Reentrisk Aerial shot with a DJI Phantom 3. February 1st 2017. Passing some time and emptying the battery. I need to send off the controller unit as it has started to fall apart. Poor show really as I have not used the drone that much in the year I have owned it. It needs to be taken apart and fixed as buttons are falling off and it no longer switches on.
Watch a short film of the controller unit here
Since I put this film together the unit has started to split in half and the controller no longer starts….
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Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore Community Centre a Great Success. Script by Bill Griffin and further editing by Carina Mc Nally. Four nights of fun were had by the audience. The fourth year in succession that the panto has taken place. This year the sets, costumes and make up just seemed to be even better than the previous year. Also the children played a larger role and were outstanding. Thanks to Billy, Carina and Nadette for all their hard work. Also this year we were delighted to have Sarah Dornbush doing the sound and prompting which made it all a little easier for us, unseen here…..
On the fourth night there was some trouble with the fuse board, luckily with not much time to spare Aidan fixed it for us.
Watch the Shorter version here with some new clips
The video is the full length pantomime.
Watch the full Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore here
Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore
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Neil cycling Irish Nationals over the weekend taking part in the Criterium race and Road race. The races were organised by the O’Leary Stone Kanturk cycling club and participants travelled from all over the country.
The Criterium was run on a horrible wet and windy day and of the 47 starters most managed to finish. A tough race where you had to be careful on every corner due to the slippery conditions. Neil came in at 18th place just 5 seconds behind the winner. (Guessed time). His team had the three highest place riders in the team category so they came home with a National gold medal for the team. The actual individual winner came from North of the country, a great sprinter.
So with that result Neil was ready for his main event the 55KM road race on Sunday. He was confident and feeling strong. He got a King Of Mountain (Strava) on the first lap. Unfortunately at 35KM on a bad bend he slid off the bike due to the dampness and had to ride the last 20 KM on his own to try and catch the bunch. He did not make it so came in a minute behind the winner which was a great effort. He was disappointed, but that is racing.
Watch a short video here of the Criterium
Neil cycling Irish Nationals
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