This week I had no guest lined up and had no real topic I wanted to cover on my own so Just figured I would tell you, the listeners, about some of my favorite spots along the Oregon coast to adventure to for the summer. From the Peter Iredale Shipwreck to Samuel H Boardman Scenic Corridor the Oregon coast is unlike any other coast line in the world. Thank for Listening
Lost in Transit Podcast
The weather is getting warmer and our desire to be outside is growing stronger. So for those of you who are looking to hit the open road and see some of the beauty that America has to offer I've put together this little list of National Parks that are rarely visited. So if you're looking to get outside and escape the crowds this podcast is for you.
It's been a rough week trying to finish all the Photo Blogs on my website and it led me to think about the fact that I don't only take photos for my trips but I also try and journal them as well. In this podcast I talk about the different ways you can document and remember the trips you've taken.
On this weeks episode I polled some Listener questions off of my personal and the Podcast Social Media Pages. Questions like “How the novice traveler can start” and “How to Prepare for foreign toilets”. I would like to thank all those who sent messages, for those I didn’t get to Ill keep them around for next time. I briefly talk about my photography in the episode below is a list of the camera gear I typically carry when I travel.
So first I would like to start off by saying this podcast is what I do sometimes and it’s not something you have to live by. Below you will find a list of the things I talk about that I carry with me. It will be broken up in sections much like in the podcast.
This is my home - The North Face Base Camp Duffle Size Small, Plain Black T-Shirts , Quick Dry Underwear, Socks - I usually try and wear socks with some flare. , Pants - I tend to lean towards plain old fashion levi’s. I rock those cargo shorts like a nerd. Also Swimmers , A Nice Fancy Shirt Some Thermal Undies, Anyone? and they all get stuffed in a Space Saver bag. It gets sweaty when you travel take a bandana or 2. It also get’s cold don’t forget to take a Hat. I keep all of my small things in these Eagle creek bags
I keep my camera gear in another one of those Eagle Creek Bags. Inside the bag you will find 2 Leica Q Camera Batteries, 1 Leica Battery Charger, 4 (Depending on if i’ve got my computer) 64gb SD cards, A Battery Backup, Headphones (In a pelican 1010), 2 iPhone Chargers, 2 Lighting to 1/8” adaptors.
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For years I have always loved traveling and talking and just about anything that had to do with traveling so I figured maybe it was time to start a podcast. Welcome to the Lost in Transit Podcast.
Below you will find some helpful links
Lonely Planet - for all your guide book needs
Kayak - to help you book your trip. Check out the explore option.
The North Face Base Camp backpack - This is the bag I travel everywhere with
Universal Power Adaptor - Not everywhere uses the same power plug be prepared.
Leica Q - Fixed 28MM Point and Shoot Camera I use while Traveling
Canon 5d Mark 4 - My back up camera I use
Canon 70-200MM version 2 - for those far away shots
Sigma Art 24-35MM - For when I forget my Leica
Audio Technica 2020 USB Mic - This is the microphone I use to record the podcast.
Macbook Pro 15” - The Computer I use
Audacity - Free software I use to edit the podcast