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Great gifs 19 August 2017 …


Must watch gifs collected by Bear …


Hope you had a laugh.

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Summer buckwheat flowers bloom Togakushi plateau – haruyuki onoue …

夏ソバの花が咲く戸隠高原・4K撮影

 Amazing this should be shared great quality …


“Togakushi In Togakushi plateau mountain range and snow of Hakuba mountains the background of summer buckwheat flowers have reached the bloom. Shooting date 2017 July 20.” (Google translation)

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This is really so beautiful!

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Hope you enjoyed あなたが楽しんだことを望み.


Visit haruyuki onoue on YouTube for many more I love the videos. はるゆき おのうえ

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Gros Morne National Park Newfoundland Canada in 4K Ultra HD – Amazing Places on our Planet …

This is spectacular I am sure you will love it also …


I follow Amazing Places on our Planet on YouTube and he publishes some amazing videos.

Great video with stunning images and I am sure you will enjoy.

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“Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List:: “More recent glacial action has resulted in some spectacular scenery, with coastal lowland, alpine plateau, fjords, glacial valleys, sheer cliffs, waterfalls and many pristine lakes”(quote from whc.unesco.org/en/list/419).
In the video – hiking in Gros Morne: Western Brook Pond Overlook hike and Gros Morne Mountain hike.” …

Hope you enjoyed and had a look at some of the other great videos.


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Collection of crazy videos 18 August 2017 …

MUST WATCH
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I hope you enjoyed.

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Great gifs 18 August 2017 …


Must watch gifs collected by Bear …


Hope you had a laugh.

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Bear’s really really sexy girls 18 August 2017 …


Bear wanted to share with you some really really sexy girls with their clothes on …

Well dressed and groomed girls are just so sexy to Bear.

but Bear really likes this girl …


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Tenterfield, New South Wales …

Drove down for lunch today to a very historic and important town in Australia’s history …

The “Tenterfield Saddlery” made famous by Peter Allen (Peter Allen was born Peter Richard Woolnough in Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia. He was the grandson of George Woolnough, whom Allen immortalised in his song “Tenterfield Saddler”. He began his performing career with Chris Bell as one of the Allen Brothers, who were a popular cabaret and television act in the early 1960s in Australia. He began performing as “Peter Allen” around the same time. Mark Herron, the husband of Judy Garland, discovered Allen while he was performing in Hong Kong.)

“Tenterfield is a town in New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the New England region at the intersection of the New England and Bruxner Highway’s.”

“In 1841, Sir Stuart Donaldson was running 18,000 sheep on a property that he named Tenterfield Station, after a family home in Scotland. Donaldson was the first premier of NSW and made biannual trips to Tenterfield to inspect his holdings there, which covered 100,000 acres (400 km2) of unfenced land. Tenterfield Post Office opened on 1 January 1849[3] and the township was gazetted in 1851 with allotments being sold in 1854. In 1858 gold was discovered at Drake (Fairfield) and shortly afterwards at Timbarra and Boonoo Boonoo. During 1859 an AJS Bank opened and an Anglican church was built the following year. In the 1860s the Tenterfield Chronicle was published, the district court was established; the building of a hospital commenced and a public school was opened. In 1870 the population was less than 900, but the town had five hotels, a school of arts and three churches. The existing Tenterfield Post Office was constructed in 1881.”

“Sir Henry Parkes delivered his Federation Speech in the Tenterfield School of Arts on 24 October 1889. He was travelling from Brisbane to Sydney, via the new Main North railway. The speech is credited with re-igniting the debate that ultimately led to Federation on 1 January 1901.”  Wikipedia

A humble building where the Australian Federation was initiated


Great day with friends and the best steak I have had for a long time