Episode 174: Ezra Romero

Ezra Romero stopped by for Episode 174. Ezra is the host of the podcast YosemiteLand on Capital Public Radio.

In this episode of the show I chat with Ezra about growing up on a peach farm in Fresno; how he developed his podcast YosemiteLand; the painstaking process used to create each episode of the show; why he chose to concentrate on Yosemite National Park; how “leaving a job on good terms” sounds like revolutionary practice; the new discoveries Ezra made while recording segments for his show, the subtle differences between begging for money and asking for a donation; the unfortunate luck of the Ferguson fire happening while recording the show; the reactions to the show from all over the world; and, finally, the podcasts Ezra enjoys in his downtime.

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Ezra Romero

Thank you for listening, Listeners, and thank you for sharing, Sharers, to my conversation with Ezra Romero. Be sure to follow Ezra Romero and Yosemiteland by subscribing to the podcast clicking here.

Featured music

“Hungaria” by Latché Swing
“The Silent Orchestra” by Hamilton Leithauser

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