Tyler Tervooren believes in Advanced Riskology: better living through uncertainty. While today’s cultural norms encourage having everything safely buttoned up and tucked in, his journey to personal fulfillment doesn’t have it all safely figured out. Instead, he’s pursuing his goals of an unconventional lifestyle by riding the ragged edge that the boring call disaster, and the interesting call really living.
Brock & Aaron also discuss Pennsylvania, humidity, getting WAY too drunk, and 4 years of living in Portland.
JohnnyK chimes in on our chat with Anna Brones about eating pigeon eggs.
Listener Ken contributes a new transit tip: the CAT shuttle to Hood River now goes twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday.
We’re grateful for a donation from Wayne, who recently visited Portland and should have said hello!
TriMet: Mobile Ticketing is coming soon to your pocket.
Wall Street Journal via one bike one world: overeager transit fan is sentenced to prison
The Atlantic Cities via Brandon: A stylish ring can replace your farecard