Off the Beaten Track started back in the early days of video podcasting. The quality of the video back then was only in standard definition and when compressed so it could be downloaded in a sensible time off the internet the quality degraded further.
After a short hiatus, OTBT, as it had come to be known, was reborn as a stand-alone website instead of being a single page within a “community”.
The early content related purely to the North East of England, but wherever I (or one of my associates) goes with a camera and notebook is fair game for the OTBT treatment. However, Off The Beaten Track, as a name, was a double edged sword. It remains a well known phrase and this was affecting things, so I decided to put my personal stamp on matters and with a little bit of a polish, the site became Carter’s Country.
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