Mike’s Memories: Travel Files

Me in 2013. No significance to the story, but the closest picture I could find to when it was written.

Between my TV hosting, my podcasting, my world-record adjudicating, and recently getting into a serious relationship (those take up a lot more time than I expected), I haven’t had time to write as much long-form as I used to. So, when I can’t crank out new things, how about a trip to the vault for some Mike Memories?

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“The Arena” author Rafi Kohan: Ep. 61

He trimmed the ivy at Wrigley Field. Infiltrated Cleveland’s ticket scalpers. Rode a bobsled in Salt Lake City and toured the graveyard that is the Silverdome. Author Rafi Kohan shares the best stories from 13 months visiting America’s sports venues for his new book.

Visit Rafi’s website for more info on The Arena. Then check him out on Twitter. Of course, you can also always follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat.

Make sure to download, review, and subscribe to the pod on iTunes right here, in the Google Play store, or to listen on Stitcher!

Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.

Real-life ‘Moana’ KC Gunn: Ep. 58

KC Gunn left “real life” to sail around the world on a catamaran with her husband and two baby daughters. After five years of no jobs, address, or bills, KC talks about life at sea – including how they find food, educate their kids, and the need to make all her “mommy-daddy time” a quickie.

If you want some serious FOMO anytime you’re sitting at work or stuck in traffic, follow KC and her husband Troy on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. And if you figure out a way to not be jealous of them, teach me how.

For much less exciting adventures, follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat.

Make sure to download, review, and subscribe to the pod on iTunes right here, in the Google Play store, or to listen on Stitcher!

Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.

48 States in Four Months with Scott Knowlton: Ep. 54

My ex-boss Scott Knowlton decided to leave his job, get rid of his apartment, pack his bags, and take a four-month drive across the U.S. He’s hitting all 48 continental states, stopping at a famous landmark in each. In the pod, he offers his tips for such a trip, what he’s noticed about this country politically, and how he almost died at the Grand Canyon.

Keep up with Scott’s journey on Instagram, and of course you can always follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat.

Make sure to download, review, and subscribe to the pod on iTunes right here, in the Google Play store, or to listen on Stitcher!

Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.