Tour Of My Backyard Homestead

10.16.2018

I’m so sorry about the white dots on the lens. I’ve read that this is a common problem with the Canon G7x. Add to it that I’ve sat the camera next to my miter saw many times to film while cutting wood and you have a recipe for a “tiny particle party entering my lens” disaster. Canon will fix it for almost the price I paid for it, it’s not covered under the warranty and their only other recommendation is to buy a new one. Good times! 😊

So I’m currently taking camera recommendations. I’m looking for something with a manual zoom this time since the Canon has the slowest zoom on the planet. 🌎 No exaggeration. Meanwhile, we’re all stuck with looking at us in what appears to be a translucent snowfall, with snow that doesn’t actually fall but rather stays glued to our faces. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave them in the comments. Thank you for watching!

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So two days ago I cried into these stairs for soooo many reasons. If you've been following my stories, then you know the counter top installer cracked our IKEA no-longer-being-made kitchen sink. Because we had to run out and quickly buy a similar one, they didn't charge us for the install. Ya. What I didn't mention before is that even though these two came highly recommended, the install of the counters was poorly done. They left gouges in the wall, they didn't finish the trim and the trim they did finish was cut unevenly. Thankfully I knew how to fix everything but what a disaster. I should have just installed it on my own. Then this past Monday we had our carpet replaced. We paid extra so I wouldn't have to move the furniture. When they arrived, not only did they say that they don't move furniture, while it was being torn out (different than the counter top people), they tore off parts of the wall along the stairs. I only showed one photo in my stories but it was all along almost every step. Then he told me to expect lots of scuff marks on the wall. "It's to be expected. They should have warned you." What?! So I told him that I just finished painting this entire house and to please do his best in not scuffing them up. He agreed. They finished early Tuesday and as soon as they left, I got to work fixing their mess. Only this time around, it was a lot more challenging than fixing the counters. This is when I just broke into pieces. The next day we were refunded our "furniture moving" money but the damaged wall is in dispute. Ya. But let's look at the bright side, we were able to fix and repair all the damage left behind. Happy Thursday 👍 .
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