CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Once in a while I get an opportunity to get out of the studio and meet with many of you face to face. I cherish those chances because it’s always nice to be able to thank you in person for your loyalty. I love having a conversation with those of you who frequently check this site for news updates on outdoor stories or listen to the show on Saturday morning or even the Morning News. You guys are the best. Over the course of the next few months, there are several chances we could get together.
This Friday night I’ll attend a function in Parkersburg which some of you may also attend. I have to be deliberately vague because it’s a surprise for some of the folks in attendance. I’ll tell you more about it after it’s over.
I can tell you however this Saturday, February 28, I’ll be broadcasting Ram Trucks West Virginia Outdoors live from the Summersville Armory. The good folks at Northside Automotive in Summersville, a Ram Truck dealer and sponsor of the show, have invited us over to be part of their annual winter sale. It’s also Ram Trucks Month at the dealership, so they’ll have plenty of the trucks I talk about so much on hand for you to check out in the warm and roomy comfort of the armory. I’ll broadcast from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., but I’ll hang around the show for much of Saturday. If you’re in the area, stop by and sit a spell.
The following week, March 7th, I’ll broadcast Ram Trucks West Virginia Outdoors live for a third straight year from the West Virginia Hunting, Fishing, and Outdoors Sports Show in Morgantown. We’ll be at at the Ruby Community Center at Mylan Park. This show continues to grow every year and I look forward to seeing you folks in Morgantown. I’ll be around with the folks from Ram Trucks and local Ram Dealer Urse Dodge at the show.
Finally, April 25th Ram Trucks West Virginia Outdoors will again originate live from Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins in Grant County. We’ll bring you the sounds of the resort’s invitational fly fishing event. I’m told there have been some changes in the makeup of this tournament, so we look forward to finding out what those will be. It’s always a great pleasure to do the show in the open air on the deck of one of the resort cabins. You get to hear the North Fork of the South Branch as well as all the natural ambient sound in the background coming right through your radio. I love this live broadcast.
Hopefully you will be around for one of these events and we’ll get to meet in person or if we have met we can reconnect. Don’t be shy step up and say “Howdy.” I look forward to it!.