Have less. Live More: Torg Stories Podcast with Yukon and Bean
Welcome to the Torg Stories podcast at TheTorg.com. September 15, 2016 edition.
This week I talked to Angie and Nelson Stegall. These two are known as Yukon and Bean on their website. Angie and Nelson were a big part of the catalyst that inspired my family and I to raft 140 miles of the French Broad River. They made essentially the same trip we made except for while we went home every night to work on our movie, these two camped.
Their life philosophy is to have less and live more. Because they are a tenant on a farm living in a 250 square foot trailer, we met at the Penrose Access Area on the French Broad and near the town of Brevard. Dupont Forest, home of some of my favorite waterfalls in the state, is and one of my favorite spots in the area, Dupont Forest. You’ll hear the occasional car drive by and several times a small airplane. I started off by asking these two how they met.
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We four NC Torgs have completed our trip on the French Broad River. We are now doing interviews with a variety of people knowledgeable about the French Broad including a geologist, biologist, fish hatchery superintendent, water quality testers, and more!
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3 responses to “Have less. Live More: Torg Stories Podcast with Yukon and Bean”
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How interesting! We talked one day on the East Fork River. You asked me questions about fly fishing and filmed a little. I will be following your adventures. Hope to meet again someday.
Thanks for stopping by to check out the project. I’m working on all the footage I shot of our family’s trip. Then I’ll go on to the interviews, which will include my time talking to those who were fly fishing on the East Fork. Good to meet you!