Monday, November 28, 2011

IPcam










Finally got around to firing up the IPcam again - its been offline since April.  Gave the housing, camera, and lens a good cleaning.  Had to patch the last bad cow cable chew then I built a temporary rig to find a good spot off my front porch.  As soon as I decide on the final point of view, I will weld up something permanent.  Began setting block in the south wing to prep for a fourth level of pavers.  51,69,23,0,B

7 comments:

Allen Hare said...

Maybe you could try pepper spraying those cables. Then again, maybe the cows would consider the pepper spray as seasoning, and chew the cables even more....

mohave rat said...

I always enjoy some pepper on my cables.

Dani said...

Cool - thanks John. I have just watched your (camera) temperature go from 36oF to 53.6oF in 10 minutes - that's hectic :)

Dani said...

And what are you going to eb using all those pallets for...?

Michael Peck said...

Hey John, I thought you might like this story about a Manhattan fashion photographer who bought a farm in the Catskills

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/24/garden/an-upstate-farm-brings-a-fashion-photographer-back-to-his-roots.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&hpw

BBC said...

I'm wondering how big that area is.

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