Worth Watching

This is my home….

November 5th, 2014|Just Thinking, Worth Watching|

I have always felt that I live in the most beautiful place on earth. I know I can't really make that claim given that I haven't been everywhere else in the world, but I still feel that I am pretty lucky, and terribly grateful, to have been born when and where I was, and to [...]

Danny Macaskill: The Ridge

October 5th, 2014|Worth Watching|

Fantastic footage, amazing dedication to a skill, and beautiful scenery. Some of us get on a bicycle sometimes, and then some people seem to use a bicycle like an extra limb. Pretty trick move jumping the fence near the end. Worth a watch! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/the-filter/virals/11138139/Danny-MacAskill-releases-breathtaking-Isle-of-Skye-tricks-video.html

Stop and look around

July 31st, 2014|Just Thinking, Worth Watching|

I came across a video on Facebook this morning and it gave me pause for thought. We are so busy thinking about ourselves, our wants, our own happiness... and when we walk down the street and pass those less fortunate, how many of us move away from them because they make us uncomfortable? Do we [...]

Solar Freaking Roadways!

May 24th, 2014|Worth Watching|

How cool would this be!! At first I was thinking, no way, would only work for six months of the year up north...but then they responded to that. Very very, cool idea and I can't help but wonder if this could be in our future. Learn more about their project at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/solar-roadways

Sucks to live here ;)

October 26th, 2013|Worth Watching|

Do you ever watch a short video that just gives you goosebumps and makes you go "YEAH! I live here!!!" This works for me. Shot all around Vancouver, not all of the Lower Mainland, but closer in - from the city and up towards Squamish direction. Angles you don't usually see unless you are in [...]

A Class Divided

June 28th, 2013|Worth Watching|

I watched a video on a friend's Facebook yesterday it had a big impact. I went hunting for the original video and found it on the PBS Frontline website - A Class Divided. The site hosts the original documentary filmed in 1968, clips as well as commentary and follow up interviews. I've always been fascinated [...]