A return to old-school Blackcatloner video making this week with another trip to the Canal Trail as well as celebrating the return of Crystal Pepsi and discovering a rare 80’s TV series. Also I rant about YouTube’s newest rules regarding ad revenue.
In today’s Throwback Thursday video from 2010, I offer a video about the first time I went out for a walk on the Erie Canal Trail that runs from the old Fort Herkimer Church all the way to the Movac Ambulance headquarters near the Thruway entrance in Mohawk..
The music in the video was provided by the late Nathan Wills: http://youtube.com/paradigma
This vlog actually consists of two weeks worth of footage, including a walk along the Erie Canal on Easter, a monologue including my placement test at Herkimer County Community College and my two cents on the much-talked about Royal Wedding.
Today I figure I’d add some more photos I took on the Canal Trail exhibiting some of the fall scenery that Central New York is famous for. I hope that you will enjoy it.
Here we are. I am now heading into week 2 of my vacation from work. And so far things have been uneventful, except for the fact that the weather over the weekend has been really beautiful. So beautiful that I finally managed to go outside and see some of the beautiful fall scenery that Central New York is famous for. I even managed to film some footage for the new episode of The Adventures of Blackcatloner this week on blip.tv.
Sunday afternoon (which was known as 10/10/10), I managed to hike on a trail alongside the Erie Canal on the Mohawk side of the canal. The trail actually starts at the old Fort Herkimer Church and goes all the way to the Movac Ambulance Dispatch Center in Mohawk near the canal bridge. I saw people attempting to draw hearts on the gravel portion of the trail and I saw a canal tour boat go by. One of the things I wanted to do ever since I started doing YouTube videos was to go on a boat ride on the Erie Canal to film a video. However just like the previous years, things fell through and I ended up not going. Hopefully next summer, I will be able to follow through on that.