however small, that pushes you toward your goal. Jog around your back yard. Start off by reading Adventures in Rocket Science by NASA (it’s a great introduction, also download here). I used to barely be able to do ten pushups. Now I can do forty. Start today on making your dream a reality. “It hurts now but one day it will be your warmup.”—Unknown Author Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event so he can teach your team how to become stronger, more resilient, and have courage to face their challenges.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/it-hurts-now/">It Hurts Now</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> dsc06341Look at the things you want to do in your life. Some challenges are physical, others are mental. Whatever your goal may be, you’re going to have to push yourself through some discomfort to reach it. Maybe you want to run a marathon or perhaps you want to earn a PhD. These goals can seem impossible if you obsess about avoiding pain. Training can be painful. Your muscles might be sore for days. Studying can be real painful, as you learn just how much you don’t know. It’s okay!

None of us are born a rocket scientist or a gold medalist. But you have to start somewhere. In fact, start today. Do exactly one thing, however small, that pushes you toward your goal. Jog around your back yard. Start off by reading Adventures in Rocket Science by NASA (it’s a great introduction, also download here). I used to barely be able to do ten pushups. Now I can do forty. Start today on making your dream a reality.

“It hurts now but one day it will be your warmup.”—Unknown Author

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Look at the things you want to do in your life. Some challenges are physical, others are mental. Whatever your goal may be, you’re going to have to push yourself through some discomfort to reach it. Maybe you want to run a marathon or perhaps you want ... Look at the things you want to do in your life. Some challenges are physical, others are mental. Whatever your goal may be, you’re going to have to push yourself through some discomfort to reach it. Maybe you want to run a marathon or perhaps you want to earn a PhD. These goals can seem impossible if you obsess about avoiding pain. Training can be painful. Your muscles might be sore for days. Studying can be real painful, as you learn just how much you don’t know. It’s okay! None of us are born a rocket scientist or a gold medalist. But you have to start somewhere. In fact, start today. Do exactly one thing, however small, that pushes you toward your goal. Jog around your back yard. Start off by reading Adventures in Rocket Science by NASA (it’s a great introduction, also download here). I used to barely be able to do ten pushups. Now I can do forty. Start today on making your dream a reality. “It hurts now but one day it will be your warmup.”—Unknown Author Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event so he can teach your team how to become stronger, more resilient, and have courage to face their challenges. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4062
Disconnect 5 minutes https://www.ncexped.com/disconnect-5-minutes/ Tue, 25 Oct 2016 12:39:20 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4056 https://www.ncexped.com/disconnect-5-minutes/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/disconnect-5-minutes/feed/ 0 <p>You can improve your attitude and outlook on life while reducing tension by simply disconnecting from the world for five minutes each day. Many of us run around with our phone, iPad, or laptop always in tow. This overloads your mind, causing stress. We’ve become addicted to believing it’s important to know what’s going on all the time. This addiction causes anxiety which in turn reduces your ability to cope with simple stresses. Please try this experiment for a week. Do it for seven days straight. Miss a day? Start again. Leave your phone, iPad, and laptop behind a closed door in your house for five minutes. Go into a room where there’s no television. Do this even if you have to hide from your children in the bathroom. You’re not missing a thing, especially the latest cat video posting. When you leave your hiding place, don’t just rush back to your device. You’ll feel better about the world and have an improved attitude. You can do it! “Turn off your email; turn off your phone; disconnect from the Internet; figure out a way to set limits so you can concentrate when you need to, and disengage when you need to. Technology is a good servant but a bad master.”—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to help your organization to increase its productivity by improving its attitude.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/disconnect-5-minutes/">Disconnect 5 minutes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Disconnect 5 minutes

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You can improve your attitude and outlook on life while reducing tension by simply disconnecting from the world for five minutes each day. Many of us run around with our phone, iPad, or laptop always in tow. This overloads your mind, causing stress. We’ve become addicted to believing it’s important to know what’s going on all the time. This addiction causes anxiety which in turn reduces your ability to cope with simple stresses.

Please try this experiment for a week. Do it for seven days straight. Miss a day? Start again. Leave your phone, iPad, and laptop behind a closed door in your house for five minutes. Go into a room where there’s no television. Do this even if you have to hide from your children in the bathroom. You’re not missing a thing, especially the latest cat video posting. When you leave your hiding place, don’t just rush back to your device. You’ll feel better about the world and have an improved attitude. You can do it!

“Turn off your email; turn off your phone; disconnect from the Internet; figure out a way to set limits so you can concentrate when you need to, and disengage when you need to. Technology is a good servant but a bad master.”—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project

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You can improve your attitude and outlook on life while reducing tension by simply disconnecting from the world for five minutes each day. Many of us run around with our phone, iPad, or laptop always in tow. This overloads your mind, causing stress. You can improve your attitude and outlook on life while reducing tension by simply disconnecting from the world for five minutes each day. Many of us run around with our phone, iPad, or laptop always in tow. This overloads your mind, causing stress. We’ve become addicted to believing it’s important to know what’s going on all the time. This addiction causes anxiety which in turn reduces your ability to cope with simple stresses. Please try this experiment for a week. Do it for seven days straight. Miss a day? Start again. Leave your phone, iPad, and laptop behind a closed door in your house for five minutes. Go into a room where there’s no television. Do this even if you have to hide from your children in the bathroom. You’re not missing a thing, especially the latest cat video posting. When you leave your hiding place, don’t just rush back to your device. You’ll feel better about the world and have an improved attitude. You can do it! “Turn off your email; turn off your phone; disconnect from the Internet; figure out a way to set limits so you can concentrate when you need to, and disengage when you need to. Technology is a good servant but a bad master.”—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to help your organization to increase its productivity by improving its attitude. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4056
Push yourself a little https://www.ncexped.com/push-yourself-a-little/ Sat, 22 Oct 2016 17:26:47 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4051 https://www.ncexped.com/push-yourself-a-little/#comments https://www.ncexped.com/push-yourself-a-little/feed/ 2 <p>The only way to grow and develop grit is to push yourself a little. Don’t overdo it or you might burn yourself out. It’s like if you’re a non-genius coming out of high school and you sign up for graduate level courses. You’re going to go down in flames. Although educational, that might just burn you out for the rest of your life. Instead, find where the  edge of your strength is and go only a tiny bit farther. If you’re currently running three miles, add another quarter mile. After running for perhaps half an hour, what’s another few minutes? I had the chance to do this when I spoke at Idaho State University this week. I had never delivered a two hour inspirational and educational talk before. Though I’d practiced, I wasn’t sure how it would go. Afterward, the organizers told me how much the audience loved it. I pushed myself and it paid off! “My attitude is that if you push me towards something that you think is a weakness, then I will turn that perceived weakness into a strength.” — Michael Jordan Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to help your organization push itself to new heights and successes.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/push-yourself-a-little/">Push yourself a little</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> aaron-friends-for-learning-2The only way to grow and develop grit is to push yourself a little. Don’t overdo it or you might burn yourself out. It’s like if you’re a non-genius coming out of high school and you sign up for graduate level courses. You’re going to go down in flames. Although educational, that might just burn you out for the rest of your life. Instead, find where the  edge of your strength is and go only a tiny bit farther.

If you’re currently running three miles, add another quarter mile. After running for perhaps half an hour, what’s another few minutes? I had the chance to do this when I spoke at Idaho State University this week. I had never delivered a two hour inspirational and educational talk before. Though I’d practiced, I wasn’t sure how it would go. Afterward, the organizers told me how much the audience loved it. I pushed myself and it paid off!

“My attitude is that if you push me towards something that you think is a weakness, then I will turn that perceived weakness into a strength.” — Michael Jordan

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The only way to grow and develop grit is to push yourself a little. Don’t overdo it or you might burn yourself out. It’s like if you’re a non-genius coming out of high school and you sign up for graduate level courses. The only way to grow and develop grit is to push yourself a little. Don’t overdo it or you might burn yourself out. It’s like if you’re a non-genius coming out of high school and you sign up for graduate level courses. You’re going to go down in flames. Although educational, that might just burn you out for the rest of your life. Instead, find where the  edge of your strength is and go only a tiny bit farther. If you’re currently running three miles, add another quarter mile. After running for perhaps half an hour, what’s another few minutes? I had the chance to do this when I spoke at Idaho State University this week. I had never delivered a two hour inspirational and educational talk before. Though I’d practiced, I wasn’t sure how it would go. Afterward, the organizers told me how much the audience loved it. I pushed myself and it paid off! “My attitude is that if you push me towards something that you think is a weakness, then I will turn that perceived weakness into a strength.” — Michael Jordan Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to help your organization push itself to new heights and successes. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4051
Changing Other People https://www.ncexped.com/changing-other-people/ Wed, 14 Sep 2016 16:48:35 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4039 https://www.ncexped.com/changing-other-people/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/changing-other-people/feed/ 0 <p>At a talk I gave to a youth organization, one boy who has Asperger Syndrome asked me how he could help other people understand him and his challenges. He wanted some suggestions for when things get tough. He said that some people don’t listen or want to understand. That was a pretty serious question for a short Q&A session after my talk! What I told him is that unfortunately some people just aren’t going to listen and might, in fact, be mean. I said don’t worry about the ones who aren’t interested in what you have to say. You can’t change people. It’s a full time job changing yourself and making you into a better person. If you focus on that and work on it every day, things will slowly start falling into place. Have faith in knowing that it’ll work out, even if there are speed bumps along the way. “When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and have him teach your audience self-improvement techniques to increase their number of successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Audio edition recorded on a Zoom H5 with an Audio Technica AT-2035.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/changing-other-people/">Changing Other People</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Changing other peopleAt a talk I gave to a youth organization, one boy who has Asperger Syndrome asked me how he could help other people understand him and his challenges. He wanted some suggestions for when things get tough. He said that some people don’t listen or want to understand. That was a pretty serious question for a short Q&A session after my talk!

What I told him is that unfortunately some people just aren’t going to listen and might, in fact, be mean. I said don’t worry about the ones who aren’t interested in what you have to say. You can’t change people. It’s a full time job changing yourself and making you into a better person. If you focus on that and work on it every day, things will slowly start falling into place. Have faith in knowing that it’ll work out, even if there are speed bumps along the way.

“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt

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At a talk I gave to a youth organization, one boy who has Asperger Syndrome asked me how he could help other people understand him and his challenges. He wanted some suggestions for when things get tough. He said that some people don’t listen or want t... At a talk I gave to a youth organization, one boy who has Asperger Syndrome asked me how he could help other people understand him and his challenges. He wanted some suggestions for when things get tough. He said that some people don’t listen or want to understand. That was a pretty serious question for a short Q&A session after my talk! What I told him is that unfortunately some people just aren’t going to listen and might, in fact, be mean. I said don’t worry about the ones who aren’t interested in what you have to say. You can’t change people. It’s a full time job changing yourself and making you into a better person. If you focus on that and work on it every day, things will slowly start falling into place. Have faith in knowing that it’ll work out, even if there are speed bumps along the way. “When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and have him teach your audience self-improvement techniques to increase their number of successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Audio edition recorded on a Zoom H5 with an Audio Technica AT-2035. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4039
Blind people can ride bikes https://www.ncexped.com/blind-people-can-ride-bikes/ Sat, 10 Sep 2016 15:27:23 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4006 https://www.ncexped.com/blind-people-can-ride-bikes/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/blind-people-can-ride-bikes/feed/ 0 <p>Imagine yourself riding a bike down the street. You are enjoying the warm temperatures, the breeze, and the sensation of motion. You have no cares in the world. And you are doing this while wearing a mask so you can’t see. Does this sound impossible? It’s not. Daniel Kish has figured out how to ride a bike after losing his eyesight in childhood. Often people’s perception of what they are capable of is wrong. What you believe you can do affects you physically. So much of what limits you is in your head. If you believe something is impossible, you’ll never try it, even if it’s well within your abilities. By altering your attitude to being positive about your skills, you’ll amaze yourself with accomplishments. Believing you can succeed is your first step toward success. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t—you’re right.” —Henry Ford The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to change your beliefs about what is possible to drive yourself to success. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/blind-people-can-ride-bikes/">Blind people can ride bikes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> dsc_1783-kelly-bike-279Imagine yourself riding a bike down the street. You are enjoying the warm temperatures, the breeze, and the sensation of motion. You have no cares in the world. And you are doing this while wearing a mask so you can’t see. Does this sound impossible? It’s not. Daniel Kish has figured out how to ride a bike after losing his eyesight in childhood.

Often people’s perception of what they are capable of is wrong. What you believe you can do affects you physically. So much of what limits you is in your head. If you believe something is impossible, you’ll never try it, even if it’s well within your abilities. By altering your attitude to being positive about your skills, you’ll amaze yourself with accomplishments. Believing you can succeed is your first step toward success.

“Whether you think you can or you think you can’t—you’re right.” —Henry Ford

The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below:

https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman


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Imagine yourself riding a bike down the street. You are enjoying the warm temperatures, the breeze, and the sensation of motion. You have no cares in the world. And you are doing this while wearing a mask so you can’t see. Does this sound impossible? Imagine yourself riding a bike down the street. You are enjoying the warm temperatures, the breeze, and the sensation of motion. You have no cares in the world. And you are doing this while wearing a mask so you can’t see. Does this sound impossible? It’s not. Daniel Kish has figured out how to ride a bike after losing his eyesight in childhood. Often people’s perception of what they are capable of is wrong. What you believe you can do affects you physically. So much of what limits you is in your head. If you believe something is impossible, you’ll never try it, even if it’s well within your abilities. By altering your attitude to being positive about your skills, you’ll amaze yourself with accomplishments. Believing you can succeed is your first step toward success. “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t—you’re right.” —Henry Ford The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to change your beliefs about what is possible to drive yourself to success. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4006
Young Courage https://www.ncexped.com/young-courage/ Mon, 29 Aug 2016 18:22:59 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4023 https://www.ncexped.com/young-courage/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/young-courage/feed/ 0 <p>What is courage? Is it lacking fear? Is doing something reckless and not being concerned about the consequences? No, it’s none of these things. Courage is doing something despite the fear you feel inside. When you think about the things you want to do in life, what stops you? Fear of failure, people not liking what you do, or what others think of you and how you look? These are all reasons why we lose courage to do things. So often, it’s not the fear that we’ll be injured but rather that we’ll be made fun of by other people. Don’t let that happen. Polar explorer Jade Hameister talks about courage in her 10 minute TedX talk in Melbourne, Australia. She is the youngest person to ski to the North Pole beyond the 60 mile last degree. She is planning a Greenland crossing and then to do the same trek I did, the 720 mile ski from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole. She’s a great example of what women can do and makes the point of not judging women by their looks but on their skills. “Courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to take action despite the presence of fear or self doubt.” —Jade Hameister Listen to the audio edition here Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/young-courage/">Young Courage</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Looking down from the Grand Teton

Looking down from the Grand Teton – fear of heights

What is courage? Is it lacking fear? Is doing something reckless and not being concerned about the consequences? No, it’s none of these things. Courage is doing something despite the fear you feel inside. When you think about the things you want to do in life, what stops you? Fear of failure, people not liking what you do, or what others think of you and how you look? These are all reasons why we lose courage to do things. So often, it’s not the fear that we’ll be injured but rather that we’ll be made fun of by other people. Don’t let that happen.

Polar explorer Jade Hameister talks about courage in her 10 minute TedX talk in Melbourne, Australia. She is the youngest person to ski to the North Pole beyond the 60 mile last degree. She is planning a Greenland crossing and then to do the same trek I did, the 720 mile ski from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole. She’s a great example of what women can do and makes the point of not judging women by their looks but on their skills.

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to take action despite the presence of fear or self doubt.” —Jade Hameister


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What is courage? Is it lacking fear? Is doing something reckless and not being concerned about the consequences? No, it’s none of these things. Courage is doing something despite the fear you feel inside. When you think about the things you want to do ... What is courage? Is it lacking fear? Is doing something reckless and not being concerned about the consequences? No, it’s none of these things. Courage is doing something despite the fear you feel inside. When you think about the things you want to do in life, what stops you? Fear of failure, people not liking what you do, or what others think of you and how you look? These are all reasons why we lose courage to do things. So often, it’s not the fear that we’ll be injured but rather that we’ll be made fun of by other people. Don’t let that happen. Polar explorer Jade Hameister talks about courage in her 10 minute TedX talk in Melbourne, Australia. She is the youngest person to ski to the North Pole beyond the 60 mile last degree. She is planning a Greenland crossing and then to do the same trek I did, the 720 mile ski from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole. She’s a great example of what women can do and makes the point of not judging women by their looks but on their skills. “Courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to take action despite the presence of fear or self doubt.” —Jade Hameister Listen to the audio edition here Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4023
Bumps and bruises are necessary https://www.ncexped.com/bumps-bruises-necessary/ Fri, 26 Aug 2016 16:03:02 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4004 https://www.ncexped.com/bumps-bruises-necessary/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/bumps-bruises-necessary/feed/ 0 <p>In order to grow, you have to struggle through the learning process. You’ll find sometimes that you’re faced with seemingly impossible challenges. Have heart! The bumps and bruises are necessary to make you a stronger person. As children, we all went through tough times in school. Some subjects were easy, others seemingly impossible. The same is true in adult life. By accepting that you will have to grapple with difficulties, your growth process becomes much easier. Take the case of Daniel Kish, the blind man who can stroll a city without assistance. When he first learned to walk using echolocation, more than once he hit telephone poles. He didn’t detect them because he was learning his new sense. Each encounter sent him to the dentist for broken teeth. The same thing happened when he learned to ride a bike. He persevered. He didn’t give up on himself. He can now “see” the world around him. Do the same for yourself and expand your skills. It’ll be worth the bumps and bruises. “Just because I do what I do doesn’t mean I escaped adolescence, all the bumps and bruises that go along with it.” — Anna Paquin The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and watch as he shows your audience how to turn bumps and bruises into successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/bumps-bruises-necessary/">Bumps and bruises are necessary</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Bumps and bruises are necessaryIn order to grow, you have to struggle through the learning process. You’ll find sometimes that you’re faced with seemingly impossible challenges. Have heart! The bumps and bruises are necessary to make you a stronger person. As children, we all went through tough times in school. Some subjects were easy, others seemingly impossible. The same is true in adult life. By accepting that you will have to grapple with difficulties, your growth process becomes much easier.

Take the case of Daniel Kish, the blind man who can stroll a city without assistance. When he first learned to walk using echolocation, more than once he hit telephone poles. He didn’t detect them because he was learning his new sense. Each encounter sent him to the dentist for broken teeth. The same thing happened when he learned to ride a bike. He persevered. He didn’t give up on himself. He can now “see” the world around him. Do the same for yourself and expand your skills. It’ll be worth the bumps and bruises.

“Just because I do what I do doesn’t mean I escaped adolescence, all the bumps and bruises that go along with it.” — Anna Paquin

The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below:

https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman

Listen to the audio edition here

 

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In order to grow, you have to struggle through the learning process. You’ll find sometimes that you’re faced with seemingly impossible challenges. Have heart! The bumps and bruises are necessary to make you a stronger person. As children, In order to grow, you have to struggle through the learning process. You’ll find sometimes that you’re faced with seemingly impossible challenges. Have heart! The bumps and bruises are necessary to make you a stronger person. As children, we all went through tough times in school. Some subjects were easy, others seemingly impossible. The same is true in adult life. By accepting that you will have to grapple with difficulties, your growth process becomes much easier. Take the case of Daniel Kish, the blind man who can stroll a city without assistance. When he first learned to walk using echolocation, more than once he hit telephone poles. He didn’t detect them because he was learning his new sense. Each encounter sent him to the dentist for broken teeth. The same thing happened when he learned to ride a bike. He persevered. He didn’t give up on himself. He can now “see” the world around him. Do the same for yourself and expand your skills. It’ll be worth the bumps and bruises. “Just because I do what I do doesn’t mean I escaped adolescence, all the bumps and bruises that go along with it.” — Anna Paquin The link to the radio broadcast about Daniel Kish is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and watch as he shows your audience how to turn bumps and bruises into successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4004
Burned toast https://www.ncexped.com/burned-toast/ Tue, 23 Aug 2016 08:26:41 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4001 https://www.ncexped.com/burned-toast/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/burned-toast/feed/ 0 <p>Don’t let burned toast stop you or ruin your day. You’re going to burn the toast sometimes. When you burn the toast, do you become upset? Burned toast is something that happens to everyone. Sometimes it’s in our control and other times it’s not. When something bad happens, consider what the scale of the mishap is. Is it just burned toast or something bigger? Often times our problems are small but they get blown out of proportion. How do you deal with your burned toast? Try this—laugh about it. Adjust your attitude for the magnitude of the problem. That’s what I do. It seems silly but it makes me feel better, even if I just torched the last piece of bread in the house and I’m hungry. I’m not paid by my ability to make toast, so my best remedy is to let the problem go and look for something else to eat. “You can’t be brave if you’ve only had wonderful things happen to you.” – Mary Tyler Moore Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn from his stories of dealing with burned toast and bigger problems.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/burned-toast/">Burned toast</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> burned toast 2 smDon’t let burned toast stop you or ruin your day. You’re going to burn the toast sometimes. When you burn the toast, do you become upset? Burned toast is something that happens to everyone. Sometimes it’s in our control and other times it’s not. When something bad happens, consider what the scale of the mishap is. Is it just burned toast or something bigger? Often times our problems are small but they get blown out of proportion.

How do you deal with your burned toast? Try this—laugh about it. Adjust your attitude for the magnitude of the problem. That’s what I do. It seems silly but it makes me feel better, even if I just torched the last piece of bread in the house and I’m hungry. I’m not paid by my ability to make toast, so my best remedy is to let the problem go and look for something else to eat.

“You can’t be brave if you’ve only had wonderful things happen to you.” – Mary Tyler Moore

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Don’t let burned toast stop you or ruin your day. You’re going to burn the toast sometimes. When you burn the toast, do you become upset? Burned toast is something that happens to everyone. Sometimes it’s in our control and other times it’s not. Don’t let burned toast stop you or ruin your day. You’re going to burn the toast sometimes. When you burn the toast, do you become upset? Burned toast is something that happens to everyone. Sometimes it’s in our control and other times it’s not. When something bad happens, consider what the scale of the mishap is. Is it just burned toast or something bigger? Often times our problems are small but they get blown out of proportion. How do you deal with your burned toast? Try this—laugh about it. Adjust your attitude for the magnitude of the problem. That’s what I do. It seems silly but it makes me feel better, even if I just torched the last piece of bread in the house and I’m hungry. I’m not paid by my ability to make toast, so my best remedy is to let the problem go and look for something else to eat. “You can’t be brave if you’ve only had wonderful things happen to you.” – Mary Tyler Moore Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn from his stories of dealing with burned toast and bigger problems. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4001
Expectations of people https://www.ncexped.com/expectations-of-people/ Mon, 22 Aug 2016 13:03:32 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=4010 https://www.ncexped.com/expectations-of-people/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/expectations-of-people/feed/ 0 <p>Is it possible to control people and animals with your thoughts? Telepathy is a movie fiction, something that only Jedi knights have. Yet a radio program I listened to yesterday changed my thoughts on this. What they talked about showed that by having positive or negative expectations of people, you inadvertently control how they react to you and their world. They demonstrated that if you thought a lab rat was smart, it acted smart. The opposite was also true. How the rat was treated made all the difference. If you assume that someone is incapable, bad, or unintelligent and you unconsciously treat them as such, you can actually force them into becoming what you visualize. But if you treat people as intelligent, active, and capable, often they’ll live up to how you think about them. Expectations are powerful. So much so that a positive expectation enabled Daniel Kish, a blind boy, to ride a bicycle and climb trees without assistance. Expect the best of yourself and others and you will be pleasantly surprised. “Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event.” — Brian Tracy The link to the radio broadcast is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to change your expectations of people and yourself for more positive outcomes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/expectations-of-people/">Expectations of people</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Expectations of people

On top of Sheep Mountain or Sleeping Indian

Is it possible to control people and animals with your thoughts? Telepathy is a movie fiction, something that only Jedi knights have. Yet a radio program I listened to yesterday changed my thoughts on this. What they talked about showed that by having positive or negative expectations of people, you inadvertently control how they react to you and their world. They demonstrated that if you thought a lab rat was smart, it acted smart. The opposite was also true. How the rat was treated made all the difference.

If you assume that someone is incapable, bad, or unintelligent and you unconsciously treat them as such, you can actually force them into becoming what you visualize. But if you treat people as intelligent, active, and capable, often they’ll live up to how you think about them. Expectations are powerful. So much so that a positive expectation enabled Daniel Kish, a blind boy, to ride a bicycle and climb trees without assistance. Expect the best of yourself and others and you will be pleasantly surprised.

“Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event.” — Brian Tracy

The link to the radio broadcast is below:

https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman

Listen to the audio edition here

Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to change your expectations of people and yourself for more positive outcomes.


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Is it possible to control people and animals with your thoughts? Telepathy is a movie fiction, something that only Jedi knights have. Yet a radio program I listened to yesterday changed my thoughts on this. Is it possible to control people and animals with your thoughts? Telepathy is a movie fiction, something that only Jedi knights have. Yet a radio program I listened to yesterday changed my thoughts on this. What they talked about showed that by having positive or negative expectations of people, you inadvertently control how they react to you and their world. They demonstrated that if you thought a lab rat was smart, it acted smart. The opposite was also true. How the rat was treated made all the difference. If you assume that someone is incapable, bad, or unintelligent and you unconsciously treat them as such, you can actually force them into becoming what you visualize. But if you treat people as intelligent, active, and capable, often they’ll live up to how you think about them. Expectations are powerful. So much so that a positive expectation enabled Daniel Kish, a blind boy, to ride a bicycle and climb trees without assistance. Expect the best of yourself and others and you will be pleasantly surprised. “Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event.” — Brian Tracy The link to the radio broadcast is below: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/544/batman Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to change your expectations of people and yourself for more positive outcomes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 4010
Build your grit https://www.ncexped.com/build-your-grit/ Sat, 20 Aug 2016 14:24:14 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3995 https://www.ncexped.com/build-your-grit/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/build-your-grit/feed/ 0 <p>Build your grit by pushing through challenges. Choose to be a strong person who can deal with anything that comes your way. Make things happen despite the conditions. If the circumstances aren’t right for what you need, go out and look for them. And if you can’t find them, then create them. Avoid excuse-making—it’s an easy trap to fall into. You want to give everything your best effort. How you take care of the details determines how you take care of big things. People who get things done are “no matter what” people. “I can’t believe she got the job done despite what happened to her,” is a magnificent complement to receive. Sure, you may have been tired, scared, or hurting. By being reliable in a storm, you become more valuable. You build grit and courage which directly impacts your paycheck. Good employers value those characteristics. They build confidence and self-esteem which makes you a stronger person. “Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.” —George S. Patton Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to learns ways to build grit and courage to overcome future challenges. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/build-your-grit/">Build your grit</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Build your grit

Talk before audiences to build your grit

Build your grit by pushing through challenges. Choose to be a strong person who can deal with anything that comes your way. Make things happen despite the conditions. If the circumstances aren’t right for what you need, go out and look for them. And if you can’t find them, then create them. Avoid excuse-making—it’s an easy trap to fall into. You want to give everything your best effort. How you take care of the details determines how you take care of big things.

People who get things done are “no matter what” people. “I can’t believe she got the job done despite what happened to her,” is a magnificent complement to receive. Sure, you may have been tired, scared, or hurting. By being reliable in a storm, you become more valuable. You build grit and courage which directly impacts your paycheck. Good employers value those characteristics. They build confidence and self-esteem which makes you a stronger person.

“Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.”George S. Patton

Listen to the audio edition here

 

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Build your grit by pushing through challenges. Choose to be a strong person who can deal with anything that comes your way. Make things happen despite the conditions. If the circumstances aren’t right for what you need, go out and look for them. Build your grit by pushing through challenges. Choose to be a strong person who can deal with anything that comes your way. Make things happen despite the conditions. If the circumstances aren’t right for what you need, go out and look for them. And if you can’t find them, then create them. Avoid excuse-making—it’s an easy trap to fall into. You want to give everything your best effort. How you take care of the details determines how you take care of big things. People who get things done are “no matter what” people. “I can’t believe she got the job done despite what happened to her,” is a magnificent complement to receive. Sure, you may have been tired, scared, or hurting. By being reliable in a storm, you become more valuable. You build grit and courage which directly impacts your paycheck. Good employers value those characteristics. They build confidence and self-esteem which makes you a stronger person. “Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.” —George S. Patton Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event to learns ways to build grit and courage to overcome future challenges. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3995
Enthusiasm https://www.ncexped.com/enthusiasm/ Mon, 15 Aug 2016 18:08:55 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3989 https://www.ncexped.com/enthusiasm/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/enthusiasm/feed/ 0 <p>When faced with difficult circumstances, one of the best ways to persevere is to be enthusiastic about the situation. Every day you’re faced with challenges, some small and others massive. Sometimes what you face feels insurmountable, as though you’ll never succeed. You can do it! By being enthusiastic about your ability to weather the storm, you’ll build hope for a brighter tomorrow. When I nearly lost my pack in a river crossing during a blizzard in Greenland, I was afraid that I would develop frostbite. I had to control the upwelling of negative emotions. Instead of letting them control me, I made a conscious decision. I had to make myself enthusiastic about rubbing snow on my wet skin to dry off. It took a lot of willpower because it felt like I was rubbing broken glass on my skin. Be enthusiastic about your challenges. You’ll have a much better chance at success and you’ll build more grit for the future tough times. “There is a real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” —Norman Vincent Peale Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and create enthusiasm for your organization’s future successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/enthusiasm/">Enthusiasm</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm about sub-zero Greenland

When faced with difficult circumstances, one of the best ways to persevere is to be enthusiastic about the situation. Every day you’re faced with challenges, some small and others massive. Sometimes what you face feels insurmountable, as though you’ll never succeed. You can do it! By being enthusiastic about your ability to weather the storm, you’ll build hope for a brighter tomorrow.

When I nearly lost my pack in a river crossing during a blizzard in Greenland, I was afraid that I would develop frostbite. I had to control the upwelling of negative emotions. Instead of letting them control me, I made a conscious decision. I had to make myself enthusiastic about rubbing snow on my wet skin to dry off. It took a lot of willpower because it felt like I was rubbing broken glass on my skin. Be enthusiastic about your challenges. You’ll have a much better chance at success and you’ll build more grit for the future tough times.

“There is a real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” —Norman Vincent Peale

Listen to the audio edition here

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When faced with difficult circumstances, one of the best ways to persevere is to be enthusiastic about the situation. Every day you’re faced with challenges, some small and others massive. Sometimes what you face feels insurmountable, When faced with difficult circumstances, one of the best ways to persevere is to be enthusiastic about the situation. Every day you’re faced with challenges, some small and others massive. Sometimes what you face feels insurmountable, as though you’ll never succeed. You can do it! By being enthusiastic about your ability to weather the storm, you’ll build hope for a brighter tomorrow. When I nearly lost my pack in a river crossing during a blizzard in Greenland, I was afraid that I would develop frostbite. I had to control the upwelling of negative emotions. Instead of letting them control me, I made a conscious decision. I had to make myself enthusiastic about rubbing snow on my wet skin to dry off. It took a lot of willpower because it felt like I was rubbing broken glass on my skin. Be enthusiastic about your challenges. You’ll have a much better chance at success and you’ll build more grit for the future tough times. “There is a real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” —Norman Vincent Peale Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and create enthusiasm for your organization’s future successes. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3989
Bet on yourself https://www.ncexped.com/bet-yourself/ Wed, 10 Aug 2016 12:25:58 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3980 https://www.ncexped.com/bet-yourself/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/bet-yourself/feed/ 0 <p>Are you willing to bet on yourself? When you look at your future, think about what you’re willing to give up right now for benefit down the line. You have to make sacrifices now knowing that it will pay off later. In order to pursue a great opportunity, you will have to invest time and effort to learn a new skill and grow yourself. Giving up instant gratification for greater gains later is difficult to do. We all want to have our thing now. If you instead decide to take a temporary pay cut to earn that training certificate you need, it will pay off in the long run. It cost me half a decade to earn my bachelors degree in electrical engineering. Once earned, it can never be taken away. Pay your future self by putting the effort into learning and growing today. Be courageous and believe you’ll win when you bet on yourself. “There is no future in any job. The future lies in the man who holds the job.” —George W. Crane, psychologist and physician Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn the value making sacrifices today so you can better your future self. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/bet-yourself/">Bet on yourself</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Bet yourself

Take time to put screws in your shoes for better traction in the future

Are you willing to bet on yourself? When you look at your future, think about what you’re willing to give up right now for benefit down the line. You have to make sacrifices now knowing that it will pay off later. In order to pursue a great opportunity, you will have to invest time and effort to learn a new skill and grow yourself.

Giving up instant gratification for greater gains later is difficult to do. We all want to have our thing now. If you instead decide to take a temporary pay cut to earn that training certificate you need, it will pay off in the long run. It cost me half a decade to earn my bachelors degree in electrical engineering. Once earned, it can never be taken away. Pay your future self by putting the effort into learning and growing today. Be courageous and believe you’ll win when you bet on yourself.

“There is no future in any job. The future lies in the man who holds the job.” —George W. Crane, psychologist and physician

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Are you willing to bet on yourself? When you look at your future, think about what you’re willing to give up right now for benefit down the line. You have to make sacrifices now knowing that it will pay off later. Are you willing to bet on yourself? When you look at your future, think about what you’re willing to give up right now for benefit down the line. You have to make sacrifices now knowing that it will pay off later. In order to pursue a great opportunity, you will have to invest time and effort to learn a new skill and grow yourself. Giving up instant gratification for greater gains later is difficult to do. We all want to have our thing now. If you instead decide to take a temporary pay cut to earn that training certificate you need, it will pay off in the long run. It cost me half a decade to earn my bachelors degree in electrical engineering. Once earned, it can never be taken away. Pay your future self by putting the effort into learning and growing today. Be courageous and believe you’ll win when you bet on yourself. “There is no future in any job. The future lies in the man who holds the job.” —George W. Crane, psychologist and physician Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn the value making sacrifices today so you can better your future self. Personal Development Seminar Sign up for Aaron Linsdau and Dr. Wendy Hill’s personal development seminar How to Live the Life You Were Meant to Live. Learn techniques to draw out courage in yourself and persevere through difficult circumstances. Click here to learn more about the program. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3980
Dedication https://www.ncexped.com/dedication/ Sun, 07 Aug 2016 03:27:26 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3941 https://www.ncexped.com/dedication/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/dedication/feed/ 0 <p>As the 2016 Olympics in Rio get underway, I can’t help but think of the dedication of the athletes. They had to train for years, if not decades, to have the chance to compete in Brazil this year. A few will win medals. Most will do well. Others will struggle. No matter how each athlete performs, they can always say they competed in the Olympics. How dedicated are you to what you’re doing? Are you willing to wake up at 5am every morning and train like an Olympian for two hours before going to work? Do you read several educational or inspirational books a month? If you’re not, please know this – your competition is. They’re willing to wake up early, work on themselves, and do what is necessary to win. This is what you need to do. Dedicate yourself like an Olympic athlete to whatever it is that matters to you. Become the best you can possibly be at what you do and win gold in your life. “My confidence comes from the daily grind – training my butt off day in and day out.” —Hope Solo, two-time Olympic gold medalist and a World Cup gold medalist Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become inspired to train like an Olympic athlete (or polar explorer), beat your competition, and win gold.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/dedication/">Dedication</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> olympicsAs the 2016 Olympics in Rio get underway, I can’t help but think of the dedication of the athletes. They had to train for years, if not decades, to have the chance to compete in Brazil this year. A few will win medals. Most will do well. Others will struggle. No matter how each athlete performs, they can always say they competed in the Olympics.

How dedicated are you to what you’re doing? Are you willing to wake up at 5am every morning and train like an Olympian for two hours before going to work? Do you read several educational or inspirational books a month? If you’re not, please know this – your competition is. They’re willing to wake up early, work on themselves, and do what is necessary to win. This is what you need to do. Dedicate yourself like an Olympic athlete to whatever it is that matters to you. Become the best you can possibly be at what you do and win gold in your life.

“My confidence comes from the daily grind – training my butt off day in and day out.” —Hope Solo, two-time Olympic gold medalist and a World Cup gold medalist

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As the 2016 Olympics in Rio get underway, I can’t help but think of the dedication of the athletes. They had to train for years, if not decades, to have the chance to compete in Brazil this year. A few will win medals. Most will do well. As the 2016 Olympics in Rio get underway, I can’t help but think of the dedication of the athletes. They had to train for years, if not decades, to have the chance to compete in Brazil this year. A few will win medals. Most will do well. Others will struggle. No matter how each athlete performs, they can always say they competed in the Olympics. How dedicated are you to what you’re doing? Are you willing to wake up at 5am every morning and train like an Olympian for two hours before going to work? Do you read several educational or inspirational books a month? If you’re not, please know this – your competition is. They’re willing to wake up early, work on themselves, and do what is necessary to win. This is what you need to do. Dedicate yourself like an Olympic athlete to whatever it is that matters to you. Become the best you can possibly be at what you do and win gold in your life. “My confidence comes from the daily grind – training my butt off day in and day out.” —Hope Solo, two-time Olympic gold medalist and a World Cup gold medalist Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become inspired to train like an Olympic athlete (or polar explorer), beat your competition, and win gold. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3941
Crush Discouragement https://www.ncexped.com/crush-discouragement/ Fri, 05 Aug 2016 15:00:41 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3935 https://www.ncexped.com/crush-discouragement/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/crush-discouragement/feed/ 0 <p>Challenges will come up in your life. They’ll make you feel overwhelmed and discouraged. You know those problems, the ones that can just ruin your day or even the week. I’m here to tell you that you have the ability to crush discouragement. It’s okay to experience the emotion. But it’s important that you don’t let it take over. Never let it hang around for more than three days. Decide to stand up and move forward. Show the world how courageous you are. Many times things don’t go the way you planned. Nearly everything that could go wrong on my Antarctic expedition did. I felt discouragement. But I knew that if I let that emotion stay too long, it would wipe me out. I’m a motivational speaker who will tell you to embrace, for a moment, negative emotions. They’re part of being human. It’s okay. I know the best medicine for discouragement is hope. Have hope that you can overcome whatever difficulties come your way. Use your grit to rise up and conquer your troubles. “Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” —Dale Carnegie Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become a stronger team with his techniques to overcome discouragement.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/crush-discouragement/">Crush Discouragement</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> crush discouragementChallenges will come up in your life. They’ll make you feel overwhelmed and discouraged. You know those problems, the ones that can just ruin your day or even the week. I’m here to tell you that you have the ability to crush discouragement. It’s okay to experience the emotion. But it’s important that you don’t let it take over. Never let it hang around for more than three days. Decide to stand up and move forward. Show the world how courageous you are.

Many times things don’t go the way you planned. Nearly everything that could go wrong on my Antarctic expedition did. I felt discouragement. But I knew that if I let that emotion stay too long, it would wipe me out. I’m a motivational speaker who will tell you to embrace, for a moment, negative emotions. They’re part of being human. It’s okay. I know the best medicine for discouragement is hope. Have hope that you can overcome whatever difficulties come your way. Use your grit to rise up and conquer your troubles.

“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” —Dale Carnegie

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Challenges will come up in your life. They’ll make you feel overwhelmed and discouraged. You know those problems, the ones that can just ruin your day or even the week. I’m here to tell you that you have the ability to crush discouragement. Challenges will come up in your life. They’ll make you feel overwhelmed and discouraged. You know those problems, the ones that can just ruin your day or even the week. I’m here to tell you that you have the ability to crush discouragement. It’s okay to experience the emotion. But it’s important that you don’t let it take over. Never let it hang around for more than three days. Decide to stand up and move forward. Show the world how courageous you are. Many times things don’t go the way you planned. Nearly everything that could go wrong on my Antarctic expedition did. I felt discouragement. But I knew that if I let that emotion stay too long, it would wipe me out. I’m a motivational speaker who will tell you to embrace, for a moment, negative emotions. They’re part of being human. It’s okay. I know the best medicine for discouragement is hope. Have hope that you can overcome whatever difficulties come your way. Use your grit to rise up and conquer your troubles. “Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” —Dale Carnegie Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become a stronger team with his techniques to overcome discouragement. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3935
Where you could go https://www.ncexped.com/where-you-could-go/ Thu, 04 Aug 2016 17:12:13 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3925 https://www.ncexped.com/where-you-could-go/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/where-you-could-go/feed/ 0 <p>When you think about what you are doing with your life, you have a choice. You can either continue what you’re doing and end up with the same results. Or, you can start doing the things you could do, the ones you talk about, and make a drastic change with your life. The amazing thing is that once you start changing could to did, you discover more in you that you never realized before. Taking action expands your potential. Expanding your potential is an ongoing process. One day the change doesn’t just appear out of the blue. It’s a process you have to go through. When I first started backpacking in the California Sierras, I thought I could only hike ten miles because that’s all I knew. Then I tried a fifteen mile weekend. It was tough but I succeeded. Now I can hike the Teton Crest Trail, 45 miles, in a single day. It took years to reach this point. Stay positive with your life goals. Some may take years to reach but the payoff is worth it. “Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end.” — Robin Sharma Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn tool to grow and change yourself into the team you want to be.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/where-you-could-go/">Where you could go</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Where you could goWhen you think about what you are doing with your life, you have a choice. You can either continue what you’re doing and end up with the same results. Or, you can start doing the things you could do, the ones you talk about, and make a drastic change with your life. The amazing thing is that once you start changing could to did, you discover more in you that you never realized before. Taking action expands your potential.

Expanding your potential is an ongoing process. One day the change doesn’t just appear out of the blue. It’s a process you have to go through. When I first started backpacking in the California Sierras, I thought I could only hike ten miles because that’s all I knew. Then I tried a fifteen mile weekend. It was tough but I succeeded. Now I can hike the Teton Crest Trail, 45 miles, in a single day. It took years to reach this point. Stay positive with your life goals. Some may take years to reach but the payoff is worth it.

“Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end.” Robin Sharma

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When you think about what you are doing with your life, you have a choice. You can either continue what you’re doing and end up with the same results. Or, you can start doing the things you could do, the ones you talk about, When you think about what you are doing with your life, you have a choice. You can either continue what you’re doing and end up with the same results. Or, you can start doing the things you could do, the ones you talk about, and make a drastic change with your life. The amazing thing is that once you start changing could to did, you discover more in you that you never realized before. Taking action expands your potential. Expanding your potential is an ongoing process. One day the change doesn’t just appear out of the blue. It’s a process you have to go through. When I first started backpacking in the California Sierras, I thought I could only hike ten miles because that’s all I knew. Then I tried a fifteen mile weekend. It was tough but I succeeded. Now I can hike the Teton Crest Trail, 45 miles, in a single day. It took years to reach this point. Stay positive with your life goals. Some may take years to reach but the payoff is worth it. “Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end.” — Robin Sharma Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn tool to grow and change yourself into the team you want to be. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3925
Mistakes https://www.ncexped.com/mistakes/ Thu, 28 Jul 2016 18:56:09 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3907 https://www.ncexped.com/mistakes/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/mistakes/feed/ 0 <p>You can recover from the mistakes in your life. As you grow and learn, you’ll discover a long list of things that don’t work. There’s nothing wrong with them. Failures are part of the growth process. People often feel foolish making mistakes and give up after a few tries. Never give up on yourself. Often the road to success is longer than we envision. If you’re truly dedicated to your idea, you’ll discover many ways not doing something. Failures are what you wade through on your way to success. When I was skiing to the South Pole, I never thought my shovel would break. I made the mistake of choosing the wrong tool. After repairing it, I pushed on to set a world record. You might be able to benefit from your mistakes or even use them to help others. “If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.”—John Wooden. Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to use mistakes to drive you to success.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/mistakes/">Mistakes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> MistakesYou can recover from the mistakes in your life. As you grow and learn, you’ll discover a long list of things that don’t work. There’s nothing wrong with them. Failures are part of the growth process. People often feel foolish making mistakes and give up after a few tries. Never give up on yourself. Often the road to success is longer than we envision.

If you’re truly dedicated to your idea, you’ll discover many ways not doing something. Failures are what you wade through on your way to success. When I was skiing to the South Pole, I never thought my shovel would break. I made the mistake of choosing the wrong tool. After repairing it, I pushed on to set a world record. You might be able to benefit from your mistakes or even use them to help others.

“If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.”John Wooden.

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You can recover from the mistakes in your life. As you grow and learn, you’ll discover a long list of things that don’t work. There’s nothing wrong with them. Failures are part of the growth process. People often feel foolish making mistakes and give u... You can recover from the mistakes in your life. As you grow and learn, you’ll discover a long list of things that don’t work. There’s nothing wrong with them. Failures are part of the growth process. People often feel foolish making mistakes and give up after a few tries. Never give up on yourself. Often the road to success is longer than we envision. If you’re truly dedicated to your idea, you’ll discover many ways not doing something. Failures are what you wade through on your way to success. When I was skiing to the South Pole, I never thought my shovel would break. I made the mistake of choosing the wrong tool. After repairing it, I pushed on to set a world record. You might be able to benefit from your mistakes or even use them to help others. “If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.”—John Wooden. Listen to the audio edition here   Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to use mistakes to drive you to success. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3907
Frustration https://www.ncexped.com/frustration/ Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:48:40 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3901 https://www.ncexped.com/frustration/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/frustration/feed/ 0 <p>Frustration drives so many people to give up on themselves and their dreams. Don’t let this negative emotion overwhelm your life. Frustration comes from being unable to do something for lack of skill or time. In order to gain the knowledge necessary to pursue your passion, you’ll have to sacrifice time in another aspect of your life. To grow, learn, and move closer to your goal, you’ll have to give up something. I want to cross polar ice caps, climb mountains, write about the experiences, and inspire people with them. In order to do that, I have to sacrifice many aspects of my life. I’m searching for sponsorship to ski to the North Pole. If I want to go, I need both training and dollars. Both consume time, my most precious resource. Look at what you really want to do and decide what you’ll sacrifice for it. Once you do, frustration will melt away. You’ll be happier and more satisfied. Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to cut down frustration in everything you do.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/frustration/">Frustration</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> FrustrationFrustration drives so many people to give up on themselves and their dreams. Don’t let this negative emotion overwhelm your life. Frustration comes from being unable to do something for lack of skill or time. In order to gain the knowledge necessary to pursue your passion, you’ll have to sacrifice time in another aspect of your life. To grow, learn, and move closer to your goal, you’ll have to give up something.

I want to cross polar ice caps, climb mountains, write about the experiences, and inspire people with them. In order to do that, I have to sacrifice many aspects of my life. I’m searching for sponsorship to ski to the North Pole. If I want to go, I need both training and dollars. Both consume time, my most precious resource. Look at what you really want to do and decide what you’ll sacrifice for it. Once you do, frustration will melt away. You’ll be happier and more satisfied.

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Frustration drives so many people to give up on themselves and their dreams. Don’t let this negative emotion overwhelm your life. Frustration comes from being unable to do something for lack of skill or time. Frustration drives so many people to give up on themselves and their dreams. Don’t let this negative emotion overwhelm your life. Frustration comes from being unable to do something for lack of skill or time. In order to gain the knowledge necessary to pursue your passion, you’ll have to sacrifice time in another aspect of your life. To grow, learn, and move closer to your goal, you’ll have to give up something. I want to cross polar ice caps, climb mountains, write about the experiences, and inspire people with them. In order to do that, I have to sacrifice many aspects of my life. I’m searching for sponsorship to ski to the North Pole. If I want to go, I need both training and dollars. Both consume time, my most precious resource. Look at what you really want to do and decide what you’ll sacrifice for it. Once you do, frustration will melt away. You’ll be happier and more satisfied. Listen to the audio edition here Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and learn how to cut down frustration in everything you do. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3901
Consistent effort https://www.ncexped.com/consistent-effort/ Mon, 25 Jul 2016 16:42:00 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3891 https://www.ncexped.com/consistent-effort/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/consistent-effort/feed/ 0 <p>Do a little something each day to move forward toward making your dream a reality. Some goals seem daunting if not impossible, like skiing half way across a continent. Other things take little effort, like making a phone call you’ve been putting off. Often times, all you have to do is take a simple first step. Why do we put things off for the “right time”? We’re afraid of what’ll happen. Really, there is no best time for most things. Just know that now is the best time to pursue your dream. I’m raising funds to ski across the Arctic ocean to the North Pole. It’s the toughest expedition on earth. The only way I’m going to succeed is if I do a little today, regardless of all other daily obligations and distractions. It’s amazing how far you can go if you take one step, however small, each day. You can achieve your dreams with consistent effort! Listen to the audio edition here: Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and experience consistency in your team’s daily effort!</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/consistent-effort/">Consistent effort</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Consistent effortDo a little something each day to move forward toward making your dream a reality. Some goals seem daunting if not impossible, like skiing half way across a continent. Other things take little effort, like making a phone call you’ve been putting off. Often times, all you have to do is take a simple first step.

Why do we put things off for the “right time”? We’re afraid of what’ll happen. Really, there is no best time for most things. Just know that now is the best time to pursue your dream. I’m raising funds to ski across the Arctic ocean to the North Pole. It’s the toughest expedition on earth. The only way I’m going to succeed is if I do a little today, regardless of all other daily obligations and distractions. It’s amazing how far you can go if you take one step, however small, each day. You can achieve your dreams with consistent effort!

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Do a little something each day to move forward toward making your dream a reality. Some goals seem daunting if not impossible, like skiing half way across a continent. Other things take little effort, like making a phone call you’ve been putting off. Do a little something each day to move forward toward making your dream a reality. Some goals seem daunting if not impossible, like skiing half way across a continent. Other things take little effort, like making a phone call you’ve been putting off. Often times, all you have to do is take a simple first step. Why do we put things off for the “right time”? We’re afraid of what’ll happen. Really, there is no best time for most things. Just know that now is the best time to pursue your dream. I’m raising funds to ski across the Arctic ocean to the North Pole. It’s the toughest expedition on earth. The only way I’m going to succeed is if I do a little today, regardless of all other daily obligations and distractions. It’s amazing how far you can go if you take one step, however small, each day. You can achieve your dreams with consistent effort! Listen to the audio edition here: Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and experience consistency in your team’s daily effort! Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3891
Excitement about change https://www.ncexped.com/how-exciting/ Thu, 21 Jul 2016 12:51:52 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=2843 https://www.ncexped.com/how-exciting/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/how-exciting/feed/ 0 <p>At the end of the the movie Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the main character Larry Daley played by Ben Stiller is faced with a problem. He realizes that his grand adventure is over. He took a risk to save his friends and succeeded. But the effort cost him his job. Now he is unsure what to do next. Teddy Roosevelt played by Robin Williams tells Larry, “It’s time for your next adventure.” Larry replies, “I have no idea what I’m going to do tomorrow.” Teddy whispers back, “How exciting!” When faced with uncertainty about a change in life, you can either be frightened or excited. Change is inevitable in our world. It’s your attitude that determines how well you do with the transition. Decide to be excited about your new adventure. You know there will be challenges along the way. That’s okay. It’s part of the growth process. Embrace the change with a smile and look forward to your new day. Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become excited!</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/how-exciting/">Excitement about change</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> robin-williams-how-excitingAt the end of the the movie Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the main character Larry Daley played by Ben Stiller is faced with a problem. He realizes that his grand adventure is over. He took a risk to save his friends and succeeded. But the effort cost him his job. Now he is unsure what to do next. Teddy Roosevelt played by Robin Williams tells Larry, “It’s time for your next adventure.” Larry replies, “I have no idea what I’m going to do tomorrow.” Teddy whispers back, “How exciting!”

When faced with uncertainty about a change in life, you can either be frightened or excited. Change is inevitable in our world. It’s your attitude that determines how well you do with the transition. Decide to be excited about your new adventure. You know there will be challenges along the way. That’s okay. It’s part of the growth process. Embrace the change with a smile and look forward to your new day.

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At the end of the the movie Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the main character Larry Daley played by Ben Stiller is faced with a problem. He realizes that his grand adventure is over. He took a risk to save his friends and succeeded. At the end of the the movie Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the main character Larry Daley played by Ben Stiller is faced with a problem. He realizes that his grand adventure is over. He took a risk to save his friends and succeeded. But the effort cost him his job. Now he is unsure what to do next. Teddy Roosevelt played by Robin Williams tells Larry, “It’s time for your next adventure.” Larry replies, “I have no idea what I’m going to do tomorrow.” Teddy whispers back, “How exciting!” When faced with uncertainty about a change in life, you can either be frightened or excited. Change is inevitable in our world. It’s your attitude that determines how well you do with the transition. Decide to be excited about your new adventure. You know there will be challenges along the way. That’s okay. It’s part of the growth process. Embrace the change with a smile and look forward to your new day. Book Aaron as the speaker for your next event and become excited! Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 2843
Celebrate Small Victories https://www.ncexped.com/celebrate-small-victories/ Wed, 20 Jul 2016 16:55:43 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3880 https://www.ncexped.com/celebrate-small-victories/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/celebrate-small-victories/feed/ 0 <p>When you are working on yourself or a project, how do you treat each accomplishment? Do you use the response, “It’s about time” or “Great work, keep it up”? Each one is a possible reaction to what you’ve finished. The first is what we often tell ourselves or even others. It stems from our frustration of not having a task taken care of in a timely manner. The second is positive and affirmative, providing an emotional boost. The temptation to react negatively to a long-delayed project is strong. But think about how that will make you or others feel about completing more tasks. The “about time” response will make you less excited about ticking off the next item. Negative reinforcement subconsciously sabotages your future efforts. Sure, acknowledge that it took longer than you’d hoped. That happens to everyone. Celebrate that small victory. Cheering yourself on will keep you excited. You’ll move faster and accomplish more with positive reinforcement. Listen to the audio version:</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/celebrate-small-victories/">Celebrate Small Victories</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Celebrate Small Victories

What negative reinforcement looks and feels like

When you are working on yourself or a project, how do you treat each accomplishment? Do you use the response, “It’s about time” or “Great work, keep it up”? Each one is a possible reaction to what you’ve finished. The first is what we often tell ourselves or even others. It stems from our frustration of not having a task taken care of in a timely manner. The second is positive and affirmative, providing an emotional boost.

The temptation to react negatively to a long-delayed project is strong. But think about how that will make you or others feel about completing more tasks. The “about time” response will make you less excited about ticking off the next item. Negative reinforcement subconsciously sabotages your future efforts. Sure, acknowledge that it took longer than you’d hoped. That happens to everyone. Celebrate that small victory. Cheering yourself on will keep you excited. You’ll move faster and accomplish more with positive reinforcement.

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When you are working on yourself or a project, how do you treat each accomplishment? Do you use the response, “It’s about time” or “Great work, keep it up”? Each one is a possible reaction to what you’ve finished. When you are working on yourself or a project, how do you treat each accomplishment? Do you use the response, “It’s about time” or “Great work, keep it up”? Each one is a possible reaction to what you’ve finished. The first is what we often tell ourselves or even others. It stems from our frustration of not having a task taken care of in a timely manner. The second is positive and affirmative, providing an emotional boost. The temptation to react negatively to a long-delayed project is strong. But think about how that will make you or others feel about completing more tasks. The “about time” response will make you less excited about ticking off the next item. Negative reinforcement subconsciously sabotages your future efforts. Sure, acknowledge that it took longer than you’d hoped. That happens to everyone. Celebrate that small victory. Cheering yourself on will keep you excited. You’ll move faster and accomplish more with positive reinforcement. Listen to the audio version: Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3880
Growth https://www.ncexped.com/growth/ Tue, 19 Jul 2016 17:21:24 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3877 https://www.ncexped.com/growth/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/growth/feed/ 0 <p>Growing and improving yourself is hard work. In fact, it can be one of the the greatest challenges you’ll face in life. How do you see yourself in five years? Ten years? Do you have a vision for where you want to be? Most of us spend more time planning our Christmas vacation than we do our lives. What can you do today that will move you closer to where you want to be, the vision you have of yourself? What if you don’t have a vision for yourself—that’s okay! We all have to start somewhere. Find a quiet place, leave the cel phone, pad, TV & all electronic noise makers in another room so you can’t hear them. Don’t worry, you won’t miss anything. Focus on you for 15 minutes. Write down five things you want to do with your life. This will be your first step. You can achieve personal greatness! Listen to the audio version of this Motivational Minute:</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/growth/">Growth</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> 13697277_10154575044091412_6294647232824531350_nGrowing and improving yourself is hard work. In fact, it can be one of the the greatest challenges you’ll face in life. How do you see yourself in five years? Ten years? Do you have a vision for where you want to be? Most of us spend more time planning our Christmas vacation than we do our lives.

What can you do today that will move you closer to where you want to be, the vision you have of yourself? What if you don’t have a vision for yourself—that’s okay! We all have to start somewhere. Find a quiet place, leave the cel phone, pad, TV & all electronic noise makers in another room so you can’t hear them. Don’t worry, you won’t miss anything. Focus on you for 15 minutes. Write down five things you want to do with your life. This will be your first step. You can achieve personal greatness!

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Growing and improving yourself is hard work. In fact, it can be one of the the greatest challenges you’ll face in life. How do you see yourself in five years? Ten years? Do you have a vision for where you want to be? Growing and improving yourself is hard work. In fact, it can be one of the the greatest challenges you’ll face in life. How do you see yourself in five years? Ten years? Do you have a vision for where you want to be? Most of us spend more time planning our Christmas vacation than we do our lives. What can you do today that will move you closer to where you want to be, the vision you have of yourself? What if you don’t have a vision for yourself—that’s okay! We all have to start somewhere. Find a quiet place, leave the cel phone, pad, TV & all electronic noise makers in another room so you can’t hear them. Don’t worry, you won’t miss anything. Focus on you for 15 minutes. Write down five things you want to do with your life. This will be your first step. You can achieve personal greatness! Listen to the audio version of this Motivational Minute: Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3877
KHOL Interview https://www.ncexped.com/khol-interview/ Thu, 04 Feb 2016 07:08:40 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3693 https://www.ncexped.com/khol-interview/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/khol-interview/feed/ 0 <p>I was happy to have a radio interview before my presentation at the Jackson Hole Geologist’s club meeting on Tues Feb 2, 2016. The 89.1 KHOL Interview was done in studio, so I had the chance to answer some questions on the air. This particular interview was about the specific science aspects I was going to cover for the Jackson Hole Geologists. Compared to the adventure story I presented for the Teton County Library Mountain Story program, this focused on specific scientific aspects of Antarctica: Geology Geography Magnetic vs geographic South Pole Weather Atmosphere KHOL Interview KHOL has featured me in a few interviews, so being on the radio was familiar territory. The interviewers (in this case Cassandra) have always been courteous and helpful in the online and broadcast media world. The community service announcements are appreciated by the people of Jackson Hole, as there aren’t a lot of media outlets here. Listen to the 89.1 KHOL interview broadcast on Feb 2, 2016 at 8:30am and noon: Thank you to Cassandra and the staff at 89.1 KHOL for having me on. They’ve provided me with the chance to share Antarctica, expeditions, photography, and motivation over the past year. 89.1 KHOL: The radio station The 89.1 KHOL office is located in the Center for the Arts on the grounds of the old high school in Jackson, WY. The DJs and program managers all run their shows from this location. I always thought one needed a great deal of room to run a radio station. How wrong I was. The tireless folks of this community service station, working on donations from the community, provide programming with little or no advertising. It’s difficult to imagine running an entire radio station on community funding and donations, but the little town of Jackson Hole seems to pull it off year after year. I have to congratulate the staff at 89.1 KHOL for keeping their station on the air. JH Geologist February Program GJH February Newsletter You can read the incredible description written by the the JH Geologist club in the above PDF. It was a tall order to deliver something to this standard in only an hour. It was a fun program and I was honored to speak at the JH Geologist’s club meeting. Here’s the text excerpt: THE COUNTRY WITHOUT A MAN Human presence on earth has a powerful impact on our perception of geography. Think about Mount Everest and you are likely to see in your mind’s eye a string of prayer flags. Think about Egypt and you will see the Great Pyramids. Places are distinguished as much by the people who occupy them as they are by landscapes. Different foods, languages, philosophies and ideas are so deeply embraced and institutionalized by the inhabitants of different places that something as ethereal as a political boundary between two nations can give the otherwise identical ground on either side of almost any border altogether different feels. When we travel abroad, we experience the people as much as we do their land, and they leave us with a sense of place every bit as strong as that imparted by the scenery. There is a human identity, it seems, associated with every landscape on the planet. Or almost, anyway. There is one place on earth – and probably only one place – that largely maintains an identity independent of humanity. It is a big continent, larger by far than the United States. It does not have a single permanent human inhabitant. No indigenous tribes, seat of government, military, or constitution, no ancient ruins or timeless architectural wonders, and no Jerry Springers, rap musicians, pirates, thugs, politicians, or highway men. Instead, its emperor is a penguin, it has sheets of ice 9,000 feet thick, unclimbed mountains, the only location on earth where it is impossible to go south in any direction, days and nights that last for months, and 61 to 70% of the planet’s fresh water. While there are no Antarcticans, many nations have of course laid claim to large wedges of this continent at the end of the earth. KHOL InterviewI was happy to have a radio interview before my presentation at the Jackson Hole Geologist’s club meeting on Tues Feb 2, 2016. The 89.1 KHOL Interview was done in studio, so I had the chance to answer some questions on the air.

This particular interview was about the specific science aspects I was going to cover for the Jackson Hole Geologists. Compared to the adventure story I presented for the Teton County Library Mountain Story program, this focused on specific scientific aspects of Antarctica:

  • Geology
  • Geography
  • Magnetic vs geographic South Pole
  • Weather
  • Atmosphere

KHOL Interview

KHOL has featured me in a few interviews, so being on the radio was familiar territory. The interviewers (in this case Cassandra) have always been courteous and helpful in the online and broadcast media world. The community service announcements are appreciated by the people of Jackson Hole, as there aren’t a lot of media outlets here.

Listen to the 89.1 KHOL interview broadcast on Feb 2, 2016 at 8:30am and noon:

Thank you to Cassandra and the staff at 89.1 KHOL for having me on. They’ve provided me with the chance to share Antarctica, expeditions, photography, and motivation over the past year.

89.1 KHOL: The radio station

The 89.1 KHOL office is located in the Center for the Arts on the grounds of the old high school in Jackson, WY. The DJs and program managers all run their shows from this location. I always thought one needed a great deal of room to run a radio station.

How wrong I was.

The tireless folks of this community service station, working on donations from the community, provide programming with little or no advertising. It’s difficult to imagine running an entire radio station on community funding and donations, but the little town of Jackson Hole seems to pull it off year after year. I have to congratulate the staff at 89.1 KHOL for keeping their station on the air.

JH Geologist February Program

GJH February Newsletter

You can read the incredible description written by the the JH Geologist club in the above PDF. It was a tall order to deliver something to this standard in only an hour. It was a fun program and I was honored to speak at the JH Geologist’s club meeting.

Here’s the text excerpt:

THE COUNTRY WITHOUT A MAN

Human presence on earth has a powerful impact on our perception of geography. Think about Mount Everest and you are likely to see in your mind’s eye a string of prayer flags. Think about Egypt and you will see the Great Pyramids. Places are distinguished as much by the people who occupy them as they are by landscapes. Different foods, languages, philosophies and ideas are so deeply embraced and institutionalized by the inhabitants of different places that something as ethereal as a political boundary between two nations can give the otherwise identical ground on either side of almost any border altogether different feels. When we travel abroad, we experience the people as much as we do their land, and they leave us with a sense of place every bit as strong as that imparted by the scenery. There is a human identity, it seems, associated with every landscape on the planet.

Or almost, anyway. There is one place on earth – and probably only one place – that largely maintains an identity independent of humanity. It is a big continent, larger by far than the United States. It does not have a single permanent human inhabitant. No indigenous tribes, seat of government, military, or constitution, no ancient ruins or timeless architectural wonders, and no Jerry Springers, rap musicians, pirates, thugs, politicians, or highway men. Instead, its emperor is a penguin, it has sheets of ice 9,000 feet thick, unclimbed mountains, the only location on earth where it is impossible to go south in any direction, days and nights that last for months, and 61 to 70% of the planet’s fresh water.

While there are no Antarcticans, many nations have of course laid claim to large wedges of this continent at the end of the earth. But such claims are nearly empty gestures, anchored in place with a smattering of 30 or so research camps (mostly along the coast) that provide shelter for some 5,000 summer visitors and less than 1,000 winter visitors, all of whom are imported and entirely provisioned by ships and aircraft from far, far away.

Humanity needs this land without a people to remain as it is. Its vast and icy emptiness lends critical insight into our own nature by reflecting a stage upon which we are notably absent. Some nations may have other long-term designs for Antarctica, but there is a fundamental virtue in the idea that there can still be one place on this earth that exists without the cultural identity that we inexorably impart to the lands we inhabit. A place that just is. And a needful reminder of what this planet would be without us.

This Tuesday, (February 2nd) at the Teton County Library Auditorium at 6:00pm, polar explorer, world-adventurer, and writer-photographer Aaron Linsdau will show us the Antarctica he has experienced. Only the second American to ski solo 700 miles from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole, Aaron’s perspective on Antarctica was earned the honest, old-fashioned way, and we are fortunate to have the opportunity to see it all through his eyes this week. This is one of those lectures for which you might want to arrive early. Once all the chairs are full, the Fire Marshal insists that the tardy be banished to the lobby.

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I was happy to have a radio interview before my presentation at the Jackson Hole Geologist’s club meeting on Tues Feb 2, 2016. The 89.1 KHOL Interview was done in studio, so I had the chance to answer some questions on the air. I was happy to have a radio interview before my presentation at the Jackson Hole Geologist’s club meeting on Tues Feb 2, 2016. The 89.1 KHOL Interview was done in studio, so I had the chance to answer some questions on the air. This particular interview was about the specific science aspects I was going to cover for the Jackson Hole Geologists. Compared to the adventure story I presented for the Teton County Library Mountain Story program, this focused on specific scientific aspects of Antarctica: Geology Geography Magnetic vs geographic South Pole Weather Atmosphere KHOL Interview KHOL has featured me in a few interviews, so being on the radio was familiar territory. The interviewers (in this case Cassandra) have always been courteous and helpful in the online and broadcast media world. The community service announcements are appreciated by the people of Jackson Hole, as there aren’t a lot of media outlets here. Listen to the 89.1 KHOL interview broadcast on Feb 2, 2016 at 8:30am and noon: Thank you to Cassandra and the staff at 89.1 KHOL for having me on. They’ve provided me with the chance to share Antarctica, expeditions, photography, and motivation over the past year. 89.1 KHOL: The radio station The 89.1 KHOL office is located in the Center for the Arts on the grounds of the old high school in Jackson, WY. The DJs and program managers all run their shows from this location. I always thought one needed a great deal of room to run a radio station. How wrong I was. The tireless folks of this community service station, working on donations from the community, provide programming with little or no advertising. It’s difficult to imagine running an entire radio station on community funding and donations, but the little town of Jackson Hole seems to pull it off year after year. I have to congratulate the staff at 89.1 KHOL for keeping their station on the air. JH Geologist February Program GJH February Newsletter You can read the incredible description written by the the JH Geologist club in the above PDF. It was a tall order to deliver something to this standard in only an hour. It was a fun program and I was honored to speak at the JH Geologist’s club meeting. Here’s the text excerpt: THE COUNTRY WITHOUT A MAN Human presence on earth has a powerful impact on our perception of geography. Think about Mount Everest and you are likely to see in your mind’s eye a string of prayer flags. Think about Egypt and you will see the Great Pyramids. Places are distinguished as much by the people who occupy them as they are by landscapes. Different foods, languages, philosophies and ideas are so deeply embraced and institutionalized by the inhabitants of different places that something as ethereal as a political boundary between two nations can give the otherwise identical ground on either side of almost any border altogether different feels. When we travel abroad, we experience the people as much as we do their land, and they leave us with a sense of place every bit as strong as that imparted by the scenery. There is a human identity, it seems, associated with every landscape on the planet. Or almost, anyway. There is one place on earth – and probably only one place – that largely maintains an identity independent of humanity. It is a big continent, larger by far than the United States. It does not have a single permanent human inhabitant. No indigenous tribes, seat of government, military, or constitution, no ancient ruins or timeless architectural wonders, and no Jerry Springers, rap musicians, pirates, thugs, politicians, or highway men. Instead, its emperor is a penguin, it has sheets of ice 9,000 feet thick, unclimbed mountains, the only location on earth where it is impossible to go south in any direction, days and nights that last for months, and 61 to 70% of the planet’s fresh water. While there are no Antarcticans, many nations have of course laid claim to large wedges of this continent at the end of the earth. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3693
Mountain Story Program https://www.ncexped.com/mountain-story-program/ Tue, 12 Jan 2016 17:39:59 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=3675 https://www.ncexped.com/mountain-story-program/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/mountain-story-program/feed/ 0 <p>Mountain Story Program I’m speaking at the Mountain Story Program Festival put on by the Teton County Library of Jackson Hole on Jan 12, 2016, at 7pm: https://tclib.org/programs/adults-page/mountain-story In this presentation, I’ll be telling the stories of my expeditions in  Antarctica and Greenland. My goal is to make the audience feel the energy, excitement, and cold of the Arctic and Antarctic. Both are harsh places, though completely different. The interior of Antarctica is completely devoid of life, save for a few crazy explorers like myself. The Greenland tundra is full of life, though it clings on in the short summer. Both are beautiful in their own right. I would go back to both immediately given the chance. If you’re able to ever go there, please do! Radio Media Interview This morning I was interviewed by Cassandra Lee on Jackson Hole radio station 89.1 KHOL for the Mountain Story program. You can listen to the interview below. KHOL is a community funded radio station, so they’re very active in supporting community activities.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/mountain-story-program/">Mountain Story Program</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Mountain Story Program

mountain story programI’m speaking at the Mountain Story Program Festival put on by the Teton County Library of Jackson Hole on Jan 12, 2016, at 7pm:

https://tclib.org/programs/adults-page/mountain-story

In this presentation, I’ll be telling the stories of my expeditions in  Antarctica and Greenland. My goal is to make the audience feel the energy, excitement, and cold of the Arctic and Antarctic. Both are harsh places, though completely different. The interior of Antarctica is completely devoid of life, save for a few crazy explorers like myself. The Greenland tundra is full of life, though it clings on in the short summer.

Both are beautiful in their own right. I would go back to both immediately given the chance. If you’re able to ever go there, please do!

Radio Media Interview

This morning I was interviewed by Cassandra Lee on Jackson Hole radio station 89.1 KHOL for the Mountain Story program. You can listen to the interview below.

KHOL is a community funded radio station, so they’re very active in supporting community activities.

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Mountain Story Program I’m speaking at the Mountain Story Program Festival put on by the Teton County Library of Jackson Hole on Jan 12, 2016, at 7pm: https://tclib.org/programs/adults-page/mountain-story In this presentation, Mountain Story Program I’m speaking at the Mountain Story Program Festival put on by the Teton County Library of Jackson Hole on Jan 12, 2016, at 7pm: https://tclib.org/programs/adults-page/mountain-story In this presentation, I’ll be telling the stories of my expeditions in  Antarctica and Greenland. My goal is to make the audience feel the energy, excitement, and cold of the Arctic and Antarctic. Both are harsh places, though completely different. The interior of Antarctica is completely devoid of life, save for a few crazy explorers like myself. The Greenland tundra is full of life, though it clings on in the short summer. Both are beautiful in their own right. I would go back to both immediately given the chance. If you’re able to ever go there, please do! Radio Media Interview This morning I was interviewed by Cassandra Lee on Jackson Hole radio station 89.1 KHOL for the Mountain Story program. You can listen to the interview below. KHOL is a community funded radio station, so they’re very active in supporting community activities. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 3675
KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview https://www.ncexped.com/khol-89-1-jackson-interview/ Fri, 12 Jun 2015 15:28:07 +0000 http://ncexped.com/?p=2982 https://www.ncexped.com/khol-89-1-jackson-interview/#comments https://www.ncexped.com/khol-89-1-jackson-interview/feed/ 1 <p>KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview It was a pleasure to have a KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview. Brielle Schaeffer had me on the radio for an interview yesterday. We talked about the experience of being in Antarctica, what it took to put the expedition together, and what my plans are for the future. One of the enjoyable things about being on the radio is the interaction is personal. Radio personalities like Brielle make you comfortable. You have more time than on television to speak with the folks at the station. Being on television is always fun and entertaining, too. But being on the radio has a different feel to it. Listen to the interview here: KHOL 89.1 is the Jackson Hole community radio station. Based at the Center for the Arts, the station relies on community funding to keep its programming on the air. As a member, I enjoy knowing that I support the radio station and its mission. They routinely feature authors and local interest stories. These engage the community and share the experience with everyone. Announcements on KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview Being on the radio, I also made the first public announcements of my two new upcoming books. It was fun to broadcast this information on community radio. It also forces me, as an author, to drive both projects to completion. A KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview is the perfect place to do this. One is a non-fiction work about how to create your own great adventure. It guides you through all the aspects you’ll need to consider to put on a significant adventure. Whether you are planning to row across the Atlantic, climb Denali, or ski across Antarctica, Writing solid, long-form books is a major undertaking. In fact, I found writing Antarctic Tears more challenging (in some ways!) than skiing across Antarctica alone. The distractions while writing a book are innumerable. There were no real distractions crossing Antarctica. There was only the incessant bad weather and 300 pounds of supplies to keep me occupied.  </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/khol-89-1-jackson-interview/">KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview

It was a pleasure to have a KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview. Brielle Schaeffer had me on the radio for an interview yesterday. We talked about the experience of being in Antarctica, what it took to put the expedition together, and what my plans are for the future.

One of the enjoyable things about being on the radio is the interaction is personal. Radio personalities like Brielle make you comfortable. You have more time than on television to speak with the folks at the station. Being on television is always fun and entertaining, too. But being on the radio has a different feel to it.

Listen to the interview here:

KHOL 89.1 is the Jackson Hole community radio station. Based at the Center for the Arts, the station relies on community funding to keep its programming on the air. As a member, I enjoy knowing that I support the radio station and its mission. They routinely feature authors and local interest stories. These engage the community and share the experience with everyone.

Announcements on KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview

Being on the radio, I also made the first public announcements of my two new upcoming books. It was fun to broadcast this information on community radio. It also forces me, as an author, to drive both projects to completion. A KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview is the perfect place to do this.

KHOL 89.1 Jackson InterviewOne is a non-fiction work about how to create your own great adventure. It guides you through all the aspects you’ll need to consider to put on a significant adventure. Whether you are planning to row across the Atlantic, climb Denali, or ski across Antarctica,

Writing solid, long-form books is a major undertaking. In fact, I found writing Antarctic Tears more challenging (in some ways!) than skiing across Antarctica alone. The distractions while writing a book are innumerable. There were no real distractions crossing Antarctica. There was only the incessant bad weather and 300 pounds of supplies to keep me occupied.

 

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KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview It was a pleasure to have a KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview. Brielle Schaeffer had me on the radio for an interview yesterday. We talked about the experience of being in Antarctica, what it took to put the expedition together, KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview It was a pleasure to have a KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview. Brielle Schaeffer had me on the radio for an interview yesterday. We talked about the experience of being in Antarctica, what it took to put the expedition together, and what my plans are for the future. One of the enjoyable things about being on the radio is the interaction is personal. Radio personalities like Brielle make you comfortable. You have more time than on television to speak with the folks at the station. Being on television is always fun and entertaining, too. But being on the radio has a different feel to it. Listen to the interview here: KHOL 89.1 is the Jackson Hole community radio station. Based at the Center for the Arts, the station relies on community funding to keep its programming on the air. As a member, I enjoy knowing that I support the radio station and its mission. They routinely feature authors and local interest stories. These engage the community and share the experience with everyone. Announcements on KHOL 89.1 Jackson Interview Being on the radio, I also made the first public announcements of my two new upcoming books. It was fun to broadcast this information on community radio. It also forces me, as an author, to drive both projects to completion. A KHOL 89.1 Jackson interview is the perfect place to do this. One is a non-fiction work about how to create your own great adventure. It guides you through all the aspects you’ll need to consider to put on a significant adventure. Whether you are planning to row across the Atlantic, climb Denali, or ski across Antarctica, Writing solid, long-form books is a major undertaking. In fact, I found writing Antarctic Tears more challenging (in some ways!) than skiing across Antarctica alone. The distractions while writing a book are innumerable. There were no real distractions crossing Antarctica. There was only the incessant bad weather and 300 pounds of supplies to keep me occupied.   Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 2982
Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-100/ Thu, 24 Jan 2013 14:35:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=5ecf2417314e412d99baa15165ebc33a https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-100/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-100/feed/ 0 <p>Zoom! Hello Aaron in Antarctica, final day, I don't really have a day count anymore cause well I finally made the Pole a day and a half ago. Had a super nice reception by Antarctic Logistics (ALE) here. I had a full plate of food, I mean a bunch of peo...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-100/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Zoom! Hello Aaron in Antarctica, final day, I don’t really have a day count anymore cause well I finally made the Pole a day and a half ago. Had a super nice reception by Antarctic Logistics (ALE) here. I had a full plate of food, I mean a bunch of people stayed up til 1 to meet me, it was so nice. The flight back from the South Pole took 5 – 5 and a half hours, it was really really long, it’s definitely not conducive conditions. It was fascinating to see the landscape that took me almost 3 months to ski over. My actual vision of sustrugi and wall that from the ground I couldn’t tell what they were so seeing from the air was a real treat, so that was really good. Then in the camp I’m just packing up my gear now and the Russian jet the Ilyushin suppose to be her early afternoon when we’re suppose to pack up, so that was really good. I’ve met a couple climbers and guides and all sort of nice things or people. One thing everybody asks me is I gotta see if I can find a scale to weigh myself, everybody said I look like a ridiculous scarecrow with my clothes hanging off, apparently lost more weight than I though, so that’s kinda funny how my pants keep falling down so it’s rather annoying. Uh one, a couple bad notes, a French Filmer I met yesterday, they flew out to the dome and well he broke his leg and also there’s an aircraft lost out here in the Trans Antarctic, no news but it’s out in the British news and the New Zealand news, so if you look you Tim Borek you’ll be able to find more information, definitely want to send some prayers out to them. They don’t have any communication so it doesn’t mean anything when the transponder went off so that’s never a good thing unfortunately so. The family down here is definitely hoping and praying for those folks, that’s for sure. Thank you so much for my sponsors and supporters for making this trip entirely possible for, without you I wouldn’t have been here or even had the chance to ever fulfill a dream I’ve had for over 10 years, I mean, just the opportunity to do that and then apparently I was told I believe I’m the second only American ever to solo to the South Pole, ever. The first was Todd Carmichael in 2008, he has the speed record for solo, unsupported and apparently I have the anti speed record, but I’ll deal with that, that’s ok with me so. It was pretty interesting to meet a couple people that are actually amazed at what I did and I don’t maybe I don’t think about it right but I’ll uh I guess I’ll have to learn to think about it differently. Anyway, I’ve got to get packed up cause I definitely don’t want to miss my flight home, can not become a permanent resident here. Again, thank you so much for everyone who followed me, all my supporters and all my sponsors, you guys really made this dream a total reality and all my tough times, the last 10 days, 12 days where I got worked over and skiing blind and just having a hard time. I knew I would grind it out but trying to handle the mind junk is just an experience so. Hopefully it will alter my life a little bit and I’ll become a better person and move forward and move on and move up. Thank you very much and I’ll hopefully shoot an update once I get back to the states. Thanks! Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-61/ Tue, 22 Jan 2013 01:12:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=356f198af0d79fd6e178523e83525f11 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-61/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-61/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 80. Hahaha, Camp position South 90 degrees, West, East, it really doesn't matter cause you can walk in a circle and I already subtracted some days off my life, not such a bad thing. Still quite a white out out there, um, ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-61/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 80. Hahaha, Camp position South 90 degrees, West, East, it really doesn’t matter cause you can walk in a circle and I already subtracted some days off my life, not such a bad thing. Still quite a white out out there, um, visibility is really good so hopefully they’ll be able to get a plane in tomorrow and pick me up, it’s actually quite a long flight to get back to Union Glacier, 6 or 7 hours. Um, fortunately I was able to see a target and then fog kinda cleared and I was able to see the station, where I needed to go and I’m now camped, oh gosh, 600 yards out of the South Pole station, what an experience. The station manager Weiks, Shannon and Andrea, thank you very much for giving me the tour of the station and giving me the low down and being very patient with my questions there I really appreciate it. Also Jeffrey, I hope to meet up with you, what would be for me, tomorrow morning to chit chat about my expedition, I really appreciate you following my blog. Jeffrey works at the South Pole station, real nice guy. Thank you so much to all of my sponsors and all of my private donors that made this adventure possible, it would have not ever happened without you guys, that’s for sure. Special thank you to Kelly, my expedition manager, for keeping me alive and keeping me going and I’ll begin making calls as soon as I can here. It is white out so I only have so much battery, I have to be really really careful. Thank you much, hopefully I’ll be back in the states in a week or two, it’s gonna take a while to get there, that’s for sure. Thank you, oh my gosh! Your right dad, all of a sudden, it’s over, just like that. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-99/ Mon, 21 Jan 2013 00:52:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=3c35d022ba0b17c1987a2c7bc378f473 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-99/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-99/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 79. Camp position South 089 degrees 52 decimal 668 minutes, West 032 degrees 17 decimal 367 minutes. Distance traveled 8.4 miles, time 9.5 hours, elevation 9,100 feet, distance to South Pole 7 miles, way point 4.8 miles. ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-99/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 79. Camp position South 089 degrees 52 decimal 668 minutes, West 032 degrees 17 decimal 367 minutes. Distance traveled 8.4 miles, time 9.5 hours, elevation 9,100 feet, distance to South Pole 7 miles, way point 4.8 miles. One bummer is I can actually see the station now but I can’t get to it at all because there’s a high voltage transmission line that runs right through that area so you actually have to take quite a detour which is a real bummer, meaning I’m gonna end up having a full full day tomorrow. Unfortunately I got a butt kicker of sleep last night, as you wake up and your head spins, man what I wouldn’t give for some Advil pm. Doing ok, it was white out for, fudge, 6 plus hours, I was fully navigating on instruments, that sucked. Needless to say It was quite challenging, you pretty much stumble around, look at your instrument, look up, ski 60 seconds, look down, oh man, totally crazy, but. Little bit better now, I’m able to charge the phone so I should be able to make my phone calls. Please note, I will do my absolute best to make my phone calls, cause there’s suppose to be clouds coming in so I have to keep my phone available for airplane calls and such, so I will promise to do my absolute best, gonna be tight so what ever phone number you gave me please have it ready or your cell phone. Other than that just tired, excited, nervous, after 10 years of planning, thinking, dreaming and doing, I just gotta crank out another 8 milesish tomorrow, oh boy. Hope all is well with everyone. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-98/ Sun, 20 Jan 2013 01:11:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=6aa5300267f00dc3659cb18d142d1c85 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-98/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-98/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 78. Camp position South 89 degrees 46 decimal 357 minutes, West 064 degrees 35 decimal 881 minutes. Distance traveled 6 miles, time 6 miles, distance to South Pole 14 miles, elevation 9,100 feet. VLF way point 12 miles. F...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-98/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 78. Camp position South 89 degrees 46 decimal 357 minutes, West 064 degrees 35 decimal 881 minutes. Distance traveled 6 miles, time 6 miles, distance to South Pole 14 miles, elevation 9,100 feet. VLF way point 12 miles. Four rations of food left. Today was one of the most punishing traveling days I’ve had in I can’t even remember. It was complete white out for over 5 hours at 30 knot either head on or slightly off access wind, holy moly, plus I had my goggles iced up so it was pretty much as Alf said, zin travel, so I activated my little game of counting steps and then counting sets of 60 steps up to 80 or so and that’s a session. And every, when it’s white out, play with my chest harness with compass because in 60 steps I’m stumbling on a little sastrugi, getting shoved around by the wind, instead of heading south you could actually start heading southwest in as little as 60 steps. It’s unbelievably disorienting, kinda funny cause you get that same thing that pilots have sometimes where you don’t actually believe your instruments, you look your compass, your like, no way I’m heading east, that’s crap and then you wiggle around wiggle around, oh, or you think oh the wind has shifted, wow, that’s an incredible shift, yea no not quite. So yea that was interesting. And I definitely took my expedition managers advice and slept a little bit more and felt so much better. My throats getting sore, I’ve been seeing spots for over a week and a half, …, all sorts of weird stuff. I looked at my journal and realized that I have been going 9 hours a day for 40 days straight. Imagine hard work, pulling a sled in brutal weather, freezing, for 40 days straight and I haven’t had an off day since 70 days. The only reason I had an off day at 70 days ago was because I had bronchitis. As long as the weather cools down, and hopefully it snows, forecast is I should be at the pole in 2 days, I know I keep saying that but hopefully that will improve. And soon as I get there I’ll start making my phone calls, so please be ready. Also my phones already all at half battery of course cause I haven’t had any sun to charge and currently there are ice crystals in the sky, needing my other favorite thing, snow, so crud (laugh). I was hoping for easy, boring weather to roll into, no no no no Antarctica is giving me the royal send off. Took me an hour to unbury my tent this morning, love it. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-97/ Sat, 19 Jan 2013 01:31:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=6d5290594480a2e5d9f90796a50f9e56 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-97/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-97/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 77. Position South 89 degrees 40 decimal 962 minutes, West 072 degrees 01 decimal 181 minute. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 7.3 miles. I lost an entire mile to serious serious head wind, probably 20-25 knots. It was ba...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-97/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 77. Position South 89 degrees 40 decimal 962 minutes, West 072 degrees 01 decimal 181 minute. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 7.3 miles. I lost an entire mile to serious serious head wind, probably 20-25 knots. It was bad, oh boy! oh boy! oh boy! Yea having that wind and loosing that mile and unfortunately being told that the wind will be staying with me through tomorrow means that there’s no way I will make the pole in 2 days. Seriously bummed about that, I was really hoping to roll in on, what ever day that would be, what is today? Friday? yea I was hoping to roll in on Friday evening, (he meant Sunday), that is definitely not going to happen, I’m seriously bummed. Unfortunately, uh yea, the wind that bad. I’m trying to run as cold as I can not to have fog in my goggles and not to have my kartaners get wet, which are my wool liners in my shoes or my boots, and to no avail both ice formed in my goggles and my kartankers were moist, moist meaning my feet were cold all day. And that’s not that bad but when I stop and I get off of my skis and march around and put the tent together that’s when the real pain starts. As long as I’m on my skis it’s kinda tolerable so oh man, toes are turning purple. Also that moisture causes my feet to dry out like crazy so they’re cracked, so I gotta put some lotion on them which makes my sleeping socks even colder. Definitely gonna be 3 days to the Pole, oh dang it. Hey uncle buddy thank you very much for sending my dispatches to grandpa, I really appreciate it. And Also Rincon Valley S.D. in Santa Rosa, thank you very much for listening and following on my dispatches here, I really appreciate it. Uh, oh man, wind, now the total white out where I’m blind it’s really not that big a deal other than you loose your balance, you can handle that, so my little two final nemesis are bad snow and wind and looks like Antarctica is really trying to give me a good send off here. So, in bed, I’m toast. Hope all is well with everyone. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-96/ Fri, 18 Jan 2013 00:15:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=8ac4dc7c61a923009a7d85e9a3e19147 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-96/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-96/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 76. Camp position South 89 degree 33 decimal 835 minutes, West 075 degree 53 decimal 430 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8.3 miles, distance to South Pole 26 miles, elevation 9,100 feet. It was a super nice day ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-96/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 76. Camp position South 89 degree 33 decimal 835 minutes, West 075 degree 53 decimal 430 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8.3 miles, distance to South Pole 26 miles, elevation 9,100 feet. It was a super nice day for towing, overcast and no wind so I didn’t bake by the sun and I did get my face burned off. Apparently it’s suppose to be clearing but that also means the wind’s going to be increasing. I was kinda hoping that the forecast would say yea it’s going to be just like today for the next couple days but apparently not, that’s a bummer.I found out that the visitor’s center at the South Pole I guess is already closed, so if anybody out there knows how to finagle somebody to get me in there so I can get my passport stamped and maybe buy a few trinkets, I would hugely appreciate it. It would be a major bummer to ski almost 80 days only to be nixed by about 5, that would really suck. Dad thank you very much for the prayers, I have needed them like you can not believe. I guess I wouldn’t feel so bad but I just have not been getting sleep for the past 5, 6, 7 days, I wake up at 3-3:30 and just start swirling around, it’s pretty miserable. Um (laugh) just all this mind junk spinning around in my head, I mean only 26, 25 miles out so should be ok if nothing breaks and nothing turns punishment. I did find too that some more of my rations have gone bad because they were left in the sun. I’m shuffling things around so I don’t end up totally starving. Pretty much dead on my feet constantly with hunger so that kinda sucks, I don’t want to push my rations but I’m getting real tired of just starving and that does definitely suck. What else do we have going here? Oh the audio in my blog seems to be messed up, so hopefully you guys can even hear this. Kelly if you can somehow finagle Steve Daley or somebody to somebody who knows somebody to open that visitors center, I would definitely appreciate it please. Other than that, virtually no wind right now, it’s kinda warm in the tent. I really hope that wind stays really low and it’s way off axis. I wore my glasses today instead of my goggles cause my goggles just fog now, I get too warm, I don’t know what’s wrong with me, what’s happened or what. What a pain in the butt, so hopefully I’ll be able to do that or just keep taping my face and roll with that, who knows. Other than that ok but man I just want to sleep, I just want sleep. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-95/ Thu, 17 Jan 2013 00:30:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=0d73697d795abbe55aa6e37fe83177c5 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-95/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-95/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 75. Camp position South 89 degrees 25 decimal 722 minutes, West 079 degrees 10 decimal 252 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, distance to the South Pole 34 nautical miles, elevation 9,100 feet. Way point to the VL...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-95/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 75. Camp position South 89 degrees 25 decimal 722 minutes, West 079 degrees 10 decimal 252 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, distance to the South Pole 34 nautical miles, elevation 9,100 feet. Way point to the VLf marker I’m headed for is 33 miles out at 176 degrees. Even thought I have my compass set 174 I’m still not quite on, I’m gonna correct it out to 172, using the compass here has become quite challenging cause the needle floats around everywhere and with the shaking of the compass it develops a massive bubble, I actually spend quite a lot of time trying to pin point navigate. Some areas this morning there’s tiny little lumps of sastrugi, they’re all mushy, it wasn’t too bad. Then there’s a massive open area where it’s almost impossible to sight anything and now I’m in little lumps of junk again. Uh icing on the goggles, no solution. I had it under control for so long and I think two things, one there’s no cross breeze it’s all front breeze so it just packs that air right into my face, it doesn’t blow it off and two my little masky thing hanging off my goggles to protect me probably keeps the steam in, but I noticed it’s not necessarily steam coming up but my face is actually warm, it’s the only warm part on my body. Ran with only my shirt and my parka today, I mean even though I eat against the wind when I’m sitting there it just cuts right though that thing so if the wind picks up I’m gonna have to put the leave in jacket on then the parka on, since I’m fogged up and iced anyway I guess it doesn’t matter. It was very difficult to run with the pants unzipped because any wind also bites into there. The kartankers getting wet, I figured out when I’ve got boots on I’m shoveling stuff out I get that hot flash feeling, that’s when they first get moist. They’re probably getting moist when I’m skiing but I’m cold, again this is, I think I had this problem when I first got here, battling it for about a week so again I don’t have a particular solution. As long as I can keep punching 8 plus miles a day, I don’t know if I want to mess with anything, try anything cause the more I fool with it the worse things get. Um, what else? Oh yea, weather tomorrow is suppose to be super light air but with the deteriorating conditions, overcast coming in. Apparently ALE is bugging out of South Pole camp maybe early, I don’t know what the whole deal is, so there’s not really gonna be a team there. I’m running fairly tight on food, as long as I get to the Pole in 4 days I’ve got 2 or 3 days of food left so talk about cutting it to the absolute wire. I’ve only got 2 liters of fuel left, so they’re gonna leave me 6 days of food a gallon of fuel so if terrible weather descends and they can’t come in and eventually pluck me out, I won’t starve and dehydrate to death. Should be able to arrange a tour at the station, that’ll be good. Uh guess a lot of technical details but I still got 32 miles to go. For any other activity, running, jogging, biking, anything, backpacking, 34 is nothing but on skis towing sleds it is still 4 days, it’s just blows my mind. But that’s ok I’m keeping the mantra of just gotta hang for 4 more days and then I get to just lay around and fricken sleep, I’m so toast. Wake up at 3am thrash around, I just can’t get back to sleep, it’s kickin my butt. Also being short on butter or actually having no butter, uh yea enjoying some serious bonking but I’ve got some food for it stashed, couple cookies and what not so I’m gonna start nibbing into them just to take the edge off. Hope all is well with everyone. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-94/ Wed, 16 Jan 2013 01:19:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=11c55b8bcbfa78a3910fd0361f203e6f https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-94/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-94/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 74. Camp position South 89 degrees 17 decimal 420 minutes, West 080 degree 20 decimal 831 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, elevation 9,100 feet, distance to South Pole 42 miles. Current targeting VLF airport mar...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-94/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 74. Camp position South 89 degrees 17 decimal 420 minutes, West 080 degree 20 decimal 831 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, elevation 9,100 feet, distance to South Pole 42 miles. Current targeting VLF airport marker, 42 miles at 177 degrees, I don’t want to head dead south cause there’s a huge HF antenna and I to have to divert around it and that’d cost me half a day so. At this distance I can just shoot straight forward and there should be no cost. I was trying to be real subtle about my correction with my compass to 175 and so far I’m holding the course. Found that there are, besides myself, 3 teams remaining. Villa from Iceland last night was at 89 degrees 30 minutes, so she’s probably about 3 days ahead of me. There’s a South African ski the last degree team, 89 degrees 52 minute, they should be at the Pole tomorrow and then there’s a crazy guy, poor guy, named Richard Parks, whose all the way back at 87 degrees 11 minutes. The weathers beginning to deteriorate and he’s just entering the hell zone, I can not even imagine going through that stuff in that deteriorating weather. Today was pretty much a serious day of real punishment, suppose to only be 10 knot winds and that’s how it started but it got up to 20 – 25, I mean I just died. It got strong enough to where I started getting shoved around when I was facing away from the wind. So I know that’s at the 20 plus mark and fortunately I put my parka on in the beginning. So this whole google fogging, icing thing I figured out is when that is blowing dead in my face they ice up no matter how cold I’m traveling, I mean I was a shivering cold, miserable dog and the only way I kept them relatively fog free was the last session, my hands were freezing, my feet were freezing, I was literally yelling at myself, keep warm, thinking of …Santa Ana Winds, Vegas, anywhere to keep me hot. I barely held on, I was planning to do another 15 minutes but my stomach was starting to sear, I was just roasted. I know it’s bad wind because the horizon becomes hazy and gray, when I see a gray horizon I know I’m in for a real beating. It’s been a long time since I’ve suffered through that and yea I pretty remember how much I hate it. Tomorrow the forecast is suppose to be for light wind and then Thursday it’s suppose to deteriorate theoretically 10 knots out of the east but now that I know what that means, oh my gosh. So I don’t quite know what I’m running on at the moment. Also, oh my gosh, I’ve been feeling kinda bad over the last 2 or 3 days eating breakfast, just eat some, feel blah, real yucky, take a while to eat it. What I do? I figured out today while chomping on my butter is all my butter supply has gone rancid, when it was cached by the air craft crew, it wasn’t buried so it was sitting in the sun, you’d think at minus 15/20 degrees it wouldn’t have gone bad, it’s destroyed so I’m out 7/8 blocks of butter, oh boy, um, bonus, sled lighter, major draw back, I’m gonna be hungry, gosh dang it that sucks. As long as I can hold 8.3 miles, I’ll get to the Pole or at least a Geo camp sight and then I don’t know what I’m gonna do because their gonna close down the camps so. Needless to say it’s getting tight and kinda stressful so. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-93/ Tue, 15 Jan 2013 00:24:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=64608c1dbf2c1c608d740d3615939e31 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-93/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-93/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 73. Camp position South 89 degrees 09 decimal 138 minutes, West 081 degrees 02 decimal 217 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8 miles, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 51 nautical miles. Next way point ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-93/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 73. Camp position S89 09.138, W081 02.217. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8 miles, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 51 nautical miles. Next way point I’m targeting is actually a VLF marker, for air crafts, just off the pole at 177 degrees, so as it’s about 50 miles away, I need to start correcting for that instead of heading about 180 degrees south, otherwise I’m gonna end up with over a half a day of travel just to laterally traverse which would really suck. So at this distance, 04 degrees, I just dial that in, hopefully on the compass, I tried to dial it in today but I actually didn’t do too well so. I’ll make my correction more severe, cause 2 or 3 degrees I can’t even, it’s really tough to even do on the compass especially with the huge bubble that develops when that things shaking so definitely a challenge there. Also I ran into some mushy sastrugi from 89.03 to 89.06, it was all lateral to the traverse, uh that sucked, slowed me down, it was only a quarter mile slow down but slow down is slow down and my hip lets me know that yea dude not pleasant. So that was interesting. Um, hey question for Alf, I was calculating the horizon viewing distance for human is about 3.4 miles and yet when I see objects on the horizon and I march towards them, they’re maybe only a quarter miles distance, does the earth move around here or what? If you could give me a calculation on that I’m kinda curious. Uh Kelly asked if I could seam seal the goggles, if I would have done it probably several weeks ago when it was warmer and I could get my goggles totally dry then maybe. I keep piling on duct tape but that doesn’t seem to do anything. One thing I found too is it’s when the wind is dead in my face that’s when I die cause today I was really good and when the wind shifted a little bit, then my face foom, almost immediately. So what I did was I started walking with my face sideways and after a while things cleared up so I don’t know what the deal is with that, I’m not blowing it out but, too I notice when I’m going where ever the wind directions coming from the opposite side tends to be the one that will fog up, uh I don’t know. I’ve just been trying to run as cold as possible, when I’m skiing I’m just cold and when I stop I’m shivering and just miserable, to try and keep those goggles from fogging cause once they fog I can’t navigate cause all the globs of snow out here is so small and subtle that your goggles aren’t clear you just can’t see em, that really sucks. My mom asked, how much weight do I think I’ve lost? Definitely notice the pants are a little bit looser, my stomach isn’t gone, I’ve consuming probably 5,700 calories a day, toss down a cookie or 2 just to cut the bonking out I suffer the first 2 sessions cause that’s pretty miserable, seems to help a lot. Also, today I went to total inner space, not the Martin Short movie, but just going through memories of places I’ve been, where I’ve gone, what I’ve done, people I’ve known, people I’ve forgotten, cause I’m just trying to pass the time as much as I want to listen to my ipod, it dies in this extreme cold and I can’t get the audio books to play in proper order so it’s infuriating and useless anyway. Hopefully as long as the weather holds out, 6 days to the Pole, give or take. Out!

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Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 73. Camp position South 89 degrees 09 decimal 138 minutes, West 081 degrees 02 decimal 217 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8 miles, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 51 nautical miles. Next way point ... Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 73. Camp position South 89 degrees 09 decimal 138 minutes, West 081 degrees 02 decimal 217 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 8 miles, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 51 nautical miles. Next way point ... Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 1235
Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-49/ Mon, 14 Jan 2013 00:28:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=c6fd236bedc85ae4d9ec0d59817bd0f7 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-49/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-49/feed/ 0 <p>Hello erin in then turn to good day and that is in oh my gosh days to meet you this campaign vision cell 893014115 minutes was 081231 forward as long liner for a minute this is really want to remodel timing travel niner miles elevation give you his nam...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-49/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello erin in then turn to good day and that is in oh my gosh days to meet you this campaign vision cell 893014115 minutes was 081231 forward as long liner for a minute this is really want to remodel timing travel niner miles elevation give you his name is the sooner you know is this is the both of you 9 well … finally finally finally saying that the the 93 you would be able to do the wondered you could retrieve some now I see why all those areas please reason those knows is 700 roof you think forest expenses for travel doing is len as the desperately wish to … bill have there’s the … time while you’re doing now … yeah give me today well today probably 9 or 10 world that hello long ago decided that’s for sure … today was a pretty nice time day lyndon it’s andon turned around and told us like possibly could hi and I’ve been like I’ll go on the last day tues tuesday shin eeze going to somehow … home or julius on those out those it will save warm and actually talk now they will get wiped out there and get it back to normal but … hello stars and is every grace day I was shivering free violently sister and stay cool and during towing in richmond ever over heated said … and little bit spectrum so cold to hot but I go through and 990 minutes from great time this is towing to hey come on man and for ….

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-32/ Sun, 13 Jan 2013 00:12:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=116ba4035645a65dd480bb8a7f051c0b https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-32/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-32/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 71. Camp position South 88 degrees 52 decimal 861 minutes, West 081 degree 21 decimal 244 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, distance to South Pole 67 nautical miles, elevation 9,000 feet. Oh yea it was one of tho...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-32/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 71. Camp position South 88 degrees 52 decimal 861 minutes, West 081 degree 21 decimal 244 minutes. Distance 8.3 miles, time 9 hours, distance to South Pole 67 nautical miles, elevation 9,000 feet. Oh yea it was one of those weird ones today, even though it was minus 20 degrees, session 2 and 3, I was literally down to my shirt with my parka and jacket wrapped around my waist it was so hot. It’s kinda weird it’s not hot but the solar radiation here is so intense it just cooks ya and my goggles didn’t ice up, they fogged decently but I couldn’t break down any farther than that. The interesting thing is I also had a tail wind for those two sessions so that actually made it hotter but the tail wind kicked up just enough where it was cooling on my back and actually gave me a little burst of speed so that actually felt good, kinda nice to enjoy that for once. Then by session 4, just a little puff of wind from the south or east or whatever hit me and whoaaa, I mean just 2 or 3 knots is all it takes and boy jacket back on, go from alpine gloves to mittens, I mean, wooo, doesn’t take but anything to slice and dice ya, that’s for sure. So it’s definitely a weird place um your in minus 20 degrees and yet your on absolute fire just hanging out, so definitely a problem there. Not too bad of camp ground, the surface continues to be soft and mushy, I’ve been warned that is pretty much the way it’s going to be all the way to the Pole. I did get a chance to speak with Hannah McKeand last night, gave me some pointers on how to try and maintain my goggles and get that all up and at this point I’m just having challenges trying to maintain and keep that and I think I’m just gonna cover my face with band aids and hopefully that’ll all do it so I”l actually will look like Bossk the Bounty Hunter from Empire Strikes Back, that’ll be an interesting look that’s for sure. Other than that I’ve currently got eleven rations and assuming everything goes ok, I’m gonna keep doing 8.3 miles a day, I’ll get to the Pole in about 8 days. Uh yea, I’m having to put an extra half session at the end of the day to get past that 8 mile mark and that’s a really butt kicker, my achilles, my feet, my knee and my hips and my back really don’t like it but I don’t want to drop too many miles cause there’s a massive cloud bank hanging off to the east here, been told it shouldn’t visit me but you know how weather forcasts are they can be instantly different so pretty much pray for me that I have good weather coming into the Pole. Definitely still 64/67 miles, it’s not next door that’s for sure. I hope all is well with everyone. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-55/ Sat, 12 Jan 2013 00:14:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=6c25d31fc058612a2f0954211f01cd7c https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-55/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-55/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 70. Camp position South 88 degree 44 decimal 608 minutes, West 081 degree 54 decimal 712 minutes. Distance 8.3 nautical miles, time of travel 9 hours, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 75 nautical miles. I'm re...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-55/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 70. Camp position South 88 degree 44 decimal 608 minutes, West 081 degree 54 decimal 712 minutes. Distance 8.3 nautical miles, time of travel 9 hours, elevation 9,000 feet, distance to South Pole 75 nautical miles. I’m really trying to keep it at 8.1 to 8.3 miles per day so I can knock this thing out in 9 days and knocking it out is a relative term, I just talked to one of the staff at ALE and they say I’m kind of a legend and yea a legend in my own mind maybe but, apparently I’m buying or the longest time ever to South Pole and probably not quitting but, that’s ok I’ll go with that. Finally took some lip and cheek damage, I’ve had frost hanging off my face for quite a bit and it finally got me, not bad but, gosh darn it. So I antibacterial it and gel it and bandage it. One thing I’ve run into, until I get some good sun, I just can’t wear my face mask breathing through it with my goggles, in fact yesterday I found that a huge ice chunk seemed the breathing holes of that thing so no wonder I couldn’t breath I was practically hyperventilating, it was just so cold dead in my face. So today, switched around went with the parka and hood, it was ok other than boy it doesn’t take long to get bit, at all. That was kind of a bummer but oh well, as long as I can keep it under control and it doesn’t get infected, that’s apparently not uncommon, uh yea. Let’s see what do we got, oh the Wort crew sends it’s best wishes, thank you very much. The crew at the Wort Hotel I really appreciate that. Peter and Emily, thank you very much for the donation, I’ll make sure to get the phone call into you guys there, and a special shout out to your three daughters Piper, Sage and Ruby, thank you three so much for following my expedition I really appreciate it, hopefully it inspires you to do something really big and exciting with your life too. Let’s see, the surface is kinda mushy at this point, so it makes the Pole even a bigger fight so even though my sleds dropped 2 pounds a day at least, the surface is kinda crunchy and mushy so it really all seems to end up being the same. And also it was near whiteout today so it was definitely zin travel but apparently it’s suppose to be not as bad tomorrow but higher winds so I have no idea how I’m gonna deal with that with this whole face thing but, I don’t know, I figure it out I just can’t have my mask icing over anymore, until I get done there’s no way to deal with it. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-59/ Thu, 10 Jan 2013 01:03:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=cb481017ef1c8bdf8d40a5da41d36fdd https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-59/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-59/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 68. Camp position South 88 degrees 27 decimal 240 minutes, West 082 degrees 22 decimal 818 minutes. Distance to South Pole 92 miles, distance traveled today 9 miles, time traveled 10 hours, elevation 9,400 feet. Oh my gos...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-59/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 68. Camp position South 88 degrees 27 decimal 240 minutes, West 082 degrees 22 decimal 818 minutes. Distance to South Pole 92 miles, distance traveled today 9 miles, time traveled 10 hours, elevation 9,400 feet. Oh my gosh my feet hurt, oh. Trying to toss in that extra half mile, 3 quarter mile at the end of the day is a real butt kicker, I was desperate to get that 9 miles today. Found out some good news that the team that just made the South Pole said that the perpendicular lateral sastrugi I’ve been crossing suppose to die at 88.38 so it’s just about at a day range for me but. Looking forward to this stuff thinning out cause man my knees hurt, my hips hurt, my feet are searing and it’s starting to kill my lower back cause that constant jerking. Even though I’ve got a bungee in there to take the sharp shock off, still it knocks your whole body around, it pretty much sucks. Boy it is cold here now just a 5 to 10 knot wind picked up today. I can’t use my alpine gloves anymore except in just dead calm conditions. All my Outdoor Research gloves have been totally awesome, I highly recommend it, but after 60 plus days of no laundering it just got so filthy that they’re no doing anything so. This is the first day I busted out my mittens and man I was glad for it, those things are little toasters, Outdoor Research mittens. They’re not sponsoring me but let me tell ya I’d go buy those things again in a heartbeat. Um yea it’s so cold that my shot blocks from Cliff Bar products, they don’t really chew anymore, they shatter in the little rail, so I have to stick em in my mouth and spin around for a minute or 2 for them to soften up enough, I mean I couldn’t even bite through if I wanted, a jaw breaker is softer than those things. A detail note, I always make sure to do fuel transfers outside of my tent, whether filling bottles, putting caps on or whatever cause boy a couple times I’ve accidentally tapped em and almost knocked them over and I’ve heard of other expeditions completely ruin gear, so you definitely don’t want to do that. Hey a shout out to my brother Jason, Jake and Justin, hopefully you guys do something real nice for your moms birthday tomorrow and then Mark, thanks very much for the message on facebook and thank you everybody else. You have no idea how uplifting that is and I’m glad I can be inspiring to you guys. Hope to meet your wife there Mark, I’d like to meet Joselyn soon. A shout out to Esther and Rays family, Esther, Ray , Jenny, Aiden and Jessa, Thank you very much for the donation and look forward to talking to you guys, definitely look forward to seeing you when I get back. I’ve had to break out my new kartankers because my feet are just getting too cold. They’re actually quite thin now and I’ve had my new kartankers in the boots which are these mesh wool liners and I’ve actually, when I got into my tent and I took them off actually I had frost inside my boots, it’s just that cold so. Boy oh boy and I had a horrible icing problem in my goggles, I haven’t had that since mid November cause of the wind dead in my face so. I gotta try some different things tomorrow cause boy that’s pretty miserable. It’s suppose to be low clouds coming in I hope it’s not ground white out, that’ll kill me. Hope all’s well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-92/ Wed, 09 Jan 2013 00:32:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=47d4a072b12b1f25fe52704d42d24fc5 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-92/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-92/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 67. Camp position South 88 degrees 18 decimal 773 minutes, West 082 degrees 36 decimal 407 minutes. Time 9 hours, distance 8.3 miles, distance to South Pole 101 miles, current elevation 9,635 feet. I don't exactly believe...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-92/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 67. Camp position South 88 degrees 18 decimal 773 minutes, West 082 degrees 36 decimal 407 minutes. Time 9 hours, distance 8.3 miles, distance to South Pole 101 miles, current elevation 9,635 feet. I don’t exactly believe that because I was told that the South Pole is exactly 9,186 feet so. GPS elevation’s always kinda fuzzy and especially down here is quite erroneous and unless all of a sudden I start going down a bunch of hills over the next 100 miles, I’ll probably have to correct that out. The hill that I went up yesterday and camp on, I’m now calling that 6 Session Hill, took me a full 6 sessions, an entire day in totality to get up that thing, unbelievable. And then I’m camped on another hill right now, the tough part has been the streaking and sastrugi isn’t particularly big but it’s exactly perpendicular to my line of travel so you just can’t get a good speed and keep moving, you just keep hitting stuff so, it’s quite discouraging that’s for sure. It keeps making me do static friction in motion in 20 feet and then you stop, just kinda saps your energy. Speaking of sapping energy, I got the enjoyable little gastro intestinal activity this afternoon, I haven’t had that in I don’t even know how long. I think it stems from my camp cookware, smelled a little funny last night, I poured the usual boiling water in there and I thought it was clean, wrong. So I triple boiled it and kinda worked it over and hopefully will be ok. Naturally of course I ended up with my strongest meal, chili mac beef so (laugh), boy you don’t want to be near my tent tomorrow morning that’s for sure. Let’s see what else do we got going here, any of the newcomers that are following this expedition here, if you have any questions or thoughts or want to know anything about what it’s like down here or what I’m doing this for or how I do certain things please shoot me an email on facebook or through my expedition manager, Kelly, my parents or however you know me, then they’ll definitely be able to get me the message. And also everybody that sent messages, thank you so much it definitely raises the spirit that’s for sure. Thank goodness today was a very nice day, barely any breeze cause man that stuffs now cutting like a razor blade, even just a little 5 knot wind and you’re like “oohh”. I can hardly use my alpine gloves, I have to wear the pogies. I’m gonna have to break out the mittens and I really hate using those things cause, I don’t know the pogies are annoying. I can take off the pogies and then use my alpine gloves to do things but once I’ve got the mittens on, the only way I can really practically do things is to take out my liner gloves to fiddle things and that really sucks. So uh I mean you just, in this air temperature, it’s probably minus 25 minus 30, you just can not have your skin exposed to air, especially the wind, I mean the wind chill’s at minus 70 even at 10 knot wind and boy that’ll get ya. Hope all is well with everyone. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-91/ Tue, 08 Jan 2013 00:57:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=f279840a41062fa36ad8606252a7dadf https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-91/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-91/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 66. Camp position South 88 degrees 10 decimal 476 minutes, West 082 degrees 18 decimal 508 minutes. Woohoo, ok, 10.2 miles in 10 hours. Currently I am located in what I'm going to call Four Session Hill. It's going to tak...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-91/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 66. Camp position South 88 degrees 10 decimal 476 minutes, West 082 degrees 18 decimal 508 minutes. Woohoo, ok, 10.2 miles in 10 hours. Currently I am located in what I’m going to call Four Session Hill. It’s going to take me 4 sessions to get over this thing, I’ve burned up 3 getting up it, had to put an extra hour in that normally wouldn’t do simply because there were no camp sites for a good hour and I mean all I need is a 10×10 and vaguely lumpy flat space and boy it did not exist no. I’ve been told that once I get past this thing the sastrugi’s suppose to thin out, I sure hope so cause my hip hurts, my back hurts, this stuff is really taking a toll on me. Other than that it was actually quite a nice travel day, the sun was out, just a kiss of wind so I wore my stomach skirt, that is my jacket around my waist, one chilblain that’s kinda a little chafed so I gotta keep that guy under control. Just having a tough time keeping cool but not getting burned on the skin so I use my face mask to drop it down, breath through my mouth and then put it back up so yes that makes me a lathering mouth breather, oh well I guess that’s the way it works out here. My brother Jason asked me if I was ready for a Carne Asada burrito, you better believe it, I think about that place in Point Loma constantly now. I pretty much concluded I’m heading towards hating chocolate at this point, it’s not doing a lot for me anymore not just emotionally, I don’t care about that but just fuel wise so not too useful. The ipod in my head unfortunately brought up 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall in the morning, of all things to come across in my head, gosh dang it that sucked. It’s been kinda weird cause during the day every so often I’ll these color swatches, just like these ovoid shapes in my lower peripheral vision and usually at least once a day I will see in my upper peripheral vision what I think is a raven, of course it’s not but maybe I’m starting to see things, that’s not good. If I had real foresight I would have either brought dehydrated rum or dehydrated liquor because man I really need one right now, that’s for sure. A shout out one of our sponsors, MicroUSA Inc. and thank you very much Arjun Jain for sponsoring this trip, they are a unique technology company located in San Diego in the Rancho Bernard of technical district, they have a fascinating camera that I had the pleasure and honor to work on that can actually see into and under water from aircraft flying above so. They can see whales, submarines, submerged containers or whatever there might be there. Quite fascinating, it’s well worth the quick swing by their website, again thank you very much for your sponsorship and support. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-90/ Sun, 06 Jan 2013 23:31:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=afcc4f45de5e67f39c00778bd2d73b8f https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-90/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-90/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 65. Camp position South 88 degrees 00 decimal 457 minutes, West 083 degrees 07 decimal 141 minutes. Distance 8.6 miles time of travel 9 hours, elevation 9,300 feet, distance to South Pole 120 miles. Woohoo, finally dear L...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-90/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 65. Camp position South 88 degrees 00 decimal 457 minutes, West 083 degrees 07 decimal 141 minutes. Distance 8.6 miles time of travel 9 hours, elevation 9,300 feet, distance to South Pole 120 miles. Woohoo, finally dear Lord I am in the 88 degree ring. Oh my gosh, I can not believe the punishment it has been to get here, hohohoho. Today the sastrugi, until about 4 O’clock and I stop at 6, was just pure punishment, my hip is killing me. But what I figured out is because I had to run my traces so short, traces are what attach me to the Charlie sleds, and to prevent the sleds from crashing into things and they did anyway, I even had a turtle where it fully rolled over, that I had so much lifting force and it wasn’t balanced, it’s just breaking my hip. As soon as the sastrugi started to descend here I’ve been able to let the traces out a bit and it’s felt much much better, thank goodness. Uh it was light sun today, overcast, and a tiny bit of snow right now and boy I hope it doesn’t snow anymore, cause that makes things miserable. Let’s see, I have the most incredible optical display I think I’ve ever seen ever, granted I don’t live in snowy locations but there was the 22 and a half degree sun bow around the sun, each side had a blazing bright sun dog of rainbow color, then there was a much rarer 45 degree sun bow around the sun and dead vertical was opposing 45 degree sun bow. I don’t even think I’ve ever read about that in my atmospherics book, and then there was a full 360 degree white halo from the sun all the way around the sky and I couldn’t exactly measure it but it was either 75 or 90 degree there was a bright sunburst as well and I don’t remember that ever being in my atmospheric optics book either, so I’ll have to look that thing up, I’m sure it was but it’s so rare and I got to see it down here, that was so cool. Yea that brings a tear to your eye let me tell ya. Uh yea the punishment level at the 87 degree area, by the time I get home I’m gonna need to see a podiatrist, and orthopedist, a regular doctor, probably the dentist, a psychiatrist, psychologist and a chiropractor all in the same week cause I am gonna be a fricken wreck, oh my gosh. But I’m about 1.5 miles off the scrap track but I found some other expeditionist tracks and I’m running on those at the moment just to save myself a little bit of time cause I really wanna roll this thing, get it done and get home to see people. I saw two twin otters flying South today and also the basler flying South and It was neat, one twin otter flew low, nothing happened, the other one flew high and left a contrail, so looked pretty fascinating there. Questions that have come up, Wendy asked, does my food freezer burn after all these weeks? nope, there’s really no moisture in any of the food I have so there’s nothing to burn thank goodness, freezer burn cookies would be awful. Poor Kelly my expedition manager is developing completion anxiety for me, uh don’t develop that yet until I’m about 3 or 4 days out, then we’ll talk about that. Hope all is well with everybody. It is January 6th 2013. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-89/ Sat, 05 Jan 2013 23:36:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=8ce25679888dc4ffea95af51589ebf07 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-89/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-89/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 64. Camp position South 87 degrees 51 decimal 938, West 082 degrees 38 decimal 198. Time traveled 9 hours, distance 10 miles, distance to South Pole 127 miles, elevation 8,900 feet. Wow! I'm just camped west, in a place I...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-89/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 64. Camp position South 87 degrees 51 decimal 938, West 082 degrees 38 decimal 198. Time traveled 9 hours, distance 10 miles, distance to South Pole 127 miles, elevation 8,900 feet. Wow! I’m just camped west, in a place I’m going to call Impassable Titan Valley, the sastrugi in there has achieved over 9 feet, almost 10 feet high, the holes are massive, if my sleds would have fallen in there I, uh I don’t know what I would of done, probably would have broke things, I probably would have been toast and then there’s no rescue because there’s no place for an aircraft to land for miles around. Needless to say, a place you don’t want to go. Fortunately I found some other explorer tracks and I was warned you gotta be careful about following them cause you never know. But everybody instead of heading south they actually headed southwest and went on a constant contour around this valley and I had to say thank goodness because I would of pundled directly into that thing thinking, oh I better just head dead south, I would have been toast. It was satrugi upon sastrugi, side by side, it was like nothing I’d ever run into, even Colossal Hill and One Way Hill were not this bad, there were still paths, this stuff, I’m still on the upper rim, and it’s barely passable, totally crazy. So yep, passing, right hip is really starting to bug me so I gotta start feeding that thing advil, I don’t know. Trying to poke around and prod and figure out what the hecks going on with it, um yea I don’t know, hopefully it’s not in the joints just the muscles buggin out. To those in Jackson Hole suffering the 14 to 20 degrees below, hey your right there with me, but don’t forget you get to run from your car to your house to your work place, whatever your getting to do. I get to live in this 24 hours a day, you should try it sometime. Go out and camp in it, go out to Yellowstone go camping or Teton when it’s that cold, it’s pretty entertaining that for sure. Shout out to Emmett, thank you very much for starting to follow me here. Also, shout out to Brandon Stone at KUSI, thank you for doing the original story on me, I really appreciate it. Shout out to Lydia at Hybridge Communications, thank you so much for doing the copy work and creating a very cool business card that you allowed me to make or however you want to say that but I think I distributed over 250 in course of the time you guys making them to the time I left, that’s been a really good thing. Hopefully I will be able to crack 7 or 8 miles tomorrow and I’ll get to the 88 degree mark and start to get out of this crazy sastrugi. I thought it was bad before but, whoa my gosh. Also it was weird today, minus 20 degrees, I looked like Sid the sloth from Ice Age, I had icicles hanging from my mustache, I mean one inch long it was crazy and yet, because there was no breeze, I was roasting. The only thing I was wearing was my wool shirt and my shell jacket tied around my neck (laugh), fricken unbelievable. Right now there are thin clouds marching past and all I’m doing is praying they do not end up in a white out, if they do I have no idea how I’m gonna get through this jumbled mess, woohoo. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-88/ Fri, 04 Jan 2013 23:30:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=51c241036a4bc57e5a5c53088ba4d58f https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-88/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-88/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 63. Camp position South 87 degrees 42 decimal 198 minutes, West 082 degrees 36 decimal 470 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance only a poultry 7.5 miles. I have not done that since day 28, It's kinda crushing. I've b...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-88/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 63. Camp position South 87 degrees 42 decimal 198 minutes, West 082 degrees 36 decimal 470 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance only a poultry 7.5 miles. I have not done that since day 28, It’s kinda crushing. I’ve been told that the sastrugis another 2 to 4 days depending on how it goes for me and well uh (laugh) great, I was told it’s kind of a self imposed purgatory pushing a boulder up a hill. But I woke up in sustrugi ground for 8 hours in sastrugi, had a partial ground white out blow through with clouds and a 25 plus knot wind in my face so, between all those I actually got blown off course a half mile so I need to correct that tomorrow. Oh man, wish it was a little bit better but. I’m getting this new clothing system dialed in for the new temperature and wind condition, it’s a little bit tough, it doesn’t take but the slightest unzip of your jacket and inch or 2 and you go from over heating to freezing, it’s kinda crazy. So that’s kind of Antarctica where you take a lot of punishment that’s for sure. Hey mom the pogies are actually working ok but they’re holding up just fine, I just desperately wish I would have put some velcro on like you suggested cause when the winds really strong the the up wind one just keeps blowing right down, it drives me nuts. Let’s see, Aunt Nancy, I look forward to the steak and peas at the Silver Dollar believe me. Hello to all the staff at the Wort Hotel, thank you very much for keeping up and following me through my odyssey and expedition in Antarctica, it’s quite a good time here. My cousin Teresa daughter Elora, mentioned that some of the students at Southwest High School are following my expedition now, that’s my alma mater, I graduated in 1992, can’t believe it’s already been 20 plus years, that is so crazy. And I don’t know if they’re still up in the auditorium, gymnasium there but if you look up and see 1992 CIF championship volley ball, I was part of that team and helped us win it against Bonita back in those days. I don’t know if there are any photos left there from that time, you can actually find me in some of those pictures. Definitely good memories to come back to, I really miss those easier days in school, you think they’re tough now but believe me, when you got a cranky boss breathing down your neck daily and projects or whatever to get done, boy that’s uh I don’t know, enjoy it while you can in the school and maybe if there’s a chance I’ll be able to come and give a talk or two in some of the classes there if you guys are interested. My dad also asked me to explain compass declination, right now the compass is at, in Antarctica, actually point to, not the geographic South pole but a point off the coast of Antarctica, probably I’m guessing 900 miles away, so right now if I don’t correct for that instead of pointing south my compass actually will point southwest, so if I didn’t correct for that error. I would actually end up about 120 miles away from the Pole if I kept on that way. Also, the geographic or geomagnetic North Pole is not at the North Pole either so between those two oddities of the magnetic pole being off the coast of Antarctica you really have to be careful about messing that up, currently my declination is at 45 degrees so it’s way off. It doesn’t take much to mess you up and the compass is very floaty down here, the magnetic field is quite weak so, takes a little bit of effort to use. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-87/ Thu, 03 Jan 2013 23:29:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=71777d4f379dd7ce22b36087f77b753b https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-87/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-87/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 62. Holy crap, more massive sastrugi. One team actually reported 9 feet high, I only saw 6 and 7 but. Anyway, camp position South 87 degrees 34 decimal 755 minutes, West 082 degrees 24 decimal 761 minutes. Distance only 8...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-87/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 62. Holy crap, more massive sastrugi. One team actually reported 9 feet high, I only saw 6 and 7 but. Anyway, camp position South 87 degrees 34 decimal 755 minutes, West 082 degrees 24 decimal 761 minutes. Distance only 8.5 miles, times 9 hours, distance to South Pole 145 miles, elevation 8,400 feet. Oh my gosh, the last hill I went over 87 degrees, 29 minutes, give or take, the drop off were so insane that I couldn’t go down them, actually had to go around them, that murders you on time going around stuff here, just kills you. So that probably whacked me on my mileage there which totally sucks but not much I can do about that. Let’s see, just totally crazy, apparently it’s gonna last 3 days, I was hoping to get out in 2 by doing 10 miles a day but not looking good for that so here we are battling sastrugi and apparently all other teams report absolute insanity as well so, I’m right there with them, it’ll be over soon but not soon enough. It’s beautiful but brutal. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-86/ Thu, 03 Jan 2013 00:13:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=656bf3a9954304fa2c19fb078187bef5 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-86/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-86/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 61. Camp position South 87 degrees 26 decimal 301, West 082 degrees 35 decimal 456 minutes. Time of travel 8 hours, distance 9 miles, elevation 8,200 feet, distance to South Pole 154 miles. Holy Moly, what I'm calling at ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-86/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 61. Camp position South 87 degrees 26 decimal 301, West 082 degrees 35 decimal 456 minutes. Time of travel 8 hours, distance 9 miles, elevation 8,200 feet, distance to South Pole 154 miles. Holy Moly, what I’m calling at 87 degrees 21 minutes south 082 degrees 25 minutes west is Colossal Hills, the sastrugi in there was so insane it was almost impassable. I mean from the hole to the top almost got to 8 feet on some of those things, I mean it was crazy. And no unfortunately I did not take any photographs, the weather was bad and it was super cold, the wind was ripping through and yada yada yada, no, no photographs. I was doing my absolute best not to fall down and break something seriously. The morning started out quite overcast and windy and mean, fortunately it broke through in a couple hours, of course once those clouds go away it actually gets much much colder. So I’ve been kinda fighting that, I’ve converted over to my parka, was hoping to wear my vest but I still got too warm with that thing. One of the reason definitely need to stay in my parka now on is I got a little wind burn and freezer burn on my cheek, gosh darn it. Since the winds southwest, it’s a little bit weird but I guess it changes somewhere along here. So I’ve got a band aid over that guy to keep it protected and also use one of those big self adhesive bandages to protect my stomach and the chilblains there so. Trying to hold it together at 8,200 feet, it’s much colder here, damn. Uh pretty much I’ve only had maybe 15/20 minute reprieves from sastrugi the whole time. Apparently all other teams reported, it’s just unbelievable. I was told that, it was reported that at about 88 degrees it clears up and goes back to normal so, I’ve got another three good days of punishment. It’s amazing how beautiful the formations are and I can spend hours and hours photographing them assuming I didn’t freeze, but I have to make miles and after a while you see the stuff, you start yelling at it, I don’t know, maybe that’s me but, I just start smashing through and not caring, I’m sure I’ll look back and wish I done more but when you gotta make miles and do all that it’s about all you can do. Sure hoping every body’s doing ok, wishing I could receive some messages from you guys, that’d be really nice. Well hopefully the weather will stay stable tomorrow with a light breeze. I pretty much camped in a patch of medium to light sastrugi so, all you do is just smash your sleds over things all day, I couldn’t imagine anybody riding their bike or anything through here, I mean even walking through here is exceedingly difficult, it’s so deep. The nice thing about skis is it actually bridges all that craziness. Just trying to stay warm, kinda weird I get super hot and yet there’s several points of my body that it bites me so, well do you get chilblains and bites or do you get too hot? I don’t know, that’s a tough call. Even though everything is cold and I gotta figure out how to run my boots in the morning, my kartanker wool liners are still moist, annoying the heck out of me, can not figure out how to deal with that. Hope all is well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-85/ Wed, 02 Jan 2013 00:38:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=67b2a2c253b5c9d9694afd4ee58b2fad https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-85/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-85/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Happy New Year 2013, Aaron in Anarctica, day 60. Camp position South 87 degrees 17 decimal 404 minutes, West 082 degrees 39 decimal 525 minutes. Distance traveled 11.5 miles, time 10 hours, elevation 8,000 feet, Distance to Sout Pole 162 miles, I...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-85/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Happy New Year 2013, Aaron in Anarctica, day 60. Camp position South 87 degrees 17 decimal 404 minutes, West 082 degrees 39 decimal 525 minutes. Distance traveled 11.5 miles, time 10 hours, elevation 8,000 feet, Distance to Sout Pole 162 miles, I think, something like that, that doesn’t make sense, well whatever. Anyway, yea kinda having some higher altitude challenges now it’s like being up in Yellowstone, the water bottles are starting to feeze in Charlie Red, so I’m gonna have to keep them in the sleeping bag again, that’s a real pain in the butt. Stomach chilblains, they’re getting worse, I’m gonna have to wrap my other jacket around my waist. It’s just generally colder here, I mean one of the problems is I’m not powering up hard enough to generate the heat cause I had a good 6/7, 6 and a half hours of pure sastrugi crossing, just pure punishment and apparently it’s suppose to be like this for another 45 miles, oh my gosh, that’s gonna be freaking crazy. I did pick up my cache, everything seems to be here, I haven’t gone throught the goody bag yet but I’m gonna use a couple of those 4×4 bandages and put them on my stomach right now just to keep the air and the wind off cause that is the number one cause that gives you chilblains, wish I could put more clothing on just to battle it off but still just at that point where I’m gonna get too hot so, uh yea still kind of a challenge. Other than that going pretty well, hope everybody had a happy, good new years and didn’t have too bad of a hang over and a good time. Other than that I’m about a mile and a half of the normal track so tomorrow I’m gonna head back at 178 degrees to get back on point. And also 13 miles south is the crevasse field so definitely want to stay west of that bad boy, I don’t want anything to happen there that’s for sure. I learned that I’m about average for crossing sastrugi so that’s not all bad. One interesting here is a correction factor on the compass is now 45 degrees for the declination so if I didn’t put the declination in I would end up about 130 miles away from the Pole where I think I would be so definitely something you gotta be ultra careful about, the crazy declination here is pretty wild. Hope all is well with everybody, thanks. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-84/ Mon, 31 Dec 2012 23:57:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=ae731d68fbdafd72b62cf9ea1c0faef3 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-84/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-84/feed/ 0 <p>Hello this is Aaron in Antarctica, day 59. Camp position South 87 degrees 06 decimal 056 minutes, West 082 degrees 11 decimal 087 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 10 miles, distance to cache two 11.5 miles, elevation 7,800 feet, distance to So...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-84/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello this is Aaron in Antarctica, day 59. Camp position South 87 degrees 06 decimal 056 minutes, West 082 degrees 11 decimal 087 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 10 miles, distance to cache two 11.5 miles, elevation 7,800 feet, distance to South Pole 173 miles. Holy crud it’s starting to get cold here, woo boy. Tomorrow I’m gonna have to put my vest back on under my shell … I’ve been traveling, it’s annoying cause I’m pretty much feezing and still my gogles are fogging up cause I’m steaming up, it’s a hell of a battle. I actually had to wear my poggies all day even with my alpine gloves on so that’s been kinda crazy. Definitely getting colder but one of the problems is I’m crossing these massive sastrugi fields where I’m just kinda going under anaerobic power and just can not get the speed to warm up so between slow and fast, very difficult to manage that heat. I’ve been told the sastrugi classically lasts til 88 degrees 10 minutes, not exactly what I wanted to hear, real bummer, Also I was told that Hannah McKeand, most experienced skier on this entire route, has reported the sastrugui is worse then she’s seen in many many years and she has a lot of experience doing it so, this is gonna suck for about maybe 60 miles, oh man, that’s gonna be really rough. I can’t imagine somebody riding their bike through this stuf, I mean I can barely ski and stumble through it. Let’s see questions, will I eat chocolate and cookies after I do all this? from Stephanie B. in Cincinnati, and yes I am taking picks, Stephanie is also one of the major supporters of this expedition, thank you so much, I really appreciate it. I hope you guys are having a good time out there in the mid west, should be midnight fairly soon for you, hope your not just clocked out in bed. Nancy will be counting steaks and peas for new years, I gotta say I would love to have steak and peas right now. New years eve dinner is chili mac with beef uh yea. Let’s see what makes sustrugis so tall? I’m not exactly sure why they get so big at the 87 degree mark, I have no idea, all I know is that the wind really whips around and it drives it, just the right condition. For one thing I noticed, there are a lot steeper hills here that roll up and down rather than the light rolling hills I’ve experienced and there are a lot more valleys here. So right now actually this is a valley, I’m gonna call new years valley, whatever I want to call it. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-83/ Sun, 30 Dec 2012 23:32:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=e475648df8131b4a00ba14a239b9262a https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-83/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-83/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 58. Camp position South 86 degrees 56 decimal 376 minutes, West 082 degrees 04 decimal 930. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 11.5 miles, elevation 7,600 feet, distance to cache, I'm not exactly sure around 20 miles, dista...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-83/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 58. Camp position South 86 degrees 56 decimal 376 minutes, West 082 degrees 04 decimal 930. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 11.5 miles, elevation 7,600 feet, distance to cache, I’m not exactly sure around 20 miles, distance to South Pole 183 miles. It’s a good thing I checked on my cache position cause what I was given to where the aircraft actually dropped it was, crud, almost a mile and a half almost 2 miles differnce I would’ve totally missed it. And unfortunately looks like a storm is skirting me right now which will really suck cause I hit the notorious sastrugi section, holy cow, this stuff’s 6/10 feet tall, I head east west and that means you gotta go laterally through it. Man if my sleds were on skis they would’ve gotten pulverised if not destroyed here. I’m doing my absolute best to make sure I don’t wreck my skis otherwise it’s gonna be a horrible walk, I mean that’s the one big stresser for me is making sure I keep my skis in tact. Not too many people I understand break them but man if they do that’s a long sucky walk. The sastruis super beautiful, but the, I had two major sections that each took about an hour and a half to cross. I noticed my mileage dropped quite significantly cause you just slow down a heck of a lot. I did get to photograph a few but the last section I hit of course was in session 6, I had no desire to stop and fool around, I want to get to camp and set it up, cause it takes a while to get through there and there are no real good places to camp in there unless you want to throw yourself a hole and wrap a sleeping bag and hope everything somehow magically works out, which of course never does here. So right now that edge of the storm is kinda skirting, it’s sunny it’s dark it’s sunny it’s dark. I’m hoping it blows through tonight, I’ll have ok conditions tomorrow just a light breeze, did totally die for a little bit so man it got hot again, I’m being relative at minus 15 degrees. I had to wear my jacket as a cloke and I’m still wearing my stomache skirt, my fleece jacket, my chilblains on my stomache are bothering me, I haven’t broken skin or turned black but it’s something I gotta be really careful about now. It is December 30th that means in Japan it is Happy New Years Eve to Wendy there, hope you go out and have a bunch of fun with friends and just remember those 3 advil after you get home cause you know how it is a day later. And then all of you who are still on the day before time zone, I don’t know what your new years plans are, mine are pretty much to ski ski ski, I wish I would’ve brought a little bit of, a vial of rum with me, that would’ve been some serious forward thinking but oh well sometimes it doesn’t work out that way. Having fun, going across that sastrugi my … really bug me, it’s so stressful holding your arms up constantly, fighting them, it’s kinda challenging. And the hills here are getting pretty crazy too and I think that’s what’s causing the sastrugi, I can’t believe the steepness of the hills, I don’t know, really strange I figured it would’ve flattened out but guess you gotta gain elevation somehow. I have this delusion it would be this smooth incline (laugh), guess that’s a delusion. Hope all’s well. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-82/ Sun, 30 Dec 2012 00:31:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=9f23615d039806f1149720b1286c635f https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-82/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-82/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 57. Camp position South 86 degrees 44 decimal 994 minutes, West 081 degrees 59 decimal 288 minutes. Time traveled 10 hours, distance 13 miles, distance to next cache 34 miles, distance to South Pole 195 miles, elevation 7...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-82/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 57. Camp position South 86 degrees 44 decimal 994 minutes, West 081 degrees 59 decimal 288 minutes. Time traveled 10 hours, distance 13 miles, distance to next cache 34 miles, distance to South Pole 195 miles, elevation 7,200 feet. Ended up crossing two big domes and in it went through a place dubbed Valley 7 and in the bottom of that place is the place called The Pit now. Oh my gosh, as I began descending in the hill, I thought ah this isn’t bad and then it gets steeper, steeper, steeper and then the sleds, Charlies, starts scooting by themselves a little bit, oh not a good sign. So um yea, kept getting steeper and steeper, all of a sudden I noticed a sastrugi that usually you see them not to far away but boy this stuff did not get close forever telling me it was huge and sure enough there were small mountains inside this Pit, the sastrugi was over 6 feet tall, scooped out in bowls so it may be 8 feet tall in totality. It’s actually kind of a scary place, I was able to win my way through it but once I got to the bottom I realized, oh man, the only way a sastrugi this big is with really bad wind. Sure enough at the top of the hill everything’s pretty good but once I got in there that wind really started ripping, that was kinda miserable so. I knew I had to get outa there and unfortunately I had descended the Pit in session 6, normally my last session of the day, ending at 5:45 and I started getting up the hill, then I was like I gotta get out of this thing, the only got worse and worse as I started pouring down that hill. The east side of the hill was at least as steep as the one in Doom Valley, boy that thing sucks, so I’m headed up the south end and I’m camped about three quarters of the way up but man this thing goes on and on. The hill was so steep coming out of that, there were just no camp sites, I mean just nothing, it was icy and crunchy. So I rested for about 5 minutes, didn’t take a break, didn’t eat or get a sip of water casue I knew the longer I took the longer it was going to take for me to get a camp site, so I plowed for gosh another 45 plus minutes looking for even a vaguely suitable place. Right now I’m perched on a, it’s not a shelf on the cliff sense of it, the only shelf I ran into in the last 15 minutes that was even viable and I mean around me it’s all hilly so the Charlie sleds will take right off on me, ah geez. So I’m looking at another grind tomorrow. Hopefully the sastrugi I’m suppose to run into isn’t as big as that stuff down there cause oh my gosh I couldn’t believe how big that stuff was and certainly hope I don’t run to big valleys and pits like I’ve been cause it took me an extra hour to eek out that 13 miles and if it’s like this I’m in trouble. I took the extra advil at 2 o’clock to keep the pain at bay and definitely helped but the sustrugi also probaly helped, so if it starts getting rough like this the mileage will definitely tick down. Hope everybody’s doing well, I’m not sure what your plans for new years are but shoot me a message and let me know and I’ll toss it out. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-81/ Fri, 28 Dec 2012 23:50:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=6f249cc313b31fb212d48cbe19a1e8cf https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-81/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-81/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 56. Camp position South 86 degrees 32 decimal 032 minutes, West 082 degrees 05 decimal 401 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 13 miles. First things first, wholy crud I did not mean to make the insult or make the f...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-81/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 56. Camp position South 86 degrees 32 decimal 032 minutes, West 082 degrees 05 decimal 401 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 13 miles. First things first, wholy crud I did not mean to make the insult or make the forget, a very belated Merry Christmas and thank you oh oh oh so much to Wendy Davis of Tokyo Japan, I’m super sorry I forgot you on my Christmas wish list there, I really apologize for that one, just a total mental fubar on my part. Wendy is actually one of the major supporters and private sponsors of this expedition, she really helped out getting a lot of info, especially the travel set up for this thing to figure all out how the heck to even get my butt down here and down to Chile in a very timely and efficient manner so. Definitely didn’t mean to miss you there Wendy, I really apologize. Hopefully you guys have a roaring New Years in a couple days and get drunk, unfortunately I have no liquor with me what so ever, and you can’t take enough advil to do anything interesting without killing yourself so we’ll skip that part. Let’s see, camp information, distance to cache 47 miles, elevation 6,800 feet, distance to South Pole 208 miles. Let’s see, it has been cold, whoo boy, I noticed the chilblains on my stomache expanded a bit yesterday, and it’s cause that wind just starting to cut through my Event jacket, so today I put my stomache chilblain skirt on, that is my fleece jacket, I just tie it around my waist and use it as an apron skirt, that seemed to cut the edge off , cause there’s a good 15 knot wind almost the whole day so. Snow shifted around, sastrugi dusted a little bit, things that were here aren’t here, gone, it was kinda weird, you can watch my tracks blow in right behind me so, Even if I had to follow myself back, I’d be in real trouble so, thank goodness for compass and GPS. Left foot, oh boy that’s starting to hurt, that’s not a good sign so. What I’ve done is broken out my new kartankers put them in my boots and I’m jamming them in there to shape them so I can use them in the next day or two cause oh man, and it’s usually the big problem I have is when I get in these huge flat runs like today, the valley I cross where I camp, man it takes me 3 hours to get across that thing, then add a flat area of 4 and a half, boy, I mean it was huge and I’ve been going up a hill for the last hour and a half, hopefully I’ll top out here pretty quick. Weather contitions, pretty good, just even in my tent it’s starting to get cold, just the sun and barely a light wind so. The altitude is starting to catch up that’s for sure, I can start to feel it, I barely made 13 miles today and I suspect it’s not gonna get any better as time goes on and I’ve been told that bad sastrugi is gonna be heading my way in probably one degree, I don’t know. I understand ground conditions are gonna get pretty poor real quick here so It’ll be interesting, It’ll be good to get to my cache so I can supply up and also been notified that another expeditionist has decided to bail out so there’s a cache there as well waiting that if I need some extra supplies I will be able to use those, hopefully it all woks out for him but that cache has been abandoned so it is available to me, which is good, maybe there’ll something interesting in there to eat besides Lara bars, Pro bars, chocolate, pecan sandie, uh what else do I eat? almonds and shot blocks, that’s all I eat all day other than breakfast dust and dinner dust. Hope all is well with everybody. Out!

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Audio Dispatch https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-80/ Thu, 27 Dec 2012 23:39:00 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?guid=e269588a1500f9f1a838ab82310e2b54 https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-80/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-80/feed/ 0 <p>Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 55 Camp position South 86 degrees 19 decimal 152 minutes, West 082 degrees 07 decimal 836 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 13 miles. Distance to next cahch 60 miles, distance to South Pole 221 miles, current elev...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/audio-dispatch-80/">Audio Dispatch</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p> Hello Aaron in Antarctica, day 55 Camp position South 86 degrees 19 decimal 152 minutes, West 082 degrees 07 decimal 836 minutes. Time of travel 9 hours, distance 13 miles. Distance to next cahch 60 miles, distance to South Pole 221 miles, current elevation 6,100 feet. Got the 12 rations remaining so I look pretty good there. Definitely learned there is a reason why I always bury the valance and to… last night I went to bed and… woke up today and the tent was booming… white out…blowing by, 20 knot winds uh yea, I noticed my barometer on my watch said, whoa hey better watch out, thanks, great. So even though it looks beautiful when you go to sleep, everything looks calm, horizon looks clear, you always put chunks of ice and snow, dusty snow, all the way around the tent because otherwise this whole place would have been filled with wind drift and I would have been choking out, it would have been a total mess and everything would have been wet so. Always always do that it was definitely a critical detail which I know it but getting burried is far far worse that’s for sure. Today the travel was quite good, there was only on super long rise, took about a session, session and a half to get up it then massive dead zone, two and a half sessions, each session 75 minutes, I’ve got a 15 minute break in between so. I mean it just went on and on and on it was crazy, actually after a while I kinda wish I had the ipod set so I could listen to an audio book, I mean it was just like wholy cow does this flatness ever end, it was kinda weird. Now the snow up here is wind packed so when I hit my ski pole on it the basket mushes in, I mean it’s probably gonna be like that for the rest of the trip, which is kind of a bummer cause it just keeps slowly getting softer and softer which of course slows you down and gives you more work. Looks like there’s a little sastrugi ahead, no such a bad thing cause … session 3, so I’m going along everythings all warmed up, just fine, all of a sudden the wind shifts slightly, it gets super cold, my regular medium gloves, I mean one minute my hands are searing and wanting to the …, so turn face away from the wind, put my heavy gloves on, had to power it up for a minute or 2, out my hood back up, I mean just weirdest thing, the wind before felt relitively warm and just ice out of nowhere, it’s the weirdest thing. I’ve had that happen several times, I haven’t figured out the correlation between eating or anything, I just think the wind shifts but a terribly cold pocket of air comes along. Also, I’ve started to notice I can feel a little bit of the altitude now after coming up this last hill, maybe it’s psychosomatic, I’m not totally sure on that one but I’ll roll with it and know that I can’t just lack the first session otherwise I get wacked. Somebody asked, how’s the beard? uh it’s there, it looks like crud, definitely not my look. My mom asked, did I take my passport? yes I did, cause apparently you can get your paasport stamped at the South Pole so absolutely want to get that done that’s for sure. Camped right now, right before a hill, excited to get to my next cache if I can sustain this rate, it will be about 5 and a half days, that’ll be really nice, then I’ll have tons of food and fuel and safety to make it to the Pole. One thing is my left foots really, like left toe pad is really starting to bug me so I’m gonna swap out for my new kartankers and also switched out my bungy too cause I think that’s starting to wear out so doing ok otherwise. Out!

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Into the blizzard https://www.ncexped.com/into-the-blizzard/ Thu, 29 Dec 2011 14:10:41 +0000 http://blog.aaronlinsdau.com/?p=343 https://www.ncexped.com/into-the-blizzard/#respond https://www.ncexped.com/into-the-blizzard/feed/ 0 <p>Your browser does not support the video tag Oh the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside is so delightful. Lame excuse – when the snow is driving like this it’s difficult if not impossible to see with a headlamp. I am waiting till first light that way I can pack all my gear and not have to try and use artificial light. When walking into driving snow like that with a headlamp, the snow reflects, basically blinding you. This is going to be a great today slog out of the park in this weather. This is exactly the experience I came for. Although it’s only 20 deg outside so it’s really not that cold but I’ll take it where I can get it.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com/into-the-blizzard/">Into the blizzard</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.ncexped.com">AARON LINSDAU Motivational Speaker</a>.</p>

Oh the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside is so delightful.

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Lame excuse – when the snow is driving like this it’s difficult if not impossible to see with a headlamp. I am waiting till first light that way I can pack all my gear and not have to try and use artificial light.

When walking into driving snow like that with a headlamp, the snow reflects, basically blinding you.

This is going to be a great today slog out of the park in this weather. This is exactly the experience I came for. Although it’s only 20 deg outside so it’s really not that cold but I’ll take it where I can get it.

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Your browser does not support the video tag Oh the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside is so delightful. Lame excuse – when the snow is driving like this it’s difficult if not impossible to see with a headlamp. Your browser does not support the video tag Oh the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside is so delightful. Lame excuse – when the snow is driving like this it’s difficult if not impossible to see with a headlamp. I am waiting till first light that way I can pack all my gear and not have to try and use artificial light. When walking into driving snow like that with a headlamp, the snow reflects, basically blinding you. This is going to be a great today slog out of the park in this weather. This is exactly the experience I came for. Although it’s only 20 deg outside so it’s really not that cold but I’ll take it where I can get it. Adventure Life with Aaron Linsdau clean 343