||Bird bath or
watering hole for deer?
I was given an old web camera
and was able to locate software drivers for it on the internet.
Realizing a camera pointing out the window was not the most
practical use of the device, heck I could just as well look out the
window, I decided to do something different and create my own
web site allowing anyone to see what might be happening here in
Ham Lake, Minnesota.
This is a link to my live
camera. Camera updates every 30 seconds between 7:00 AM and
5:00 PM (CT). Since nothing maybe happening on the live
shot, I also have a page that captures
detected motion. In addition to the camera pointing out
the side, another camera is positioned to watch the front and the
bird feeders. Several viewing options are available with this
camera. If you have a slow internet connection I suggest
still picture which is updated every 30 seconds or the
small video. If you have a
high speed connection give the large
video a try.
One of the latest toys
I have added to my collection is a Japan Radio Corporation (JRC) NRD-545 shortwave radio.
Coverage is from 10 kHz - 2.0 GHz It can be accessed and
monitored remotely. Or you can simply listen to what is
Herman Content is a very good friend I met through my online radio. Herman lives in
Gent, Belgium and has had a long interest in offshore radio. He got me interested too
and I find it fun to listen to the offshore operating on shortwave. Visit
website to see his vast colection of offshore radio inforamtion, pictures,
Current weather conditions
along with trends from my Davis Weather Monitor II station can be seen
|Wyoming Camping and Fishing
went to the Big Horns Mountains when we were kids. Now that we
are older, we have been going back to enjoy the peaceful beauty.
You can see some photos of my brother Paul and me on our
and fishing trips.
|IVIUDFS Comments and Workaround
Discussion on a software installation problem I had with a DVD and
the way I worked around it can be found here.
|Pictorial memories of my wife
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