The Travel Hag Podcast is for women who love to travel to places that feed the mind, body and spirit; and also love travel gear, travel gadgets, travel tips, books that make them want to travel, and travel with girlfriends. Subscribe to the Travel Hag Podcast in iTunes
What’s a Travel Hag?
A travel hag is a wise woman with goddess attributes who loves to travel. The traditional Celtic meaning of the word was wise woman or goddess. Hags were revered and powerful. They were healers, mystics and leaders in thinking. Once Christianity took hold, hags were demonized and the word “hag” took on a similar connotation. We’re embracing the old meaning
A hag is confident in her own skin and doesn’t let popular culture dictate her personal concept of beauty. The beauty of a true hag shines and overpowers any perceived physical imperfection.
So if you are or are aspiring to be a wise, confident, powerful woman who loves to travel – then you are a travel hag.
Mindie Burgoyne is originally from the Washington DC area but has lived on Maryland’s remote Eastern Shore since 2002. She is a travel blogger (The Travel Hag) and the owner of Travel Hag Tours and Chesapeake Ghost Tours. Mindie’s tours focus on “thin” or mystical places – places of mystery.
Gaylene Ore is originally from Nebraska, but now lives in Colorado and is the owner of Ore Communications, a boutique public relations firm in Granby specializing in public relations, branding and strategic marketing in the lifestyle, leisure and travel sectors
Branson has 50 theaters with 100 live shows every week. Lynn Berry, Director of the Branson, MO CVB discusses live entertainment, theme parks, museums, spas, outdoor trails for hiking, biking and equestrians and the gorgeous land of the Ozarks. Mindie talks about the blackwater kayaking trails on the Eastern Shore of Maryland as well as kayaking trails in Stonington, Maine.
Gaylene talks about Canon Beach, Manzanita and Yachtas on the Oregon Coast. Mindie tells about the wild ponies on Assateague Island and a haunted carousel in Ocean City MD. Guest is travel writer, Janna Graber who talks about her travel anthologies. Gear reviews for Eagle Creek packing cubes and neck wallets.
Minde tells about the Eastern Shore (also known as Delmarva Peninsula)with its kayaking, mansions, dining, beaches, historic towns and 73 museums. Gaylene discusses the Nebraska Junk Jaunt – 300 miles of registered vendors selling wares along Nebraska’s most beautiful scenic byways. Guest, Cheryl Lewis talks about Oxford Maryland a Colonial Eastern Shore town. Gaylene reviews Snap Kayaks and Mindie tells an Oxford ghost story. Read More ….
Gaylene talks about Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th birthday, Mindie tells of camping in an off-the-grid town in Maine’s remote north woods – Seboomook- on the north shore of Moosehead Lake. Gaylene tells about the Sisters on the Fly travel adventure group for women, Selfie-sticks, 3 book reviews. …..Read More