#sanjiang

i'm posting this again. with the part 6 before i mistakenly added the same song as is in part 5. i was tired. i will delete the first part 6 with this replacement. to err is human.
now, the next day i'm rectifying that mistake with a song by Vas Myers & Julie Weiler. I knew Vas's parents when we were in the same missioin home in the Philippines in '77. His father was also talented & used to play a 12 string.
in the video you can see the ladies working in the field planting tea bushes. in an earlier video (the day before) you see them clearing the field & burning the weeds & grass they cleared. Sanjiang is famous for green tea besides their wonderful wood architecture that fits together without nails. the bridge i show repeatedly was built in 1912.

1 month, 3 weeks ago

this is the 5th installment & i've still got one more memory card I haven't touched. ha. just finished weeding through the 2nd 16GB card.
happy trails. enjoy the music. sorry i didn't put the lyrics up. i'm just too tired. it's now almost 1AM here in China, can't do it all.
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1 month, 3 weeks ago

i'm hoping to continue to keep posting some of my travel pics & films.
it's more of the same, but showing different places in sanjiang with some of my favorite music going.
happy trails.

2 months ago

i was able to get away for a few days last week. Sanjiang 三江
great relaxation of mind & spirit & good exercise hiking in the towns & the mountain paths. "the meek shall inherit the earth." these simple montagnard people famous throughout southeast asia & into the philippines & other islands will survive long after modern man has blown himself to pieces.
notice that they are being chemtrailed too though.
i'm planning more of these videos from my 40 GBs of pics & films. too bad i don't have such a great camera. just a simple canon ixus. oh well.

2 months ago