Ezra David Romero

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Outdoorsy is a new podcast from Valley Public Radio, NPR for Central California. We take you to wild places in the middle of California and introduce you to the people that explore them. This part of the Golden State is home to some of the best outdoor places to explore. Think Yosemite National Park, Sierra National Forest, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and so many more. Take a listen. Hosts: Ezra David Romero - Twitter: @ezraromero Kerry Klein - Twitter: @EineKleineKerry Instagram: @outdoorsypod Twitter: @Outdoorsypod


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Outdoorsy 5: Playing In The Snow

February 22nd, 2017

Today, we’re taking advantage of the season and venturing out into the snow. We’ve gotten a lot of it this winter, so it’s the perfect opportunity for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Or at least snowball fights. A native New Englander, Kerry loves the winter—as long as she’s bundled up and warm. Ezra: not so much. But as far as winter...

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