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A music video about a father watching his daughter grow up; the passage of time and memories.
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Ep. #139 Yesterday - Song of a Father Watching His Child Grow up: Audio Remastered

On the 62nd day of our long adventure, we traveled to Moneterey and enjoyed the Monterey Bay Aquarium. I was able to capture some pretty beautiful shots of all the sea life there. It's a wonderful aquarium, and a must see if you are in the area. Then we did some exploring around the rest of the wharf area, and ate dinner at the Dust Bowl Brewing Company - it was excellent, and we highly
Unfortunately it looks like they are screwing up the data that was available in the dataset I was using (they removed the US states). I spent 2 days looking for a new solution, but I'm going to have to write some code to make it what I want. In the meantime, I wanted to get this out with the dataset that is currently available that would work with the bar chart software. This may be my last one
Our 61st day was spent exploring some of Santa Cruz' attractions: we went to Natural Bridges State Beach, which was a bit of a let down and there were way too many people there. Then we visited The Mystery Spot, which was pretty cool as far as optical illusions go. And the tour guide was funny as well. It's was $21 for 2 people plus parking, so, check it out if that's something you'd be interested
I have made this chart showing the confirmed Coronavirus cases for the top 20 US Counties. Along with a line graph. New York City, NY is now the epicenter of the US. Everyone needs to work hard to keep these numbers down! I will release a new chart often. BE SAFE! For more information and updates on the coronavirus pandemic, visit https://... Coronavirus bar race chart Subscribe: http://...
We didn't do too much on our 60th day, but it was McDonald's 40th anniversary, so we went and got their 40th anniversary happy meal. What a disappointment that was! ;-) Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot Subscribe: http://... Check out our site: http://... Facebook: https://... #thejohnnyoshow #johnorjias #McDonalds #40thAnniversary #review #HappyMeal #SantaCruz #California
Most of our 59th day was just spent getting caught up on some work while staying in Santa Cruz, but for dinner we tried out some Betty Burgers. They were actually very good burgers, and we definitely recommend you giving them a try if you have the opportunity. Along with Deschutes Black Butte Porter. ;-) Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot Subscribe: http://... Check out our site:
I hope this helps those people that are not quite getting how fast this is moving! I know there are other racing bar charts out there like this, but I have made this chart showcase the top 20 - not just countries, but down to the US State level. Along with a line graph. New York is now the epicenter of the US. Everyone needs to work hard to keep these numbers down! Notice how fast it starts
The 58th day of our trip was also our last day in San Francisco. We said goodbye by visiting the Painted Ladies and Lombard Street - the crookedest road in San Francisco - and we also got some baked goods at the Little Swan Bakery Cafe in Chinatown, which were absolutely delicious. Then we headed to our next stop, Santa Cruz, where I got to take a Tesla for a test drive. It was cool. ;-) Towing a
For our 57th day, we explored more of San Francisco - particularly Chinatown. After getting off the ferry, we took some time to look through the Ferry Building, which had some interesting finds. Robin enjoyed a cupcake from Miette Patisserie & Confiserie, and we enjoyed all the sights of Chinatown. We ate dinner at Begoni Bistro, which had excellent food. Then we had to visit the fascinating
On our 56th day, we take a ferry over to San Francisco, and we take some trolleys to explore the area. We spent a lot of time at Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39, taking in all the sights and sounds and enjoying all the local shops. We ate lunch at one of our favorites: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. on Pier 39, but we were a little disappointed with the service there... Then we had dinner at Wipeout Bar &
This video is a quick review of my install of the MicroAir EasyStart 364 RV Rooftop soft starter in my Rockwood Geo Pro's A/C unit. I then do some benchmarks to see how long I can run off of my Westinghouse Generator WH2200iXLT. Then I move on to mounting my RotopaX gasoline tank to the trailer's bike rack. This configuration works great and will cost around $800 Subscribe: http://... Check out
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