Sunday, July 3, 2016

RtNP#66 Pebbles

Summer has been great so far and even if my training for a fall marathon was set back a little, my running has also been great. In this episode there is a few reports on wildlife spottings and some of my race plans but as usual it is mostly random talking about not very important stuff.  This was recorded on a mid summer leisure run that turned into a self imposed race challenge.

The birds I talk about is:
Kaja - Western Jackdaw      wikipedia link
Buskskv√§tta - Whinchat      wikipedia link


Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way      www.matthewebel.com

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

RtNP#65 Freedom

I hope you still subscribe because I haven't stopped podcasting, I just took a longer break. Longer than I wanted to - sorry.
In this episode you can hear me talk some of where I've been and where I'm at now. It's good to be back, I've missed you all.

Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way      www.matthewebel.com

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

RtNP#64 Windswept

Here is another episode already, quite close to the previous one but my head has been filled with thoughts the last couple of days and I wanted to share a few of them with you.
The day was not really suitable for recording because of strong winds but here it is anyway. I hope the wind isn't completely ruining the listening experience. It didn't ruin my running experience, it made me struggle but did in no way ruin the joy of running or the pleasure of spending some time outdoors.
The thoughts I wanted to share is connected to a tragic event that took place much too close to us. But I also talk about my planned journey, the cello project and the wind.


Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way      www.matthewebel.com


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Friday, October 16, 2015

RtNP#63 Fall Running Event

Autumn is slowly approaching here and daylight fades earlier for each day. But the air is fresh and crisp, nature changes into amazing colors, it isn't really cold yet and spending time outdoors is a real pleasure.

This episode contains a few updates on my running, some news of the Autumn Adventure I plan for this year, and some really great music. The audio presents ambience of both roads and woods, guess which I prefer.  - the woods, I prefer the woods, but I guess you knew that.

Music: Indigo - River  (2:33)  (used with permisson)   Facebook     SoundCloud

Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way     www.matthewebel.com


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Sunday, August 9, 2015

RtNP#62 I'm Back

So, finally, after a long break, I'm back.
 Not that I have anything of particular importance to share but I do enjoy chatting with you for a while. As a matter of fact I've really missed producing the podcast and this connection with you. I'll try to reestablish the habit of recording and posting on a more regular basis, aiming for monthly but not making any promises.

How have you been? Feedback please. It is a lot easier to talk when I know who is listening, who I am speaking with.

This episode is just me chatting along without any specific purpose other than to have a type of conversation with fellow runners while running. Similar to what could be if we actually were running side by side.


Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way     www.matthewebel.com


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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

RtNP#61 Athens Marathon 2014

In this episode you can hear me talk about the trip I did to Greece in November. A trip which purpose initially was to run the Athens Marathon. I did attend the marathon but unfortunately not as a runner but as a spectator.


 The music is from Mevio's Music Alley, at musicalley.com



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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

RtNP#60 The Bacon is Not Yet Cooked

I would have liked to make this comeback episode, after my long absence, something much more spectacular than this. But sometimes unforeseen events comes about and obstacles prevents intended progress. In other words: I've been slightly injured and that put a halt to my running and also made my mood drop to a very low point. I am usually a slow talker but in this recording it is almost ridiculous. My feet and my voice seems to be dragging each other backwards.

Unfortunately this episode turned out to be very slow and even if it picks up a little towards the end a warning could be in place. Beware, you might face the risk of falling asleep while listening. I promise I'll do my best to improve and try to make the next episode more interesting.

Most of the content in this episode is about my injury and my fear of not being able to run the planned Athens Marathon. I'm sorry to bother you with my negative thoughts but this has been my recent reality and that's why I share it. And towards the end it does turn into a more positive tone.



The music is from Mevio's Music Alley, at musicalley.com 



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