Jim Scott is living like a kid since retiring from radio last March: Sleeping in. Going on long hikes or rides in his Gator on his farm. Looking for arrowheads in creeks. Trying to figure out what he’s going to do the rest of his life.
That’s what he told me when I visited him recently at his Dearborn County farm to invite him to come on WVXU’s “Cincinnati Edition” talk show Wednesday, and interview him for this story and for the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Cincinnati newsletter.
We talked about everything. And you can talk to him too, when he’s a guest on WVXU’s “Cincinnati Edition” call-in show at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Scott lives with his wife Donna on a 132-acre farm across the road from Perfect North Slopes. Until last March, he had been heard since 1968 on old WSAI-AM, YES95, WINK94.1 and WLW-AM (except for year at New York’s WNBC-AM). Here’s what we talked about: