Outdoor Weblog brings us another edition of their “Outdoor Enthusiast Next Door” interviews this week, with Wade Heflin going under the microscope. Wade is the co-founder of Outdoorzy.com an excellent online community for anyone interested in any manner of outdoor activities.
You can read part one of the interview here and part two here. Wade discusses such topics as his favorite outdoor activity, his next big adventure, his favorite gear, and the inspiration behind starting Outdoorzy. He even touches on his Kili climb from a year ago, and he gave me plenty of good advice before I went to Africa.
As a personal note, if you haven’t checked out Outdoorzy, you should definitely drop by. Wade and the others are building a very cool community there with great interaction between the members, lots of ideas being swapped around, and fun stories being shared. It’s sort of like social networking for outdoor enthusiasts like us. Speaking of which, I think I still owe them a Kili report… *slinks away slowly*
Update: I totally forgot to mention Wade’s Outdoorzy Blog which always has some good stuff, including a new feature called Montain of the Week which I wished I would have thought of. The aim of this feature is to spotlight lesser known mountains to help all of us learn a little more. Good stuff!
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3 thoughts on “Outdoor Weblog Interviews Wade Heflin of Outdoorzy Fame!”
Yeah where is that trip report anyway!!! 😉
Kraig, thanks for the post. I can’t tell you how much I really appreciate all the support. Outdoorzy is growing and we should even have a classifieds section up soon for gear. And dare I say… video??? But, again THANKS and your interview weren’t too shabby neither!
You deserve the support. I enjoy Outdoorzy quite a bit, even if I haven’t had a chance to swing by as often lately. Keep up the great work.
And as I said in the private e-mail I sent your way. They really will interview anyone over there! 😉
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