Kris, Ali, Megan, and John coming up on the church
St Marys School Carterton Trip To Rarotonga 2016.
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Music-‘Run Boy Run’ by Woodkid. I do not own the music.
These 1950s home movies show a trip to Panama and the Canal Zone, as well as the island nation of Cuba prior to the Cuban Revolution. The trip was made by a family aboard the ocean liner RMS Mauretania towards the end of its service life (it was scrapped in 1965). Some of the sights included in the film are the Havana Zoo, the “El Rancho” Gardens in Panama City, and Castleton Gardens in Jamaica.
RMS Mauretania was launched on 28 July 1938 at the Cammell Laird yard in Birkenhead, England and was completed in May 1939. The second Mauretania was the first ship built for the newly formed Cunard White Star company following the merger in April 1934 of the Cunard and White Star lines. On the withdrawal of the first Mauretania in 1934, in order to prevent a rival company using the name and to keep it available for the new liner, arrangements were made for the Red Funnel paddle steamer Queen to be renamed Mauretania in the interim.
The liner had a tonnage of 35,739 gross, an overall length of 772 feet (235 m) and a beam of 89 feet (27 m) and had a exterior design similar to the Queen Elizabeth. The vessel was powered by two sets of Parsons single reduction-geared steam turbines giving 42,000 shaft horsepower and driving twin propellers. Her service speed was 23 knots (43 km/h) with a maximum speed of 26 knots.
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An account of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing and its portrayal in The Watson’s Go to Birmingham – 1963.
Visiting the charming small-town of Los Olivos in Santa Ynez Valley. We check out Global Gardens, Clairmont Lavender Farm, the General Store, the Doggy Door, Jedlicka’s Western Wear, J. Woeste, the Labyrinth at St. Mark’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church, Stafford’s Chocolates, Los Olivos Lemons, Saarloos & Sons, Gallery Los Olivos, and Sides Hardware & Shoes – a brothers restaurant. #kidifornia
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So, I decided to take a random mini road trip to San Carlos, Arizona; an old mining town that’s trapped in the 50’s and 60’s.
Bags still lost a month after Greyhound trip
This is Between Deer Lodge and Drummond Montana The Pintler Scenic loop from the highway. I have Property in Drummond and was over there dealing with a break in and had to go to the Dealer DMV located in Deer Lodge so figure what the heck I may as well take a video. I got some really kool footage from inside the DMV office..;-) The ranch here we pass is the Wallace Ranch it is Huge and Very Popular and every year the Elk are there and the Rancher feeds them every winter so they hang out there alot since he doesent allow hunting either..;-)
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In preparation to write my book, The Cincinnati Subway (Arcadia 2003) I joined the City of Cincinnati Engineering staff for the yearly inspection tour. Joining me was my photographer friend Suzanne Fleming. Many of these pictures went into the final book, but some did not. This slideshow features the best pictures that came out of the tour, which was lit only by flashlights.
The Dread by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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A short compilation of pictures from the 2017 youth mission trip to Crossville, Tennessee.
Cyc visits Coptic orthodox churches and monasteries around the world, u can watch those visits with ” Trip to ” on cyc channel.
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The First Corinthian Baptist Church in New York, one of the main Gospel Church in Manhattan. We went there, and were really disappointed !! this is not Gospel for us, but a live concert. If you go to New York, look for another gospel church !!
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Filmed on December 22, 2015: For a Leap Day Special, here will be a road trip during my Christmas family vacation from Raleigh, NC. to Roanoke, VA. to see my awesome friend! 😀 Andrew (DieselDucy) & I had so much fun in Downtown Roanoke! Plus, also a time-lapse back to Raleigh!
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Wyatt (Peter Fonda), Billy (Dennis Hopper), Mary (Toni Basil) and Karen (Karen Black) drop acid in a New Orleans cemetery.
Tossing wristwatches away, two bikers hit the road to find America in Dennis Hopper’s anti-establishment classic. After a major cocaine sale to an L.A. connection (Phil Spector), free-wheeling potheads Billy (Hopper) and Wyatt, aka Captain America (Peter Fonda, who also produced), motor eastward to party at Mardi Gras before “retiring” to Florida with the riches concealed in Wyatt’s stars-and-stripes gas tank. As they ride through the Southwest, they take a hitchhiker (Luke Askew) to a struggling hippie commune before they get thrown in a small-town jail for “parading without a permit.” Their cellmate, drunken ACLU lawyer George Hanson (Jack Nicholson, replacing Rip Torn), does them a “groovy” favor by getting them out of jail and then decides to join them. Babbling about Venusians, George discovers the joys of smoking grass, but an encounter with Southern rednecks soon proves how right he is about the danger posed by Billy’s and Wyatt’s unfettered life in a country that has lost its ideals. With the straight world closing in, Wyatt and Billy try to revel in New Orleans with some LSD and hookers (Karen Black and Toni Basil), but the acid trip is shot through with morbidity. Once they reach Florida, Billy raves about attaining the American dream; Wyatt, however, knows the truth: “We blew it.” Produced and directed by two Hollywood iconoclasts with under a half-million non-studio dollars, Easy Rider shook up the languishing movie industry when it grossed over 19 million dollars in 1969; it captured the spirit of the times as it woke Hollywood up to the power of young audiences and socially relevant movies, along with such other landmarks of the late ’60s as Bonnie and Clyde, The Graduate, and 2001. Shot on location by Laszlo Kovacs, Easy Rider eschewed old-fashioned Hollywood polish for documentary-style immediacy, and it enhanced its casual feel with improvised dialogue and realistically “stoned” acting. With a soundtrack of contemporary rock songs by Jimi Hendrix, The Band, and Steppenwolf to complete the atmosphere, Easy Rider was hailed for capturing the increasingly violent Vietnam-era split between the counterculture and the repressive Establishment. Experiencing the “shock of recognition,” youth audiences embraced Easy Rider’s vision of both the attractions and the limits of dropping out, proving that audience’s box-office power and turning Nicholson into a movie star. The momentarily hip Academy nominated Nicholson for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar, and Fonda, Hopper, and Terry Southern for their screenplay. Though none of its imitators would match its impact, Easy Rider remains one of the seminal works of late ’60s Hollywood both for its trailblazing legacy and its sharply perceptive portrait of its chaotic times.
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Cast: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Toni Basil, Karen Black
Director: Dennis Hopper
Producers: Peter Fonda, Bob Rafelson, William Hayward, Bert Schneider
Screenwriters: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Terry Southern
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