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Lockdown looming, riding in to the woods for a bit of fresh air

I am heading out into the forest for a bit of fresh air. Since I can do that without bumping into a lot of other people it is quite safe. So I will show you around a bit of the trail that I visit when I can. So come #withme and let's have a look at it. 

Despite having a bad case of the fly and pneumonia, I recovered after 8 months and can sort of breathe again, so there is hope.

Let's not focus on what we can't do right now, but what we CAN do and get the most of it before a 100% quarantine. So I am working on staying positive and finding strength in improving instead of looking at what can't be done.


First you get the money, then you get the power, then you get the toilet paper.

Now that shoppers everywhere have been hoarding and stockpiling toilet paper, it has become clear that it is clearly the new metric by which your superiority can be measured.

C64 VLOG #2 Let's see if something have crawled inside and died after 30 years in the attic

After being reunited with my Commodore 64 after 30 years, I open it up and take a look if anything has crawled inside it to die or if there's any sort of damage to the hardware.

Episode 1: https://youtu.be/_boW_c8f1_M

Main Playlist for this video: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

Greatest hits and personal favourites

I have made quite a few videos by now, here’s a mix of personal favourites  and popular videos.

 Too bad I can’t afford making more like these every day. :D

“Cruising the red rocks” takes you on a drive up Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR-179). A favorite because it is one of my favorite places in the world.

“Made in America” mostly takes place in Village of Oak Creek, AZ with a small detour to La Jolla, San Diego and Santa Monica, Los Angeles. This is one of my favorites because I really like how it turned out

“The record low water level at Lake Mead” was an idea I came up with while planning a small vacation by myself and it ended up getting a lot of views (compared to what I am used to). So I made a sequel half a year later when I went back, and it also got a lot of views.

  “Artsy Fartsy 4K Monster Goodness” is a compilation of a number of timelapse shots from a number of places.

34000 views and 100 likes, insane. Not entirely sure what I did right. :) But it was fun to make.


Solar Power

I have a photovoltaic installation on my roof and I keep a close eye on it. I have written a few small programs in Python to log data into a database and display some of it. This is a live graph of the output for the last 24 hours. Updated every 10 minutes between 05 and 22. Click on graph  below for more detailed information. 

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