“I don’t know what Santa brought me, but I know what he took away.” Not exactly an auspicious opening to a story, but it is particularly descriptive of the season of ups and downs that started with an insurance adjuster and ended with a Christmas in July. This story of the consequences of living in the Midwest comes from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours.
While earning their Bike & Build street cred, two cyclists experience a series of unexpected events on a dusty road in Montana. (Alternate titles for this podcast include, “Dude, Where’s My Sports Bra?”). This story of breaking chains and losing undergarments came from our October 2012 show, Boo! Stories of Surprise.
Also, join us to officially put the “spoke” in Spokespeople on Sunday, February 17th — let’s ride bikes! We’ll meet at 10 AM at Ashby BART for a morning jaunt up Grizzly Peak — a relatively short ride (about 16 miles), but with a good climb!
Today’s storyteller relives the day of hail storms, lava caves, and free dairy queen, also known as just another Tuesday on this summer’s cross-country bike trip. The mysteries of Idaho — plus a bonus musical feature set to Ukulele! — captivate the audience from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours.
Snow days, hippies, and wet track suits definitely wear out their welcome in this tale of being snowed in. Occupied by igloos and drum circles, this story came from our September 2012 show, Roommates.
Happy 2013 and thanks to all of you storytellers and story listeners for turning our idea for Spokespeople into a thriving community in the span of one year. We hope you’ll join us for our one-year-anniversary show at The Pickle Jar this month. The theme is TMI (Too Much Information). There’s only one storytelling slot …