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The EPOP Travel Podcast is hosted by Travis Sherry, a serial entrepreneur & world traveler. Known as "Rick Steves for the new generation", this podcast will teach you everything you need to know to travel more & spend less. From interviews with some of the world's most famous travel names, like Chris Guillebeau, Bruce Poon Tip, AJ Jacobs & others to specific travel advice on how to use frequent flyer miles, score cheap hotels, pack like a pro, & travel on a budget, this show does it all.
 
The Georgia Peanut Commission presents the Georgia Peanuts Podcast, a weekly podcast for peanut producers and industry allies. The goal of this podcast is to equip peanut producers, and other agriculturists, with up-to-date information regarding planting/growing/harvesting peanuts, research updates, economics, farm policy, and much more. The Georgia Peanuts Podcast will feature interviews with Extension Specialists, researchers, industry partners, political leaders, and farmers.
 
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What do you think will be the changes we see in travel in a post-pandemic life? How do you see it affecting the way you travel? We have had quite some time to think about life post-pandemic but now that we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel (thank you vaccine), we feel it is a great time to talk about how travel will have changed going f…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we predict the 2021 post-season award winners. The San Diego Padres get some bad news and some good news. We talk about unknown players setting the world on fire and Nolan Arenado has his first big Busch Stadium moment. Shohei Otani has a historic day against the White Sox and Ichiro Suzuki crashes the Dodgers ring…
 
What are your go-to jams? Who are your favorite artists that you can listen to over and over again? Are you a top hits listener or a whole album listener? Today, Heather & I will be diving into our top 10 songs (20 between the two of us) and while this is something a little different in terms of topic, we do hope you get a kick out of whether we ha…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, MLB takes a stand on an important political issue. We react to a very strange Opening Day along with the rest of the action from around the league. The Mets make Frankie Lindor a very rich man. Eno Harris from the Athletic makes some bold predictions for the season that sound a lot like some of ours, only better re…
 
You asked for it and today you are getting it! Our destination diary on Tamarindo, Costa Rica has arrived and it is jam-packed with great places, ideas, eats, etc. Since we spent such a long time here we are giving you all the insights that we learned during this time. Enjoy! Are you planning a trip to Tamarindo? What will be the first spot you exp…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we make our predictions for the new season, and we look back to when Randy Johnson killed a bird. MLB hitters will be allowed to use video again this season while pitchers will be banned from using foreign substances. Batman is back in baseball with the Orioles, and Gio Gonzalez decides to call it a career. There’s…
 
We have another list episode but this is the first time we have dove into the friendliest countries we have been to. Now, this does beg the question of what makes a place friendly and we are leaving it intentionally vague because it means something different to everybody. Like with all of our lists we will have some honorable mentions and then we g…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, as this may be the last year ever where pitchers hit, Jayson Stark tells us some things to watch out for. An article in 538.com breaks down the impact of Negro League stats to the official MLB statistical record. Joe Maddon says that deadening the baseball would be better than banning the shift. The Mets and Yankee…
 
You may be asking yourself "where the heck has EPOP been for the last few weeks?" well...Heather caught COVID. This, of course, changed everything we had planned including recording more episodes of this podcast. I went on full daddy duty while Heather had to quarantine herself away for 10 + days BUT Heather has fully recovered and we are discussin…
 
This week on Peanuts & Popcorn, we kickoff the 5th season of the podcast with Ernie Harwell reciting the Voice of the Turtle. The Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will be…the Class of 2020, as the writers failed to elect a single player. Curt Schilling, in his penultimate year of eligibility, asks to be removed from the ballot. The New York Mets…
 
If you don't follow us on Instagram then SURPRISE we are in Costa Rica and have been for over a month and today we are talking about how we came to the decision to come down here, the preconceived notions we had about the experience during COVID, and what it is like now that we are here and have been for a few weeks. We also may drop some hints on …
 
We return with our final part in our Year in Review Series Check out Part 1: Travel Stats Check out Part 2: Superlatives Check out Part 3: Best Drinks Check out Part 4: Best Desserts Check out Part 5: Best Meals Each year there are always a handful of days that stand out. While 2020 definitely did everything in its power to limit those, they still …
 
We return with Part 5 of 6 in our Year in Review Series Check out Part 1: Travel Stats Check out Part 2: Superlatives Check out Part 3: Best Drinks Check out Part 4: Best Desserts If you know anything about us, it's that we love to eat. We tried to eat out to help support restaurants as much as we safely could during COVID. Today Heather and I are …
 
We return with Part 4 of 6 in our Year in Review Series: Check out Part 1: Travel Stats Check out Part 2: Superlatives Check out Part 3: Best Drinks We love desserts, anything from ice cream to pastries, key lime bars to doughnuts...it all tastes amazing. Everyone loves desserts, so we know you're not skipping this episode! Today Heather and I go t…
 
This week on our special mid-season hot-stove edition of Peanuts and Popcorn, Henry Aaron passes… as well as Don Sutton and Tommy LaSorda. Que descansen en paz. The Miami Marlins choose their new GM and the Cleveland Indians announce their intention to change their offensive nickname. Are pitchers cheating to gain a competitive edge? We look at the…
 
We return with Part 3 of 6 in our Year in Review Series Check out Part 1: Travel Stats Check out Part 2: Superlatives We've decided to bring all drinks into one episode due to the restrictions on travel we had this year because of COVID. Join us today as we bring you our tops spots for coffee, wine, and anything that wets your whistle. Today's podc…
 
Every year that we break down all our travel stats, best meals, best travel superlatives, best drinks, etc and we hear a ton of feedback from you all. Apparently, these are some of your favorite episodes. We are running our 6 part series (!!!) that covers our superlatives, the stats, best meals, best drinks best desserts, and best experiences in ou…
 
Obviously, this year travel has been a lot different but we are still going to cover the nerdy statistics of 2020 in the traveling we have been able to do. We'll figure out about how many miles we traveled, how many different places we slept in, and how many states we visited plus much, much more! We'll be covering road trips, accommodations, and s…
 
To say that we didn't get to any of the places we had on our 2020 Travel Wishlist would be an understatement but that is what makes our 2021 list that much more special. We have a vaccine being rolled out so we are crossing our fingers to be able to get out and travel this coming year. Heather and I are going through our top 5/6 destinations (and s…
 
We are trying something different today as we have crowdsourced from you our EPOP community, over on Instagram, all of your favorite holiday movies. We had you list your top 5 by rank and each number had a point amount which ended up giving us the top 10...yes, there was math, and yes, we did use a calculator because we are all business here 🤪. Tha…
 
It is time for another throwdown showdown (requested by the EPOP community) and we are combining it with the holiday season to decide which is better a cold location Christmas or a warm location Christmas. Do you want to get away from the cold and sometimes dreary weather or celebrate all that the holidays are in a traditional snowy weather place? …
 
It is time to hit the road but we are putting a winter spin on it. We have listed our top 5 (each) winter road trips and are sharing them with you and with each other. Some of these we have taken but not necessarily in the wintertime which puts a whole new lens on the experience. Grab your favorite warm beverage, get snuggly in your softest blanket…
 
First, we want to give a huge thanks to our amazing listeners who gave us some fantastic holiday-themed ideas for podcasts for the entire month of December which spurred on today's episode. Heather and I are talking about our top 5 places (each) that we would like to spend the Christmas season. Of course, they are ranked but do you think any place …
 
It’s great to practice thankfulness all year long but it’s definitely in overdrive during this season and we couldn’t be happier. So to continue in the celebrations, Heather and I look back at the past year (as difficult as it was) and reveal the people & things we are most thankful for in 2020. We want to know what are the unexpected things you ar…
 
Joining me today is someone who has visited 98 countries, lived in 5, and who figures he’ll settle down when he’s 95, former business traveler and now strictly pleasure seeker, Malcolm Teasdale from MalcolmJTeasdale.com. Do you travel for business? How do you mix business travel with pleasure travel? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram…
 
We are doing things a little different this time around because, well...2020 has been a different type of year. This year we are keeping our list to only 20 travel items that are great for regular travel, of course, but are also useful right now during COVID which means these items are good for everyday life and for current travel life (domestic tr…
 
Joining me today is someone who once tried to sail from Norway to France and failed, who decided to ride a bike 5,000 miles from Alaska to Mexico but didn’t know how to change a tire, and who has gotten lost, stuck, and confused in more countries than he can count, Otto Ecroyd, author of Northbound and Down. What long-distance adventure are you wan…
 
This week on the final Peanuts and Popcorn episode of the season, the World Series is over; the Dodgers are World Champions as Dave Roberts joins a very exclusive club and Justin Turner behaves very irresponsibly. The White Sox hire Tony LaRussa and the Tigers bring in AJ Hinch. Will the Red Sox bring back Alex Cora? Does new owner, Steve Cohen, ma…
 
In her 11 years of living nomadically, she’s circled the globe multiple times visiting all 7 continents. She lived in Vietnam, hiked the Annapurna Circuit with her father, finished the 10,000-mile Mongol Rally, walked the Camino de Santiago, kayaked in Antarctica, herded reindeer in the Arctic, and drove an auto-rickshaw across India. While quarant…
 
This week on this season’s penultimate episode of Peanuts and Popcorn, the World Series is underway and its turning into a doozy. The Rays and Dodgers are knotted at 2 games each. We’ll break down the action from Globe Life Park, including last night's World Series classic walk-off by the Rays. Is Mookie Betts better than Mike Trout? Former Astros …
 
Heather and I have had a lot of questions about our new beach house in North Carolina and today they are getting answered. The questions are broken down into 3 categories which include general, logistics, and rental opportunities, and let's get started! Do you want to live on the beach? Would you like to rent Trav & Heather's beach house? Let us kn…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we keep our black armbands on as we react to the passing of Joe Morgan. The Rays are going to the World Series and they'll be playing either the Dodgers or the Braves. We break down both League Championship Series. The Rick Renteria era ends on the South Side; who will be filling out the lineups in 2021? In our Cub…
 
Today is all about #vanlife but we are going back in time to 1975 to see how much it has changed over the years. I am happy to welcome Marshall & Debbie Hockett from Tripping1975.com, who, in 1975, hopped on a plane to Europe, grabbed a VW van named Banana, spent a year exploring the continent...and then, wrote a book about it 45 years later! How m…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, another Hall of Famer passes away. We discuss the career of Whitey Ford. The divisional round has come and gone as each league is distilled down to two. We’ll talk about some great catches in post season history. We cover Alexis Blackburn’s harrowing story of domestic abuse. We also discuss the changes in MLB manag…
 
Joining me today are two people I’ve spent uncountable nights singing karaoke with, who graciously played host when Heather and I got to experience a New Year’s Eve in Sydney, and who I’ve been living vicariously through the last year as they travel around on their 3-year Round the World Trip, my favorite kiwis in the whole world, Mon and T from Ge…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we mourn the passing of our hero, Bob Gibson. The first round of the MLB playoffs is over, what did we learn? White Sox fans are mad at ESPN, and we will look at the best 60-game stretch by an individual player. The Tigers and Red Sox are looking for new managers and an old name is taken off the MVP trophy. We’ll t…
 
Joining me today are the half Aussie/half American duo who have roamed the historic streets of Cuba, bathed elephants in Thailand, danced in one of the biggest music festivals in Europe, and done something many of us have done, gorged themselves full of food in Italy, Christine and Jules from Don’tForgetToMove.com and the Not So Bon Voyage podcast,…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, today is the last day of the 2020 Baseball season. We’ll look at the division winners, possible playoff pairings and our choices for postseason awards. The Reds and Marlins qualify for the playoffs while broadcaster, Thom Brennaman, ends his association with the former. The Cubs and White Sox play the most conseque…
 
Joining me today is a fellow podcast host, someone who also owns a van (but her’s is infinitely nicer than mine) and who has been on the road for almost 3 full years now with her dogs, Sydney Febrache from DivineOnTheRoad.com. Has van life intrigued you? What is your biggest hurdle from entering the van life world? Let us know by tagging us in a po…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, the 2020 Major League Baseball playoffs will be played in the bubbles of LA, San Diego, Dallas and Houston. Dan McNeil is sent packing, has Chicago radio heard the last of him? We’ll react to Joe Posnanski’s choice for #3 of his 60 greatest moments in baseball series. The Wilpons have agreed to sell the Mets to Ste…
 
Joining me today is someone who has driven solo across Vietnam on a bike, was a burlesque dancer in Shanghai, and has gotten stranded in Taiwan, Alice Teacake from TeacakeTravels.com and cohost of the Girls Talk Travel podcast. What has been your challenging travel education? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram at @ExtraPackofPeanuts. …
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we’ll discuss the legacy of Lou Brock. The last president of the American League, Gene Budig passes away and we will honor the memory of Roberto Clemente. Oliver Perez is still pitching in the majors and lifting his teammates all the while. Joe West tosses the National’s GM and JLO and AROD still may yet buy the Me…
 
Joining me today is someone who after spending 8 years playing at the highest level in the NFL retired and gave all his possessions to charity, and whose name of his blog and social media handles says it all, Joe Hawley from ManVanDogBlog.com. Have you pivoted in your life? What was the catalyst for your pivot? Let us know by tagging us in a post o…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, an unexpected flurry of trades took place before Monday’s deadline. We’ll name the winner and the losers. Tom Seaver passes away and America remembers one of the all-time greats. Erk Kratz sheds tears during a Zoom interview, and Mike Trout becomes the Angels franchise leader in home runs. The Cubs are still in fir…
 
Would you consider yourself to be anxious? How has your anxiety impacted your travel? Joining me today is someone who, despite being a “neurotic Jew from New York who is quite possibly the most risk-averse person you know” (his words, not mine) has traveled to over 20 countries - all while clutching his wallet too tight and packing every medication…
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, Jackie Robinson Day was Friday amidst terrible violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The Chicago White Sox are rising to the top of the AL Central, Mets GM, Brodie Van Wagenen is in hot water. The Chicago Cubs are struggling. This week on Popcorn, our movie discussion begins at 50:10. It's Fernando Trueba’s Belle Époque.…
 
How do travel & booze mix? Does a specific cocktail or drink immediately remind you of a specific place? Today we are talking with Natalie Migliarini from BeautifulBooze.com and we are discussing the epic relationship between cocktails and travel, how she got her business started, and why it's okay to blend your business with your travels. We also …
 
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