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Watching garden vids on rainy days...


By stan510


When I got the new PC,it opened a world to me. I had been unable to look at YouTube vids of any length,never in HD- that would freeze the PC.
Its great to see some of the greatest gardens in the world- inspiring me to pick up the slack,maybe make my own garden neat and tidy.
Just avoid watching any shaky vids. I swear- no joke- I watched one right after eating 2 oranges…and the 20 minutes of HD shaky camera work caused me to feel seasick. True!.I felt warm and sweaty…took me a few beats to realize that and the headache were caused by the video.
The last time I felt seasick was over 30 years ago fishing for Striped Bass on a PartyBoat-lol.

Otherwise, some great parts of the world to see. Tenerife? Reminds me of when Hayward goes up to z12 in the future. The same look of rainforest plants grown in a dry climate garden. I can relate to that better then a Miami garden.

As for cacti and succulents on Tenerife?- type in Jarden and 1080. That brings up the best vids of them. The ones in English are too…travel brochure like.

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Oh I have to agree with you there Stan, I had never used a computer until after I retired, buying my laptop and learning how to use it opened up a whole new world for me...

9 Mar, 2016


I do agree I use YouTube for all sorts of advice, from planting trees, pruning, painting furniture, installing wood burners the list is endless.......

12 Mar, 2016

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