Campfire Tip
Solid advice from the campfire

The saying is as popular …

As it is threadbare.

Good air quality should be a priority

In Cowboy’s opinion, it’s also misunderstood. Sure, you don’t want to spit into the wind so it won’t blow back in your face, and you hear that said all the time. But what about the wind? Doesn’t it deserve to be expectorant free? In this campfire short (sometimes called a chat), the Cowboy at the Campfire puts a good word in for the wind and why it deserves the very best.

Interview Tips
with AM Radio Host Buck Buckner

Buck Buckner didn’t just happen …

He got where he is by interviewing well.

In this video, Buck unveils some of his top interview tips. Probably his biggest secret is just being confident, and being himself. If you’re confident in life (but not too over confident), a lot of things fall in place. Someone recently told me, if you want to do well on an interview — be prepared to get some wrong. That’s where practice comes in. Other things to keep in mind: Maybe the best advice is to not do what Buck says. Just because it works for Buck, don’t expect to have the same result. Moral of the story: Don’t expect to nail your first interview (unless you’re Buck Buckner).

How To: Make a s’mores
Believe it or not, pepperoni is popular in some regions

You don’t need a recipe book

To make a s’mores, or do you?

There’s more to a good s’more than meets the eye

The Cowboy a the Campfire does his best to explain. Common mistakes: burning marshmallows is always a scourge. Then on the other hand sitting too far away doesn’t work either. The trick? Finding just the right distance. And the ingredients matter, too. For example, pepperoni usually isn’t a good match, although regionally it is a delicacy in some parts. S’mores really are less about the taste and more about the memory … and the hope you don’t burn the top of your mouth.