Episode 15: We Took to the Woods is LIVE! We are back with another Cabin Chat, sharing old articles about Winter and some awesome music.
We prime this episode with discussing the frigid weather that is sweeping across the country.
To follow along with the cold winter weather chat, I share a reading from We Took to the Woods from Louise Dickinson Rich all about how the author, her friends, and family kept their feet warm in the winter. This is a fun listen to learn about the winter footwear trends in the 1940s.
Up next, Erik shares an article from Recreation magazine from 1909 and tells the story of Edward Pason Weston and the lost art of pedestrianism.
“I love traveling through time on the Cabincast!” -Kristin
Thank you to our sponsor, Roughing it in Style.
Cocktails are one of my favorite ways to stay warm in winter. I share a couple of my favorite Winter cocktails. The first cocktail I share came from littlesugarsnap.com and is a Winter Gin and Tonic, a perfect transition for this summery drink. The next drink I share, is a favorite among my friends, the Winter Sangria. This recipe comes from purewow.com and is definitely one to try out!
To round off the episode, Erik shares a couple songs we really think you will love. The first song is from The Bones of J.R. Jones called Stay Wild. The second song is from Avi Vinocur and is called Go North. Both of these songs are on our Spotify playlist as well!
“It’s really neat to see people sharing and helping other people.” -Erik
Thank you for listening to this week’s episode, see you next week!