Turkey Hunting Stories, April 11
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Turkey hunting stories including how outdoor writer Charles Elliott got his first turkey and drink of Moon Shine, “Thunderball Turkey” where Hovey and turkey managed to get much soaked by a summer thunderstorm and the re-telling of “Turkey Dance with Feathers, Chimes and Cannon” in a not-so-lively Georgia Bar at 2:00 AM are among the stories on this episode of “Hovey’s Outdoor Adventures.”
On a more serious note Hovey recalls arriving in Alaska after the Good Friday earthquake and gives some tips about survival cooking after natural disasters and how to avoid heavy-metal and other potential poisonings in the process.
A portion of the show this week is sponsored by Buy Cheap, Make Cheap, Sell Cheap, Inc., a company that offers to make price-competitive products that sell for 20 % less that U.S. made goods by outsourcing to inexpensive labor markets around the world and using less expensive components. The results are products that sell for 20% less and only last 20% as long, so they must be replaced more often. According to the company spokesman, making and marketing, “Cheap, cheap, cheap is a win-win situation for ALMOST everybody.”