Video Podcast - Linda Ballou
Season 1, Episode 13 • Educational, History, 09-Aug-2022
Brett talks with Linda Ballou, author of the novel EMBRACE OF THE WILD which was inspired by Equestrian Explorer Isabella Bird.
Our guest today has been Blessed with a double dose of genetic wanderlust, and loves to explore. At thirteen her pioneering parents took her to Alaska where she became firmly grounded in nature.
Linda’s articles have appeared in American Fitness, Northwest Travel Magazine, and Morning Calm the inflight magazine for Korean Air. She is a regular contributor to Travel World and Real Travel Adventure--both prominent e-zines. Over the last decade, she has kayaked from island to island in the Sea of Cortez, hiked, biked and kayaked around New Zealand and Costa Rica, and ridden on horseback into the untrammeled mountains of the wild west of North America and Ecuador.
These adventures, and more, are brought to life in her book Lost Angel Walkabout-One Traveler’s Tales. In Lost Angel in Paradise she shares 32 of her favorite daytripsalong the coast of California. Enjoy her travel articles at www.lostangeladventures.com
She received the 2021 Equus Film and Arts Fest Winnie Winner Award
book Embrace of the Wild inspired by the indomitable Isabella Bird.
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