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I was trying out the video option of the new camera I bought recently. Iwandered around the wild half of my garden for a while holding the camera in front of me. Not a bad place to be on a sunny summer's evening.

When I played it back it seemed a nice little interlude in pleasant surroundings, so I thought I would share it with you.

PS: There may be a problem with the music I attached to the video. I sometimes get a message it may be copyrighted music. Not sure what to do about it.

[TUBE]http://youtu.be/NTe0fwF37R0[/TUBE]
 

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KenB said:
Beautiful place.
Your visitors would need to be given a compass
I can't think of anywhere else I'd like to live. As for visitors, I have a total ban on them going outside after dark.


The place does have a dark side though. It can be brutal in winter.


 

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Id give my right arm for a garden half that size lol. You need a degree in mountainering just to cut the grass in our postage stamp of a garden.
 

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That last pic reminds me of Canada.
My wife's uncle used to use a snow blower to clear his drive so that he could get out onto the highway. His drive was about 100 yards long !!
 

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KenB said:
That last pic reminds me of Canada.
My wife's uncle used to use a snow blower to clear his drive so that he could get out onto the highway. His drive was about 100 yards long !!
Where I live is as far north as the Hudson Bay in Canada. I'm really glad we don't get the sort of weather they get over there. God bless the gulf stream.

When it's really bad I have to clear about 50 to 60 yards of track so I can get onto the main farm track. The farm vehicles tend to keep that part of the track drivable. Then I have another half a mile or so to get onto the local road. I've only got stuck once in the 18 years I've lived up here, and that was in a VX Astra and it couldn't get up the hill at the bottom of the farm track about half a mile from my house.

I don't get on with the guy who owns the farm, so he wont clear the road up as far as my house, hence the need for the snowblower.
 
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