Sunday, 5 August 2018

Walk Through Video

I used to do a great number of these kind of videos .
Years of walking around the field with a cheap camera
Today I revisited the vlog


60 comments:

  1. There was a lot of tutting going on. What have you got to tut about?

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  2. I was watching a vlog this afternoon and thinking of doing one. Funny to then see you and this. I used to make them too but never put them on the blog, years ago. Makes a change. Ta very much.

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  3. Love all the dogs doing Sunday morning chores. The Horses are beautiful ! Lovely video.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. George standing stick still amused me

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  4. Beautiful horses and so nice to hear Irene's voice. What DID have George so entranced.

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    1. That's him all over. Say anything to him. And he'll just stand for an age thinking about it all

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  5. I love listening to your voice, John! Canadians are said to have a very flat accent(except for Newfoundland and Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, whose ancestry is strongly Irish and Scottish), and a great many of us are entranced with UK accents - British, Scottish, Welsh, Irish.

    Nice to have a tour and see the fur people in action, now including the horses.

    Hope the rest of your Sunday is restful and that you have a good week ahead.

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    1. I know what u mean Canadians are a bit monotone

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    2. We are????? I have never heard that Canadians are flat and monotone...very interesting. Mardy🇨🇦

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  6. Loved hearing your voice.
    Liked seeing the sights, the fur balls and such.
    George was frozen time!
    Did you climb over the fence or do a bit of a run and fly over.
    Liked watching, listening . . . more??

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  7. Oh I enjoyed this John! It's always wonderful to see Albert and the dogs and now we also got to see the horses and Irene. What a treat!

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  8. Wonderful vid! I enjoyed watching all your pets doing their thing: Albert on high, Mary chilling below, Winnie and William coming in from the outside, and George poised and attentive in the yard. Those are beautiful and serene horses. And Irene is so full of energy, running all over the place!

    You're also full of energy hopping them tall fences and trudging through the bushes to get us some great shots. Thank you.

    I hope you have boots for wading through the horse fertilizer...or have access to a garden hose to wash off the funk and gunk off your shoes.

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  9. You have a lovely calming voice John. I enjoyed walking around the field with you. More of these vlogs please! :)

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  10. I agree with other people here-you do have a very gorgeous voice John.Hoping William is feeling a bit better x

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    1. He's plagued with an itchy skin

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    2. My lily had skin problem which test did not identify ,it didn't seem itchy-shampoo,antibiotics & cream helped her x

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  11. Love your deep voice and (to my American ears) accent.

    I didn't know you owned horses.

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    1. I don't they are a friend's on loan

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  12. Enjoyed your video! Loved hearing your voice and accent again too!

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  13. Not a hint of an accent after all your years there. Wish I knew what things to press on my camera to do a vloggy thingy

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    1. I lived in Yorkshire for 20 years before this

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  14. Loved hearing your voice John.

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  15. Oh, that was nice, seeing your dogs, and George is quite funny, having a thinkabout. Then a little meander into the horse field, and it is nice to hear your voice. Thank you for sharing this. Makes me think I need to get out more.

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  16. I just closed my eyes and listened. Velvet!

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  17. I used to like your old videos with the helicopter constantly flying overhead.

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    1. I remember you saying that , the new smart phones are better quality but silent

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  18. I really enjoyed that. Didn't have a pocketful of apples and carrots? My Gracie would have bitten the crap out of me if I didn't.

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  19. I enjoyed that immensely. Your speaking voice is as nice as your writing voice! That was a lovely little walkabout - thank you.

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  20. How delightful, you are very good at going over those gates. WInnie is so cute.

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  21. Lovely walk, enjoyed seeing your corner of the world, thank you

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  22. Debbie9:59 pm

    That was awesome! Thank you for sharing! (I’m intimidated by horses although they’re beautiful creatures.)

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  23. My dog came rushing over when she heard all that tutting. Truly an animal whisperer you are! Lovely horses. Britain has always done horses well. We're a bit obsessed with high strung thoroughbreds and quarter horses over here.

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  24. Than you for that lovely bit of a walk around with your lovely voice over.

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  25. lovely horses and shy but talkative irene. and the house companions all on video. and you KNOW british accents make me go weak in the knees! :)

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    1. It was as if I'd rehearsed the video ..every character in place !

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  26. This was so much fun to watch, John. I really liked seeing where you live and your menagerie. You have a very resonant voice, perhaps you could have a 2nd career as a reader of books for the blind!

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    1. I was chuffed all the players played their part

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  27. John, I am a relative newcomer to your blog, I would love to know what happened to the Ukrainian village and it's inhabitants?

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    1. I was planning to move WITH my husband to a city address so the animals had to go. Then . After they went things changed. If I stay the village will be 're populated

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    2. Not one, but two huge holes in your life.

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  28. Enjoyed the video John... you need one of those GoPros that you can mount on your head... leaves your hands free for gate climbing.
    It looks pretty dry but the horses (& Irene) are in super condition.
    Terribly dry over here in parts of NSW. We just came back from a trip to visit No 2 son and it was really depressing, dead native animals from car hits every 20meters or so - un believable - they come to the roadsides to feed. Lots of cattle being herded in the 'long paddock' - its a real concern the droughts and fires globally.
    Re William.. have you tried a coal tar wash such as Pinetarsol. I had a dear dog who had skin issues and many of the prescribed medicated shampoos only irritated further. I tried the coal tar soapless wash (Pinetarsol brand but there are many) and it made such a difference. Good for Psoriasis & eczema too.. might help.
    Loved your family pics and hearing you too.

    (PS.. Russell is in town doing location shots for a new movie The True Story of the Kelly Gang.. woo hooooo)

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  29. As a newbie to your blog they are a first for me - I liked it.

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  30. Loved the video John, especially hearing your wonderful melodious voice as well as your gorgeous animals xx

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  31. It must be ESP; I've talked about a pair of horses today too. Your two look very healthy.

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  32. You sound so 'well-spoken' here. Why am I surprised? Shouldn't have been.

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  33. Loved the Vlog .
    I am so glad My George is happy today!
    Would rather watch your dogs Any Day than those shocking Kardashian's --- hell, Winnie is far prettier and no surgery either LOL !!

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  34. John my daughter has a dog that is plagued by itchy skin too...The only thing she has ever found that worked was colostrum... apparently you can purchase it... not sure where... but it helped almost immediately.. Come to find out the dog has a terrible immune system ..perhaps because of being taken away from its mother at a very young age...And this colostrum helped... Maybe giving it the immunity it didn't receive from its mother.. You might ask your vet.. They might know where to get it.. Loved the video... I found your voice shocking and totally did not fit the picture i had in my head of you.. But good to see you and the animals.. Hugs! deb

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  35. Lovely to hear your voice.

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  36. Charming in every sense of the word. Thank you!

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  37. Great video. Lovely to see your gorgeous furries and listen to your mellifluous voice.

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  38. Nice to hear your voice again and had to giggle as you climbed over the gates ! X

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  40. Well, this was an Excellent way to start off my morning !! I wish I was there, I want to pet a horse again ! and climb fences and chase after silly pups .. it was all just perfect .. Thank you John, I loved this.

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  41. What a lovely spot. I can see why you love the cottage and surrounds. I hope you can stay.

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  42. I love this! I hate the sound of my own voice, so don't think I'd ever do this. Your voice, on the other hand, is a pleasure to listen to... despite all the grunts and groans.

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  43. Lovely video John. It's a shame to see the plot overgrown and I hope that you're able to stay in the cottage and have pets there again.

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  44. Thank you John..loved the tour. So impressed how easily you climbed the gate. Mardy🇨🇦

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