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I'll kick things off! My name is Kim aka Realist Nemophilist and I'm all about living in nature with my mountain man Dan. Follow us as we build a sustainable living space from the ground up while living in a tent!

We are a month old channel with very few views and just a few subscribers. It has been off to a slow start but we are working hard and building a fan base.

Check out our channel and subscribe, but only if you like it
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9XGXWM6vAwkqeFsxAUFE9w


Please share your channel, along with struggles, and success that came with having a channel. Also any words of wisdom and horror stories are encouraged!

Kim aka Realist Nemophilist

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Amazing channel, Kim! Among extreme permaculturalists, you deserve to be legend... Stay warm.
 
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Patrick Stanton wrote:Amazing channel, Kim! Among extreme permaculturalists, you deserve to be legend... Stay warm.



Thank you Patrick! I really appreciate your kind words. I hope to encourage people who think they can't do this and those who are unhappy in the traditional template of life that they can do this!

I have so much to learn and so many mistakes made, but I revel in my small nomad rustic victories!
 
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Excellent start to a great thread!  I have a YouTube channel also but but at the moment I'm really works ng on trying to get Paul's message out there so I'm taking a much needed break from writing my own stuff.
But if you'd like to subscribe it's


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNHGdIT3A-4LoL8STBenSMw
 
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Vicki Stoegbauer wrote:Excellent start to a great thread!  I have a YouTube channel also but but at the moment I'm really works ng on trying to get Paul's message out there so I'm taking a much needed break from writing my own stuff.
But if you'd like to subscribe it's


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNHGdIT3A-4LoL8STBenSMw



That's really great Vicki! I did subscribe, cute dog🐶

Feel free to subscribe to our Realist Nemophilist channel. We will try to start uploading one a week this spring/summer 😊

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9XGXWM6vAwkqeFsxAUFE9w
 
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I too am at a bit of a weather delay. Hence,the crazy puppy. I'm subscribed and currently binging on your channel while I wait for a loaf of bread to rise.
 
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Anytime! Let's hope it's good. I threw all kinds of weird stuff in like almond meal,raisin Bran and cacao powder Cleaning out my cabinets😉
 
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Hi Guys,

Have you ever been confronted with the question: Why is it always SO expensive to prepare a good meal and why does it always take forever? Well the answer is ... it doesn’t have to!
Check out my channel if you want to know more!

https://www.youtube.com/c/BCooks

I appreciate any feedback!

Best,
Bjoern
 
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Hi Friends,

Our youtube channel is about regenerative agriculture agronomy, with scientific explanations for disease and insect susceptibility, and how you can use nutrition to prevent possible infections.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRApdrU3BA0Pzo6MNWTD2jg  

Advancing Eco Agriculture Youtube Channel
 
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So I figured I should put my youtube channel up. Though right now I am taking a break because I had a stroke and talk a bit drunk sounding. I was never very active but was just starting to get in the swing. There are some vids of Wheaton"s Lab stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfu0r7VGHN-Xhdb2zdTuCJA
 
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Hey, Hi. Eastern Wa here. I sent you a Moosage.
 
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