Any excuse I can find to make it out to the lake with Potato is a good one!
Here’s a new clip that was posted over on YouTube. Hopefully the quality of videos continues to improve as I’m becoming more familiar with the software/hardware relationship. Maybe we should get a drone for some sweet sweet aerial footage? Let me know what drones you all are using!
I was able to sneak away a little bit early today and take the dog out to the lake. I must confess that I had an ulterior motive with capturing some new video and getting more familiar with Resolve 14. Much better results!
Since I’m still learning all the new software for video editing, I decided to gather a couple of clips from our time in the mountains and at the lake near us. Hope you all enjoy!
Very rarely do we get snow in the Carolinas. One of my favorite things about the snow that we get is the untouched property for miles and miles.
The greatest thing to do after the snow and ice melt is go play …in the newly formed mud.. with a throw back to the second time ever I almost got stuck. Luckily there were plenty of tree branches of get us dug out!
However, despite my desire for mud…we erred on the side of caution and decided that we need to take the dog out to run at the drop zone. It sure looks like it is completely dry until the wood line but that would belie all the maintenance that the good folks at Range Control have been doing over the winter.
St. Mere-Eglise is one of those famed airbone-ing places that also doubles as an excellent place to run your furry friends. We don’t keep her on a leash until she is so completely exhausted that she walks up to us and presents to be leashed so that she knows it is time to go. She rarely drinks water without being mixed with food and only after she runs for a couple miles will she drink some water (pictured, the collapsible bowls).
Looking completely lowered, Hank sits at a level that is great for getting stuff in and out of. I lower it down only out of sheer laziness and also needing to load hundreds of pounds of material for preparing our house to sell. One of my major concerns with buying an aftermarket wheel and tires were if I would still be able to access wheel height. However with the BFGKO2 and Compomotive PD1881.
A little over a year ago, a calling to do more and explore the outdoors beckoned. To reach these stunning mountain vistas, secluded forests, or sandy beaches, the perfect vehicle was needed. This is my dedication to all things Hank, the LR4.