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ZLORD

ZLORD features two wandering souls seeing Oneness everywhere they look. Artist teZa and filmmaker Carter Lord are car-camping all over North America, first; then ... they'll backpack around South America. Not to escape but to discover. Seeing wonders reflected back from wherever they go, sharing honestly, with great humor and gusto. Drop us a line: zlordpodcast@gmail.com

Sep 17, 2019

After their last podcast, both Carter and teZa feel much freer about expressing themselves, because of course a podcast is so very public. Their private lives are now bared to all. teZa shares a startling dream. Carter shares how he's just learned to "watch" his repetitive thought patterns. All is well as they travel...


Sep 16, 2019

the Lords are in Washington State, camping on the Natches River close to Mt. Rainier. They take a day hike to bat-colonized Boulder Cave where teZa wants to explore the subject of the inner "cave" of meditation, and Carter isn't in the mood. The rest of their back-and-forthing (the next day) is a light-hearted glimpse...


Sep 10, 2019

Staying put for a couple weeks so teZa can final-edit her next book (and needing electricity for her computer), Carter keeps busy on the organic farm of our friends, which is totally without screens of any sort. He gathers wild apples and nearly burns down the motel making applesauce! After an idyllic stay in...


Aug 28, 2019

Carter and teZa Lord are now in Washington State, having driven through British Columbia after leaving the Canadian Rockies. Here, in the tiny agricultural town of Twisp, they're visiting garlic growers, and taking time off from their road trip for teZa to do a final edit on her next book. The pair discuss how setting...


Aug 21, 2019

teZa and Carter are almost incapable of describing the beauty of the Canadian Rockies as they drive and talk from their Banff-area campground to close to Jasper. Surrounding them are glacier-topped majestic rocky worlds, the mountains, with the crystalline turquoise Saskatchewan river below. They talk of First...