Thank you all

Wow, 100 subscribers! Thank you all so very much :) still trying to get a handle on just how everything works, I am thinking I will post my own work on certain days and just do reminds on days in between. I really want to share the love as such with reminds, but even I don't always know what i have posted or not. That is why I'm going to try this arrangement. Please check out #UrbanExploration group and join if you like that sort of thing. It is moderated, to keep it only original content. (I do encourage minds+ posts on there as explorers do take risks!) If you know anyone posting exploration content please let them know about the group. Once again, thank you, and as time progresses I will be posting video and historically documented stories about some of the sites featured in my work. Please check out @bohemianarrows101 who does extraordinary urbex content and @allyinspirit who has been encouraging from day one (ally produces incredible content too)

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