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John tells you about how to go from little or no knowledge to expert.
How to go from expert to pro. Highlights different programs and paths to become comfortable and safe in the out of doors.
John also talks about his 30 pluss years of outdoor guiding trips and wilderness travel.
Join host, Robert Forto as we welcomes the staff of Camping With Dogs, a very popular social media and information site dedicated to camping with our furry companions.
Dog Works Radio is the flagship show for the Dog Works Radio Network. This show also airs on Wednesdays at 5pm Alaska time on KVRF 89.5 FM in the Mat-Su Valley in Alaska.
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Well, I decided to try and broadcast my show even though I'm out in the wildnerness camping!!
We'll see how well the mighty Sprint Hotspot is for broadcasting a radio show!!!
This will be another FREE FORM show so I encourge you to call in and chat with me about KICKASS stuff!!
646-378-1582 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIAL THANKS TO MELISSA KRIVACHEK FOR CALLING IN!! You can reach her through her website http://www.briellaarion.com/
We have a few interesting items in our first aid kids from essential oils, to charcoal tablets. And when we go camping or send our kids off to camp, they take these along with them. Join us and find out what we keep in our 1st Aid Kit.
You will find the standard baid aids and elastic bandage wraps; but you will also find aloe vera, colloidal silver, charcoal tablets and even essential oils. Plus we teach our family to scavenge the immediate area for healing plants like plantain. Of course you will want to know what plant your using before using as a first aid remedy. Nearly every community has local classes to help you get in touch with local plants. One of our favorit additions to our 1st Aid kit is cayenne powder and extract.
Tune in to find out why we stock these items and what things you see in our first aid kit.
Please note: we are not diagnosing or prescribing, please consult your medical expert.
Photo Credits: Mister GC, Stuart Miles, m_bartosch, Ambro, patpitchaya at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
FOOTBALL IS BACK (kinda)! The Titans are in the throws of training camp out at Saint Thomas Sports Park, and MCM Radio is back in full swing to cover every angle of it! Hosts August West and Danomite will be discussing Marcus Mariota, the WR battles, positions that are in flux and much more tonight at 8:00 central.
You don't want to miss this special episode as we shake things up a little: after years in the Nashville area, co-host Danomite has moved back to East Tennessee to help set-up the Knoxville-area bureau of the MCM Radio juggernaut. From his new perch near the Appalacian Mountains, Danomite will be able to bring you more insight from out-of-market fans, plus up-to-the-minute insight on Appalacian specialties such as 3-liter Mountain Dew bottles and 300 alternate ways to spell the name 'Peyton'.
Be sure to join the show live for the chatroom fun, Tweet us your questions @TitansMCMRadio and download the podcast via iTunes!
Hey race fans, catch our NASCAR Weekend Preview - Chase Race Four with host Sharon Burton, Brian Eberly,our Fan4Racing writer and guest panel member Kyle Pokrefky. Joining us is Chris Knight from the Catchfence with the latest news from the track.
We’re chatting about all the hottest topics and what fans can expect at the track over the upcoming weekend of racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the fourth race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,as well as the XFINITY Series. Also, the Winchester 400 at Winchester Speedway. The ARCA Racing Series returns to action on October 16th at Kansas Speedway and the Camping World Truck Series on October 24th at Talladega.
When possible, we’ll bring guests from around the NASCAR world to give their perspective too.
This is an interactive show, so give us a call at 929-477-1790 to join the conversation or tweet us your questions/comments during the LIVE broadcast @Fan4RacingSite, @Knighter01 @beberly18 or @KPokrefky
Camping Trip to Truman Lake State Park
Clear waters, dramatic bluffs and vibrant summer and fall colors make Harry S Truman State Park an ideal place to vacation. Located on a peninsula, the park offers a marina, ample fishing and boating opportunities, and water that’s perfect for every kind of swimmer. Hiking trails, picnic areas and campsites that dot the park’s open oak woodlands, natural grasslands and lakeside areas let visitors enjoy the abundance of wildlife and recreation opportunities at this expansive park.
I hope you have time this Year for a Vacation