Feb 262015
 


Here’s one more video before I go back to recording video responses for specific people.
Let me know what you think of the part of this video that I fast-forwarded — believe it or not, I’ve never done that to a video before.
I was going to make new bungee cords for the second bicycle’s basket, but changed my mind. I hope you like my better idea.

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Feb 242015
 


I’m getting ready to go test our new bicycle basket, and I’m also going to try this new sunscreen.

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BullFrog Marathon Mist Sunscreen: http://www.bullfrogsunscreen.com/marathon-mist.html

Feb 232015
 


Our bikes are now ready for a picnic. I bought a rear cargo rack for each bike, and one basket.

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Bell Rear Cargo Rack, similar to this one (same price):
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bell-Rear-Cargo-Rack/17254729

Electra Rear Rack Basket:
http://store.electrabike.com/product/electra+rear+rack+basket+black.do

Feb 122015
 


Yahoo Photo3D Group, this slideshow is for you. As I explain in the audio, it turned out exactly as I planned.
There are 8 shots recorded with my Fujifilm W3 3D camera in English Springs Park, Chino Hills, California.
Since the goal was to crop the images exactly in half in the width, thus ending up with portrait mode stereoscopic images, but still using my cubic illusion gag of close to 3.3% of the visible image width of net deviation, all I did in this case was increase the distance to the near point by 2x, with the far point at infinity.
It can’t get any easier than this, folks.
Have a great day, good luck and have fun!

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Feb 102015
 


Nidge, check this out.
You mentioned that you need a bicycle, and although the bike, horn, mirror and cup holder are important, these are just as important as any of those.

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