What begins as a failed trip to REI for a hat, becomes Steve Vanderploeg @slumdogchillionaire giving @bambifransworth a surprise visit to the now-defunct “Dog the Bounty Hunter” retail store. We walk Sloan’s Lake and find the solace of our earliest curse words among the wary pandemic ducks.Consider supporting the show on Patreon! (or just tell a friend).
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