WARNING: USE THIS INFORMATION AT YOUR OWN RISK. We are obviously not bridge experts, so we do not know all of the accurate information on how to create an expert bridge. Building a bridge like this can break and cause harm to equipment and serious injury or even death. We do not advise you to replicate this bridge or attempt to build any bridge without an expert engineer's advice. This video simply shows how we built our own bridge to access different parts of our property. If you use this video as an example to build your own bridge you are doing it at your own risk, and we will not be responsible for any harm or injuries that may have occurred from you trying to replicate. FOR YOUR SAFETY DO NOT TRY TO REPLICATE THIS PROJECT. We built this bridge to access different parts of our property. The bridge turned out better than we expected and was strong enough for us to cross with a tractor. This will be a very nice addition to our property that will allow us to get to places we couldn't access with atv's in the past. As stated before, we do not advise any of you to try to replicate this project, this was just an example of our bridge we built by using treated wood we had laying around and buying a couple more materials for the project totaling $200. This video was intended for entertainment purposes, information taken from this video is not recommended. Show your support: www.brunkoutdoors.com
To see the whole photo shoot with details on the construction, check out my website's article: http://baronvonbrunk.com/2015/?page_id=490 My largest LEGO creation to date: a 5-foot replica of an original Nintendo controller - that's actually wired to play as a real controller with my NES emulator! This video consists of about 20 minutes of raw game footage, sped-up x2 into a quick 3 minute montage with the orchestrated Super Mario Bros. theme song (by the Boston Pops Orchestra)! (photos by Gene Kennish, project and video by Baron Julius von Brunk) Built entirely from LEGO bricks, plates and tiles, and using the magic of Technic shock absorbers, I managed to create functional buttons which reciprocate when pressed. The large buttons make contact with momentary pushbuttons from Radio Shack, which are then wired and soldered to the circuitry of an actual NES controller taken apart. The controller uses a USB converter and ultimately plugs into my computer to play ROMs! Playing games on this thing is rather difficult, as it's like a giant arcade pad. Some games in particular that required dual usage of the A & B buttons (notably Super Mario 3 and R.C. Pro-Am); in some instances, you'll see me accidentally throw Mario off a cliff, as it's difficult to jump and hold on to the run [B] button simultaneously! Playing Dr. Mario and Tetris, on the other hand were rather simple. Merely coordinating the D-pad with a few pushes of the A button were all it took. -Baron von Brunk Featured games: Super Mario Bros. 3 R.C. Pro-Am Tetris Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Arcade Game Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers Dr. Mario Contra
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Find it on iTunes, CDBaby.com, Amazon. From Brunk's legendary MANIC ORGANIC Album featuring THREE of the world's greatest upright bass players: Dave Roe (Johnny Cash), Dennis Crouch (The Time Jumpers, Dolly Parton, Robert Plant), & Scott Mulvahill (Ricky Skaggs); and other greats such as Paul Allen, Mark Beckett, Joseph Wooten & more. Copyright 2015 Ron Brunk.
Meet Western Oregon University anthropology major Mark Nicolaysen and learn about his work at Historic Brunk House. Learn more about WOU's Anthropology program and all of the ways you can use these skills: http://www.wou.edu/anthropology/ Recorded August 2017
Judson Reid, Extension Vegetable Specialist, Cornell Vegetable Program Horticulture Section Seminar Series December 1, 2014 Also available via Polycom to A134 Barton Hall in Geneva. New York State has the fastest growing Amish population and ranks #4 in total Amish population. Much of this growth has occurred over the last decade. The Amish and Old Order Mennonites are transforming the cultural and agricultural landscape of the Empire State; active in dairy and produce. Far from homogenous the Plain Sects are diverse, discreet subpopulations with varying degrees of technology acceptance. This presentation will include demographics of the Plain Sects in NYS, cultural distinctions and opportunities for interaction with the Land Grant system.
It's my Birthday so today we do it all! Crates, a build, TDM and BA. Thanks for this awesome year! Stay Awesome, Stay Chum xD Want to make the channel better!! You can support me here: paypal: email@example.com https://www.patreon.com/tableandchums?ty=h You can find us at the following social media XD Twitter https://twitter.com/Tableandchums Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tableandchums/463389803770209 Tumblr http://tableandchums.tumblr.com/ Blogspot http://tableandchums.blogspot.com.es/ Reddit https://www.reddit.com/user/Tableandchum/ Pintrest https://www.pinterest.com/tableandchums/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/tableandchums Skyrock http://tableandchums.skyrock.com/profil/ Or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Build insane robot battle vehicles that drive, hover, walk and fly! Add weapons from the future and jump in the driving seat as you take your bot into battle against other players in this competitive free-to-win action game. BUILD - A futuristic robot battle vehicle from cubes, add wheels, thrusters, wings, legs, tank tracks, rail cannons and plasma launchers DRIVE - Jump into the pilot seat of your robot and drive it into battle in jet cars, tanks, flying warships, helicopters, drones; anything your imagination desires. FIGHT - Battle online in massively multiplayer mayhem against players from all over the world on dedicated servers. - Over 200 cubes and components to collect and combine to make a million different Robot designs - Be part of a constantly changing metagame with new weapons, components and functionality added every month - Watch as your enemy's robot breaks apart cube by cube as you destroy them with powerful weaponry - Invite friends and chat in-game - Form Platoons and battle on the same team with your friends - Save your robots in the garage to the cloud and share them with other players via the in-game Robot Factory. - Free-to-win, everything required to get to the very top of the tree in Robocraft can be gained for free
Join Nate Brunk from Practical Garden Ponds as he gives his practical opinion on many products for your pond. In this episode, Nate gives an introduction to pond skimmers and why they are usually always an essential piece of equipment for a clean and low maintenance pond.
In the late 1840s, construction began for a suspension bridge at Wheeling, which spanned the Ohio River. Until that time, the National Road was not contiguous, as no reliable crossing existed over the Ohio River.Completed in 1849, the bridge was the longest suspension span in the world. Having thus become a part of the National Road, a toll gate was established that corresponded with the bridge. Like other gates along the National Road, travelers who wished to cross the bridge at Wheeling were charged a toll and issued a token. Struck on planed large cents and foreign coins, the blanked tokens were counterstamped with “THROUGH / 20 / WEST.” A rarity rating is tough to assign to these examples, as these are but only two specimens seen in many years. Brunk in his counterstamp book catalogs the specimen as T-258, and lists 4 known. Using Sheldon’s Rarity Scale, that would give it an R-7 designation. If anyone has any of these please message me. I would like to know more about it.
Join Nate Brunk from Practical Garden Ponds as he gives his practical opinion on many products for your pond. In this episode, Nate talks about different types of plumbing and tubing to use on your pond or water feature.