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New Hampshire Underground => Underground Projects => Topic started by: Tom Sawyer on July 27, 2012, 11:22 AM NHFT

Title: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on July 27, 2012, 11:22 AM NHFT
Dang it we need some fun...

Showing kids, families and friends having a good time in the Shire. It's a fun and a productive way to promote more folks to come join our efforts. The need to show others that there is more to do than get arrested.  ;D
If we create fun video associated, so much the better.

More info to follow...
Stay tuned!  :D

Meanwhile remember

Finding Life and Liberty in the Free State Project, Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykYVIUk-mqs

Finding Life and Liberty in the Free State Project, Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdDtvclolrs
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on July 27, 2012, 11:48 AM NHFT
good idea
each month we went for a nice walk in the woods with families and active singles (read "people that go outdoors") after the concord porcs meeting. It was nice to leave the political discussions behind and enjoy the river, woods, and conversations. :)
I would be interested in buying some ad time for any video or sponsorship for any events.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on July 27, 2012, 08:27 PM NHFT
The walks after the Monadnock Porcupine Meetings were always a good time, as well.

Thanks for the offer of support.  :) 8)

I neglected to mention that bicycling was the main thrust of the get togethers... thus the spin off name of Tour de Shire, from the Tour de France...

At this point it seems that Winchestershire, Keeneshire, and Graftonshire would be featured. Much as with the videos I posted links to, we would include some other fun stuff from each place. Graftonshire during it's Apple Festival would be a nice time to do it to include a destination of the Peaceful Assembly Church. Perhaps we could try to attend an Apple Seed Shoot, although I don't think we would ride our bikes over to there... we are doing the easy going, lazy folks, joke version of the "race".  ;D

We have friendly offers for the three Shire destinations, so far. Would anyone else be offering other Shire destinations? Manchestershire seems appropriate, as an example.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Pat K on July 28, 2012, 12:50 AM NHFT
Very cool now if you could only figure a way
that we would always be going down hill.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on July 28, 2012, 03:24 PM NHFT
Very cool now if you could only figure a way
that we would always be going down hill.

Start on top of Mount Washington.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on July 28, 2012, 04:15 PM NHFT
There is no way any of us can compete with and hope to match PatK's potential energy.

"First man to break the speed of sound on a bicycle."   :o

William's ability to keep pace with me has improved, better 18 speed bike, he's taller and stronger... but, dad's downhill speed greatly exceeds his. Top gear, pedaling full power downhill... haven't clocked myself, but I would say 50+ mph.

We have ridden down from the mountain peak to the west of Keene on Rt. 9 to town... that's pretty fun.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on July 29, 2012, 10:57 PM NHFT
in grafton the rail trail might be nice
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on July 30, 2012, 12:19 AM NHFT
in grafton the rail trail might be nice

Goes right to the Peaceful Assembly Church.  8)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on July 30, 2012, 01:47 AM NHFT
part of the fun
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 11, 2012, 07:23 AM NHFT
(http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=24285.0;attach=8501;image)

OK... Putting the finishing touches on the first episode of the Tour de Shire, Grafton Apple Festival.

The piece is dedicated in memory of Lloyd Danforth, founding Cider Meister.

Looks really good, foliage is beautiful. Features music from Rich Angel and John's daughter Maria (need her full name) what a lovely song she did.

KB, would you ask Ben if he is interested in helping promote this on YouTube. He had some good ideas and seemed to have done pretty extensive research on the subject.

My goal is to make a splash with these videos. Grafton comes across as a nice destination.

Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Jim Johnson on October 11, 2012, 07:37 AM NHFT
(http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=24285.0;attach=8501;image)

Grafton comes across as a nice destination.



The grave stones make it more of a final destination.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on October 11, 2012, 11:34 AM NHFT
KB, would you ask Ben if he is interested in helping promote this on YouTube. He had some good ideas and seemed to have done pretty extensive research on the subject.

My goal is to make a splash with these videos. Grafton comes across as a nice destination.

I sure will. He's about to leave for the weekend, but whenever you get it posted I'll get him on it.

I'm looking forward to the series. I think you have a great idea here, and a good promotional tool.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 11, 2012, 05:40 PM NHFT
KB, would you ask Ben if he is interested in helping promote this on YouTube. He had some good ideas and seemed to have done pretty extensive research on the subject.

My goal is to make a splash with these videos. Grafton comes across as a nice destination.

I sure will. He's about to leave for the weekend, but whenever you get it posted I'll get him on it.

I'm looking forward to the series. I think you have a great idea here, and a good promotional tool.

Thanks,  :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 11, 2012, 05:45 PM NHFT
Rich does a nice cover of the Grateful Dead's song "Box of Rain" which he dedicates to Lloyd... as often happens, I can't get the song out of my head. Particularly poignant lyrics which were written, by Robert Hunter, for Phil Lesh's dying father...


Quote
Look out of any window, any morning, any evening, any day.
Maybe the sun is shining, birds are singing,
No rain is falling from a heavy sky.
What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through?
For this is all a dream we dreamed one afternoon, long ago.

Walk out of any doorway, feel your way, feel your way like the day before.
Maybe you'll find direction,
Around some corner where it's been waiting to meet you.
What do you want me to do, to watch for you while you are sleeping?
The please don't be surprised when you find me dreaming too.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: John on October 11, 2012, 07:44 PM NHFT
Maria (need her full name) what a lovely song she did.


sent Maria a link 2 this thread so she can give you some info, Tom...
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 11, 2012, 08:30 PM NHFT
Maria (need her full name) what a lovely song she did.


sent Maria a link 2 this thread so she can give you some info, Tom...

Thanks John. I recorded the first song she performed. She has a good voice  :D, the lyrics were spot on for the piece and she looked great in the video. The guy that played lead did a very nice solo as well.  8)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 13, 2012, 11:54 AM NHFT
(http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=24285.0;attach=8501;image)

Grafton comes across as a nice destination.



The grave stones make it more of a final destination.
yes that is a rough neighborhood to get out of;-)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 13, 2012, 11:59 AM NHFT
This video should help People get to know the places
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 13, 2012, 05:14 PM NHFT
What people are saying after the exclusive sneak preview.

"The film is now the movie..."
Mr. Green Jeans
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on October 14, 2012, 01:13 AM NHFT
I heard the producer was goofing around on a roof with some stooges instead of editing video...
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 14, 2012, 04:28 PM NHFT
What people are saying after the exclusive sneak preview.

"The film is now the movie..."
Mr. Green Jeans
how is it doing on rotten tomatoes?
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 14, 2012, 06:25 PM NHFT
What people are saying after the exclusive sneak preview.

"The film is now the movie..."
Mr. Green Jeans
how is it doing on rotten tomatoes?

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/94/Certifiedfresh.png)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 15, 2012, 10:00 AM NHFT
Encouraging families to commit to uprooting and relocating to New Hampshire, requires the enthusiasm of the wives and children... they need to see that there is more than civil disobedience and running for political office going on in the movement.

Tour de Shire
Exploring the Free State
New Hampshire

Visually showcasing the beauty, fun and camaraderie of the Free State Project's choice of New Hampshire as a wonderful destination.

A series of films shot in High Definition.
produced by
politicalGRAFFITI


First in the series...
Grafton, New Hampshire Apple Festival
Free State Project participants, families, friends and supporters gather at the Peaceful Assembly Church for a day of celebrating the harvest and the seasonal change in the picturesque, (almost) Free Town of Grafton, New Hampshire.

Dedicated to the memory of Grafton activist Lloyd Danforth who passed away in August.

Follow along as William, former president of the New Hampshire Underground, bike rides amongst the fall foliage; enjoys apple dishes among fellow liberty loving families and friends; and continues Lloyd's legacy by using and teaching others how to operate the antique cider press.  Featuring the musical performances of Rich Angell performing Box of Rain, and members of The Rose Project, Maria Rose and John Foerter performing Break Away.

The day ends around the campfire at historic Hoyt Farm...where freedom, self ownership and local control are celebrated symbolically by burning UN flags, a tradition that Lloyd enjoyed and is surely smiling down upon.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Jim Johnson on October 15, 2012, 10:19 AM NHFT
Is it opening soon at theater near me?
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Free libertarian on October 15, 2012, 04:36 PM NHFT
Is it opening soon at theater near me?

You could have been in it, but instead we got a guy that looks like Russell to play you.   ;D
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 15, 2012, 05:50 PM NHFT
Is it opening soon at theater near me?

You could have been in it, but instead we got a guy that looks like Russell to play you.   ;D

Ahhhh jeez now you're wishing bad vibes on me with the Screen Actors Guild.

Dang I should have made Lloyd masks...
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 15, 2012, 05:51 PM NHFT
Is it opening soon at theater near me?

Still trying to find one of those cool old spotlights to sweep the sky at the premiere. Bob you should wear your best overalls!
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 15, 2012, 05:53 PM NHFT
More of what people have been saying...

"It's Colorado all over again!"
Jerry
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Jim Johnson on October 15, 2012, 06:26 PM NHFT
Is it opening soon at theater near me?

You could have been in it, but instead we got a guy that looks like Russell to play you.   ;D

No doubt a man who is wildly handsome, debonair and strong; in touch with his feminine side, because she likes it?
I shall wait to see this film
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Pat K on October 15, 2012, 08:06 PM NHFT
No doubt another momentous work from the mountain top!
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 15, 2012, 08:29 PM NHFT
What if we both show up for the premier?
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on October 16, 2012, 07:31 PM NHFT
What if we both show up for the premier?

Cat fight on the red carpet?

Hey Tom, this thread is timely:

http://forum.freestateproject.org/index.php?topic=25912

Quote
I'm a complete newbie here, but noticed right away that the FreeStater population seems to be somewhat individual-oriented. I haven't had much time to really think about this -how/where to attract families, but I thought I 'd throw it out to see if I'm on the right track. Is my assessment correct that there aren't many families involved yet? I'm thinking that there are quite a few religious groups who are having large families these days who may be interested if they learned of the project, as well as maybe other groups who are focusing on raising larger families. Is this a direction to look into?
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 16, 2012, 07:51 PM NHFT
Thanks KB,

I responded on the thread and started a Tour de Shire thread over there. (http://forum.freestateproject.org/index.php?topic=25916.msg280541#msg280541)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: John on October 17, 2012, 05:55 PM NHFT
"...reverbnation page.  Will you please forward it to to Tom Sawyer?  Thanks!!

http://www.reverbnation.com/theroseproject
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 18, 2012, 07:31 AM NHFT
"...reverbnation page.  Will you please forward it to to Tom Sawyer?  Thanks!!

http://www.reverbnation.com/theroseproject

Thanks John...

and tell Maria they made the film extra special for me.  :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 18, 2012, 07:35 AM NHFT
Tour de Shire
Exploring the Free State
New Hampshire
Grafton Apple Festival 2012


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfdrTaRpYog&

Please help promote these films by sharing them through Facebook and other means. The success of the project and my continued investment depends on it.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Raineyrocks on October 18, 2012, 11:06 AM NHFT
Tour de Shire
Exploring the Free State
New Hampshire
Grafton Apple Festival 2012


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfdrTaRpYog&

Please help promote these films by sharing them through Facebook and other means. The success of the project and my continued investment depends on it.

Wow, that was awesome!  :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Becky Thatcher on October 18, 2012, 01:16 PM NHFT
Thanks Rainey!  Glad you liked it.  And thanks for letting Tom know.  He put a lot of work into this project and its nice to get feedback. :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Raineyrocks on October 18, 2012, 01:22 PM NHFT
Thanks Rainey!  Glad you liked it.  And thanks for letting Tom know.  He put a lot of work into this project and its nice to get feedback. :)

Your welcome Becky.  :)  I love it!  I cried when I watched the dedication to Lloyd, that was so beautiful.  Your son looks like such a happy person too. :)  You guys are doing such a great job, (sorry, I couldn't think of a better word), letting him experience so many good things in this world.

Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on October 18, 2012, 03:29 PM NHFT
Just needs more kids. I have one available for loan.  ;)

If you make your way north to Lancaster for more filming, the 11 year old next door has become big buddies with JD, so there's one more for your crew.

Great job. I'm glad you could get the foliage. The peak was perfect this year.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: jerry on October 18, 2012, 06:50 PM NHFT
Just watched your video.
I Laughed, I Cried! It Was Better Than Cats! I'm going to see it again and again!

My only disappointment was that it was too short to cover the subject thoroughly.  I think the Applefest deserves a feature-length treatment.  Maybe not on the order of The Iceman Cometh (239 mins.) but at least The Right Stuff (193 mins.) 

Keep up the good work.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Pat K on October 18, 2012, 10:10 PM NHFT
 That was so good I can't even bring myself to
insult you in any way. Thanks Roger!
Great Job!
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 19, 2012, 08:36 AM NHFT
Thanks for the positive feedback folks.  :)

Please share it, or whatever you Facebook folks do to promote things you like.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: John on October 19, 2012, 08:36 PM NHFT
I don't have the words... :)

ITS AWESOME!

VERY NICE.

Thanks for what you do.

I've shared with it on Facebug, including on Peaceful Assembly Church's page and the "U.S. Out of Northern New England" page.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 19, 2012, 10:52 PM NHFT
I don't have the words... :)

ITS AWESOME!

VERY NICE.

Thanks for what you do.

I've shared with it on Facebug, including on Peaceful Assembly Church's page and the "U.S. Out of Northern New England" page.

I'm glad you liked it John, I was hoping it would represent your church and the event well.

Thanks for hosting a successful event. The colorful signs you made, the facility you own, and your daughter  ;D were all important features in the film.   8)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 20, 2012, 05:05 AM NHFT
I haven't been able to see the whole thing yet but very cool
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: jerryswife on October 20, 2012, 10:19 AM NHFT
I loved it! Short and sweet but rich and dense. You captured the essence of a wonderful event. Applefest was worth the 500+ mile drive to get there and your film allows me to relive that fun day. Thank you.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Free libertarian on October 20, 2012, 11:00 AM NHFT
What if we both show up for the premier?

Premiere?  Why we gotta have a Premiere?  We have an Emperor already, next you'll want Khans, Czars, Tsars, and other impotentate type dignitaries.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 21, 2012, 01:01 AM NHFT
Boy that one comment on YouTube is so on the money.
This is not activism.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Jim Johnson on October 21, 2012, 07:48 AM NHFT
Boy that one comment on YouTube is so on the money.
This is not activism.

Why is there such a big difference between "activism" and "getting things done"?
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Kat Kanning on October 21, 2012, 03:07 PM NHFT
TomSawyer, the Tour de Shire movie is awesome!  It was great to see everyone, and I always love to listen to Maria and Rich.  Good to see the beautiful shire scenery!  Thanks for the great video :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 21, 2012, 03:24 PM NHFT
Boy that one comment on YouTube is so on the money.
This is not activism.

Why is there such a big difference between "activism" and "getting things done"?
I guess that guy will have to teach us

This video could be in the next fsp newsletter
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 21, 2012, 09:11 PM NHFT
I loved it! Short and sweet but rich and dense. You captured the essence of a wonderful event. Applefest was worth the 500+ mile drive to get there and your film allows me to relive that fun day. Thank you.

Thanks... "short and sweet but rich and dense"... you figured my style out.  :D 8) That's what I try to achieve.

I was torn, because I wanted to use more, such as your winning a raffle drawing... but the 10 minute time limit made me have to trim things tight. Less is often more, when you can pare things down to their essence.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 21, 2012, 09:14 PM NHFT
TomSawyer, the Tour de Shire movie is awesome!  It was great to see everyone, and I always love to listen to Maria and Rich.  Good to see the beautiful shire scenery!  Thanks for the great video :)

Glad it worked for you Kat.  :)

The piece resonated with the ladies... heck I made Rainey cry... weird that made me happy.  ;D Seriously that means I hit the mark I was shooting for.

Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on October 21, 2012, 09:16 PM NHFT
Boy that one comment on YouTube is so on the money.
This is not activism.

Why is there such a big difference between "activism" and "getting things done"?


Yeah people relocating to create a new life, and a new world... that's not activism.  8)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on October 21, 2012, 09:46 PM NHFT
Wasn't it apple pie in my lifetime?
Or was that happiness
Or just the freedom To pursue it
Or was freedom to ear apple goodies
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on August 26, 2013, 04:26 PM NHFT
I used this nice image of the Lloydster in the Tour de Shire, Grafton Apple Festival video and neglected to credit the photographer... now I want to know who took the shot... anyone know? Bueller?

(http://arafwchnawr.com/images/388924_3590675457645_1477203520_n.jpg)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on August 26, 2013, 10:08 PM NHFT
Hmmmm
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: jerry on August 26, 2013, 10:27 PM NHFT
I used this nice image of the Lloydster in the Tour de Shire, Grafton Apple Festival video and neglected to credit the photographer... now I want to know who took the shot... anyone know? Bueller?


Your wife posted it here last September: http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php?topic=24289.msg345276#msg345276

Why not ask her where she got it from?

It's the same one I used for the Burning Porcupine t-shirt.  Heck it might even be one of mine.  My pictures are scattered across a dozen computers, so I don't know if I could find the original if it is.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on August 26, 2013, 10:46 PM NHFT
I used this nice image of the Lloydster in the Tour de Shire, Grafton Apple Festival video and neglected to credit the photographer... now I want to know who took the shot... anyone know? Bueller?


Your wife posted it here last September: http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php?topic=24289.msg345276#msg345276

Why not ask her where she got it from?

It's the same one I used for the Burning Porcupine t-shirt.  Heck it might even be one of mine.  My pictures are scattered across a dozen computers, so I don't know if I could find the original if it is.

hahahahaha.... the mystery thickens.

When I look at the address of the image it was something posted to Facebook. And I must have posted it using her Underground account because she doesn't know how to use the image tags and stuff required. I'm thinking it might be one of your images, at least that's kind of what my addled mind is somewhat remembering.  ;D As an old friend of mine used to say I'm "all ate up with the dumb ass."  ;D

It's just my penalty for not crediting the photographer originally...
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on August 27, 2013, 03:25 AM NHFT
It's a great pic of the Lloydster being less-than-curmudgeonly and breaking into an open smile.  :)

And if anyone wants apples for the Grafton Apple Fest or any other reason, feel free to get all you want out of our yard in Lancaster. When we bought the place we thought some of the trees were fruit trees, but great googly-moogly, we have apples rolling down Route 3, baiting bears into town, can't mow the lower patch of lawn.....
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: MaineShark on August 27, 2013, 07:59 AM NHFT
...can't mow the lower patch of lawn.....

Sure you can.  You'll just make applesauce when you do.
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on August 27, 2013, 08:37 AM NHFT
He he
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: KBCraig on August 27, 2013, 09:41 PM NHFT
...can't mow the lower patch of lawn.....

Sure you can.  You'll just make applesauce when you do.

And make great friends with the neighbors, for sure!
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: ptb on September 02, 2013, 01:15 PM NHFT
Tom Sawyer, I'm the one who took the photo.  Here's the originals:

(http://cdn.ptb2.me/lloyd/2011-09-25%20@%2015.02.11.JPG)

(http://cdn.ptb2.me/lloyd/2011-09-25%20@%2015.02.13.JPG)

(http://cdn.ptb2.me/lloyd/2011-09-25%20@%2015.02.15.JPG)

Please feel free to download them if you'd like copies while they're up on my web host (eventually I'll take them down).

- Peter
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on September 02, 2013, 02:00 PM NHFT
Thanks... the cropped version was especially nice. I think I grabbed it off facebook, thinking it might be useful later, and neglected to note that you were the photographer. My apologies, thanks for clearing that up.  :) The dissolve between that shot and the foliage on the mountain was kind of like Lloyd's spirit.

(Also, again, that software was a godsend)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: ptb on September 02, 2013, 02:25 PM NHFT
I'm not offended/worried at all about being credited.   ;)  I'm just glad it was useful.

- Peter
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on September 02, 2013, 02:54 PM NHFT
cool
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: jerryswife on September 03, 2013, 01:39 PM NHFT
PTB, do you mind if I use the image in an art piece? Please and thank you.

Barbara
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: ptb on September 03, 2013, 02:00 PM NHFT
Consider them in the public domain. Feel free to use them in any way you'd like.  :)

- Peter
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Friday on September 04, 2013, 08:04 AM NHFT
Tour de Shire
Exploring the Free State
New Hampshire
Grafton Apple Festival 2012


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfdrTaRpYog&

Please help promote these films by sharing them through Facebook and other means. The success of the project and my continued investment depends on it.
Better late than never (I don't log in here much these days): I posted it to the FSP group on Facebook.  :)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on September 04, 2013, 09:50 AM NHFT
Tour de Shire
Exploring the Free State
New Hampshire
Grafton Apple Festival 2012


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfdrTaRpYog&

Please help promote these films by sharing them through Facebook and other means. The success of the project and my continued investment depends on it.


Better late than never (I don't log in here much these days): I posted it to the FSP group on Facebook.  :)

Awesome, thanks.  :D
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Russell Kanning on September 04, 2013, 04:41 PM NHFT
We like spreading out the promotion for time less items :-)
Title: Re: Tour de Shire
Post by: Tom Sawyer on September 04, 2013, 05:41 PM NHFT
We like spreading out the promotion for time less items :-)

It does have a potentially long shelf life.  :)