Okay, maybe it is social distancing, maybe I had a minor YouTube habit before lock down, but I have to admit, my name is David, and I can watch YouTube for hours per week.
The latest obsession started innocently, with a documentary series on Amazon Prime Video titled "Travels by Narrowboat." His boat has a classic low RPM diesel engine, I could listen to it's gentle thump-thump-thump for hours, and he has like hours of videos on Prime. When I exhausted that, I did a search on YouTube, found a few more videos from Travels by Narrowboat, and discovered that there are a couple of dozen people posting videos on YouTube about narrowboat travel in England. One of my favorites is Cruising the Cut, https://www.youtube.com/c/CruisingTheCutUK. He has a website www.cruisingthecut.co.uk. The channel is produced by a former television news reporter. He knows how to tell a short story, how to shoot video, how to edit. He has been on his boat 3 or 4 years and is prolific, at the moment he has 222 videos, averaging about 15 minutes, you can watch his stuff for hours, believe me I have. When you run out of his, there is The Narrowboat Experience (two ladies and two cats,) Foxes Afloat (two men in the process of building their second new boat) and many more.
What are you watching this summer?