Wednesday, February 13, 2013

February 13, 2013

there is not going to be the usual daily doggie.  i do not have time to explain why there is a wood chipper in my bath tub.
 
one of you camera people has donated some more pieces to this go pro camera  so i now have no excuse not to film  the other things around here that you all have been asking about.
 
the concept was for me to wear this on my head ( that takes some practice)  and film megan  etc...  training and doing some of th e  other things around here.  the resulting film-- on  cards--- would be too big to send out-- so i  am hoping explore will edit and trim it up then run it at times when one camera is "dark"  like puppy hill.
 
i realize i am inviting comments---- and i welcome comments from anyone who has trained 50 service dogs-  but i will not have time to answer questions from people who have read one article somewhere-
 
there is sound on this camera-- explore better edit that too-- i would hate to make a sailor blush.
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for bad news--- we have the passing of chloe - once known as "miss piggy" (bobby x lilly)  ----- mother of   cuba  bristol and karma---  the pearsons  gave her a wonderful life and were careful to be sure she had an uncomplicated passing.
 
on to the gopro  experiment
 
 
 
 
 

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