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Radio Guest List–Sierra Nevada Resort–March 16, 2013

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Ever heard of a Bear Whisperer? Want to know the best mixed drinks to cap off a day on the slopes? What’s the dog sledding scene like in Southern California?

Tune in this weekend to hear all this and more on Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio broadcasting from the Sierra Nevada Resort in Mammoth Lakes, California.

Listen to Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday, March 16, 2013.

Have a travel question? Then ask Peter. Call 888-88-PETER (888-887-3837), email him at peter@petergreenberg.com, or tweet your questions to @petersgreenberg (include #askPeter)

Steve Searles, aka the “Bear Whisperer” and wildlife specialist, explains how he’s helping to foster a healthy environment for bears on Mammoth Mountain, and gives ups tips on staying safe on your visit.

Kerry Mechler, executive chef at the Sierra Nevada Resort, tells us how they get fresh ingredient up to the mountain and the journey to operating three restaurants in Mammoth.

David and Janet Carle, authors of 38th Parallel, A Water Line Around the World, talk about the amazing journey that took them from their careers as park rangers to traveling to some of the most off-the-beaten-track locations around the world.

Jack Carter, mixologist at the Sierra Nevada Resort, talks about his handcrafted cocktails, how he makes them, and his special brand of whisky.

Joani Lynch, communications director at Mammoth, has the latest tips and trends on this skier/snowboarder paradise, and explains what it was like growing up on the mountain with an Olympic athlete for a father.

Kathy Copeland, director of the Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra, talks about adaptive winter and summer sports and who can benefit from this non-profit program. 

Jim Oilet, owner of Mammoth Dog Teams, discusses the history of recreational mushing, how he manages when there is no snow on the ground, and the life of his dog, Big Mama.

Ted Carlton, editor of The Sheet, talks about his newspaper’s journey from being created on a copy machine to its widespread distribution, and how he’s seen Mammoth evolve over the years.

By Alex Thunher for PeterGreenberg.com

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