Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Video Diary - The Fall of British Columbia

This is my latest compilation. It is my longest yet! I will be interested to see if it is TOO long to hold your attention! I just had so much fun that I didn't want to cut anything out. I hope you find it interesting. Grab a brew, put your feet up for ten minutes and perhaps get inspired for your next holiday destination! - Please feel free to comment and share.

7 comments:

  1. Nice video Steph, such beautiful country you are riding in. I'm green with envy right now.

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  2. Very nice area! Glad you finally found your Bear. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. The video did NOT seem long at all... well done. Sorry I couldn't ride up to join you for a couple days in BC while I was back in the 'States--I shattered my knee (RR tracks, pothole, rain) and am on crutches until 01 Jan. Ride safely.

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  4. Nice vid' Steph' ... a very well made compilation, that I enjoyed immensely. Many years ago, had ambitions of going to live in BC (that never materialised), so pleased to see a bit of it during your travels ...

    Am really glad too, to know you've been able to find a way of managing the problems with your shoulder, which was causing you so much grief a few months ago.

    It gave me a smile to hear about your obsession of bear-spotting. I could take the p*ss by saying ... that after slowing the film down, think that I saw a few hiding behind trees on your video. And fairly certain they had their paws over their mouths and were sniggering LOL ...

    On more serious note, it reminded too me about another travel buddy of mine who was riding around the world on his on a push-bike (http://unviajedecuento.weebly.com/). Who when riding thro' Alaska a few years ago, reported seeing numerous bears ... many close to his camp-site. After being warned by the people who lived in the area, telling him that he was risking being killed and possibly eaten ... Salva related how he never once felt threatened by these gentle giants. In fact, they would often stand on two legs to get a better view of him, which evidently satisfied their curiosity. Then simply lumbered off, giving him a wide-berth.

    Anyhow, pleased to see you've been re-united with Rhonda. And you've been able to handle the cold of the incipient Canadian winter ... a ditto to John P about the length of the vid' ... it was a good well-balance report, with lots of interest. And will look forward to the next one ... safe travels x x x

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  5. Hi Steph, great video, not too long at all considering the gorgeous country you're travelling through. Bears I can see on wildlife tv programmes, but seat of the pants rides like yours are less common. Keep taking care of those old injuries and I look forward to the next instalment. Good luck all #WomenWhoRide ��

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  6. Well done. Glad you're back on the road.

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  7. I second (or is it third?) the comments on the length: it wasn't too long at all! I'm very impressed with your production, it was beautiful, clever, even a bit whimsical and best of all, for 10 minutes I could feel like I was there with you on an adventure in beautiful BC. Thank you. Going now to your paypal page...

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