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Best Skip Huber podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Skip Huber podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Happy Camper Radio Show is a family oriented camping podcast. Our focus is on building and maintaining family unity in an outdoor recreational environment. Call us with your camping questions at 404-537-CAMP.
 
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In this episode, we talk with outdoor enthusiast, book author and fellow podcaster Rick Saez. Listen in as Rick shares a preview of his upcoming book "Trails to the Top".
 
Lots of folks are known to go camping in the spring and summer months. Keeping hydrated and staying refreshed, whether at the campsite or out on the trail is the key to maintaining good health. In this episode, we'll be sharing several useful tip to help keep you and your family safe.
 
This week, Skip and Daniel take their show on the road to Fort Yargo State Park in Barrow County, Georgia. Listen in as they talk exclusively about their three-day adventure which includes camping, relaxation, great food and lots of rain in the forecast. You can also watch the video of Episode 202 which is available on our YouTube channel.…
 
In Episode 201, book author, fellow camper and good friend Darren Kirby is back to talk about his new book "Tin Foil Recipes". Listen in as we check out some of the mouth-watering meals that you and the family can prepare right by the campfire. It's a must-have for anyone who enjoys cooking and camping in the great outdoors.…
 
Skip and Daniel gather in the studio for our 200th episode of Happy Camper Radio. With the 4th of July holiday around the corner, many campers look forward to taking in the sights and sounds of the camping environment. For those bringing pets, it's important to consider their behavior around fireworks. Listen is as Skip explains how he addresse ...…
 
In this episode, Skip takes his show on the road to Mt. Airey, North Carolina for three straight days of camping in the great outdoors. Joining Skip on the show is his brother Rick from Pennsylvania, and cousin Greg from Ohio. Listen in as they talk about their visit to the Andy Griffith museum, and many popular Mayberry attractions throughout ...…
 
Hot dogs have always been a great American treat, both at home and on the grill while camping. There are many different ways to cook and prepare hot dogs. In today's episode Skip and Daniel discuss the numerous options, and describe just how they like their all beef franks roasted and dressed. It's one show that will surely kick your taste buds ...…
 
Over the years, many campers have found paper plates to be a convenient and inexpensive solution to the hassles of scrubbing dishes after each and every meal. While some campers still prefer the old fashion metal products, the fact is, paper products are easily disposable, allowing us more time to focus on outdoor activities. In this episode, w ...…
 
In part 2 of our weekend visit to Amicalola Falls, we had the pleasure of meeting Ron, better known on the trail as "Gray Beard". He is with the Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association (ALDHA). For anyone considering hiking the Appalachian Trail, this is an interview you won't want to miss. Listen in, as Ron explains what ALDHA is about, a ...…
 
Last weekend, we had the pleasure of attending the 4th annual Appalachian Trail kick-off event from the lodge at Amicalola Falls in north Georgia. We met many wonderful people in the hiking and camping community. Several attendees took the time to drop by our remote podcast exhibition to say hello and see what we do behind the scenes. Listen in ...…
 
Skip and Daniel are back, and preparing for next weekend's trip to Amicalola Falls for the kickoff of Appalachian Trail hike, 2019. People from around the world, who share the love of nature, will gather as they prepare to take the long venture on one of America's most well known paths that cross several states.…
 
With the fall weather upon us, it's time to break out the camping equipment and take the Happy Camper Radio Show out on the road. However for this episode we not only recorded the show for our podcast, we also shot our very first video presentation, available for viewing now on our YouTube channel. Join us as we take our show to a whole new lev ...…
 
As the summer begins to wind down and temperatures gradually become cooler, insects eagerly await our arrival wherever it is we plan to go camping. No camper should ever venture into the outdoors unprepared for what nature has in store. This week, Skip and Daniel share their experiences over the years in relation to insect prevention, including ...…
 
For the most part, tents are relatively inexpensive. Some campers are on a tight budget and may not be in a position to go out and purchase a new tent should their existing equipment become damaged. In episode 191, Skip talks about a recent camp outing, and an unforeseen wind storm that caused damage to his brand new Instant tent.…
 
Very seldom do any of us think that something bad is likely to happen while camping or hiking in the forest. Our focus is on having fun, relaxing and recharging those worn out batteries. But in never hurts to stop and think about what we can do to better protect ourselves while vacationing in the outside world. In this episode, Skip and Daniel ...…
 
Telephone scams are on the rise and crooks are constantly looking for ways to steal money from your wallet. Whether you're at home or on a camping trip, it's important not to become vulnerable to their tactics. In this episode, Skip and Daniel talk about things you can do to stop these criminals dead in their tracks.…
 
Not every camper will experience the feeling and joy of living life on the road. For one such camper, it's a journey that she and her boyfriend have carefully thought out. Larissa Runkle talks about her upcoming adventure and cross-country tour, including some exciting destinations they look forward to visiting.…
 
With summer around the corner, many vacationers can expect to pay more at the gas pump. As fuel prices continue to rise, some campers may find themselves camping closer to home this year. Daniel's wife Diedra joins us in the studio this week to talk about their recent camping trip in Alabama.
 
With summer vacation fast approaching, what better way to get the kids pumped up and excited than to plan a camping trip at an amusement park? There are hundreds of destinations throughout the world, and some parks offer camping facilities on-site. In Episode 186, we'll take a look at some popular attractions in addition to reliving some great ...…
 
There's no reason to break the bank when it comes to stocking up on the necessary supplies to enhance your camping supply inventory. Many great deals can be found for a "buck-a-piece" at your local Dollar Store. You'll be surprised at the selection. Why overspend when you don't have to? In episode 185, Skip and Daniel discuss some great options ...…
 
When using the Internet, it's relatively easy to make an online reservation at a campground these days. But is the site you're reserving going to provide you the best camping experience? We'll look at some options to consider that will assist you in selecting the campsite that's ideal for you.
 
If you've never been to a camping and RV show before, this is definitely an event that you and the family would certainly enjoy. This week, Daniel Pitts is back in the studio! Listen in as Skip and Daniel share their experience from last weekend's Atlanta Camping and RV Show in Jonesboro, Georgia.
 
Camping or hiking at locations far away from your home base are often a campers dream. Today, however, outdoor enthusiasts are able to rent the necessary gear and have it packaged and delivered to their destination in time for their upcoming camping trip. In this episode, Mason Gravley of "campcrate.net" joins us to talk about the why renting y ...…
 
To some, camping is considered a spring and summer recreational activity. This time of year, many primitive campers are taking time off due to freezing temperatures and inclement weather. But that doesn't mean the camping spirit should be put to rest. In this episode, Skip shares some interesting and creative ways to keep yourself pumped up and ...…
 
When venturing out on a cold weather camping trip, keeping warm both inside and out will be your primary focus. In this episode, Skip digs into his menu of camp favorites. Whether it be breakfast, lunch, dinner, or anytime in between, piping hot food right off the stove is sure to satisfy any appetite.…
 
Whether shopping online or in the brick and mortar stores, there are Black Friday deals galore. And camping supplies are no exception. In Episode 179, Skip shares a few gift ideas for the camper on your list, as well some very important safety tips to help keep you safe during this festive time of year.…
 
If you ever had the dream of camping over the Thanksgiving holiday, one campground outside of Brownsville, Texas can provide you many reasons why you should consider a future Thanksgiving camping trip. This week, Tom Brooks of the South Padre Island KOA share his experience, and how Thanksgiving camping has become an annual tradition at his KOA ...…
 
There's no greater feeling than to watch a youngster experience his or her first camping trip. In this edition of Happy Camper Radio, we are delighted to have as our guest, a gentleman from the Houston area, who spends time with kids from foster homes and single parent households, and takes them on authentic Texas style camping trips. Andrew J. ...…
 
Camping provide us loads of fun and exciting memories each and every time we venture into the outdoors. it doesn't matter if you're just getting started or have been an experienced camper for many years. There's always something to learn. In Episode 176, Darren Kirby talks about his brand new book "The Best Tent Camping Guide From Novice to Exp ...…
 
In a changing world, some adults have reservations about sending their youngsters into the neighborhood to enjoy a night of trick or treating. No child should be deprived of the opportunity to be a kid. More and more campgrounds are creating safe and festive environments for families to enjoy Halloween. We'll look at some of the benefits of a H ...…
 
In Episode 174, Skip talks about what it's like to build an extensive supply of camping gear, and what can happen when you run out of storage space. Skip believes accumulating camping equipment is always a good thing. But what happens when you run out of space to store your gear? We’ll take a look at the options, and how you can utilize more st ...…
 
In light of recent hurricanes, it's more important than ever to have your camping equipment handy in the event a natural disaster or long term power outage strikes your community. As campers, many of us are well prepared. Camping stoves, tent heaters, and other assorted gear can be put to good use at a time we least expect it. In this episode, ...…
 
Is the tent you're currently sleeping in showing signs of excessive wear? Is it time to consider replacing it with something better? A new tent is something each and every camper will require at some point, and there are many options out there to choose from. In this episode, Skip talks about the new tent he plans to buy, including one very imp ...…
 
Getting to the campground and back safely is the ultimate goal. But what if you own an older model vehicle? Do you feel comfortable driving your vehicle, and are you confident that it will get you there and back without any problems? Perhaps a rental vehicle is something you ought to consider. We'll take a look at the options and things you sho ...…
 
The last thing any of us want to think about is coming across a snake while camping this summer. On rare occasions, some campers will encounter one of these slithery creatures while they're out and about. How would you react if you suddenly and unexpectedly stumbled upon a snake? We'll look at some things you should do and things you should avo ...…
 
Camping is about relaxing and spending quality time with our family and those we love. While many of us choose to shut-out the rest of the world, some campers still find themselves attached to the office. In this episode, Skip explains what you can do to detach yourself from the job while vacationing.…
 
Just about everywhere you turn these days, people are engaged in political discussion. Issues that affect our everyday lives are making their way into the workplace, at social events and throughout our hometown communities. But should we allow ourselves to engage in political conversations at camp? In this episode, Skip explains why campgrounds ...…
 
While camping beneath the stars is a refreshing experience, it's always important to take note of the conditions that surround us. In the summer months, many campers will take advantage of a shaded area to pitch their tent. In this episode, Skip explains why every camper should take note of nearby trees, and some of the things you should consid ...…
 
The last thing any of us need is car trouble while traveling to and from our camping destination. As our vehicles grow older and absorb greater mileage, the question becomes whether or not the vehicle can withstand a long distance trip from home. In this episode, Skip describes the benefits of renting a vehicle when planning for out-of-town travel.…
 
Although nothing beats a public or private campground with a running stream or lakeside view, there's no reason to sit on the sofa this weekend when you have your own personal campsite just a minute or two away. By establishing a dedicated campsite site in your own backyard, you have the freedom to go camping at a moment's notice. This week, Sk ...…
 
When it comes to camping, some campers are known for packing in everything, which includes re-usable dinner ware. Some prefer paper plates and other disposable products. Which is best? Is there a right way and a wrong way when it's time to serve up a great meal at camp? We'll look at the benefits and all the options in this edition of Happy Cam ...…
 
Sleeping bags, if properly cared for, will provide many great years of camping comfort. But like anything, there will come a time when you'll need to consider replacing it. Your nightly rest and comfort is equally important to the amount of relaxation time you spend next to the fire with family and loved ones. In episode 163, we'll take a look ...…
 
With brisk temperatures upon us, Skip takes a look at cold weather camping. While many families are known to camp during the spring and summer months, there are plenty of great opportunities to venture out into the cold environment. This week, we'll take a look at some of the additional preparations you'll need to make if planning a cold weathe ...…
 
This time of year, stores across the country are in fierce competition for your business. Many great deals can be found both in the stores and online. In this episode, Skip provides some wonderful camping gift ideas for friends and loved ones. We'll talk about things to watch out for and how to better protect yourself from thieves who may be lu ...…
 
The last thing you want to hear when traveling long distances from home is that your credit card has been compromised. Identity theft can happen to anyone at any time. In this episode, Skip shares a recent experience that caught him totally off guard, and explains what he's doing today to better protect himself when buying with credit, both on ...…
 
During the month of October, many campgrounds across the country go all out to host Halloween festivities for their guests. Skip explains why a Halloween camping trip makes perfect sense for kids and families of all ages. We'll also take a brief look at thirteen destinations across America that families can visit for a haunting good time.…
 
Skip talks with book author Michelle Houts about her brand new children's book "When Grandma Gatewood Took A Hike". It's an exciting story of a 67 year old woman who completed three journeys of the Appalachian Trail. Hear what inspired her to write the book, and where you can go to purchase a copy.
 
In this episode, Lori joins us in the studio to talk outdoor grilling. Having acquired a brand new six-burner propane grill, Skip weighs in on the choice between gas or charcoal grills at camp. Is one better than the other? We'll discuss the pros and cons of each.
 
In this week's episode, Skip talks about the many sights and attractions in the town of Mount Airy, North Carolina, including the "Mayberry Days Festival", going on all this week. For those who remember watching the Andy Griffith Show as a kid, Mount Airy is sure to bring back many of those wonderful memories. You'll see why it's a place to con ...…
 
Some campers travel more than a day to reach their camping destination. While spending the night at a public or private campground along the way would be an ideal situation, some motorists will use the convenience of an interstate rest area to catch up on some sleep. In this episode, we'll examine some of the reasons why you should avoid using ...…
 
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