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Old 06-30-2017, 05:00 PM   #1
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Anyone on here follow the Blog "Long Long Honeymoon?" I know they have an Airstream but they post a lot of useful stuff for all of us. It is a well done production and very entertaining. Sure would be nice to be able to travel as much as they do.
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Anyone on here follow the Blog "Long Long Honeymoon?" I know they have an Airstream but they post a lot of useful stuff for all of us. It is a well done production and very entertaining. Sure would be nice to be able to travel as much as they do.


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Old 06-30-2017, 07:04 PM   #3
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I've seen some of their stuff- Hit or miss to me...
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Old 06-30-2017, 07:41 PM   #5
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I follow them occasionally but I like Less Junk, More Journey much better. Seems they get more into the actual day to day fulltime RV living plus a lot of nice scenery. Both are good though.
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Old 06-30-2017, 08:51 PM   #6
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I follow them. Good production and information, but it does not seem like they are
traveling very much lately.

Right now Keep Your Daydream is a pretty good follow. Also liking The Motorhome Experiment, but I am just at the beginning of that series.

I am not digging the new trend for E-begging through Patreon though. Now it is just not "give us a thumbs up", but also "If you love this send some money through these other means". While I don't mind subtle advertising, smacking me with requests for money every episode is annoying.
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I started following them a little since we used to have an old Airstream. I can see where their videos would be helpful for new rv owners.
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I follow them. Better than following work!
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I've only seen a couple of their videos so far, but they seem to do a good job; thought the Alaska trip was pretty interesting.

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I follow them. Good production and information, but it does not seem like they are
traveling very much lately.

Right now Keep Your Daydream is a pretty good follow. Also liking The Motorhome Experiment, but I am just at the beginning of that series.

I am not digging the new trend for E-begging through Patreon though. Now it is just not "give us a thumbs up", but also "If you love this send some money through these other means". While I don't mind subtle advertising, smacking me with requests for money every episode is annoying.
Yeah I agree. The Keep Your Daydream is another good one.

The Wandering Wyatts is another one. They are just getting started and bought their first RV a few months ago.

The Patreon thing I think has been taking off more because of the issues the YouTube "Creators" have seen with changes in ad revenue. Some of these people were making some serious money out there on YouTube and became used to the cash flow.
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+1 for LoLoHo and KYD. My other two are RV with Tito - mostly good videos on interesting add-ons and mods, and Gone with the Wynn's who converted last year from RV to Sailing, but still a great lifestyle video and their year+ old RV stuff is worth seeking out. Read somewhere that they are one of the most popular travel blogs on YouTube.

Agree that LoLoHo has not been producing much lately and seems to be struggling to find a new niche; live casting isn't my thing, and they seem to rehashing their Alaska trip from a couple of years ago.

Find the Wyatts pretty cringe worthy as they slapstick their way through learning RV ownership.
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Find the Wyatts pretty cringe worthy as they slapstick their way through learning RV ownership.
Cringe for sure!!!
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