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, 5:34 PM GMT on September 22, 2011
http://travel.nytimes.com/2011/09/04/travel/36-ho urs-on-the-mendocino-coast.html(From my gallery)
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Quoting clearlakemike:Yes, Feather, that would be mo better than a "armchair" :))I will keep that in mind (and likewise, I have a couch, too :)If anyone ever needs a virtual trip to the Mendocino Coast it is a first class experience on Feather3's gallery(From Feather3's gallery)
Quoting clearlakemike:Hi Sandi! no you are not thick or something, lol...the New York Times Travel link is 36 hours in Mendocino and I am just doing an "armchair travel" version with the link and a few photos I took while (whilst) :) in Mendocino back when I lived near there. I always read and like the NYT "36 hour" travel series (and read the online version of the paper often as well.)I wish I literally could go for a visit! It's a beautiful place...I use to enjoy visiting there when I lived nearby.Yes, Peter is a scream!!! Very funny :))) Some of your other Flickr "fans" are quite witty/amusing as well and you even have a "paramour" (so to speak) LOLAnd yes, it was great to catch up. I enjoyed your restoration photos (and learning how you did it w/out scanning!) I am in the midst of restoring an old VHS movie I shot in 1987 to .avi format. I have successfully uploaded it to youtube and am going to see if I can post some of it to my flickr next. Flickr only allows videos of up to 90 seconds each so maybe some highlight segments. My little movie is almost 14 minutes. Fortunately, youtube now has an editor on their website and I am trying to experiment with it next. I also need to try your method of restoring old photos and see how that works for me. The scanning of the old negatives, as I mentioned, can get quite tedious as they have be lined up just perfectly.
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