Stonewall Trail - Auburn State Recreation Area
Stonewall Trail at the Auburn State Recreation Area in Auburn, California. This video was taken February 20, 2018. Trail was in great shape. Recorded with my GoPro Hero Session 5.
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Mt Pisgah Fatbiking
Cold, clear day. Perfect for regular mtb, but I had my fat bike ...
Santa Croce Band
Brittany, Rebecca, Olivia, James, Robert and Greg Santacroce perform at the MMMJ Bluegrass, Potluck and Firework Mini-Festival in Jaffrey, NH
How to Remove a Boulder | This Old House
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares his secrets for busting up big boulders. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Remove a Boulder:
- a big rock that's in the way
Tools for How to Remove a Boulder:
- pointed shovel [ used to dig around rock
- electric rotary hammer [ and 1/2-inch-diameter masonry bit [ used to drive screws and drill screw holes
- bulb-type syringe [ for blowing dust out of holes
- feathers and wedges [ used to split the rock
- 3-pound sledgehammer [ for pounding in the wedges
- long-handled pry bar [ used to break off split pieces of rock
- diesel-powered air compressor [ and rotary rock hammer [ for drilling and splitting large rocks
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Red Tail Trail - Mountain Bike New Hampshire
Following Alex Leich down one of North Conway's more popular mountain bike trails. We were cut short with light but will be making a few more of these clips showcasing the terrain in the Mount Washington Valley.
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DADDY LONG LEGS by Jean Webster | Full Audiobook with subtitles
Best of librivox & Best books on librivox: Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean WEBSTER
1.Blue Wednesday 0:28
2. Freshman Year 1 - 17:08
3.Freshman Year continued -58:07
4. Sophomore Year 1 - 01:32:23
5. Sophomore Year continued 02:08:34
6. Junior Year 1 - 02:49:42
7. Junior Year continued - 3:12:44
8. Senior Year 3:34:53
9. Graduate 4:03:54
Jerusha Abbott was brought up at the John Grier Home, an old-fashioned orphanage. The children were wholly dependent on charity and had to wear other people's cast-off clothes. Jerusha's unusual first name was selected by the matron off a grave stone, while her surname was selected out of the phone book. At the age of 18, she has finished her education and is at loose ends, still working in the dormitories at the institution where she was brought up.
One day, after the asylum's trustees have made their monthly visit, Jerusha is informed by the asylum's dour matron that one of the trustees has offered to pay her way through college. He has spoken to her former teachers and thinks she has potential to become an excellent writer. He will pay her tuition and also give her a generous monthly allowance. Jerusha must write him a monthly letter, because he believes that letter-writing is important to the development of a writer. However, she will never know his identity; she must address the letters to Mr. John Smith, and he will never reply.
Jerusha catches a glimpse of the shadow of her benefactor from the back, and knows he is a tall long-legged man. Because of this, she jokingly calls him Daddy Long-Legs. She attends a women's college, but the name and location are never identified; however, men from Princeton University are frequently mentioned as dates, so it is certainly on the East Coast. The college is almost certainly based on the author's alma mater, Vassar College, judging from college traditions mentioned. She illustrates her letters with childlike line drawings, also created by Jean Webster. (Summary by Wikipedia)
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