1. CountryHouseGent goes missing. What’s that all about? . . .

… Amazing! Where it all began.

One day I upload a video review of a mechanics ratchet set and the next, this short, cryptic and completely unexpected video appears.

Here I was, sat by a canal and listening to a news report on the radio, saying that I’ve been missing from my home since May.

Mad 🙂

Author: Kevin Shelley

Street Photography. Narrow Boat Documentaries. eBooks. Blog. Reviews cameras. Develops film.

6 thoughts on “1. CountryHouseGent goes missing. What’s that all about? . . .”

  1. Kevin – your two backups are great for mechanical failure but how ate you covering a catastrophe like fire or sinking. Backups aren’t much good when the are all stored together. Put another back up on the cloud.

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  2. Hi Kevin, I hope you are well. Living on board as you do can you tell me please what people do with regard to repeat prescription, doctors and dentists? During lock down I had a terrible time with a root canal, lucky for me the dentist came out with antibiotics several times to my home I’m curious what other people do.
    Kind regards.
    Trevor.

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  3. I am 81 year female i have binged watch your travels one through six on Aslan. I loved it so much I hated to see it end I will go back and watch it again. I live in the USA and enjoyed seeing part of your country in England Im looking forward to seeing another episode Good luck with your travels( your friend Jo)

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  4. Hello Kevin, I have been a professional yacht captain for decades, sailed all over the world on both sail an motor yachts. I have loved watching you narroboat videos and hope to someday do a bit of narrow boat cruising for a holiday. Wondering what canal you would choose if you had only a month to cruise. Also wondering why you use an old guidebook. Does Nicholson’s not have a newer issue? Seems on a number of occasions you could have avoided a predicament if you had more recent info. Are there not newer guide books available? See you next episode….Cheers, Captain Denise Fox

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