In a way, Indescribable. “A Standup Paddle Movie” is a documentary about the beginning of Stand Up Paddle Sports. If you’ve never heard of SUP, here is the gist.
Archives for July 2011
Duncan Walters of Rap Bravo captured some great footage this month on a fire near Yale BC. Justin Abiss zips down the rope as the fourth crewmember on a steep and difficult to access fire. Camera is a Fuji xp 10 point and shoot digicam.
Way too funny not to post. Each consecutive replay in slow motion is hysterical. And she’s all good.
Synched with your Touch, Phone, or Pad…(yes yes there should be an ‘i’ in front of that but really what did you think I was talking about?) the ia100 is a sweet alarm clock, great stereo system, and docking station for your ‘i’ devices. The bluetooth range is impressive, and the speakers are crisp and clear and loud if that’s your thing. Control everything from across the room, even the iHome’s display brightness. My favorite part, the docking station is compatable with after market non Apple sanctioned cases.
Malthus a meal a day. The water goes in the top, gets filtered through the levels by the plants and then ends up in the bottom for the fishes, and it starts again. Just a concept right now but this looks really cool. check out the rest of the website.
Watson and Holmes are back. Here is the new trailer. I doubt it’s going to dissapoint.
If you fly in a helicoter or fixed wing it is becoming more likely you’ll be in the wire environment, either near powerlines or tower guywires. This informational video does not replace formal training but is an eye opener literally to the hazards associated with low level flying, common in wildfirefighting fixed wing and rotary wing operations. Stay safe out there.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. John Le Carre. Well written book made into a well directed and acted movie. Let’s hope.
A year of video, a short hike from downtown Banff Alberta. No bigfoot. Thanks Justin!