Ep 0004 – Going Home – part 1 of 3 – What memories do you feature?

Sunrise silhouettes Mount Rainier above Puget Sound
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Adventure Challenge: When you visit your past, what memories come up? Which do you cherish? Which do you wish to let go? Think of featured memories like a quilt made of squares you get to design. Pick one memory and tell us what that square would look like.

Podcast Recap
What memories do you feature?
Laurie takes an early morning walk down memory lane along the shore of Puget Sound and podcasts in the field from a dock.

Jillian Michaels’s Eagle, Duck, Rabbit story
Laurie tells a cool story she heard on Jillan Michael’s podcast about discovering and going with your natural talents.

iTunes update for Daily Adventure Tales
Laurie updates you on her latest rankings snafus and thanks the audience.

Free Music Archive:
Visit freemusicarchive.org., find a song you like and tweet the link @AdventureLaurie. She will feature your twitter handle and the song on an upcoming podcast.

Song of the Week from @AdventureLaurie
Bitter Heart by Zee Avi

Live on WFMU with Irene Trudel 6/1/2009 (Zee Avi) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0



Host: Laurie Weaver
Guest Voice-over artist: Bob Bunge
Episode number: 0004
Episode release date: Oct., 10, 2013
Episode show notes:http://dailyadventuretales.com/episode-4-going-home-part-1/
Next episode: Laurie goes home to Tacoma part 2 of 3. All about bravery and solice.

Mentioned:
Silver Cloud Inn
The Silver Cloud Inn is Laurie and Mark’s favorite place to stay in Tacoma.

Jillian Michaels
Jillian Michaels and her producer Janice Ungaro’s podcasts are a staple of Laurie’s hiking life!

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What do you Say?
What memory would you choose to keep? Comment here and tell the tale!