E482 – Dr. Something’s new Transit Center EP

9-28-19 Kellys EP Release

We welcome Alison Dennis, best known to us as the leader of local band Dr. Something!

“Beaverton TC” is part of the upcoming Transit Suite EP, a collection of songs about Portland-area transit centers which will be released on Saturday, September 28th, 2019. We’ll be celebrating with a full-band show at the fantastic sounding Kelly’s Olympian (conveniently located just off the downtown bus mall) with the incredible bands Denim Wedding and Streetcar Conductors! You can order presale tickets here.
Streetcar Conductors – Dr. Something EP Release
Kelly’s Olympian Sept. 28th 9PM $6 Presale, $8/door

Thanks to our beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers, and, as always, thanks to our generous Patreon donors that keep us going!

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Sept. 14 and 21: Ride the Rim at Crater Lake
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Txt from anna: forgot to say ilove your guest’s bike

From Harm Zuidmeer – (In relation to Podcastpalooza) – Love this photo! It looks so staged! “Everyone spread out in two’s and stand still for two seconds!” Great work Aaron and Guthrie! Enjoying your podcasts in Rotura New Zealand! – The Dancing Moose 

From Richard Wezensky asks the tough questions

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One thought on “E482 – Dr. Something’s new Transit Center EP

  1. Hey Aaron and Guthrie

    Once again you’ve sent out a cracker of a podcast! I look forward to your podcasts every week.
    I usually spend a few hours on Friday and Saturday in front of my sewing machine making bikepacking bags and other custom constructions for keen ‘adventureneers’ around New Zealand and sometimes further afield.

    Coming from a country where cycling and mass transit was established back in the middle of last century (yeah, I’m another cloggie… 🙂 It’s cool to see and hear all these developments happening all over the world. Here in Rotorua New Zealand we’re also busy with lobbying our councilors (states(wo)men or senators in the US?) for more sustainable forms of transport. Our Government is also actively looking into bringing back rail which is a positive development.

    With all these transport discussions happening in meeting rooms all over the world. There’ll be at least a few humble bicycles waiting patiently in the bike rack outside biding their time…

    How cool to hear you’re heading down our way Guthrie! When are you planning to grace our shores? Are you planning to ride the TA (Tour Aotearoa) Route?

    NZ is a popular destination for cycle tourism but make sure you plan a route which is as much off the state highways as possible. There’s soo much stunning country to be explored and thanks to our state highways to channel all the people who aren’t interested in what’s between A and B we can explore these on our steads in relative serenity and comfort!

    I gather you’ve done your fair bit of research on what routes to take and places you’d like to visit.
    I hear there’s a new route description coming out for the Tour Aotearoa which will have quite a few changes which you might like to consider in your explorations.

    Here’s the link: http://www.touraotearoa.nz

    Also check out: https://nzcycletrail.com/

    Happy to help where I can to make your stay a great one. Give me a holler when you’re heading through Rotorua and I’ll take you on a tiki tour around the hood! There could well be a couch somewhere you could use!

    Happy Adventureneering!
    Harm Zuidmeer
    Rotorua (yeah, apologies for my spelling faux-pas in the previous communication… 🙂

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