Originally Posted by YotaAtieToo
I'm actually slightly fascinated by successful you tube channels. I half way follow the Cletus McFarland channel. I think it was only 2 years ago when he started it. He now has the world record for fastest stick shift corvette and just bought an abandoned race track as well as puts on huge events that look like a blast and has at least a dozen different $50-100k+ project cars. Kid is basically living the dream off you tube money.
I absolutely hate the sound of my voice on video, so I guess I'll just reside to doing stupid stuff with vehicles with only 1-10 witnesses
I thought about it too, my audience for dogs is more pet owners that donít relate to the dogs I have or work I do. My sport dog I starting to look good, so I might make another one.
I started recording our wheeling trips thinking that where we wheel is some of the most beautiful areas in the US. I wanted wheeling to not be work. I donít want to worry about angles or lightning when Iím there to enjoy myself. I could never talk to the camera. I canít stand people that do that.