show details Legend for my travel maps
Map of Lambert Creek area is 8 miles wide by 6 miles high.
Each square separated by a white line is one section, one square mile.
The two red lines separate Township and Range on the PLSS map system.
I have detailed logs in my journal, recording both location and hours,
thus making it possible to reconstruct my travels over the years here.
HOURS: Total time in the saddle, does not include ground training. Unique MILES: As measured on a flat map, the extent and distance
of roads and trails seen, and not measured more than Once. Calorie MILES: The colored thin lines are roads, the thick fat
lines show my travels by month.
The first frame shows the horse's color. The last frame for each month
shows the cumulative accomplishment as of month's end. Each color
bar makes a gradient for equal calorie-distance miles, 3/4 each way
for 1.5 mile round trip. Also roughly 10 minutes walking each way.
AVI only: One pass starts dim with 38% opacity, each additional pass
makes the line brighter, so that after 5 passes, the line is 90% opaque,
and after 10 passes it is solid.
Calorie miles. Also known as Indexed Miles, and popular with long
distance bicycle riders, this takes into consideration the hills, as
for each 232 feet of elevation that is climbed, the same energy is
burned, or consumed, as equal to one flat mile.
How did I accomplish this mapping with my health limitations?
Remember, I do have a technical background, and while I am very
against Electrosmog, I did not use wireless emitting equipment to
accomplish this map. This map is the culmination of 6 years work.
around Lambert Creek. As my horse became a trusty (Parelli) Level 3 partner, I was able to take videos from the saddle, with both hands on the camera.
Now you can experience the relaxing sights and natural sounds in the saddle.
This DVD covers all 4 seasons, from the heat of summer, to the frigid cold of winter, snow, ice, spring green, and autumn orange, but no summer smoke.
I include a varied mix of locations and seasons of selected trails, picking the best from the many miles possible.
What is included on one completely packed 4.7 GigaByte DVD+R is: 1 hour 19 minutes of unique footage from the rider's viewpoint in the saddle:
2010-Jun - Lambert Creek National Forest Trailhead (featured above)
2010-Jun - Old Stage Trail 1, pan around at viewpoint, then down Nf-2156250
2010-Jul - Up hill and east on N.Lambert Lane looking at valley below in summer bloom (featured above)
2010-Aug - Tree farm near S.Fork St.Peters Crk. Rd
2009-Oct - Nf-2154000 to Nf-2154750 overlook of valley (featured above)
2009-Oct - Wolfe Camp Rd west from Nf-2154, hills above Curlew Lake in distance
2010-Jan - N.Lambert Lane in snow
2009-Dec - Squeaky snow at 10°F
2009-Feb - From mailbox on Lane with deep snow along sides (featured below)
2010-Feb - Getting past icy patch on Lane
2010-Dec - N.Lambert Lane looking at valley below in winter
2009-Feb - Winter through woods
2010-Dec - Winter through woods with snow covered trees (featured below)
2010-Feb - Lambert Crk Rd as roads melt
2010-Mar - Nf-2154750 after logging, ride to overlook during spring melt (featured below)
2008-Jun - First video riding from mailbox on Lane during peak of wild flowers in bloom
2010-Aug - Up Lambert Mtn. Rd being followed by bossy mare
2010-Aug - Getting past a llamma on the lane, with unexpected results (featured above)
2011-Jun - Big washout on Nf-2156, creek became river and overran it's banks, leaving holes up to 3 feet deep (featured below)
Plus 30 minutes of other neat and amusing events, such as:
Horses playing, talking,
tearing around the field in autumn and deep snow for several minutes at a time,
meeting a goat and llamma for the first time.
Watch the expressions of a deer crossing the road.
Thunderstorm downpour and runoff
creek flooding and damage (Including this year's event),
our goat getting stuck in snow too deep for him, as he keeps falling thru the crust.
Tree cutting, and log rolling, with the amazing catch on video of a log round spinning and stacking itself.
This is great for children as well as stressed out adults looking to unwind.
Totaling 1 hour 50 minutes viewing time
NTSC Full Screen 4:3 format
No region code, can be played in NTSC DVD players worldwide
Rated [G] for Clean Entertainment for the whole family
High quality (not pixelated)
Only $9.95 plus $1.50 shipping sent out within one business day by First-Class Mail.
Happy customers said:
This is really great. I feel like I am there in the saddle. I can hear the sounds of the saddle and the horse. You should sell it online. - NancyV
I'm keeping this one. - JudyJ
I watched it over and over. You don't know how much it helps me relieve the stress, with the problems we're having. I can't ride, but would love to. Thank you. - KarenC
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A collection of 3 hours of hard hitting proof that Radio Frequency Electro Magnetic Radiation (wireless) is bad for your health.
Plus 20 minutes of my own video recordings showing me measuring my rural location, hilltops, and venturing into urban areas.
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