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Old 03-04-2019, 11:09 PM   #15
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I tend to watch for things to see and do, so the more they tell me about places to go and things to do and see, the more I like it.

I'm going to throw out Grand Adventure as one to watch for places to travel and see and do, in the western US. Very good video and narration and he gives you Google Maps links to the exact places they were camped.

Long Long Honeymoon covers a lot of ground, with product reviews, tips and tricks and travel also. I always watch them, its not painful.

Less Junk, More Journey also does a rather good job of showing you places to visit and things to see, their daughter is cute and adds a good touch to the videos. Gives you something to smile about.

I was following a couple of others, but they are not showing me what I want to see, so I don't pay attention much anymore. Destination Open Road is one that I watch some. Sometimes I have to leave it but most of their travels show me things I might want to see and places to go, so I watch.

Traveling Robert is somewhat painful for me to watch, as he doesn't show me enough of what he is touring and seeing, but some of his vids are OK.

I do not watch the ones with drama....... cannot stand it. Quit watching TV years ago.

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I tend to watch for things to see and do, so the more they tell me about places to go and things to do and see, the more I like it.

I'm going to throw out Grand Adventure as one to watch for places to travel and see and do, in the western US. Very good video and narration and he gives you Google Maps links to the exact places they were camped.

Long Long Honeymoon covers a lot of ground, with product reviews, tips and tricks and travel also. I always watch them, its not painful.

Less Junk, More Journey also does a rather good job of showing you places to visit and things to see, their daughter is cute and adds a good touch to the videos. Gives you something to smile about.

I was following a couple of others, but they are not showing me what I want to see, so I don't pay attention much anymore. Destination Open Road is one that I watch some. Sometimes I have to leave it but most of their travels show me things I might want to see and places to go, so I watch.

Traveling Robert is somewhat painful for me to watch, as he doesn't show me enough of what he is touring and seeing, but some of his vids are OK.

I do not watch the ones with drama....... cannot stand it. Quit watching TV years ago.

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Carey On Vagabond, Hike'n RV are also good channels.
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I like to watch The Motorhome Experiment because I enjoy seeing the places they travel and the documentation they provide on these places. What I really enjoy is their sense of humor and they seem to be REAL people in real life, not someone in a docudrama. Others are OK but sometimes seem fake or staged.

I guess it's not for everyone, but neither is daytime soap operas ....
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We love Paul and Lori from the Motorhome Experiment and spent some time with them at Walt Disney World. They are genuinely real friendly funny people. We keep in touch and hope to be seeing them this fall in Florida along with VeganRV.

My wife and I started our own YouTube channel too after hanging out with them but it is a mixture of things. So far we've talked about our motorhome, camping, hunting, golf and Walt Disney World.

I'll link my channel for you to see. I love constructive criticism. Just don't beat me up to much.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHU...diIjDFA38R63fw
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The post was to say...enough is enough with all these videos that are all scripted to look the same....not to advertise even more of these....just say no...lol
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The post was to say...enough is enough with all these videos that are all scripted to look the same....not to advertise even more of these....just say no...lol
That's exactly why I added mine. I've always been non compliant.
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Enough off topic already, take this for what it’s worth.
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