Ep 0010 – A Bike Camera POV Adventure to Ostrich Land USA

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Podcast Recap
Blake Fowler, Manager of Ostrich Land USA :010
Blake from Ostrich Land USA in Solvang, CA , does the opener and tells us all about the history of Ostrich Land USA.

Thanks Idaho! 2:22
Laurie gives an iTunes update and tells about countries and states from where the podcast is downloaded.

The Bike Helmet Camera Plan 4:00
Laurie tells about the planned bike ride from Buellton to Solvang, and how it turned out.

About Kids in Bikes’ Sean Mahan 5:21
About the group behind this week’s featured Creative Commons song.

The Bike Ride and Ostrich Land 6:54
The audio footage of the POV bike ride. Hear Laurie feed the ostriches right on tape! (ok, it’s an expression – ‘hear it on digital’ just doesn’t feel right)

Leore and Michelle 9:36
Laurie interviews others having fun feeding ostriches and wine tasting.

Allison and Eva 10:40
More wine tasting ostrich feeders. Where is the Emu?

Poolside chat 13:22
Laurie muses about her weight history and current body image as well as the benefits of having a focus on adventure. Find out about Laurie and Mark’s Adventure List.

Creative Commons Song of the Week 21:30
Transference by Kids on Bikes, picked by Laurie



How to pick the featured song
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Host: Laurie Weaver
Guest Voice-over artist: Blake Fowler, Manager of Ostrich Land USA
Guest: Blake Fowler, Manager of Ostrich Land USA
Guests: Leore and Michelle customers of Ostrich Land USA
Guests: Allison and Eva customers of Ostrich Land USA
Episode number: 0010
Episode release date: Nov. 21, 2013
Episode show notes: http://dailyadventuretales.com/ostrich/
Next episode: Thanksgiving hiking stories and turkey tips from Mark

Mentioned:

Ostrich Land USA
Offical site
Article about Ostrichland USA from Inside Santa Ynez Valley Magazine

Sean Mahan
See Sean’s art

Kids on Bikes
Hear more music and learn about this surf-sounding bike band.
Kids on Bikes on soundcloud

Facebook extra
See photos from Laurie and Mark’s bike and ostrich adventure on http://facebook.com/dailyadventuretales

YouTube extras
See the POV bike footage on the road to Solvang and Ostrich Land USA at youtube.com/dailyadventuretales

Model being photoshopped video

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Ep 0010 – A Bike Camera POV Adventure to Ostrich Land USA

2 thoughts on “Ep 0010 – A Bike Camera POV Adventure to Ostrich Land USA

    1. Laurie@DailyAdventureTales Post author

      Yes, the sky was certainly beautiful, too bad I wasn’t making a documentary about that! Lemonade time. If I had gotten the footage the first go round, Mark wouldn’t have had the chance to feed the Ostriches too, and that is really something not to be missed. It was really fun.

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