This morning, I looked over assorted video clips that I took when we first discovered Brick House 319 in June 2014.
I haven’t looked at any of the videos in months. So when I clicked on the initial video I filmed the first day, it was a reminder of the endless work it took for John to clear the backyard and haul out the outside hoard.
The video clip is a 360 degree view of the yard and back of the house.
John peered over my shoulder and said, “Oh my God, look at that!” “I forgot it looked like that.” He said, “You should post the video.”
Please excuse the fact that this is NOT a professional video. It’s not edited, and yes, I’m bitten by a mosquito at the end; at the time the backyard was infested with mosquitoes. I thought I had turned the phone off. It was still on and filming so please just ignore the amateur filming. I don’t know how to do video editing and I’m not sure that I have the time to learn how to do it right now. I have way too much on my plate, but one day, maybe I’ll have someone show me how to do it.
At the time I filmed this video, I had NO intention of posting it for the public to see; it was filmed over nine months before I started my blog on Brick House 319.