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YouTube Creators, please post up your channels with a description of your channel so we can all sub to each other. We all enjoy exploring, and probably enjoy exploring videos, so we should all enjoy each others content. 

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My channel is called Zoologist1992.  The videos are mostly of exploration.  However there are sports videos and gear test videos mixed in as well.  

Here is the link.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrUQgp8rU0jB0MUqF9JTzhg

 

It used to be mostly husbandry and sports before my hiatus which is what most of my subscribers subbed for.  Most of those channels I believe have not uploaded a video in years or logged off and never logged in since the google takeover circa 2012.  Unfortunately I deleted those videos in protest just before my part in the mass protest.  Those videos were shot with something that looked like this:  https://jet.com/product/detail/73a12138808c4e1c99e0daef173a7345?jcmp=pla:ggl:jd_dur_gen_cameras_optics_a3:cameras_video_cameras_a3_other:na:PLA_691897154_34151016445_pla-258346275787:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&gclid=CIudyvvf5dICFUs7gQodoQcJEQ

However I have long forgot the name thus have no idea how to describe it other than coming in several different colors and patterns.  Mine was pattern less and either white or silver.  

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DesertDog Exploring over here. 

I was focusing on exploring videos until the wife got close to popping out the new baby.  From there I sort of stayed close to home and focused on other interests - gear, reloading, and firearms, mainly.  I've got footage for a new excursion video coming up (editing in my free time), and in another couple of months, I should be back out. 

One thing I found out the other day - my oldest kid is absolutely fearless about crawling into caves and tight places. 

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I also have another video in progress.  I will post it in the next couple weeks.  It will include Oceola's cell in Castille de San Marcos if located, the Saint Augustine Lighthouse, Old St Johns County Jail and such sites.  

 

Edit:  I only took photographs of the Jail.  Those will be found on the Saint Augustine, FL Sites Album I will post on explore forums' Florida Albums and temporally near the top of the homepage of this website for those who are new to these forums.  

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I do daily vlogs, and urban exploration videos.  I put out a new video every day.  I have an "Exploration Playlist" that you can check out of you are not interested in my daily vlogs.  But I hope you will give a few of them a shot!

https://www.youtube.com/jeffgrantmedia?sub_confirmation=1

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I have two channels.

The first is my paranormal investigations stuff... Anomalous Phenomena Investigations

The second is just stuff from Randsburg Ghost Town Old West Days. I am planning on adding more content later this year of other travels. Cindy Nunn Photography

My videos are not monetized, but hopefully people will go to everyone else's channels if I am subscribed :)

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I just subbed both of the Cindy Nunn Channels. I'll check out your videos later today.  Been shoveling snow sense 5 am (now almost 11)  time for a nap. 

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I am not sure if you all are aware of this site or not, but a great video companion to YouTube is https://vid.me/. They make it super easy to upload your videos that are already on YouTube there. All you gotta do is link to the YouTube video you want to upload and it does the rest. Monetization is done through tips by users. I am not sure if this platform will ever take off, but it seems worth posting videos on. 

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If any of you sign up for VidMe, please post your VidMe channel link so I can follow you on there too. :beer:

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My/Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA

Thanks very much to all who Subscribe to us. We are a Exploration group from Texas and we just recently started out. We pretty much do Abandoned and some Haunted Explorations. Hopefully we can travel to some places later on!

Like it says, I will Subscribe back to my fellow Exploration buddys here! Thank you. :)

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On 3/14/2017 at 0:03 PM, dery said:

It used to be mostly husbandry and sports before my hiatus which is what most of my subscribers subbed for.  Most of those channels I believe have not uploaded a video in years or logged off and never logged in since the google takeover circa 2012.  Unfortunately I deleted those videos in protest just before my part in the mass protest.  Those videos were shot with something that looked like this:  https://jet.com/product/detail/73a12138808c4e1c99e0daef173a7345?jcmp=pla:ggl:jd_dur_gen_cameras_optics_a3:cameras_video_cameras_a3_other:na:PLA_691897154_34151016445_pla-258346275787:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&gclid=CIudyvvf5dICFUs7gQodoQcJEQ

However I have long forgot the name thus have no idea how to describe it other than coming in several different colors and patterns.  Mine was pattern less and either white or silver.  

Here is the type of video camera finally remembered.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/332137759260?lpid=82&chn=ps&ul_noapp=true

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Hey everyone, whoever Subscribes to me, quote me here saying you subscribed to me on Youtube (with your channel) and I will subscribe right back... I have no way of knowing who Subscribed to me on here to my channel. Thanks.

 

My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA

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9 hours ago, Urban|Haunted-Explorations said:

Hey everyone, whoever Subscribes to me, quote me here saying you subscribed to me on Youtube (with your channel) and I will subscribe right back... I have no way of knowing who Subscribed to me on here to my channel. Thanks.

 

My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA

I subscribed to your channel......

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-7Xpb9xI38VQ53eLC8JfiQ Ghost Towns of Nevada and California.

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If you want to find your subscribers, log in, go to your channel's homepage, then click on where it says x number of subscribers at the very top left corner of your channel.  

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19 hours ago, Urban|Haunted-Explorations said:

Hey everyone, whoever Subscribes to me, quote me here saying you subscribed to me on Youtube (with your channel) and I will subscribe right back... I have no way of knowing who Subscribed to me on here to my channel. Thanks.

 

My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA

 

Subscribed

Mine is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc50a4mOKMbnD6GBtmHSvOw

Let's just get a chain going, subscribe to all in this thread, then indicate that you've subscribed to all the above and post your link. I think it will be cleaner that way :-)

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I've subbed everyone in this thread so far.  

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On 3/21/2017 at 10:23 AM, NevadaGeigle said:

I subscribed to your channel......

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-7Xpb9xI38VQ53eLC8JfiQ Ghost Towns of Nevada and California.

Subscribed!

14 hours ago, 57butler said:

Subscribed

Mine is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc50a4mOKMbnD6GBtmHSvOw

Let's just get a chain going, subscribe to all in this thread, then indicate that you've subscribed to all the above and post your link. I think it will be cleaner that way :-)

Subscribed!

If I skipped anyone, please tell me.

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCacfS73oZrkPQe15iEZY4KA

My channel is mostly about exploring but I will upload a little bit of boxing. I enjoy doing both very much! Check it out and if you like subscribe! I haven't been on here in awhile I'll be checking out everybody else's channel I hope you all enjoy! 

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On 3/14/2017 at 11:52 AM, meepers said:

I do daily vlogs, and urban exploration videos.  I put out a new video every day.  I have an "Exploration Playlist" that you can check out of you are not interested in my daily vlogs.  But I hope you will give a few of them a shot!

https://www.youtube.com/jeffgrantmedia?sub_confirmation=1

Nice Channel!

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1 minute ago, RJ32 said:

Nice Channel!

Thanks.  I'll have a new Urbex video comeing out this Thursday too.  Weather has been terrible here, but it finally started getting nice and I can get back out there.

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On 4/2/2017 at 11:28 PM, Marco said:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCacfS73oZrkPQe15iEZY4KA

My channel is mostly about exploring but I will upload a little bit of boxing. I enjoy doing both very much! Check it out and if you like subscribe! I haven't been on here in awhile I'll be checking out everybody else's channel I hope you all enjoy! 

 

Subbed :-)

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Hey guys, it has been a while for me since the last time I posted... but my channel is:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA

Post that you have Subscribed and I will Subscribe back right when I see it. Thanks :)

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