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A tour of the locos at Carnforth Steamtown! Seen in this video are Classes 03/08/24/33/37/47 and 57. Many dilapitaded reside at Carnforth, most of which are 37's and 47's, with many interesting liveries, such as Rail Express Systems, Civil Engineers, Load Haul, Railfreight Distribution and DRS livery on 33030 :P We also get a look on a couple of steam engines, 44871 and 62005.
An (inflatable) open canoe journey across Loch Ba and Loch Laidon in Scotland
I dedicate this song to all who have ever known pain. The audioversion of this song can be found here: reverbnation.com/kwon You can find me on facebook at: facebook.com/4never.theEMT Lyrics: hook: my dream is a paraplegic learning how to fly. the blind holding a rainbow in the sky the mute who does more than hum a lullaby. the orphan falling asleep from a lullaby. x2 Verse 1: there may be no metaphor more cliched. that you may think, what more can he say? so many songs have been played, so many walls have been sprayed, so many people have prayed for dreams, do we need more aid? everyday there is another raid on, our ambitions. our missions, laid on, our shoulders, with no permission from the holders, where it stays on. just the beholders, putting instructions in us like folders. the coldest tone, implying we're either sinners or the boldest, in carrying out, these orders that we received. no ferrying out, even if we do not believe in the path that was chosen. Our paths are frozen. to be broken, we must keep our paths open. rather than groping the darkness, dream about roping the Loch Ness monster. Let your mind wander. my dream is a paraplegic learning how to fly. the blind holding a rainbow in the sky the mute who does more than hum a lullaby. the orphan falling asleep from a lullaby. x2 liberate the spirit and invigorate the soul. iterate the lyric and incinerate the cold. they call it music, i call it magic. the similarity is both beautiful and tragic. They're both ...
May 29, 2008: EJ, brooding her newly hatched three chicks, has been calling out for about half an hour. Is she calling OVS, her mate, to bring her a fish? Finally she leaves the nest and is gone for about a minute. Then she returns with a fish! At least, I think that's EJ. Looks like a white leg band and OVS has an orange leg band. Their story is continued from last video, Dad Spells Mom for a Couple of Hours: www.youtube.com From the web log: In 2005 EJ and OVS mate at the Loch Garten nest - EJ lays an egg, OVS disappears. A four year old Strathspey bird comes to the nest (Red 8T) but proves to be inadequate at providing food for our female. She lays two further eggs before Henry arrives on 25 April, he is covered in oil and almost skeletal. He succeeds in chasing off Red 8T and then kicks the eggs out of the nest, a fourth egg is laid but that is also ejected by the male, no further eggs were laid. The pattern repeated itself in 2006, EJ and OVS mate before Henry arrives. On 10th April he returns, chases off OVS and re-establishes the bond with EJ. Three eggs are laid, three chicks fledge -- they are all considered to be female and were given yellow leg rings 8U, 8V and 8W. 2007 -- History repeats itself once more as EJ and OVS mate yet again before Henry arrives. EJ lays an egg on 18 April and another on 21st. Henry arrives on 22 April and kicks the eggs out of the nest. On 23 April, OVS appears above the nest and is seen off by Henry. On 24 April EJ lays two eggs in ...
a romp on the beach of loch laidon on the edge of rannoch moor