The Camping Show

The Camping Show

I will be discussing, some detailed aspects of camping that are often overlooked. Topics of discussion will include the various methods/types of camping and specific equipment used for each, clothing, how to deal with rain and wind, types of food, preparation, cooking and storage thereof, the camp kitchen, wild animals in camp, and more! The Camping Show is broadcast live at 3PM ET Fridays on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com).... Show More

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September 21, 2020 51 min
Cliff Jacobson discusses the various types of materials used in manufacturing outdoors clothing and footwear. He also lists the pros and cons of each. Cliff lists the specific items that he packs for his canoe trips for each season of the year. He also explains the differences between a wetsuit and a drysuit, and how to determine which is appropriate for your situation.

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September 14, 2020 50 min
Cliff Jacobson discusses the type, quantity and quantity of items needed to properly outfit the “Camp Kitchen.” The information provided in this episode will teach you how to; 1. prepare meals more efficiently, 2. keep food warm for second helpings, 3. conserve your stove fuel, 4. organize your camp kitchen, 5. Do more with less items.

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September 8, 2020 43 min
A visit to Rutabaga Paddlesports in Madison, Wisconsin, to chat with owner, (Darren Bush) along with sales manager, (Dan Bowers), and operations manager, (Kate Westphal). We discuss the current state of the paddlesports industry, the huge demand for boats, various aspects of the manufacturing process, and the new models of boats coming out in the weeks ahead, as they prepare for the popular "Boat Swap" event taking place th...
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September 1, 2020 47 min
Midday radio host, “SJ” from 99.9 KEZ in Phoenix, talks about her battle with Social Anxiety Disorder and how she traded alcohol and doctor prescribed medications for something called “Forrest Therapy.” In this interview, SJ explains how spending “alone time” in nature, (Forrest Therapy), changed her life immensely.

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August 25, 2020 50 min
Wilderness guide, author, and former bush pilot, Rob Kesselring, talks about several of his most frightening experiences, his experience as a bush pilot, and his personal 4-step protocol for dealing with all types of bears! Rob also describes each of his three books, all of them from personal experiences. A well-traveled adventurist and wilderness expert, Rob Kesselring’s stories will amaze you!

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August 7, 2020 49 min
Military veteran and wilderness expert, Cliff Jacobson, discusses the type of places that you should consider carrying a firearm, and the places you shouldn't, for your wilderness trips. Cliff discusses; type, caliber, safety, legality, transportation, storage, and ways to practice for a situation that may require you to use your weapon in self-defense. There’s a lot of excellent, information in this controversial episode.

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August 4, 2020 47 min
Canadian paddler and backcountry adventurer, Tori Baird, has created a new workshop exclusively for women who want to learn the skills of planning and executing backcountry canoe trips. The workshop, cleverly named “Paddle Like a Girl,” has been very well received. In this interview, Tori explains the type of skills ladies can expect to take away from the workshop, as well as a description of how the program’s weekend itinerary is ...
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July 27, 2020 48 min
“Floatzilla” is one of the largest paddlesports events in the world, which takes place on the Mississippi River in the Quad Cities IL/IA every August. Noah Truesdell is the program manager for “River Action," the organization that hosts the event. Noah talks about how Floatzilla, now in its 11th year, was started, and how it has grown over the years. Noah explains how the event works, notes changes that have taken place, and di...
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July 20, 2020 48 min
How much is a good night's sleep worth? Wilderness/camping/canoeing expert, Cliff Jacobson discusses the types, styles and features of components you’ll need to create your personal sleep system for camping, and notes the pros and cons of each. These include; sleeping bags, pillows, hammocks, and sleeping pads. You’ll learn what to look for based on the type and seasons of camping you’ll be doing. You’ll also learn a trick for ...
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July 13, 2020 46 min
Pakistan's youngest certified trainer, and three-time national gold medalist, Shafaq Hasnain discusses her track & field career, being a professional athlete, and the importance of diet and exercise. Shafaq's focus is to help women who want to improve their health without the need for expensive equipment. Shafaq applies these same principles to female paddlers who will be adventuring on multi-day paddling trips, and wan...
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June 29, 2020 49 min
World famous bodybuilder, Steve Reno talks about growing up in a Catholic orphanage, becoming a marine, a boxer, and a nightclub bouncer. And, how all of that attributed to his desire to become a world-class professional bodybuilder. He stresses the importance of being in shape before engaging in any activity that requires strenuous repetitive motion (such as paddling). Steve also recommends a few simple exercises that paddlers can...
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June 19, 2020 50 min
Campfires are both functional, and beautiful. However, fires can also cause damage, injury and even death! Retired Fire Chief, Gary Hanna, discusses how to practice safe, responsible campfire management. Gary talks about ways we can make sure our campfire will not pose a threat to anyone’s safety, or lead to the destruction of property. Also, covered is the topic of which species of wood make the best campfires, and which species c...
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June 15, 2020 49 min
Wilderness paddler, biologist, and owner of Piragis Outfitters, Steve Piragis talks about the early days (in the mid 1970's) when he and his wife Nancy first came to Ely, MN to work for the US EPA. Steve also shares some stories about a few of the interesting events, including a couple of dramatic situations, that have occurred while paddling abroad, and also on his trips in the BWCA.

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June 8, 2020 49 min
Female Adventurer, Social media Influencer, and advocate for ”Women in the outdoors,” Careena Alexis talks about her passion for the wilderness, bushcraft, canoeing, and canoe-tripping. Careena also shares her experience with becoming a Social Media Influencer for teaching outdoor skills, and how it has evolved into a full-time career for her.

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June 1, 2020 50 min
Bear Paulson shares his love and appreciation for the outdoors and taking trips into the remote wilderness. He talks about his extensive solo wilderness adventures as well as the annual New Year’s Eve winter trips with his family and friends. Bear also describes how marriage, and recently becoming a father, have added a wonderful new dynamic to each wilderness trip.

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May 22, 2020 51 min
Wilderness Paddler, hiker, and adventurer, Larry Rice, has always had a calling for the great outdoors. In this episode he talks about the numerous wilderness adventures he’s experienced in each of 23 countries on 7 continents. Larry is a former wildlife biologist, and was contributing editor for Canoe & Kayak magazine for 35 years, and also for Backpacker magazine. His stories are quite amazing and his advice is excellent for ...
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May 18, 2020 50 min
Expert wilderness canoeist/retired high school biologogy teacher/ and public speaker, Bob O'Hara shares some of his most memorable experiences canoeing the some of the most scenic and challenging regions of far North America, and Europe. Bob also discusses crew size, how to assemble the best crew for an extended trip, and much more!

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May 11, 2020 51 min
Becky Mason talks about growing up in and around canoes, and in a Canadian wilderness environment. She also shares what it was like having legendary Canadian filmmaker, Bill Mason as her father. Becky reminisces over the many canoe trips the family would take each summer, and from those experiences, how much she is grateful to have had the unique opportunity to do so.

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May 4, 2020 49 min
In this information packed episode, Cliff Jacobson discusses the many important aspects of canoe-camping food. Topics covered are; types of food, the versatility of certain foods, preparation, packaging, preservation, storage, transporting, and also reveals several techniques about how to achieve the best results for cooking on a portable trail stove. Cliff also gives his recommendation for one of the most versatile and efficient c...
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Jerry Vandiver & Caitlin Evanson have each recorded, toured and appeared on national TV with a myrad of superstar, international recording artists. Jerry has also has written songs that have been recorded, and performed by several famous recording artists, landing as high as #2 & #5 on the Billboard Charts. Both of these very talented, highly accredited musicians, share a few stories about their respective careers, and why ...
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