I took a timelapse video of going down the chairlift at Blue Mountain. Can’t see a whole lot of the race as a lot of it was about a quarter mile to the left of the chairlift.
Oh no, it snowed! Then it snowed some more. And more. And more. This is just a simple timelapse I started before bed last night. The lens wasn’t so great, and that’s why it ends up getting blurry and then fixed. The snow really piles up around the 1:00 mark.
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Julia was part of the 4th/5th grade orchestra recital earlier in the week. Kaitlyn took a video of the two songs they played.
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Julia and her friend Landon did VexIQ yesterday and did really well. They built a small robot that they controlled to get some balls off a ramp and over a gate. They also work with other teams, trying not to get in each other’s way and work together. Here are a couple videos from yesterday. In each video, the robot that Julia and Landon built is on the right side of the table.
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The piano recital for Julia and Kaitlyn came early this year, but the girls still really well. The theme this time around was “Surprise” and there was no order to the program; the order was chosen at random. First up was Julia and Kaitlyn doing a duet.
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Then a bit later, it was followed up by Julia’s solo.
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Then Kaitlyn did her solo.
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Julia and Kaitlyn had their yearly piano recital tonight. They did a great job! Here are some videos of them playing.
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I put together a two day timelapse of a little snow we got last week. Pretty simple process, as I set up the camera downstairs, pointed it outside, and let it start taking pictures every 15 seconds. Thousands of pictures later, I stitched them together into this video.