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My Walk beside the River

Postby dentyr » 19 May 2020 01:03

This is my walk along the river near me



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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby Brian007 » 19 May 2020 06:34

Hi Den,

Looks a nice place , bit like England on the one fine day a year we get, seriously looks very plesant and peaceful, good video and music

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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby dentyr » 19 May 2020 07:08

Thank you for your kind comments Brian. I think you must be my only supporter. :D
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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby JohnT » 19 May 2020 16:03

Hi Den. Looks rather nice. Brings back memories of our visit to Australia and New Zealand. Bit like the River Wear at Chester-le- Street and Durham. Enjoyed my sing along with Let the rest of the world go by. Lovely video and playing thoroughly enjoyed it. John
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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby barwonfan » 20 May 2020 05:33

I enjoyed that. Photography was good. Your playing of "' let the rest of the world go by " on Tyros 4 was excellent. Is that snazzy car yours? Aren't you getting a bit old to handle sports cars? Something more sedate next time perhaps? Perhaps limit yourself to 1500cc
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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby dentyr » 20 May 2020 11:28

My other car is a Jensen capable of 360KPH but I only use that to go to Colac. :) :) :D
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jensen_S-V8
If I am in a hurry to get to Melbourne I take my Bristol Fighter but I can't get the T4 into the thing. Just love the sound of the V10 engine. :( :x
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bristol_Fighter_(automobile)
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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby Hugh-AR » 20 May 2020 22:37

Den,

Lovely music, lovely pictures .. and so well put together. Enjoyed watching. Nice little trick to put captions in between the photos so we had an explanation of what we were looking at.

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Re: My Walk beside the River

Postby barwonfan » 23 May 2020 11:18

dentyr wrote:My other car is a Jensen capable of 360KPH but I only use that to go to Colac. :) :) :D
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jensen_S-V8
If I am in a hurry to get to Melbourne I take my Bristol Fighter but I can't get the T4 into the thing. Just love the sound of the V10 engine. :( :x
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bristol_Fighter_(automobile)
Regards, Den.

You made all that up Dennis. I know for a fact that you only own one car. But -you have triggered a memory for me. I saw my first Bristol in 1956 . It belonged to a grazier in Western Victoria, his sheep station was enormous and I was a lowly primary school teacher with no money as I had just spent it all on a second hand BSA 250 cc motor bike . It was to me a dream machine. This was probably because I had been riding a BSA Bantam before that. I did not see another Bristol until about 2008 when It was bought second hand by a Colac District Farmer. I think it was made in about 1960, but that is a guess.
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