Introducing the WhirldWorksFarm YouTube Channel


YouTube videos have served me well over the past many years so it is only fitting that we repay the kindness of so many other folks out there! It’s going to take a little while to get the mechanics down of making great videos worth watching (and re-watching), but the process of learning something new is always enjoyable for me.

For now, here is where you can find our channel:

And here is the video announcing our YouTube commencement 🙂

2 Comments on “Introducing the WhirldWorksFarm YouTube Channel

  1. Congrats and thanks for stopping by Blessed Hope Farm. I, too, hope to get a channel going soon though I predict it will be for my enjoyment rather than very informational lol.
    I’m going to check yours out now!
    Blessings,
    Marcia

  2. And thank YOU for stopping by our little neck of the web. As long as you enjoy making the videos it’s all worth it!

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