The first year of Camp Codger is over!! A whole year delivering rocking chair wisdom to our loyal listeners Pretty cool!!
This week, Randy Schultz, Richard Kipling, and Gary Ebersole—your favorite camp counselors—take a breather and look back at where we have been and consider where we might go from here. A big thanks to our senior citizen audience who enjoy our insights and commentary on life in our golden years. We do this podcast for you and we’re still “on the air” after 52 episodes.
When we started exploring the idea of an episode that looked back at the first year of Camp Codger, it was almost natural that we would each have our own favorite episodes. Randy thoroughly enjoyed our “Camp Granny” episode with author Sharon Lovejoy while Richard appreciated the insights on retirement offered by LA Times columnist Steve Lopez. Ever the geek, Gary preferred the more educational, technology-based episodes about the Metaverse and ChatGPT.
We all agreed that it was fun to take a stroll down memory lane occasionally. We look back at the music, toys, and major events in our formative years.
The First Year of Camp Codger Is Over. Where Do We Go From Here?
In this episode, we also look at ideas for ways to make our podcasts more relevant, interesting, and fun for our listeners. The old codgers have some ideas, but we all agreed that increased audience participation would be great. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, leave a comment below, or leave us a voicemail at 505-603-3231 with your ideas about future episodes.
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