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  • #790
    Bobbie
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    I have photos and 25mb videos of Parkhill (totally washed out, but amusing to see), and the Mill Waves (5 surfs = 2 hrs including ferrying and carrying up) at 475cms (Galt reading).

    I have one particularly funny shot of Yuro getting snuck up on by Galtie, the Galt Ness Monster.

    Anyone got any tips for where I can host that sh*t?

    Cheers,

    ~R

    #15149
    mcayouette
    Participant

    Yep there are a lot of solutions to where you can post your videos and stuff… I have a website that can handle it no problem.

    If you know a little bit about FTP’s I’ll be able to assist you no problem!

    Free of charge!

    My website: http://ottawavalleyproduction.com
    Email: ottawavalleyproduction@gmail.com

    Cheers,

    Martin

    #15150
    yuro
    Participant

    hey Rob… that Galtie was pretty big.. <img loading=” title=”Smile” /> can’t wait to see that pic…

    hope the level will stay up till saturday so we can hit parkhill or mill waves again…

    #15151
    pg
    Participant

    Or let us know…we can host them for You!

    #15152
    mcayouette
    Participant

    Some sweet videos you got there!

    Martin

    #15153
    st.nick
    Participant

    how do i view these videos

    #15154
    mcayouette
    Participant

    For my website you need QuickTime 7 installed.

    Also you another thing you can do is copy paste the link from the video (if it doesn’t work) into QuickTime (File/Open URL).

    I’ll let you guys know when the video and picture from ParkHill are available.

    Good Luck,

    Martin

    #15155
    Bobbie
    Participant

    Thanks to Martin!

    I’d like to hear from someone who’s been to the Mill Waves before if that first wave is bigger at 300cms?

    Here are the two Mill Waves’ videos. Sorry you have to listen to me blah, blah, blah with my nose plugs on :roll:
    [url:27b5b76h]http://ottawavalleyproduction.com/OVP/boatwerks/MVI_4504.AVI[/url:27b5b76h]
    [url:27b5b76h]http://ottawavalleyproduction.com/OVP/boatwerks/MVI_4506.AVI[/url:27b5b76h]

    For those of you who doubted the stories of Galtie, the Galt Ness Monster, THAR SHE BLOWS!!!

    [img:27b5b76h]http://ottawavalleyproduction.com/OVP/boatwerks/IMG_4509.JPG[/img:27b5b76h]

    Ok… Remember where you put your boat in at Parkhill… Yeah, that’s the spot…

    [img:27b5b76h]http://ottawavalleyproduction.com/OVP/boatwerks/IMG_4514.JPG[/img:27b5b76h]

    Even if you seal launch from the wall, good luck surfing…

    [img:27b5b76h]http://ottawavalleyproduction.com/OVP/boatwerks/IMG_4515.JPG[/img:27b5b76h]

    Sorry again about my nose plug banter <img loading=” title=”Cool” />

    ~Bobbie

    #15156
    yuro
    Participant

    Rob, thanks a lot for the pics and videos…

    mcayouette, thanks a lot for hosting them…

    Rob, I’ll send you your pics and video once I get back to St. Kits on Friday….

    #15157
    harris
    Participant

    Awesome vids / pics.

    #15158
    Dunc
    Participant

    how do you get to these damn mill waves…i’m local so i just go down east river road and then what happens…please help the fat kid……

    #15159
    yuro
    Participant

    it’s pretty simple…

    at the split of Hw. 24 and East River you stay on East River Rd.

    after about 1.5-2 km there is going to be a small opening on the sholder of the road and the gate… park your car on that opening (do not block the gate) and hike down the path behind the gate… you’ll see the waves on the other side of the river from there…

    #15160
    pg
    Participant

    guess the server couldnt handle the traffic>? those links are dead…..

    #15161
    uriedog
    Participant

    sweet vid!! have not been there in so long, looks fun

    hey look at that my first post on the new board!!

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