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Posted By kenrg

Last Friday afternoon I finally made it to a local museum I'd been wanting to visit for months; the Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, here in the Santa Cruz Mountains. I spent nearly two hours there, talking to curator and Bigfoot hunter Mike Rugg, and his friend, Charlie. They didn't quite convince me of Bigfoot's existence, but they did impress me with their dedication, and I wouldn't be too surprised to find out that they're right. (To see the HQ version, watch on YouTube and click the "High Quality" link in the lower right of the screen).


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Posted By kenrg

This one is an all-travel video site, called "TripFilms.com." And, of course, i've set up a kenrg account and uploaded a few of my travel videos. Probably not anything you haven't already seen on YouTube, but maybe it's been a while... Check it out!


 
Posted By kenrg

This is some footage I shot l couple of weeks ago at the Jack London Ranch, in Sonoma County. The ranch, where he lived from 1905 till his death in 1916, is a California State Park and National Historic Landmark.

The images were tricky to work with because the lighting was so odd. I was up there during some of the worst of the wild fires, the air was thick with smoke, and their was an orange tinge to the sunlight. All in all, though, I think the video came out pretty good. I just with YouTube's rendering of it were better.


 
Posted By kenrg

This is the story of the "first video that I never made" and the circumstances and people who inspired it. Do you have a story about an event or a person that got you to start blogging or vlogging or otherwise taking part in an online community? If so, I'd love to hear it.


 
Posted By kenrg

The continuation of my day with Ira (citizenstand)... After lighthouse point, we went up to the Mystery Spot, a local tourist point. I've lived in the area for nearly 20 years, and this was my first visit. Ira's lived here his whole life (except for the last two, when he's been in Germany), and it was only his second visit.But, sometimes it's fun to be a tourist in your own backyard, so we went.

It's actually slightly more amazing and interesting in person than it appears on video. But not much. It's silly, and amusing, and fun, but not really all as eerie as they'd like people to think. Anyway, here's the video: