John Carlin’s Outdoors | Kinzie Dickman takes adaptive skiing to a new level
Kinzie Dickman was a standout athlete until a car crash cost her the use of her legs. She dropped into depression until she discovered adaptive sports at Snowshoe Resort in West Virginia. With a bit of practice, she has once again found the freedom to fly down the slopes. And now she is taking the sport to a new level as she tries for a spot on the Paralympic team. Not only has she discovered the freedom of the wind in her face, but she has found something within herself as she instructs others how to follow her path.
John Carlin’s Outdoors: Cycling from the Pacific Coast to the Redwood Forest
In this episode of John Carlin's Outdoors, John takes you along on an epic adventure in northern California as he rides his bike from the iconic Highway One to the James Armstrong Redwood Reserve, with some wine tasting to boot.
John Carlin’s Outdoors: Striper Fishing at Smith Mountain Lake
In this episode of John Carlin's Outdoors, we go striper or striped bass fishing on Smith Mountain Lake with fishing guide Travis Patsell who owns Cats and Stripers. Along for the trip is an old fishing companion, Steve Reynolds, who first showed me the ropes on striper fishing three decades ago.
John Carlin’s Outdoors | Wildlife photographer Garland Kitts
Wildlife photographer Garland Kitts spends hours and hours every day searching for birds and other animals to capture through the lens of an expensive camera. He finds plenty of subjects. In this edition of John Carlin's Outdoors, he shares some of his secrets as he takes us along a trail in an unlikely area.