Walking in Stockholm 4K

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Hoes On Tha Stroll – Chicago (West Side)

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Ok you probably need to go to a free clinic and get ya self checked out after watching this one. U probably got somethin, cuz I know u lil nasty fockers didnt use protection. U should be ashamed of urselves lmao

go back around go back around huh hey we finished off some nasty shit real-life Chicago see I was close this plate on this is nice out here but this shit that hurt your eyes out here so and um it's the fuckin salad we're gonna put the parental guidance thing up on this one hold it hey some you pick a few nice of little girls oh my god Buddha came right now wish I had a gap that on tape spoken of just getting their nose and I missed you so cuz I was like I ain't once in the boxA they see me taping this you said you got to keep cool in the shot so it is hot out here get me something else right quick don't gross that ain't gonna work for me though now these are like hey everybody watching this go get your gun reenact rails I'll go get you a goofy DS net all my loving it st Wow live from the shot when they get hot outside tell me how to real what oh wow oh hey and what's that what time is it so bro 625 625 in 2 p.m. and the halls is on the stroll to get that though sometimes oh yeah I know where my shoes right now wow that is heavy I'm sick

Investigation: Haunted House

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Pupils at three Hull and East Yorkshire primary schools will experience a theatre visit with a scientific twist next week as a brand new type of science play created by a University of Hull chemistry lecturer has its premiere.

three schools in Holland east yorkshire have been treated to a play created by a university of whole chemistry lecturer with a special science twist investigation haunted house is the brainchild of University of Hull chemistry lecturer dr. mark Lorch he wanted to develop a new way to bring science to life for young pupils project is to try and get children engaged in science through drama and also through cartoons so things that they can access quite easily so we the project involves a play written by people Roberts who in which the characters use simple science tricks in their adventures so it's in a way like Harry Potter but you can do the spells the play shows the characters using science tricks as part of their adventure and then when the curtain comes down the pupils have a chance to follow their lead during special workshops it was a result of months of work developing the story playwright Pippa Roberts took on the challenge of working the science tricks into the script I really enjoyed it I think him they left there and Laurie I'm Loretta did a great job there's already a novel I've written a first draft of a novel of the same story and accept it goes on a bit further then you find out a bit more about the guests I hope is that the pupils who have seen science in action through the play will take away an important message that science can be done by anyone money you can make a really really simple motor

Island Beach State Park, NJ (Jersey Shore)

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Island Beach State Park is a New Jersey state park located just south of Seaside Park on the Barnegat Peninsula in Berkeley Township, Ocean County, New Jersey, United States.
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Escape to the Country – Derbyshire

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Alistair Appleton searches for a rural retreat in Derbyshire for a couple from Herefordshire. While he craves rural isolation, she wants village life.

and then things begin to heat up even more she's getting excited today I'm in Derbyshire and it's the river dove here in the Peak District that gains many a mentions in one of the greatest books in sporting literature The Compleat angler author Isaac Walton used to fish here in the 1650s three and a half centuries later his book is still hailed as a pioneering work being more than just a how-to guide by describing Riverside habitats promoting conservation and celebrating the countryside at large all messages that clearly resonate in the present day Derbyshire sits in the East Midlands region of England and borders counties including Staffordshire and South Yorkshire it has a long and distinguished history the Romans made use of the natural geological resources here such as the lead or in the limestone hills and the thermal springs around Buxton from the late 18th century the town thrived as a fashionable spa destination and its fine array of Georgian architecture includes an impressive sweeping Crescent modeled on that in bath today the town hosts an annual music and literary festival centered on the opera house built in 1903 and designed by Frank Matcham the same architect behind the London Palladium around a third of Derbyshire is taken up by the Peak District National Park roughly the size of Greater London it's appealing landscape of dramatic rolling hills and escarpment attracts around 10 and visitors each year it's also an enticing destination for those looking to trade an urban existence for the countryside the latest stats showed the average price of a detached property here in Derbyshire is 210 thousand pounds that's 55,000 below the national figure however the picture changes dramatically as you move towards the central Peaks region around Buxton there you could pay a hundred and fifty thousand pounds more for an equivalent property as restricted supply keeps prices at a premium the good news is though even a couple of miles outside the national park borders around the market towns of Ashbourne and Matlock you do get value for money so where are today's buyers looking in this beautiful and diverse County let's meet them and find out Paul and Sue have been married for 40 years and spent their early life in the Derbyshire countryside they currently live in a modern detached property in Maidenhead Berkshire but having retired two years ago and with their three grown-up children no longer its home they now have a chance to escape the hectic pace of working urban life the house that we live in at the moment has been absolutely brilliant for the last 20 years and they're very practical for a family with children the downside is the fact that it's just so busy and quite noisy so we decided years ago that when I finished work we think about moving back to whim where we were in Derbyshire and that's what we're planning to do until they retired sue was a midwife and Paul worked for an airline at Heathrow Airport for him this flight north along with their dog Cassie is about rekindling childhood memories I was born in Derbyshire and spent the first 10 years in the big district and spent all my time either walking or in those days playing in the Brooks and things and loved it their decision to move now were cemented by a recent memorable visit to the region about six months ago we went back to slavery friends in a little village just outside Darby and you woke up in the morning and the Sun was dreaming through and you could see the hills and it was just it did look yeah and I said to Paul this is really quiet here how do you feel about moving back to the quiet and he said I love it so I said great because I do too so that's what we're gonna do their new property will have to cater for their diverse hobbies not least a decent sized garden for suit but also rents an allotment close to her home I started gardening really when my son got to about 15 and it was a great relaxation from a busy day at work so and then that's just continued and now I I'd really like to spend all my time in the garden outside and on the allotment but Paul will be in their garage tinkering with his much-loved classic car the mg we've had since 1980 it is in fact the deposit on our first house because the bank took too long to get them all you've sorted out we spent the money on the car and we've never had to sell it although they've retired sue and Paul I want to putting their feet up just yet having completely remodeled their current home over the years they came to take on another property project I'm really excited about the fact that that we when we bought houses in the in the past then it's been actually planning and getting that house to the state that you like it that's another reason to move on the sort of doing it again is you know it's time to move and do do something wrong Paul and Sue would ideally like to live between Chesterfield and Darby where their family and friends are based I'm meeting up with them in the counties famous peak district to see what's on their property wish list welcome to Derbyshire what in particular attracts you both to this area well we used to live in Derbyshire in our twenties so it was always our plan to come back to Derbyshire we have family here and we've also got lots of friends from when we were working in Darby so be like coming back home yeah what sort of property are you both looking for probably a nice full bedroomed detached properties stone nice big lounge we did quite a lot of entertaining so we'd like a nice big kitchen maybe a kitchen diner or a decent sized dining room the outside space is very important because I do a lot of gardening so a nice garden or space to make a nice garden and also we need a double garage and space for a couple of cars to park as well what about location would you like to be in the community what about near a village near a village probably rather than right in in the centre of the village reasonable size village so there's plenty of amenities like you know cricket club owner tennis tennis club would be great and remind me of your budget we can go max 7 750 okay that's not waste any time okay armed with a sizable budget of 750,000 pounds alibis would like a traditional detached property ideally built from local stone as they like to entertain it should feature a big kitchen living area for socializing and four bedrooms for when their grown-up children come to stay outside space is important for su who likes gardening and Paul needs somewhere for his classic car location-wise they'd like to be close to a thriving village we've lined up a delightful selection of Derbyshire properties to draw them back to this beautiful County but I won't be revealing the price of each house until the end of the tour the Mystery House could challenge them on location and space but in other ways and more than makes up for it how much difference is there in what you each want I'd like a character property with a bit of cozy feel to it well well as Paul quite likes lounge you are spacious and spacious and and somewhere to entertain so a nice well-appointed kitchen and either a kitchen diner or or a nice dining room we're starting our property search in the hamlet of Upper Town in the north of the county bordering the Peak District National Park the closest village for services is a Schober situated in the beautiful amber Valley and surrounded by sloping woodland it's one of darbus prettiest villages it has a long history as an industrial center with grit stone quarrying and lead mining dating back to the Roman times it's 14th century Church suffered structural damage during the skirmishes of the English Civil War the village centre provides a range of amenities including a post office convenience store and a couple of pubs house number one is just over two miles away situated in a peaceful rural hamlet and benefits from some far-reaching views across the Derbyshire countryside yeah Wow Wow was exactly the reaction I was looking for because this is what sells house no more it's everything around it yeah yeah you're well and truly in the countryside yes yes I play yeah if you buy this house you won't have to it was built in the 1960s a stone house which I know you like and it was extended ten years ago so it's quite a decent sized family home but yeah it's really nice oh it's lovely and quiet yeah big smiles already yeah lovely okay should we get in yes great reactions to the view let's hope this detached stone property lives up to expectations so there's not really a hallway with this house it's just a beautiful sunroom instead the sunny garden room leads onto a corridor and off to one side there's a sizable downstairs bathroom and to the other something that's definitely on Paul and Sue's Reidar check out this kitchen yeah all burning yeah very nice no that's nice it's space for a table as well so you can eat in here yeah what do you think about the size of it is it enough cuz I said you'd love entertaining this is just big it just big enough I would say great and rather conveniently right next door to the kitchen it's the lounge so the main lounge is here and double aspect yeah you definitely feel cozy well that's what I was thinking because you wanted coke and in a way this is both yes yes and you've got the view to the side as well oh yes not just at the front off the other end of the garden room there are two further reception rooms there's a terracotta tile dining room and a cozy snug for relaxing in or it could make an extra bedroom upstairs there are three bedrooms accessed via a well-lit landing with polished oak flooring they're all good size doubles and make a feature of the heavy oak beam that runs along the length of the property and there's plenty of space in the half tiled family bathroom for his and hers wash basins and a roll-top cast-iron bath which just leaves the master there are three bedrooms up here is the master our lovely best of the beams you've got an ensuite here as well yeah yeah so now you've seen most of the inside what do you think could you see yourselves living here yes yes I mean just we need to have a look at the outside space that's really important to me let's go outside yeah and start thinking about the price all right some reserved responses from Paul and Sue but the house has delivered the rooms they wanted the property sits in a well maintained garden lying to the front of the property is a large lawn bordered by well stocked beds to one side the raised decking takes advantage of the southerly aspect and adjacent to the driveway there's a trio of outbuildings comprising a garage for Paul's classic car a carport and workshop for all his tools so this is the garden it wraps around the side of the house so just below the decking so it's not a huge amount to maintain no so is this enough garden for you it might be a bit small well you can also rent the land there which is an option with this house if you really wanted a little bit more this wasn't enough not too far to walk the dog either yeah it's time to guess the price who'd like to go first I'll go first I think 625 I think it's a little bit less than that five nine five it was out yeah it's on the market for six hundred and seventy five thousand pounds and actually that's been recently reduced right on seven to five yeah I thought a little bit less because it's quite rural and it's three-bedroom you know you wouldn't have to do anything no no wow now that you do know the price do you have another look around and discuss it okay I'll keep an open mind yes and then I'll meet you at the front door okay lovely thank you under budget by 75,000 pounds our first house is a spacious family home built of local stone finish to a high standard with oak flooring and beams it features a large enough kitchen for entertaining and four bedrooms if you include the downstairs snug the garden is well maintained and manageable and this parking for Paul's classic car what's more the house is set in a stunning rural location I think it's a really lovely house really nicely done inside and outside the main thing for me I think is not having the fourth bedroom the three bedrooms that are done are beautiful really nicely done and the bathroom is lovely I'm just a bit concerned if we had our three children and families it's not quite big enough for us I think really this property is all about two halves and I'm loving the front half of the property looking out over those years unfortunately the back half of the property doesn't really match up to the front so is it still a contender this house I think it's on the back burner really because it feels like a bit of a downsize for us I think it's just how much were we willing to pay for a view all right we'll have a think in the meantime let's hit the road okay DeBusschere son sport rivers are a defining feature of its countryside with some being notoriously fantastic places to fish the 17th century fishing guides The Compleat angler described the laughs kill River here on the head in the state near Bakke well as the clearest stream in England with the reddest trout you'll ever see today the river is awash with both wild brown trout and rainbow trout but until recently that wasn't the case says Paul and Sue are keen to get involved in outdoor pursuits we've arranged for them to meet angler Richard Ward to find out more so the fish weren't always wild here no what happened was in the Victorian times the river had Weir's put into it to make the river wider it was a fashion he made the river look bigger than it actually was the problem with that is the fish couldn't move up and down easily the silt would fill up the pools between the layers and block the gravel so the fish could no longer spawn so Victorian said well that's alright we'll farm them and we'll put put farm fish in and that that continued for 140 years so what were the effects of having farmed fish in the river well it made it even harder for the wild fish all of a sudden there's a fresh young fish that's twice your size it's been buffed in the water next year causes shoves you out the way farmed fish stopped being introduced to the river in 2003 and the wild trout to recovered in amazing numbers in one short section of a tributary they grew from just a handful to 66 in just two years was it a difficult transition then for the wild fish to be in the river yes it was it required a lot of very hard work far from the river keepers will go downriver and out and I'll show you some of the work that's being done okay to restore the natural ecosystem and encourage the wild trout to thrive river keepers removed all the larger ways to allow them to move more freely you see this style of where the fish can pass on that easily then they focused on habitat management by reviving the riverbanks and water plants but what this was for originally it was the Victorians put them in so that they could put boards in and make we as made of wooden boards planks across the river so the first thing to do was to take out the boards yeah this has been turned to an advantage because having that willow round there can you see all those little gaps yes well there's places for a little fish to bear to dart into and hide when they're being chased either by a big fish or or by a bird like a goose and the roller corners pool and Sue are keen to catch a glimpse of the often elusive wild trout so Richard finds a quiet location along the bank and it's not long before he hooks a rainbow trout Marielle what are you writing to that end see I'm beautifully to the hadn't estates policy of rewilding its rivers which includes throwing all the court fish back into the water is now being adopted by other estates but we still need to reel in a property for Paul and Sue so it's time to get back to the house hunt for our second offering we're just outside the National Park border and travelling a short distance to the hamlet of handli under a 15-minute drive from Ashe over the town nearest to our first house handily is a stone's throw from the augstin reservoir which provides many leisure activities including sailing and trap fishing as well as supplying water for the area local amenities can be found nearby in the old coal mining town of Clay cross back in the quiet hamlet of Handley house – is surrounded by open grazing land and far-reaching views house number two as you can see is the farm convert all right yes that's lovely isn't it yeah looks very nice the original stone barn was built in the 17th century and then the current owners bought the barn with Planning Commission about 20 years ago and then did it all themselves looks big it is big yeah and what's also evident is how much more land right this property comes with does it go the big tree at the back yes so you have and then all those fields beyond right until the big tree yes and there's also the double garage that you wanted yes yes with the room on top that can be used as an extra bedroom right exactly anything you want to be yeah yeah I'll leave that between you two oh yes a lot more inside okay let's go set into in a quarter acres the l-shaped stone built barn has been sympathetically converted and since Paul and Sue enjoy entertaining family and friends I'm sure they'll be impressed with the spacious accommodation on offer inside and it straight into this music yeah very nice yeah we spend a lot of time in the kitchen so it's nice to have something of a nice size too many noises for it's alright nice is a good word so happy so far yeah yeah yeah really good stuff okay let me take you through to the dining right the kitchen leads down to a grand entrance dining hall with natural flagstone tiling that's just what I imagined we've got another Engel look after 40 years yes yeah that was lovely we really miss having that Wow would this fit both of your requirements the cozy yes lighten it yes it is cozy isn't it but it's big enough for pool as well as the rooms we've seen there are three further rooms on the ground floor in a separate wing of the property which are accessed via the kitchen plenty of scope for Paul and Sue's grown-up children when they come to stay a family room with windows on two sides has a separate spiral staircase leading to one of the bedrooms upstairs there's an additional dining room and finally a quarry tiled utility room with Belfast sink upstairs there are four bedrooms one of those is the bedroom with its own staircase there's also a bathroom and a dressing area so this entire wing can be shut off from the rest of the house the remaining bedrooms include another large double and a smaller double with exposed beams and they're serviced by an additional bathroom which just leaves the master their wardrobes know there aren't and if I were you I would use the guest bedroom right just just the other side of the bathroom there let's just have a separate area and keep this yes quite neat yes Tommy come down view as you use every bedroom in the minutes sorry all bedrooms if you want a look at the view that's the best view this is a master bedroom oh yeah and on this side you see your front garden yes and on this side God Eater know you've been trying too many cat but let me just take you to the back like you think yeah yeah you're trying to cheat fine let's go side so the house gets the thumbs up and we already know that sue is impressed with the garden at the front and the enclosed paddock in addition to the double garage and stables there's a further outbuilding which could make an excellent study or showroom for a classic car perhaps and at the rear of the barn there's more outside space a graveled courtyard with raised beds used for growing vegetables already mate allotment just for you yes that aside me building raised beds yeah yeah well you might have to move them to the other side I don't know but this would be a really nice sitting area with a nicer table and some chairs even when I give her in allotments the moon actually this is a this is where you get some of your views as well yeah so you're right it would make a lovely just a courtyard yes yeah yeah but how much is it going to cost you I'd like to think we'd got some spare cash at the end to do a few things by guess everyone would like to think it's gonna be 750 okay okay now I would go a little bit less than that 710 well the owner thankfully for you has decided to go in the middle it's now on the market for seven hundred and twenty five thousand pounds so it's doable isn't it it's good yeah I think it's probably worth all of that Jones have another look around now that you know the price will meet you on the other side okay thank you I think we may have a winner fingers crossed under budget by 25,000 pounds our second property is a characterful converted stone barn with lots of potential for entertaining it comes with a large farmhouse style dining kitchen have a spacious sitting room as well as three further reception rooms the four bedrooms offer plenty of space for visiting family and outside there's much to keep Sioux busy and Paul gets his garage Oh oh that's just an interesting room well this is almost self-contained it you could use this I thought the property from the outside looked quite surprising because you can't see the front of it until you go around the corner and then realize it's a really big barn conversion with lots of land which is just lovely it's really spectacular I think they've done a really good job as a violent convulsion I made the best of the features that were there outside plenty of space for sue to really make her mark on the garden I think it really works she can't think of anything missing from this property of their request list could this be the one could be think yeah we could do some projects here to make it our own but it's yeah it's really good nice to see two very happy people let's go and get a dragon it's the second day of our property search with married couple Paul and Sue from Maidenhead in Berkshire with a generous budget of seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds they're looking for a rural home to retire to in Derbyshire coming up the selling point of the mystery house becomes clear and I set foot in one of Derbyshire thriving heritage industries Wow I cannot tell you how excited I am to be in a boot factory or yesterday was a success especially with house number two which they both love sue was certainly enamoured but I know Paul wants to reserve judgment until he sees what we have up our sleeves with the mystery house well the mystery is all about geography and I'm hoping it'll pique their interest for our mystery house we're heading away from Paul and Sue's ideal search area our destination is the village of hate-filled on the fringes of the Peak District National Park Hae field is a picture-perfect peak district village sitting at the foot of kin discount the region's highest peak and the scene of a mass protest in 1932 which kick-started the right to roam movement once a staging post along the Pennines packhorse route much of the villages distinctive architecture dates to the Industrial Revolution when it was a prosperous center for cotton production the river set to runs through the village which is served by a number of eateries and pubs our Mystery House a mile outside hay field is the most remote offering yet and could challenge Paul and suit when it comes to space but the stunning setting just inside the Peak District National Park more than makes up for it absolutely welcome to your mystery house and the mystery is where we are we are further north than you want it to be I do buy it initially give it a salt you've got these amazing views but you're a 15-minute walk from your local village I think my initial thoughts are you know it's a lovely house it's a lovely view the big thing to think forward is is how we get the location to work the house itself inside is stunning right so let's go in okay ooh stunning our mystery property was a derelict barn until seventeen years ago when the current owners completely renovated the interior it shares access with the neighboring farmhouse at the end of the driveway but opposite the barn there's a stone outbuilding and garage which is part of the package the accommodation is spread across four levels and combines contemporary styling with rustic charm so with this entrance we come straight into the kitchen but you don't have to use this entrance you could use the lower door to the property right which would bring you down there but here's the kitchen yes lovely to work in and what's nice about this kitchen or huge double doors straight into the main part of the house okay let's go to there before we tackle the main living space on this level there are two other rooms on the lower ground floor next to the alternative entrance a sitting room or cozy snug and a smaller dining room you can see why I brought you to this corner because this is where you can fully appreciate that it used to be a farm would this be enough space for you as a lounge it's quite snug for the turbos but waiting yes and some family come there's not enough seating really let's talk about bedrooms okay the property has four bedrooms and the reason why I'm telling you that here is because you can see a lot of them from here right so this would be a guest room for you okay and it's got an ensuite shower already in there right so ready and it's got this lovely balcony you could seem to see from the other two bedrooms are just there and there and there's a bathroom that they share right of these two bedrooms one is a double making a feature of the exposed stone and the other is a single with oak beams the half tiled family bathroom has to feature keyhole windows and more exposed stonework that just leaves Paul and Sue's master which is at the top of the stairs of an upper landing so the master is on the second floor right which gives you that extra level of privacy on Suites okay and for you to a walk-in wardrobe right because you're too tall your clothes will have to be somewhere else yeah because you're probably not gonna need a lot of space we're in the loft really yeah that's right I'm surprised a little surprised this rooms not bigger for the size of the barn from the outside it's all about the flow and the flow of the rooms and how do they work together I think there's a few things in here where the flow doesn't quite work well let's go outside I'll show you the options that you have even though Paul and Sue seemed smitten by the setting I think they're struggling with the mystery properties quirky layout the outside space could challenge them too Paul gets his garage which is housed in the outbuilding just across the driveway from the barn which also includes a utility room but the garden is smaller than our previous properties and comprises an informal lawn space so I've brought you up here because this is where you get a full appreciation of the house and the land that it sits in it's all of this so it goes to this first post here yeah and the dry stone wall right so the whole path is yours yeah but it's a public pass yeah even this bit is yours yeah so I was kind of thinking could you do a vegetable patch yeah this is a brother dairy hit all the little yeah right so let's talk money oh okay I'm going to plump for 6:15 let's go for Hope over expectation I think 675 I like your optimism yes that's not going to buy you this house right it's on the market for the top of your budget seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds yeah you will always pay a hefty premium for being inside the National oh yes anyway now that you know the price have another look around discuss it amongst yourselves okay and then I'll meet you the front okay thank you very much bang on budget our mystery bamboo version challenges Paul and Sue with an unconventional layout but suits them for many levels laid out over four floors it fuses contemporary design with original features the highlight is a full height vaulted living room off which have four distinctive bedrooms outside there's an outbuilding for Paul's car and although the garden might be a bit small for Sue she'd be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the Peak District I think the inside of the property is a little bit smaller than I was expecting room wise the kitchen and the lounge although they flow through together as nice but each of those are just a bit a little bit small and it's quite a walk up the stairs to the master bedroom the views are stunning but I don't think I'd be willing to pay the premium for being in the park I don't think Sue and I are on the same page with this property I could see myself living here for the views and we don't spend a lot of time in the house anyway but I think sue will feel as hemmed in so is it worth paying a premium to be inside the National Park for me yes if it's the right property so me I'd be just as happy outside the park well we've seen three lovely properties it's the end of our search I'd love to know your thoughts let's get a cup of tea delicious dramatic peak districts is made up of a limestone upland plateau known as the high peak and the white peak the lower valleys where the grayish rock is more exposed since Roman times limestone has been quarried here for building and to produce lime and lead but it really took off in the 19th century during the industrial revolution the local workforce needed sturdy Footwear and the number of boot makers sprung up in villages such as Middleton stony today just one company from that era remains William Lenin and Co was established in 1899 and is the sole surviving heavy-duty boot maker in the UK still using traditional methods it's very much a family business and I've come to meet Lib Slattery the great-granddaughter of the company's founder I live Wow I cannot tell you how excited I am to be in a boot factory and this is your life isn't it this is my life and four generations before as a family yes boot making has that been throughout the county of Derbyshire is it just in this area predominantly around here because we're a limestone area so in the days of the quarrying boot repairs were necessary and little cottage industries set up and we continued from there on what makes your boots those so unique uniqueness of our boots is to do with that machine in the corner there are only two in the world that we know are working the other one is in New Zealand and it attaches the soles of the boots to the uppers using brass screwing wire in a certain way that nobody else can so this is where they end up this is where the yes there on the latter stages of their production in here would you like to see where they start of course from just three antique shoe shape lasts on models the company's skilled employees can create up to fifteen different styles of leather shoe and boot using machines over a hundred years old boot making is a labor-intensive traditional manufacturing process without the aid of modern technology everything is done by eye and the whole process can take four days start to finish so this that's right we're up on the top floor or as we know it the closing room where the rolls have leather come in and they leave here looking a little bit like a boobs so how do you start to making a bit okay three processes in here we've got Phil he uses all these knives collects the right patterns and cuts them out of leather with his clicking press like a cookie cutter but a little bit like a glorious yeah bit more heavy yeah there you go then the leather because of the thickness of the leather and it has to be prepared to be stitched or closed as it's called so Lou operates what's called the skiving machine to thin the leather down ready for sewing finally packed uses various sewing machines to close the opera or stitch it all together and by the time those presses have happened the boot or should I say upper looks like that the upper is then taken downstairs where another machine is used to shape it into the form of a boot before the brass screw wire machine fires lengths of twisted wire metal into the sole fusing the layers together so you're finished boots a good old-fashioned working boot yeah absolutely it's like a work of art over the years the design of the work boots has changed little but a recent addition to the range is the vintage cycle shoe becoming more and more popular it's this vintage retro look and we have to have the shoes to match and they are all leather cycle shoes but they're made on our wide fitting lust for English wide feet do we have wider feet we do in general have wider feet thank you so much for showing me around you're brilliant you're more than welcome what a fantastic family business with the firm's boots featuring in popular TV dramas and being warned by mountain explorers it's good to see that traditional boot making is alive and kicking I think it's clear from our property search with soot and pool the house number two is the only one still in the running but just how serious are they about it time to find out I don't think we need to talk about house 1 in the Mystery House house – do you still feel as enthusiastic about it yes definitely yes it's that house tick nearly all the boxes of things that we wanted we just need to go and have a look round a little bit more do a little bit more research of the area and see if the sort of fill acidities that we want are available Paul I think it's the other thing for me is it had the potential that there are things that we would like to do in this room to do that one of the things we will have to have a think about in it is there are more things there than we actually need and the the room over the garage is an extra and and the outside office come flatten it we don't really need but generally more is better than less hmm if you like the area is it a house that you'd put an offer in on soon yes I think it is we need to sell our house but we're hoping to get on with that quite quickly and then once that happens then we'd be looking to make an offer how much in your heads have you moved in already or are you quite cautious as a couple well we are quite cautious because we've bought and sold before so it's never a done deal really into the exchange contract so I I am naturally cautious about getting my hopes up to be dashed down so I keep cautious until we're at the contract stage well I'm so glad you found a property that you liked fingers crossed you liked the area and perhaps the next time we hear from you you may have already moved in yes so please keep me updated on the progress okay okay good luck thank you thank you very much thank you this search is a big deal for Paul and Sue moving to Derbyshire will be them coming back home they entered this search hoping to just hone down on what was important to them when it came to finding a retirement property I'm so pleased we were able to help with that and find them somewhere that they both absolutely loved let's hope they'll be calling this stunning County home very soon see you next time on escape to the country cool and Sue's interest in our second house continues as they wait for their Maidenhead home to sell if you'd like to escape to the country in England Wales Scotland or Northern Ireland

Durham police ID man found stabbed to death in hotel room

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David Kelly, 31, was found dead in a hotel room.


Living on a 4 Season Houseboat – Beautiful Floating Tiny House!

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In this video, we meet Bonnie from Wakefield, Québec, Canada who is living on a gorgeous tiny house boat that is full of character and charm. The River Den (or La Tannière) has custom-made asymmetrical windows, a classic ship’s wheel, antique fireplace, and hand-built furniture — all of which give the boat a warm and cozy feel that makes you feel at home as soon as you step on board. The boat is docked on the shore of the Gatineau River and Bonnie lives in it as often as she can when she’s not renting it out on Airbnb (

The tiny houseboat was designed by Bonnie and her boatbuilding friend, Denis Tremblay, who is known locally as the Wakefield Pirate. Denis and a few of his friends built the boat by hand, including the aluminum frame and the custom windows, the cabinets, and the grill floor in the loft.

The boat is built on 5 pontoons that are designed to provide flotation while still taking on some water to keep the boat weighed down in the water for stability. The pontoons are also designed to freeze in the ice and are made by a local company called Les Quais Navigables (

It’s a 4-season house boat that is fully insulated and has an antique wood burning fireplace to provide heat in winter. For power, they installed a deep cycle marine battery that provides 12-Volt power for the lights, bilge pump, and navigation lights. They have a Separett composting toilet from Sweden ( and a sink that pumps water from the river for washing dishes. For refrigeration, Bonnie uses a cooler with ice, but she might invest in some solar panels so that she can power a proper fridge eventually.

The main floor has a kitchen, toilet, dining room and living room, and upstairs there is cozy a sleeping loft with a grill floor that allows heat to rise through the floor, and sun & dust to travel down to the main level. One of the windows in the loft opens up onto a gorgeous rooftop patio with a cedar deck and has space for some solar panels if/when Bonnie decides she needs them.

The boat has a gas motor and can be taken out on the river which is quite impressive considering it’s size! To make sure the boat was still road worthy, they built a wedge roof over the loft that can be taken apart if Bonnie wants to transport it to a different location. The boat is currently docked in the quaint little town of Wakefield, Québec where there are cute cafes, restaurants and shops right across the street.

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I always had this dream about playing on the river as an adult and my dad is a log driver and my grandfather's were log drivers and my great uncles and so they worked on this river and so it's kind of in my blood so I was looking up buying a home and then I was thinking of building a tiny house and I wasn't sure if I was gonna be living around here for a long time so I thought okay tiny house yeah I can move it and then at the time my friend it was the boat builder we were always hanging out in his boats and he just encouraged me to build a tiny house boat so I was really impulsive I said okay fine let's do it and like a few days later I bought the pontoon so welcome to the river den we're in Wakefield Quebec and this is the gatineau River come on board all the lights are run on 12 volts and I just basically have a deep cycle boat battery in here and it usually lasts around a month have a little bubble pump a built pump and it just draws river water and the river water is really clean it's not drinking water but it's really nice and clean to do dishes with and to brush your teeth and stuff and then under here is where the pump is just a small little pump hundred dollars yeah everything was custom built all the cabinets and the windows were even not built we just bought the big laughs and it's double pane with argon and we built the frames this is just a little butane burner in the winter time when I have the fire going sometimes I make toast right on here you can take the top right off and put a frying pan or a pot to boil water or just warm up food it works really fast and really well and I just use the botom to make coffee there's no refrigeration system yet and that probably would be the thing that pushes me over the edge to get solar yeah I just use a cooler with ice for now here are the switches for all the utilities right now so there's the the pump and these are navigation lights for the boat it is a boat that moves and there's a 60 horsepower motor on the back over here is an extra storage area and the shower this is a bathroom we recently invested in the separate and this is a composting toilet and it's a waterless toilet so it separates the liquids from the solids and it has a really quiet 12 volt pump and it's great because you can't hear it and it it dries out the solids really quickly and turns it into compost and there's no order whatsoever over here we have a deck in the back with the gas motor and this is storage for the gas tanks and the anchors this is a grill floor and it's a great feature for the wintertime because the heat rises through the floor and also the dirt falls to the first level so on the loft upstairs it's only about five feet high and you don't have to crouch down and do any kind of like sweeping or cleaning because the dust just falls through the floor we call this Latanya which means the Wolf Den this is a regular queen sized bed and just some storage shelves these are old crates some extra blankets and stuff and then out here is a little door to go on the rooftop patio come on up so this is the rooftop patio this wood is cedar and I was thinking about extending the deck and having some railings over here we had left this space originally for the solar panels to fit so we'll see we'll see what happens with that so there's a really interesting feature about the roof of this boat when we are designing it I was really pushing the limits to have it as big as I could and still be able to drive it on the road we got around it by making this wedge piece that so this roof actually lifts up I'm not going to hurt my back and show you but it does lift up so whenever we want to move it on the road take the boat out of the water this window comes out and then this gets pulled onto the roof and just screwed down in place and then this comes right down to here so then it's 13 feet high the base was made with four 30-foot pontoons now they're not regular pontoons they're built with ABS and inside there's foam and there's a bit of space between it so actually water comes into the pontoons to hold it down into the water so that it's really steady and right before the project was finished before it left the yard like a week before it was done we decided to buy one more pontoon and both it up so now it's on five pontoons and it has 20,000 pounds of flotation and the pontoons are built to freeze in the ice then there was an aluminum base built and we had to go with aluminum because we couldn't risk the boat shifting at all with this the change of temperature and then it's a wood frame so this houseboat was built starting last August and the project was completed in November Denis Tremblay is the name of the boat builder and he's known around this town as the Wakefield pirate when I decided to build this I figured it was a great investment because I could rent it out by the night on Airbnb it's such a treat to be able to let people experience this kind of living when I'm not renting it this houseboat I live on it it's great to wake up on the water and just jump in the river first thing in the morning and it's a really peaceful way to live

Inverness, Wick & Aberdeen connected: UK & Ireland map Transport Fever play through #12

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Transport Fever play through on the UK & Ireland map.

Today we finish our passenger connections in Scotland.

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welcome back to transport filled me the unknown you join me in dundee and what you're looking at is an empty station there's not enough services I've been Scotland right now so that's what we're gonna work on today here we are going to connect Aberdeen Inverness wick and Edinburgh Glasgow Edwards down here yes I was cause good geography so let's get going first thing as normal we are gonna add a station ed to do how close can we get do we need four platforms no we really don't so actually looking at I don't know so if we were to put it there I reckon yeah not the road out that's a better chance we're taking there that's it that works too bad I train so it's actually coming in to Dundee wow that's we're gonna watch this it's not that you see we often hello train services Dundee 30/30 I think we need to upgrade those trains so something wrong with that line cuz no one ever gets off there's the scenic bit they like yeah that's it they just like everything being very scenic look at this down below – wait before we won't like that by that then we try to do something like this and try to do some like this huh like this configuration really use us more yeah we could do you know that no we're not going to do that that invites problems later on so we're Inverness types I'll spend into five tenets early despond you what to do we have this line going from Glasgow we could just make it go straight up or we could make it go around and have a side to the old line going up here very difficult to know what to do Inverness is so small we don't really need a massive station here things we do have here which we've got start using once we get this lines up hold em about the or to really discuss start maybe this coal here would be a good price well I don't know if there's enough waiting area anyway back to our current little escapade I think we're gonna have a station go across here yes I think it's gonna go round knowing that she connects to the other stationary have I idea let's delete that bit oh yeah they mean to do that colleges now it's not too bad actually is look worse amigo we are gonna have another road in here Oh bass costly there's not so costly yeah that's better I know it's not connected yet now saving yeah I should bring over here beside so now we got to get this from up here maybe I should make a for this one or three maybe it's a terminating station ah maybe I should have made this Center a four or three and it's a terminated station can we do that yeah we can so we're gonna do it face is gonna work there there to come in this way into the middle out that way doesn't affect anything else now do we want this mates three or two if we're gonna go up this way we could make it four I'm trying to think do we need it into a for it's the cost 300 let's make into a 4 otherwise I have to start working things out and I'm not very good at working things out not the prettiest but it will do befit me yet I thought I couldn't complain I thought was a main route or something it wasn't I was wrong this is all life is that site look why does creates its own site then I'm thinking if I go a little bit slower then hopefully around the rest of its gonna go to faster and it does oh yeah why they are this is a big line I think it's well worth it yeah we put a little termination terminating station here we need 122 I figure from here it still does it me I thought I did wait Spence if I go there though what's the cost there 470 just don't think it's worth it yes I know it's still not connected I won't be catching them out why is it cost so much money that's better yeah well connect 260 let's give it road over here yes let's do it like that shall we cuz that's perfectly fine like you have to why I see I guess what lady yes we have a sort of little lip there there and we not fantastic we're gonna cut another time I think that's it it's done it let's pick the correct type of road back tracks little X would be nice I say that game game and little X would be nice thank you you can see how quiet we'll see how quiet is of yeah I think here can't choir is up here this is nothing up here alone maybe I should obtain as well we can actually use this two ways it's Terminator yeah as a terminated station maybe I should actually put the road in now saving saving saving yes after a small space then where make up a big road not the best try to do that so I don't take every house out good it's the coverage where he wants anyway back to signals that person in this size well that's not too bad is it so how are we gonna do this we can now have a new circle I came around here intent to another platform in here so we can do a terminating service here it's that same as well just under a moment ago with the one in the middle and when we carry this right here well I think that's perfect for gnashing I think it's perfect merrily see told you there yes so the nests you are gonna be an important station hmm excuse me so this line will come up here and turn right in middle here and this one will come up here and terminate in middle here hopefully not at the same time we might have to do is put some an extra long bit here sort of a parking area for the middle of line they just in case memory is signal as well come on sit just that one isn't it it is that one yes space have we got there not a lot really I make yeah so I'm gonna regret that later I think we have to meet these points down here I suspect they are we do need now somewhere to actually send the trains from else down there the boat is now okay let's extend the lines first so it's a red one Glasgow Sheffield so the mountainous goes to there so it's goes to upper Glasgow there that's it so all we doing it was one more stop really no you should go in the middle you do go in the middle uh-huh so he's no longer Glasgow is in Venice Sheffield yep now what's the line over here it's orange my farm one I know that Sheffield Dundee yeah so now we have two West Dundy there yep so we now have to add in Aberdeen yeah yeah then that's interesting what's to do that we're not going to do it yet that's there that's gone to the middle just like we want it to as well good so Sheffield to Inverness vibra now technically everywhere often this station is now connected it's got another line in here I think women it built we're still not gonna add this circle lining yet I don't think okay so that's gonna need line up so this is gonna be from wick sue Aberdeen nice dark already crimson is it Conan yes let's go for that if I make this one way most room with it then you know not put the X in think I did I did with the accent aha there you go far better weekend at some point it's add another little triangle bit here so go down that line as well depends how built up it gets now I do think we should have a little spur here relieve itself there then we can put depo in so how close we can get it nice so close there hopefully that will still still didn't take it nice today a little bit more back saving again you press the bun that's better and signal it and we will double slip it now we don't need no that's what we will do for that we don't need an amazing how much it's a straight one two three – yeah we don't need to massive train here yet one two three four five six seven I do so a set line that's the wick isn't it yeah now we need to look at this station I mean this seven eight nine something roll this this line here ten that's 11 twelve and six I still understand why they ride all the way up there I did think this can be lit is maybe I've missed our station here but I can't see that that's the case right what vehicles we got on here we're gonna go one train at the moment it's taught to be as much as 25 that makes that one yes whispers that have been replaced five six seven eight said makes it 18 opacity to replace that now now how far down do we go you know it's just Sheffield so perfect place so another trade on on there one two three four five six seven eight nine ten and you are going on not neither of those Sheffield to Inverness we've got 56 all your waiting on the 68th I'm very tempted to put another trailer on there she Biden board for a minute just a movement similar we haven't have done this for a while it's living prophets London is Sheffield half a million farm processor 400 now we've got stuff on the table here we really should be putting more water there in Vanessa Sheffield hundreds and then we go to the smallness our biggest loss is the brand new line at the bottom is half a million again the Bourbon of Falmouth is our second newest train so a Lisa nearly a million then we hunters title lots of money here John Bosley okay with it Allah opens there were 41 and 80 this train is needed train [Applause] so so a quick look at the farm again we have a tea there I think I'd be silly not to put that strain on here where is the other trained in comparison she's coming back oh it isn't me we can only take 56 it's good these drop bread coming back there ooh so he takes four at the moment I could take eight to four nine two one two five Lenox peas – 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 set line farm what do they look like very good the way the other farm trainer using as well otherwise small missus a one two three four five six seven eight nine ten Rison one two three four five six seven eight nine ten much bigger capacity so nice yeah one two three four five six seven eight nine ten nice now is gonna cost 3 million where's our other train one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve eight fourteen fourteen and a so 656 so I think that's it's a short reign it takes more 88 yo D 21 ask me yes commit money the only question is is the White and can I get speed 61 a 96 that's our train not as good as I'd like ask you when it was a profit like some profit that's what we want so we go here 44 19-7 wait – 27 28 by this one 30 to 39 so you are the Sheffield you were 80 on you finally up a man chest that must be that way what is that what's that station he car so still 11 so there was 91 waiting as I it's too too slow can't keep up with it by if you got there 13:29 it's a 39 anything waiting three and two did you actually take anything no your anything waiting three two and two just trains on the way back got four mmm okay four sort of next time we have to start thinking industry again now that's some thoughts about Birmingham here look at that oil maybe we should fix that now what we got three 343 um crikey why is it stopped you're very early on for stopping don't stop you k-50 a time so what could we replace it with would have to be that obviously that's the only train the garden there must be that we've got okay so I've got to yeah that's that one the weight is one half ton more at least only 40 50 sous-sous it mate and Kostas 44 go 60 rows you can go 50 after this remember it would mean more you know 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 3.89 well that's our running money gone from the moment he's a good seller trains running now there's your board tweeters building up making a massive force earlier it's still gonna make a massive loss but it's less of a loss so what we're saying here I in between sessions ought to mention this I built this lovely road I would see if this reach into here and as you can see it does I think what ultimately what I want to do look Road in here or track in here straight coaster here or round here and then we can have this what we're basically just delete the whole of this and they have another one coming out to here the idea is then if we do that I'd like to run everything through the actual lines but I don't think me possible really then we can have lists coming out this way or going down here but I think that's that's far better even coming out this way around that's not bad idea yeah if you weren't round like that it's slightly it's obviously takes longer than going across well it just means one run in then so we want to start using this hub basically okay I filled enough time it should be in in a second don't stop so it looks like I quite like that I always forget what these early trains and look like I've used this quite a few times what's your power rating your 96 on board or six miles now they're making money is good what a speech opens now I think we are gonna need another train on here our profits going up at all under chef would 673 the farms only made 139 this time our loss is a lot less now these two 277 303 304 and 355 19 20 miles now getting faster what's the top speed 2:28 I always forget I can't remember these things 28 we've made its way to I'm actually quite happy we're gonna build this into much better Junction um I have a good idea we're going to do this now once we move this up to here as well we can bypasses entirely enough just different lines going out to it there isn't a platform 14 click I think this is a good place to leave it we don't wallow in today with bear finish off Scotland well the passenger side of it we've upgraded a few trains and I think we've we've set it so the profits can be higher that's what you want so we've bled from the trains off so I think that's it for today well thank you very much for watching if you'd like to press press like if you'd like to see more please subscribe and if you'd like to be told when there I do upload something and press a little bet I con into a ding every time there might go something well once again thanks a lot I'll see you next time cheers guys bye bye

LIVERPOOL – Sydney Australia | LIVERPOOL City – Walking Tour 2019

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Walking around Liverpool city centre, Sydney Australia. Liverpool City Centre walking tour 2019.

Liverpool is a suburb of Greater Western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 27 kilometres (17 mi) south-west of the Sydney CBD.

Liverpool is currently the major city centre in South Western Sydney. The city centre has a Hoddle Grid layout with many little laneways and arcades, similar to that of Melbourne. The main strip is Macquarie Street which contains numerous small cafes. In recent times the extension of the Westfield shopping centre has seen many new fashion stores come in. The Central Business District is being touted as Sydney’s Third CBD centred around the Western Sydney Airport and aerotropolis. The CBD was rezoned for mixed use in 2018 to allow for more homes, offices and shops.

The main shopping area is centred on Macquarie Street, with Westfield Liverpool, a major shopping centre at the northern end. Liverpool Plaza is located between Macquarie Mall & Northumberland Street. The northern end of the city has been zoned for high density residential apartments. The southern end of the city is zoned for high density commercial developments. Liverpool has a large teaching hospital, two technical colleges and many shopping centres and office buildings. The private hospital operator Healthscope owns the Sydney Southwest Private Hospital in Liverpool.

Liverpool is well served by roads such as the Hume Highway (also known as Liverpool Road), the M5 motorway, the Westlink M7 motorway.

Liverpool railway station has services to the Sydney CBD, Leppington, Parramatta and Schofields. The Liverpool to Parramatta transitway provides a bus-only route for buses.

According to the 2016 census conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Liverpool had a population of 27,084. These came from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds; less than one-third (31.1%) of residents were born in Australia. The next most common countries of birth were Lebanon (10.9%), India (6.4%), Fiji (2.9%), Vietnam (2.5%) and Croatia (2.4%). The most popular ethnic responses were Indian (8.4%), Australian (7.9%), English (7.0%), Iraqi (6.5%) and Serbian (6.3%).

22.2% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Arabic 18.1%, Serbian 7.4%, Hindi 3.9%, Vietnamese 3.5% and Spanish 2.2%.

Liverpool is remarkable for the high proportion of people who reported following some religion in the Census; only 8.8% stated that they had no religion, much lower than the national average of 22.3%. However, it should also be noted that this Census question is optional and 14.9% of residents did not respond to it, which introduces some uncertainty into all the religious figures. The most common responses for religion were Catholic 17.3, Islam 14.8% and “Miscellaneous Religions” 8.9%.

The age distribution is just a little younger than the rest of the country: the median age of Liverpool residents was 34 years (national median is 37). Children aged 0–14 years made up 21.0% of the population (19.3% nationally) and people aged 65 years and over made up 11.9%% of the population (14.0% nationally).

Over half (57.8%) the dwellings in Liverpool were apartments and 55.9% were being rented, which is significantly higher than the national average of 29.6%.

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Chaga Hunting – How to find it and what to look for

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Inonotus obliquus, commonly known as chaga mushroom (a Latinisation of the Russian term ‘чага’), is a fungus in the family Hymenochaetaceae. It is parasitic on birch and other trees. The sterile conk is irregularly formed and has the appearance of burnt charcoal. It is not the fruiting body of the fungus, but a sclerotia or mass of mycelium, mostly black because of the presence of massive amounts of melanin. The fertile fruiting body can be found very rarely as a resupinate (crustose) fungus on or near the clinker, usually appearing after the host tree is dead. I. obliquus grows in birch forests of Russia, Korea, Eastern and Northern Europe, northern areas of the United States, Alaska, in the North Carolina mountains and in Canada.

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hi guys David handle tracker channel hey we'll do an out there today some real cheap fun I'm going to be going on a checker hunt and that don't work out I'm going to keep my eyes open for fat word loss Jagger Jagger is known as the gold of the woods it's a medicinal fungus that grows on the birch tree it's also very good for making in their fires sustain the ember and can be used in friction fire but not when it's damp which normally always is when you pick it off the tree fresh so I'm looking for birch trees I'll see a growth over there I'm gonna make my over there have a good look looking for chuggers very simple you find a birch tree you look at it and if you see it you found Chagga I'll come on collecting back axe saw cut the noise let's get to work try gout grows on birch trees and because chago is a slow growing fungus you're more likely to find it on an older birch tree that I knew it but actually even younger birch trees can have it growing on it there's no real rhyme or reason there you're more likely get on the older birch trees another little tip is you want to look out for gnarly looking bent over like damaged almost what I'm looking bird Street offer just my experience that they tend to often contain the sugar a lot more times than just a straight up and down healthy-looking birch tree so got a few beyond me simple procedure you just get out in the woods look at the birch trees if you see a big black gnarly thing on it it's probably a checker so the best Chang at a medicinal chugger I've been led to believe I'm not a doctor so the medicinal properties of jagger you have to research do your own research on but apparently it's very good for diabetes general well-being and asthma and stuff about chronic diseases there's some active ingredient sugar which could really improve your health this is a very early stage Jagger before that all begins it's not harvestable in I guess several years it will be harvestable it's recognized by what I like to call this tobacco staining is like a heavy smokers fingers you get this brown tobacco pipes painting down the tree and actually the start of the chugger is a soft flaky you see this black-ish brownish crust which starts to form and it often forms on a wound on the tree you see this small branch is broken off sometime in the past which is created a small wound which is the neighborhood the Chagga spores to enter the the birch tree and then start the grow so eventually this will become a harvestable jagger just at the moment this is an early stage checker which I think it's interesting to show you can see to be able to recognize it if you're not already familiar with this so telltale tobacco staining the flaky brownish irregular surface often focused on a wound in the tree here we got an old granddaddy birch and about half way up at the top of the flame is a tiger it's about on the flea a full pound tagging out there to life meet again we've seen a baby tiger we've seen a granddaddy Chagga on a granddaddy birch tree got to keep looking I did find a small example the Chagin it was harvested in soon after tea in this large checker on this old tree is a much smaller example but it was harvested got so excited I forgot to turn the mic on here's another angle of it and you can see how it sticks out is very now actually this one they come in all different shapes if you can see it's like and now sticks out like a fin from the tree so you got a black crusty bit I'll just bring the camera around it and you can see out is very orange on this side it's the back side of it from where we started off and you can see the orange or the inner layer current contrasting with a black across the outer layer now we're going to count it off scan or thousand damage the tree in any way whatsoever you just want to get you nice or small acts get this close to the bark of the tree as you can get it under it and it comes off simple as that so here we go with the gold of the woods you see this is a bit that we just attach the tree and this is like orange it's just quite sponging and when you're getting off the tree there's full of water this is probably weighs a couple of hundred grams just now but when this dries out it will be much lighter so you can see this is like a Corky spongy parts in a bit in this inner part this is the part that's best for your fire making it's this outer part this black crusty layer so you can see the division goes just about there this is what you call your in all energy part which is your black plastic part the black crusty part is the most medicinal part this is the best bit for making the tea getting the goodness out of it you can't use all of it for making the tea but this crusty bit out here it's not good for starting fires with you want a spongy orange a bit for making your fire alright I'm going to keep looking normally when you find one you find another one quite quickly I've been searching for a good couple of hours and I was just about to give up when I saw this tree stump I look down underneath the blackened with this large checker or medium size we sailed on a big enough too much and there it was great I really give it up hope for the day and I found this this really subside checker which made the whole day worthwhile now these larger one you can try getting with the knife you can but it's a Dupree are tough job getting off a Segway like this with a knife so really you want to go through your axe what I find is if you give it as a brisk shot from the top and it comes very loose and it just falls off and then you're good to go it just falls off like that after a couple of just loves react an Asian see this one is really golden all ng Chagin and driving see the outside you've got this like novel like drive love like frustration the black stuff and if the black stuff which is actually this is tough the medical stuff and it's the OMG spongy part looking at here this spongy part this is what sister sighing sighs and this is a like coffee and it is in this plane you first full of the trees but a lot moisture wait a second Chambliss over never fear yeah the gold of this is a total harvest just a big piece off the tree stump and that's a smaller piece for golf the span entry little tip is when this dries at the moment it's full of moisture so it's heavy you can feel the dampness in it this dries out when it dries out if the obviously much lighter and you can use it for the Firestone methodology but when it does dry it becomes hard as a stone and very difficult cut up you can cook you basically just to crush it up once it's dried so if you want it in smaller chunks from this what you want to do is when it's still fresh is to cut it up and then it's actually quite easy to cut up I'm going to take cut this one down so I've got the good tea making bit on that side and the fire making bit on that side and actually I think I've cut that down a little time so it's just personal preference if you want big chunks or small chunks just to cut it up when it's wish and it's easy to cut out then next time enjoy the fruits of the labor I'll get some water one boiling all make some charity so this is just straight-up water so I just take a few chunks of check I've already put some in this is just an extra bit I didn't film it you just put it in and you just let it boil up charcoal is in that common if you look it up on Wikipedia things like that it says it I can't remember this or I've seen a few different things written down by which ones accurately says checker grows on wine and 5,000 Birds trees forgive me if I've read one and 15,000 I think that must mean all the first reading the entire planet because check only grows at a certain northern latitude so if you're too far self you won't find it but at least in my area of Sweden in the Stockholm region of Sweden I'm guessing maybe I find it in on one in every 50 trees one maybe 75 one every hundred I mean honestly I've never actually Canada me trees a loser so I'm just given a ballpark number it's definitely not the fouls I was out to collect this checker and I found that one very decent sized checker they met smaller retreat Jagger and welding that more watch on a little bit of time I'll figure I was out for couple of hours maybe up to 50 hundred trees so there you go your mileage may vary as I say but adjusted my wears it's called thing I've got my pot hanging on a cut the end off to make it easier to get off and on while I was off-camera and lowered the pot try football still boy I'm gonna let it boil for a good long time let all the juices all the goodness come out at Jagger and now I'm going to decant it off because you know you don't all the bits you don't be drinking the pitchers just wanna be drinking the juice so then you can you can off carefully into a cup in the just drinking like regular tea it is then guys we just chopped it up a little bit you just get a brownish you're going to see in this glammed up it just it turns out like a light brownish tea that's all it is what does it say stop let me see if I can describe the taste of the sugar kind of got like a vanilla wheat ice it's not a doesn't taste bad at all it doesn't taste strong doesn't have for me I haven't got a strong case it's got like a vanilla II outdoorsy not an earthy taste sweet vanilla subtly sweet vanilla taste alright guys thanks for joining me on this little check a hand and chaga tea brew up hope you found it enjoyable it was good few hours out there walking around my fault is going to be not so successful it's just going to end up that little one they just wore at the last minute then when I was actually given up I found that big one on that tree stump which made it worthwhile thanks for watching take care out there and I'll see you next time for

Scotland. A Spirit of its own: Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology

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Powys is a principal area, local-government county and preserved county in Mid Wales. It is named after the successor Kingdom of Powys, which formed after the Romans withdrew from Britain.

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powers as a principal area local government county and preserved county in mid-wales it is named after the successor kingdom of Powys which formed after the Romans withdrew from Britain geography see the list of places in Powys for all towns and villages in powis powis covers the historic counties of montgomeryshire and rodney sure most of breck moksha and a small part of denbighshire a euro an area of 5,000 179 kumar squared making it the largest county in wales by land area it is bounded to the north by Gwynedd denbighshire and Wrexham to the west by syra diggin and carmarthenshire to the east by Shropshire and herefordshire and to the south by rhondda cynon TAF murthy tide fill carefully Blaine al gwent monmouthshire and neath port talbot most of powis is mountainous with north-south transport being difficult the majority of the powers population lives in villages and small towns the largest towns a new town I Strad gain lay brecon and welshpool with populations of 12,000 783 9004 7901 and 6260 9 respectively powis has the lowest population density of all the principal areas of Wales just under a third of the residents have Welsh linguistic skills Welsh speakers are concentrated mainly in the rural areas both in and around Machynlleth lan Fallon and Lenore Edwin watch nant in montgomeryshire and the industrial area of ice dragon lay in the extreme southwest of brecknock sure radney sure was almost completely anglicized by the end of the 18th century the 2001 census records show twenty-one percent of the population of powers were able to speak welsh at that time the same as for Wales as a whole history the county is named after the ancient welsh kingdom of powis which in the 6th century AD included the northern two-thirds of the area as well as most of Shropshire and adjacent areas now in England and came to an end when it was occupied by llywelyn AP gruffudd of Gwynedd during the 12 the uplands retain evidence of occupation from long before the kingdom of Powys and before the Romans who built roads and forts across the area there are 11 30 identified burial mounds within the county of varying styles and ages dating from 4000 BC to 1000 BC most of them belonging to the Bronze Age of these 339 are scheduled monuments standing stones most again dating to the Bronze Age also occur in large numbers 276 being found across the county of which 92 are scheduled from the Iron Age the county has 90 scheduled hill forts and a further 54 enclosures and settlement sites heraldry the gold in the county coat of arms symbolizes the wealth of the area Black is for both mining and the Black Mountains the fountain is a medieval heraldic charge displayed as a roundel berry wavy argent and Azure it represents water and refers to both the water catchment area and the rivers and lakes thus the arms contain references to the hills and mountains rivers and lakes water supply and Industry the crest continues the coloring of the arms a tower has been used in preference to a mural crown which alludes to the county's military history and remains from the tower rises a red kite a bird almost extinct elsewhere in Britain but thriving here the bird is semi of black lozenges for the former coal mining industry while the Golden Fleece it carries is a reference to the importance of sheep rearing empowers the county motto is powis the paradise of wales government powis was originally created on april first 1974 under the local government act 1972 and originally had montgomery and Radner and brecknock as districts under it which were based directly on the former administrative counties on april first 1996 the districts were abolished and powis was reconstituted as a unitary authority with a minor border adjustment in the northeast the First Lord Lieutenant of powis was previously the Lord Lieutenant of Montgomery sure the Lord Lieutenant of brecknock sure and Lord Lieutenant of radnor sure were appointed as left tenants the present Lord Lieutenant is the honorable mrs. Elizabeth Shaw sent n Legba calvillo of Creek owl in december two thousand seven powers was awarded fairtrade county status by the fairtrade foundation quality of life recent research suggests that powis is the happiest place in the UK however even the researchers said the numbers were not statistically significant places of interest main railway lines cambrian line heart of wales line heritage railway lines welshpool and landfair light railway Brik and mountain railway see also list of Lord lieutenant's of powis list of high sheriff's of powis list of schools in Powys Wales Rally GB references external links powers at da mozi powys county council official site powys heritage tourism in powis coleg powis Cloyd powis archaeological trust reducing the area's carbon footprint recycling and composting empower

Mark Bresland interview, ASPE Chapter 32 Kansas City Estimators

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I went to a Mosque… Look what I saw!

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in the name of Allah the most beneficent the most merciful assalamu alaikom peace be on to you this is a great opportunity for people of all faiths and traditions to come inside the mosque know and learn what a mosque is all about what type of worship muslims do what are their activities muslims engaging in a mosque setting the beautiful architecture of mosques how people pray how they are preached and so on and so forth this is a great opportunity for people in america to know firsthand from Muslims about Muslims about Islam and as well about what mosques are all about so we're here at the Islamic Institute of Orange County on open mosque day and we've had a lot of people coming in since the morning and now we're in the afternoon different groups people from different backgrounds different churches coming in and asking different questions about Islam enjoying some food checking out the the presentations getting a tour of the mosque has been pretty interesting up until now I'm here with a group from Chapman University to UM we are in an interfaith project learning about Islam and how they compare and contrast with other religions um I did have a preconceived notion about Islam I'm in an intro to Islam class by dr. Siddiqui I've learned a lot about Islam what I didn't know before although I've observed it often from the outside I lived in fortune refugee camps for nine years in Thailand and up near the border with Cambodia they were there was a Muslim community and used to hear the calls to prayer all the time but didn't really know much about it it was mainly Buddhist country the goal has always been is that you always want to convey the message of Islam and who the Muslims are so when people come in we have booths set up specifically that that help a person understand from the different concepts to the visuals to the calligraphy the art and all of that and of course the food as well always seen it from the outside and it's very interesting to see it from the inside and talk to the people who've all been wonderful all the people I've talked to so it's been nice I guess I didn't really understand a lot of why they do what they do and just coming here learning about it like it's a very friendly environment they're very welcoming and open to answering questions and I guess I wasn't raised with that knowledge so just being involved in this has really opened my eyes to what Muslims are what Islam is so growing up Christian I I went to a specifically went to I grew up in a Baptist Church went to a Catholic High School the only thing I knew was of the Christian faith and I always thought like you know Muslim Jewish I thought it was all different like oh my god they believe something totally different and I just understand it's just a different way of worshiping you know it's all one being it's just the different individual beliefs that allows you to get closer to God or get closer to that one being so a lot of the questions were answered for me a lot of visitors actually just want to come and meet a Muslim and there hasn't been one specific question that has stood out to me today but a lot of it is just people coming like I just wanted me to Muslim I just want to get to know a Muslim and I think that shows the importance of Dawa and the importance of being out there and out reaching to people in the importance of that human connection that makes all the difference this is our first visit to a mosque it was absolutely fascinating we had the opportunity to do a tour and learned a lot about Islam and what the mosque is about what the faith is about what the culture is about and there are many misconceptions that were cleared up for us yes it was a very enriching religious and cultural experience I felt very at home very comfortable and it was it's such a peaceful environment and it does reflect on the people and the religion and the culture it was a fascinating experience and I I am encouraged to learn more about it is there anything misconception that you did had and maybe this change your mind if any um the fact that men and women prayed separately I thought it was to it is to keep distraction-free but it's for both of them for men and women and it's to keep women modest so they're not bowing in front of men and there isn't any wrong motions happening it's completely just focusing yourself on God so that was kind of something that was solved absolutely I'm actually taking my own little Quran Quran so but yeah would be more than happy to actually answer questions for my friends especially friends back in st. Louis in the middle middle east where they have no idea you know what this is and what it's about so to be enlightening to me to enlighten them and it'll force me to do more research on my end so that I could bring people the encourage people to study other faiths and other religions and just to understand it you know not to convert but to just understand so Muslims gather here daily to offer their prayers and to enjoy a good game from private reflections to commune your lectures from interfaith dialogue to scout activities from social events to social work mosques are a paragon of the all-encompassing spirit of Islam your neighbors invite you to explore the peaceful message of Islam by calling 877 why Islam or visiting why Islam org

Inside the Largest Virtual Reality Theme Park In The World – VR Star Park China

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Today I’m going to tour you through the biggest VR arcade in the world also known as the VR Star Theme Park. It just opened its doors in Nanchang China.

They have three floors filled with VR goodness. More than 40 simulators are ready to go featuring a Beat Saber arcade machine, roller coasters, flying simulators, bumper cars, high speed racing cars, a slide, a broomstick and much more.

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900 Airport Express – TTC 2006 Orion VII 7975 (Pearson Airport [Terminal 3] to Kipling Station)

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Pearson Airport [Terminal 3] to Kipling Station.

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How to solder copper pipe in the real world. Not on some vice on the desk but under it. In a hard to reach position. How to use flux and clean pipe, solder and a torch. How to use a heat matt and a cooling rag to make a water tight seal.


I was going to do a simple video on how to solder copper pipe So firstly what we need is some flux a brush and a cloth A blow torch you’re not going to get anywhere without your blow torch and some pipe cleaner and some solder this is lead free for potable water
so first things first we’re going to get a little fitting out so the simplest fitting there is a little Tee like that. First thing i’m going to show you is how to prepare the pipe. So the first thing we do before we continue is clean the pipe give it a little run round with your cleaner so once thats nice and clean we can put some flux on it. You get some flux on your brush, and put that nicely over the cleaned area.
I recommend you try and get some in the end of the fitting as well so we can see at the moment there’s nothing in there so try and get some in the end of the fitting. Then push the piece you’ve cleaned Into the fitting you’ve got push them together
Now that piece is ready to solder.
I’ll do the same on the other side and out of the bottom.
Now we get our blow torch, light it up and adjust it down as it’s only 15 mm pipe to a really nice soft setting now apply the flame nice and lightly to the copper fitting that means our nozzle is about one inch away from the copper fitting. Now once it gets nice and warm
try and heat it up all the way around and then
once you think it’s hot enough just touch the solder and that will run nicely into the fitting. Pop the flame underneath as well. make sure it get’s all around the fitting.
We’ll do exactly the same at this end now. Heat that fitting up nice and evenly until you think you can get the solder to run into the fitting. So we warm this fitting up here
for this lower one as these can be tricky sometimes. Everytime you touch the
solder wire to the fitting itself take the flame away and then try and suck it into the fitting just like that Sometime when you’ve finished soldering a copper fitting, give it a paint with some flux especially if it’s still hot, that’ll clean the copper fitting down. A really important thing to remember
is to get your wet rag and wipe the excess flux off otherwise it will go green and horrible.
make sure the pipe is nice and cool and give it a wipe
So there we go we have a nice, clean, non wastful soldered fitting there. clean, non wastful soldered fitting there. Nice 15 mm solder. So that is nice and easy but what about in the real world? You don’t have a vice on the desk in the real world will be doing soldering like this
in a place like this HERE, that’s were you’ll be. You’ll be doing this sort of thing
because you can’t get round to the other part of the pipe. You’ll getting the pipe you’ll be going
Ahhh, trying to get it all clean
wondering why did I take this job up? You’ll only be able to get your flux round
one side of the pipe, because you can’t get to the other side because it’s
against a wall or something and then you’ll be getting
your copper fitting and fluxing it becuase if it doesn’t get all around
it ain’t gonna solder brother. The pipes might not go together. You’ll have to pull them out and push them back in
You’ll go Oh my god I need to get my heat matt in here but it
doesn’t want to stay up or something. You’ll get to the point of grabbing an old bit of pipe
to hole your heat mat in position We can’t heat it all up so we’ve got to put the flame up
a little bit more sometimes there’s even a little bit of water in the pipe that you weren’t able to get rid of so you heat it up more. Sometime you have to pull the pipe down so you can get some of that water out if there’s any in there only once you’ve done all that can you run your solder in just like so. So really are any of the other soldering videos out there on the internet realistic?

مشاركات ونصائح صادقة plumberparts.co.uk عقد ضيق ومرحبا بكم في فيديو plumberparts.co.uk اليوم، لقد حفر عميقة I اليوم لأنني قد حصلت على انفلونزا رجل أنا لا أعرف ما إذا كنت تستطيع أن تسمع، وbunged جميع أنفي حتى حتى ظننت istead القيام شريط فيديو مجنون كنت تنوي القيام به فيديو بسيط إلى لحام النحاس الأنابيب. الآن قمنا به فيديو واحد من قبل، وأعتقد أنه كان أول واحد نحن تم الرفع من أي وقت مضى حتى ظننت أننا سوف إعادة زيارة وتظهر أيضا كيف غير واقعية كل الفيديو السباكة أخرى على أنابيب النحاس لحام بحيث يتيح الانتقال الآن أوه نعم عقد ضيق! أولا فما نحتاج إليه هو بعض التمويه فرشاة وقماش A ضربة الشعلة كنت لن تحصل في أي مكان دون الشعلة ضربة الخاص بك وبعض أنظف الأنابيب و هذا هو بعض جندى خالية من الرصاص لمياه الشرب أول الأشياء أولا حتى ونحن في طريقنا للحصول على القليل من المناسب وبالتالي فإن أبسط المناسب هناك القليل المحملة من هذا القبيل. أول شيء أنا ذاهب لتظهر لك هو كيفية تحضير الأنابيب. لذا فإن أول شيء نقوم به قبل أن نواصل هو تنظيف الأنابيب إعطائها الدور التشغيل الخاص بك قليلا مع ذلك مرة واحدة نظافة ثت جميلة ونظيفة وسعنا وضع بعض التمويه على ذلك. تحصل على تدفق بعض الفرشاة، ووضع ذلك بشكل جيد على تنظيف المنطقة. أنصحك محاولة الحصول على بعض في نهاية المناسب وكذلك حتى يمكننا أن نرى في الوقت الحالي لا يوجد شيء في هناك وذلك في محاولة والحصول على بعض في نهاية المناسب. ثم دفع قطعة كنت قد نظفت في تركيب كنت قد حصلت على دفعهم معا تماما مثل ذلك. والآن بعد أن قطعة مستعدة لحام. سوف أفعل نفس الشيء على الجانب الآخر والخروج من القاع. الآن نحصل على ضربة الشعلة لدينا، وعلى ضوء هذا الامر وتعديله كما انها فقط 15 مم الأنابيب لإعداد لينة لطيفة حقا. الآن تطبيق الشعلة لطيفة وخفيفة وتركيب النحاس وهذا يعني فوهة لدينا حوالي بوصة واحدة بعيدا عن النحاس المناسب. مرة واحدة تحصل عليه الآن لطيفة ودافئة ومحاولة تسخين عنه على طول الطريق حول وثم ذات مرة كنت تعتقد انها ساخنة بما يكفي مجرد لمس لحام والذي سيقوم بتشغيل جيد في تركيب. البوب ​​الشعلة تحت كذلك. تأكد من الحصول على كل شيء في جميع أنحاء المناسب. سنفعل بالضبط نفس الشيء في نهاية هذا الآن. الحرارة التي تصل المناسب لطيفة وبشكل متساو حتى كنت تعتقد أنك يمكن أن تحصل على جندى لتصل الى تركيب. لذلك نحن دافئة هذا المناسب هنا يمكن لهذا أقل واحد كما يمكن أن تكون خادعة في بعض الأحيان هذه. في كل مرة كنت على اتصال لحام الأسلاك وتركيب نفسها تأخذ الشعلة بعيدا وحاول وأمتص له في تركيب تماما مثل ذلك عندما تنتهي من وقت لحام النحاس المناسب، وإعطائها مع بعض الطلاء تدفق لا سيما إذا كان لا يزال الساخنة، التي سوف تنظيف النحاس المناسب أسفل. والشيء المهم حقا أن نتذكر وللحصول على قطعة قماش مبللة الخاص والقضاء على تدفق الزائد وإلا فإنه سوف يذهب الأخضر والرهيبة. تأكد من أن الأنابيب هو لطيف وبارد وإعطائها القضاء هناك حتى نذهب لدينا ونظيفة لطيفة، غير ملحوم wastful المناسب هناك. نظيفة، غير wastful ملحوم المناسب هناك. نيس 15 جندى مم. بحيث لطيفة وسهلة ولكن حول ما في العالم الحقيقي؟ لم يكن لديك أحد نواب على المكتب في العالم الحقيقي سوف تفعل مثل هذا حام في مكان مثل هذا هنا، انها كانت أن عليك أن تكون. عليك أن تفعل هذا النوع من الاشياء لأنه لا يمكنك الحصول على جولة إلى الجزء الآخر من توجيه الإخراج. عليك الحصول على الأنابيب عليك أن تسير AHHH، في محاولة للحصول على كل نظيفة أتساءل لماذا لم أغتنم هذه الوظيفة حتى؟ فقط عليك أن تكون قادرا على الحصول على جولة الخاص بك تدفق جانب واحد من الأنابيب، لأنه لا يمكن الوصول إلى الجانب الآخر لأنه على الحائط أو شيء ومن ثم فسوف يكون الحصول على النحاس المناسب الخاص بك وذلك fluxing بيكواسي اذا لم تحصل في جميع أنحاء هذا لن شقيق جندى. قد لا الأنابيب يسيران جنبا إلى جنب. سيكون لديك لسحب بها و دفعهم مرة أخرى في سوف تذهب يا إلهي أنا بحاجة للحصول على بلدي مات الحرارة في هنا ولكن لا ترغب في البقاء لأعلى أو لشيء ما. ستحصل على نقطة من الاستيلاء على العمر قليلا من الأنابيب لثقب حصيرة الخاص بك الحرارة في موقف لا يمكننا ان كل ما يصل تسخين ذلك لدينا لوضع اللهب حتى أكثر قليلا أحيانا هناك حتى قليلا من الماء في الأنابيب التي لم تكن قادرة على التخلص من لذلك أنت تسخين عنه أكثر من ذلك. في وقت ما لديك لسحب أنابيب أسفل حتى تتمكن من الحصول بعض من هذه المياه إلى إذا كان هناك أي وجود في مرة واحدة فقط كنت قد فعلت كل ما يمكنك تشغيل جندى الخاص في تماما مثل ذلك. حقا هكذا هي أي من أشرطة الفيديو لحام أخرى هناك على ينتيرينيت واقعي وسوف تحمل المسؤولية الكاملة عن واحد على سنوات عن اثنين أو ثلاثة المنتجة منذ ولكن أفكر في تعيين تجنيد straigt سجل من السهل إذا كان على مقاعد البدلاء أمامك وإذا كان يمكنك أن تفعل ذلك على موقع أمامك ثم لكم اليوم ولكن سوف يكون هناك دائما وقت لديك للحصول تحت بالوعة، خلف حمام أو تقريب صاحب المنزل المستأجر أو أن لن تتحرك لحام يصل إلى تركيب النحاس. وآمل أن تكونوا استمتعت الفيديو اليوم وآمل أن يدرك أنا عندي انفلونزا وأنا لا أشعر بشكل جيد للغاية ولكن جئت هنا اليوم حتى نتمكن من تحسين جميع العتبات لدينا لحام تذكر للاكتتاب تويتر والفيسبوك تويتر للصور والفيسبوك للصور وكذلك نحن بيكواسي إعادة سقسقة كل الأشياء التي تم القيام به خاصة إذا الكوارث السباكة يحدث يشبه هذا! الحق سوف نرى لكم جميعا قريبا في الفيديو التالي عقد ضيق! Plumberparts.co.uk مشاركات ونصائح صادقة

Eye for an Eye 1996 | Sally Field | Kiefer Sutherland | Ed Harris |

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When the courts fail to keep behind bars the man who raped and murdered her daughter, a woman seeks her own form of justice.
Director: John Schlesinger
Writers: Erika Holzer (novel), Amanda Silver
Stars: Sally Field, Kiefer Sutherland, Ed Harris

Video Game Arcade Tours – Golden Nugget, Circus Circus, Flamingo (Great Yarmouth, UK)

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All three of these arcades connect on the inside, so really, it’s one big arcade by the same owner. I featured all three in the same video. The arcades have a decent balance of video games and redemption-based machines. They have invested in some more expensive newer games: Cruisin’ Blast while still maintaining some great classics like Final Furlong! Would be nice to see a dance machine in here! Can’t complain and certainly better than the redemption fests we see in most places these days. Would visit again!

Golden Nugget Arcade, Circus Circus Arcade and Flamingo Arcade
Address: 20-23 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 2ES
Hours: Opens 9AM
Phone: +44 1493 844995

Many of the arcades in the UK (Mainly seaside arcades) are called Amusement Arcades. They are typically packed with redemption-based machines with very few video games (As video games simply do not make money). I have placed the word “Amusements” in the title for these types of places as they are not true Video Game Arcades, but deserve some sort of mention. As gambling is legal in the UK, they tend to include fruit machines (aka slot machines) and various other things money-making games, so video games really take a back seat in places like these. They also really hate filming, I’m not sure why because it’s free advertising, unless dodgy things are taking place lol

An amusement arcade (often referred to as “video arcade” or simply “arcade”) is a venue where people play arcade games such as video games, pinball machines, electro-mechanical games, redemption games, merchandisers (such as claw cranes), or coin-operated billiards or air hockey tables. In some countries, some types of arcades are also legally permitted to provide gambling machines such as slot machines or pachinko machines. Games are usually housed in cabinets. The term used for ancestors of these venues in the beginning of the 20th century was penny arcades.Video games were introduced in amusement arcades in the late 1970s and were most popular during the golden age of arcade video games, the early 1980s. Arcades became popular with children and particularly adolescents, which led parents to be concerned that video game playing might cause them to skip school.

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