Sunday, April 25, 2010

Uncharted waters

We finally got a camcorder, and today I spent a rainy afternoon figuring out how to make something with it. I learned however that the camera should record in high res mode, if you don't want your video to look crappy like this one, but decided to post this anyway despite the
low res. So here's a little tribute to Baltimore and a day of no boat work!

6 comments:

Mid-Life Cruising! said...

Cool video! We'll have to dive into the same "uncharted waters" ourselves in the future. Have a great day!

jomamma said...

So cute... now you'll have this to look back at when you are producing documentaries for PBS in a few years. Love looking at life through your dog's hair.

Travis and Maggie said...

Mid-Life, thanks a bunch! I'm going to play around with the high res. settings but so far I think I'll have to take this toy back and trade up for an HD model.

Very Funny Jomamma, but there's no need for such cruel sarcasm.

jomamma said...

I'm not being cruel and sarcastic... I don't have a dog, I never knew what it was like, and I really like your dog's hair. What's wrong with doing documentaries for PBS... Ya'll could be the Norm Abrams of the boatworld.... This Old Boat instead of This Old House.

Travis and Maggie said...

Hey Jomamma, I was just teasing, I know you weren't cruel or sarcastic.. guess that didn't come out right. You know if T could I think he'd have a little shrine dedicated to N. Abrams, instead he only has the action figure he plays with. (not really...) Anyway doing documentaries is a bit of a childhoood dream, the one where I'd pretend to be on safari, so perhaps I should just have said thank you to you and left it at that. I'm learning how to accept compliments graciously (without sarcasm that is) so, thanks Jomamma, I appreciate your appreciation and encouriging suggestion!

jomamma said...

Not a problem, I think it's so cool that ya'll are restoring a boat. I admire you both for doing that. A house is one thing but a boat is much more work. You guys have to be SO careful with drills and stuff. You drill a hole in a boat and dry-wall spackle isn't going to help much.