Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show 210 - Artisanal Firewood
INTERVIEW: Andrea Westerlind - Westerlind Outdoors
Last week on Mr. Goodyear's Neighborhood, we spent an evening at North Fork Table & Tavern, where we interviewed the executive chef, Jeffery Sanich, along with Pete Rasmussen from Sandhill Farms, and owner of Westerlind Outdoors, Andrea Westerlind. Andrea has a handle on the outdoor gear retail market in New York with a couple of shops in downtown Manhattan called ‘Westerlind.’ She owns and operates the stores in addition to providing marketing help for small outdoor companies trying to introduce their products to the world. Fate brought her to Ogden Valley where she’s opened her latest Westerlind shop next to the Table & Tavern. It’s a shop with a vintage European flavor, Andrea is Sweedish, but she’s also sourced products locally. Her shop is like a crosshatch of Ogden Valley, Birkenstocks and all. Adrea is bringing her brand of tech and fashion to Utah.
ON THE DOCKET
- Sept 8-12 USA Cycling National Championship
- Sept 9 – Wasatch Beer Mile
- Sept 11-12 – Wasatch Front 100 Mile – 100 miles of Heaven & Hell
- Sept 14 – SLC Premier of TGR’s Paradise Waits
- Sept 19 – Cotopaxi 5K & 10K – at Alta
- Sept. 20 – Ogden Cyclocross Ogden CX Park Opening Celebration
- Sept 26 – Friends of Kings Peak Trash Haul
- Sept 30 – Trail Running Film Fest Tour
- Oct 3 – Snowbasin Beer Fest
- Oct 4 – Snowbasin Pray For Snow Party!
- Oct. 9 – 12th Annual Gear Sale & Swap
- Oct. 10 – WSU Mt. Ogden Hike Tradition
- Oct. 17 – Black Diamond Ski Swap / Sale
- Oct. 23-25 – 2nd Tracks Ski Swap
- Oct. 29-31 – Snowbasin Ski Swap at Legacy Events Center, Farmington
- April 8-9 Cotopaxi Questival at Thanksgiving Point
IN THE NEWS
- Home Solar Tours
- Wife, Mother Falls to Her Death in Corner Canyon
- Co-Founder of World Extreme Ski Championship Dies in Alaska
- Uinta Beer Introduces Wet ‘n Wyld Pale Ale
- Grand Teton National Park Moose-Wilson Road Temporarily Closed
- Grand Canyon National Park Pipeline Break
- Top 5 National Parks for Wildlife Lovers
- Nepal Hasn’t Spent $4 Billion in Relief Funds
- Scott Jurek Accepts Plea Deal
- Kayakers Complete First Circumnavigation of Svalbard Archipelago
- Canadian Entrepreneur Finds International Success with Artisanal Firewood
- Utahan Creates Low-Cost GoPro Alternative
- 6 Ways to Save on Your Backpacking Kit
- Splitboards 2016 Editors Choice
- Happier Camper Trailer
- Quicksilver Files for Chapter 11 Protection
- Roark Revival Partners Collaborates with Hex
- California’s New “Made in the U.S.A.” Law
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Strong men greet war, tempest, hard times. They wish, as Pindar said, to tread the floors of hell, with necessities as hard as iron.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thank you to Slackwater Pizzeria for hosting today’s 210th Episode of the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show! Look for us on Facebook, Instagram, iTunes, & thebanyancollective.com, and our new app for Android & iPhones available from our About Page on thebanyancollective.com.
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