A New Year's Eve Welcome to 2017

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A New Year's Eve Welcome to 2017

Postby bsalisbury » Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:59 pm

Season’s greetings and happy New Year to everyone. It has been some time since I posted a show. However, I got a new Panasonic G85 camera for Christmas, and it snowed quite heavily on New Year’s eve here on the Lower Mainland of British Columbia . . . so, out I went to test the camera, and watch the snow come down. Of course, it meant some shoveling this morning, but it was worth it! The show is 2 minutes long. No objectionable content, unless of course you have an aversion to snow and its removal. The link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCSleFWq7MA. Regards, Brian

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Re: A New Year's Eve Welcome to 2017

Postby JBD » Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:42 am

Very good Brain. Trouble is I got cold watching it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: A New Year's Eve Welcome to 2017

Postby Riekelt » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:06 pm

Happy New Year Brian, thank you for your nice snow show
I see its cold and you've got lots of snow, Here in Holland it is'nt cold at all and no snow :(
I see in your show you even met Bigfoot ( 52 sec.) :)
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