I moved over to 11 mile state Park for a few days because it had been getting a little below freezing at night and I wanted an electrical hookup to help me keep things warm until I start heading south.
Other than my move which was about 4 miles not much was happening today so I decided to answer Maggie's comment as a blog post.
Thank you for your encouragement Maggie I hope I can live up to your optimistic speculation about my video making abilities but I'm afraid there may be disappointment in your future if you're waiting on me to produce an entertaining video. I have made a few videos in the past so I have some experience in how difficult it can be and it is far far more difficult than taking a single snapshot.
The videos I made of how to get to various Boondocking spots are probably the easiest kind of video to make. For one thing they don't have to be entertaining they were simply a way to show someone what it was like driving to and arriving at a Boondocking spot, so it required very little editing and almost no creative abilities. Which was the main reason I decided to make that kind of video.
But a video of what's going on around me during the day requires just what I am sorely lacking which is talent, videography skills and creative abilities. Now lacking these skills will probably not stop me from trying to make a video after all it didn't stop me from taking pictures, but believe me taking a picture is way easier than taking video, editing it, fixing the sound, and putting music to it. I am amazed how some of the people on YouTube can make videos that look professional and make it look so easy, but from what little I've done of it I can assure you it's not at all easy.
Nonetheless I will try a couple and see how it works out. I'm hoping it will give me something to post on the blog when I can't think of anything to write about. After all I'm usually around some very pretty scenery and maybe it will open up some opportunities for me to develop a new hobby. Yeah that's just what I need.... Another hobby.