There are new voices, Chris started this journey about 10 months ago, and documented building his boat, he is now living on it. He is a nice working class guy. Retired military. Well educated and endlessly curious and learning. Divorced with kids. His storytelling is good, and has gotten better. He decided to buy and live aboard a boat, having never spent the night on a boat before. He describes why, and the process of deciding and building what he wanted.
You can follow his story from the beginning, or jump to his current postings, he is now on the boat, near his kids. He is posting a couple of times a week, I look forward to his posts.
Are there similar channels that you follow?
As much as I get on You Tube, I don't think I follow any one channel.ReplyDelete
I have several that know when they usually post and I get noticies on my phoneDelete
Thanks for the Chris tip. I follow the Foxes who no longer cruise but still make good clips, Cruising the Cut who also no longer has a boat, Robbie Cumming, Floating our Boat and Narrow Boat Life Unlocked.ReplyDelete
Robbie can be very goodDelete
SG loves the narrow boats on YouTube. And he agrees, some of the owners are annoying.ReplyDelete
Some are very good story tellers,Delete
I have often fallen down a YT rabbit hole, but I don't follow any channels.ReplyDelete
I generally focus on content producers that I like, and sample the suggested content carefullyDelete
I discovered the Foxes Afloat fellows only a month ago; I enjoy them.ReplyDelete
And they have bees!Delete
I spend enough time keeping up with blogs -- I can't add YouTube or other social media platforms to the mix!ReplyDelete
How did we fill our days before the internet?Delete
Interesting. No, there are no channels that I follow.ReplyDelete
There are some great content producersDelete