Larry Barsh, codger podcaster, is the creator and host of Specifically for Seniors, a podcast he started when he was 85 years old. In this episode, we interview Larry to learn more about how his podcast originated and what drives him to commit this level of effort in his golden years. Larry is one of us—an old codger who is energetic and still curious about life. He has had many guests on his show ranging from Ken Friedman, a nationally top-ranked seniors pickleball player, to frog researcher Bruce Means and comedian Robert Klein.
Join us in a delightful conversation with Larry Barsh, codger podcaster, who may very well be one of the oldest podcast hosts around. He certainly inspires these “young” old codgers to keep pushing the envelope with Camp Codger. After chatting with Larry, we plan to be podcasting a decade from now when we are in our 80s.
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