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Episode Info: Hey Gear junkies welcome to the second to final episode of the adventure more podcast. As many of you may know this podcast started out as the outdoor gear podcast then changed to the adventure more podcast but now it is changing again to cater to a specific outdoor gear market. I mentioned in the last show of the adventure more podcast that I had something I was working on I am going to tell you what that is in this episode. However I do want to mention that right now and most likely for a while it is going to be just me doing the work on the podcast and the website so please be patient about me getting back to you. I will do my best to answer emails within a day or so but there will be times in which this is not possible. But I will answer so just give me time please. Now on to the important stuff . There will be a new podcast launching in a few day that will wrk in conjunction with the new website. First about the new website. For those of that subscribe to backpacker magazine you might have seen on the cover of this months issue Mad in the USA, Homegrown gear makes a comeback. Well that is what I have been working on for the past few months..well many months actually. I have created a website that is dedicated to outdoor gear that is made in the USA. The name of the website is Local Gear Hub and when you go to the homepage of the website you will find a map of the US. To find gear that is made in your state, or any state for that matter, you just click on the state and you will be redirected to a page that lists all the outdoor gear makers in that state THAT I have found so far. Now for those of you that own a business that makes outdoor gear or know of one that is not listed on the site, I would love for you to email me at And you do not have to remember that email there is a link in the footer of every page to get in touch with me for anyone that want to help put small companies back on the map so to speak and for anyone that has a question. Either way I would love to hear from you and your thoughts on the site. There are plans in the works to list the sites by categories, such as climbing gear and paddle sports but as I said before I am the only one working on it so it will take some time. Also, the site is designed as just a list view but that will change in the very near future and we will get some logos and detailed descriptions added hopefully within the next few weeks. Regardless it is still a great resources for fi

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