Videos tagged with "good"
Travelocity Travel for Good Grant Application [01:52]
My name is Amanda Kammer, and this is my application for Travelocity's Travel for Good Grant in order to travel to Cape Town, South Africa through Cross Cult...
poop spitting kids.mov [02:51]
"Trust me kids spitting impala poop is a real honest to goodness game in South Africa" Winners of a National Geographic Kids magazine essay contest get a tri...
Smallmouth Yellowfish on Fly, Orange river , South Africa ..AWESOME Fishing [04:29]
flyfishing the Orange river, south africa, targeting smallmouth yellowfish. the venue is 1km below the Gariep dam. Orangerivertentscamp. also decided to try and introduce my wife to fly fishing, with great success. she successfully caught and released one of the biggest smallmouth yellows that i have seen. The water levels rise without warning by more than 1 meter, in a couple of minutes, witch makes this a bit of a extreme venue to fish, but it is so good :)
70000 Britannia + 60009 UoSA - Cumbrian Steam 02/03/13! [03:04]
A winter's day filming steam. Firstly, we see 70000 Britannia (stand in for 46115) heading north passed Kirkby Stephen on the S&C line. This is the Vintage Trains 'The Cumbrian Guardsman', Tyseley to Carlisle (1Z45). The second shot, is again Britannia heading north, passing just south of Langwathby and looking in fine form. The third shot is of 60009 Union of South Africa on The Railway Touring Company tour 'The Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express 2', this shot again is just south of Langwathby but this time the tour is heading south. The fourth and final shot is at Oxenholme, as Britannia belts south down the WCML - nice! Well done to the tour companies, keep up the good work. Many thanks to P and L for the great day out and company and to L for the planning - good stuff. It is very sad that one of the group appears to have lost his shots due to a problem with the memory card in the camera. A real nightmare, on what was a great day.
The Cumbrian Guardsman, The Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express & The Statesman 02-03-2013 [09:49]
It's always good to be able to take advantage of multiple tours running on a certain day, complete with a nice walk in the dales inbetween shots. And that's exactly what we did on a sunny and relatively warm March Saturday. After setting off early from home, since we had time we decided to begin at Gisburn with a shot of 47773 heading Vintage Trains' 'Cumbrian Guardsman' from Tyseley to Hellifield before 70000 'Britannia' took over for the run north over the S&C to Carlisle then back down the WCML over Shap to Carnforth (originally this was booked to be hauled by 46115 'Scots Guardsman', hence the tour name). After we heard one week earlier that 70000 was standing in for 46115, we decided to scrap the planned shot at Selside and instead we headed for our favourite S&C Northbound vantage point-Helwith Bridge. The Brit ended up approaching alot slower than expected on the 1 in 100 gradient but made up for this when it reached the 1/4 mile level section, suddenly piling on the power and accelerating hard towards Ribblehead. Because the wind was in the correct direction and 70000 was making so much noise, we were able to hear the train for about 5 miles after it passed us... We now had 4 hours to get up to Keld Farm, just north of Appleby, so we took the scenic route and had a walk at Denthead and next to the northern portal of Blea Moor Tunnel, where there were some rather nice waterfalls cascading down from the nearby moor, which are included here. After stopping at Dent ...