287-Its all about the journey or is it?

Show notes

There’s a well known saying many people would be familiar with and that’s ‘It’s about the journey, not the destination’. But is this the case?

In this podcast episode we discuss this saying and came up with very different answers on what’s important.

Podcast Overview

  • Podcast introduction
  • Episode introduction (time index 0:01:31)
  • Body of episode
    • She said (time index 0:02:08)
    • He said (time index 0:04:14)
      • Hiking as a couple
      • Solo hiking
  • Gill and Tim general discussion (time index 0:09:23)
  • Close (time index 0:16:10)
  • Bloopers (time index 0:16:54)

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