MoT was a huge success this year. I’ve got a batch of photos up on Flickr, and here’s a little video I shot while coming down the mountain. (click to play). This is the first time I’ve used the suction cup mount on the outside of the car with the video camera. It held very… Read more »
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A couple more quick videos from the Memorial Day PDX event I did with SCCA (NER) at NHIS. It was a great event; very low attendance (just 25 folks had pre-registered), fantastic weather, plenty of instructors, and the BMWCCA curriculum. There were several times where I wondered if I’d somehow missed the checkered flag, since… Read more »
(click to play). Keep your eyes peeled at around the 1:00 mark.
I’ve purchased a fair bit of gear in the last few months for mounting both my video camera and DSLR in the car and I thought I’d take a few minutes and describe the setups I’m using. First up is the Gripper suction-cup mount from Filmtools (which I bought back in January and didn’t remember… Read more »
Ostensibly, we were going to check out Pete’s tint, but we all knew it was just an excuse to drive and eat. Despite the fairly crap weather, we attacked some good twisties, heard some good music, and ate well. Thanks everyone!
Playing around with a new suction cup mount that arrived last week. This one’s going to be a lot of fun…
Light stripe, originally uploaded by blalor. Did a little photoshoot in downtown Nashua last night.
Ignoramuses among us, originally uploaded by blalor. The profit from this vehicle went to a USA company. What country did your vehicle support? Ok, let’s just ignore for a second that the profit from the sale of your vehicle didn’t go solely to a “USA company”, but also to international companies that provided components. You… Read more »
New Hampshire seems to be the land of the personalized license plate. They’re fairly inexpensive ($30/year over the normal registration cost), so you see them nearly everywhere. The other night I saw a SINNER being chased by a SINGER and a DANCER. And on the way to work today I saw LSNCPL8. SCRAT and MATER… Read more »
Out with the old, and in with the new. Except that the old wasn’t that old, and one of the new isn’t that new. Goodbye Sputnik, Hello Scrat On Friday, I traded in my ‘05 MCS (Sputnik) and brought home an ‘06 MCS (Scrat). I’d been toying with the idea of upgrading as I neared… Read more »