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Thanks for that post, really lovely production , enjoyed it immensely, Rick
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thanks chaps

thanks for nice words and apologies for butting in on your community

I wish I had started this project years ago - at 53 my ability to cope with the restricted headroom in a small boat will start to decline - and the boat has to be small to do the job

I really wanted to take a proper look at my own island from the cockpit of my own boat. We have a very crinckly coast - apparently 20,000 miles long.

apologies for the idiosynchratic nature of the progs - I am filming and editing in between earning money working as a journo


they are a mixed bag - and they are developing as the journey unfolds - partly because the video gear has got an awful lot better but mostly because the coast and my reaction to it is changing and evolving

so any suggestions about improving them and offers of suitable music gratefully accepted




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Thanks Jim for turning us on to Dylan. After watching the winter video I immediately watched keepturningleft number 1 -10. I am hooked.

Dylan excellent work. Very enjoyable to watch. Keep up the good work.

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thanks for nice words and apologies for butting in on your community
No apologies necessary, thank you for joining Sailnet, we are honoured to have you aboard.

I do have a question... is there a way to get all your "Keep turning left" episodes in order? When I search UTube I tend to get a seemingly random scattering of episiodes.

Again, welcome aboard.
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playlist

You tube uses playlists

not allowed to post a link until my fifth posting I believe

there is a playist for 2008 and 2009 at dylanwinter1

sorry for spruiking

Dylan

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Excellent work Dylan, welcome, and thank you! You do a nice job of capturing the spirit of sailing. I enjoy how you focus not only on the technicalities of boat handling, but also layer in the human experience, communing with nature, some excellent music, and the videography is top notch. Much appreciated.

Will you be interested in doing a similar project for the US coast and/or the Caribbean?
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love to - who has got a boat I could borrow?

Actually I think I have enough on my plate with our coastline

and I fear that if I ever sailed in warm water then I might go all soft and wrinkly

although the bloke from the sailling channel was going to try pitching the 2009 series at National Public TV in the states - chopped up into 3 x 23minute segments.

What about music suggestions then?

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there is a playist for 2008 and 2009 at dylanwinter1

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Dylan, thanks for joining us here. Your work is remarkable.

I believe these are the playlist links:

KeepTurningLeft 2008 UK Circumnavigation: YouTube - dylanwinter1's Channel

KeepTurningLeft 2009 UK Circumnavigation: YouTube - dylanwinter1's Channel

KeepTurningLeft 2010 UK Circumnavigation: YouTube - dylanwinter1's Channel

All Playlists: YouTube - dylanwinter1's Channel


Wow, lots of videos...
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Nice, makes me a little homesick. Plus you can leave a used plate on your deck and all you have to worry about is seagulls or at worst a fox. Little different in this part of the world and you don't want to be waking up to a bear on your boat!
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Victoria

but you live in one of the best sailing areas in the world

killer wales, fantastic seabirds, proper seals, mountains, strong tides

you lucky lucky man

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