1. AWANA Grand Prix 2015

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    from Spring Creek Baptist Church / Added

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    Pinewood derby race through our AWANA kid program that meets every Wednesday night at 6:00pm during the school year. The boys and girls had fun making and racing their cars and even some adults got in on the excitement.

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    • Klamath Tribes Canoe Camp, Chiloquin, Oregon, 2014 -- Mbosaksawaas Wonj Snaybaks

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      from Max Guiley - VIDEO MAZAMA / Added

      Not to mention the WONDERFUL INCENSE CEDAR CANOE, and all the AROMATIC PILES OF WOOD CHIPS everywhere on the ground -- the overwhelming sense of culture and community fellowship was absolutely palpable during Canoe Camp 2014, held in Chiloquin, Oregon -- "Mbosaksawaas Wonj Snaybaks": The Flint Place (Chiloquin) Canoe Camp -- as translated by Monica Yellow Owl (here at this clickable 17:54 mark on the timeline), and marked on her own carved cedar canoe paddle. With this Culture Camp, as it is also called, was a most powerful feeling of goodwill, probity, and cooperative fellowship -- with all ages participating and interacting together closely, the way it used to be when the people and culture were strong and very connected to its roots. It can be that way again. One cannot help but envision this is the way the traditional culture was right here as re-enacted at Mbosaksawaas -- The Flint Place -- Chiloquin -- perhaps 300 years ago before genocide occurred so ruthlessly, and yet, too -- one cannot ALSO help but DREAM about, and actually forsee, a very real future where that very same palpable sense of close-knit Native community will reawaken and hold its space and vitality here forever more. Captured with: 1) Sony HDR-CX700V; 2) Sony HDR-CX560V; 3) Canon HF-M40; 4) Canon HF-M500; 5) Panasonic HDC-TM900K; 6) Zoom H2n external audio recorder. Edited on 27-inch i7 iMac with all possible upgrades for video editing. Editor's Note: From this video, I have learned that I will NEVER AGAIN PROCRASTINATE editing video files shot 8 months previously (not to mention keeping tons of digital still picture file copies from someone else's camera that long without labeling everything profusely -- but, THANK YOU, Perri McDaniel, for providing photographs for inclusion into this video!). Digital video and photo files kept this long from so many different cameras and from so many different days of shooting bring forth lots of head-scratching and cataloging after-the-fact -- and then, trying to put it all together 8 months later into some form of coherence causes panic in the editing office! However, I'm really GLAD I kept these precious video and photo files all this time, but it has been a REAL CHALLENGE putting it all together. I think what happened was that lots of other Klamath Tribal events were happening around this time, too, requiring a great deal of preparation and later editing -- such as the The Klamath Tribes 28th Restoration Powwow (preserved here: https://vimeo.com/106566514, here, https://vimeo.com/107676252, here, https://vimeo.com/106984837, here, https://vimeo.com/107213843, and the Powwow Parade here: https://vimeo.com/106410790 ), then, Klamath Tribes First Foods event (preserved at this link: https://vimeo.com/121533443 and here, as well: https://vimeo.com/121569098, and also here: https://vimeo.com/109311969) -- not to mention just plain ol' camping here and there, such as along the waterfalls and headwaters videos (https://vimeo.com/106343399 -- https://vimeo.com/106316808 -- https://vimeo.com/105609166 -- https://vimeo.com/105180579 -- https://vimeo.com/105853045 -- and here: https://vimeo.com/109220494 -- to mention just a FEW DISTRACTIONS, LOL. It was a fun summer, and now we're ready for more. Thanks for all your help and support, Wifelette Jackie, and for putting up with me during all those long sleepless editing stints into the wee hours until the sun rose again . . . !

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      • Small Bite: Spring Creek Suckas

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        On Sunday, March 8, 2015, Garrick and Andy hit the pavement 90 minutes north to Bellefonte, PA. Ben Rogers from Pigfarmink State Penn and Soul River was along for the ride and the guys also met up with Jack Fields (lv2nymph) who put them on a few spots for the day. We spent most of the day fighting high winds and coming up empty, although Ben managed to land a few big suckers and Garrick did bring a nice brownie to the net. Despite the lack of hookups, Spring Creek was a great trip and we'll be back there for sure! Film & Edit: Andy Link Filmed on a GoPro Hero3 and edited in iMovie Music: A Hymn to the Projectile by Cloudkicker (Ben Sharp) http://cloudkickermusic.com/music * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Read more on the blog: http://www.theblackgnats.com Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theblackgnats Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheBlackGnats Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblackgnats Buy flies and swag at our Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlackGnats

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        • Eating Together at Klamath Tribes First Foods, September 20, 2014

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          from Max Guiley - VIDEO MAZAMA / Added

          Klamath Tribes First Foods autumn celebratory event held at the headwaters of Spring Creek, near Chiloquin, Oregon. A.K.A: "WITAMOC SEIZES CAMERA!." The purpose of this video -- as well as its three companion videos: 1) Cooking at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 -- https://vimeo.com/109220494; 2) Raising a Tipi at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 -- https://vimeo.com/109220494; 3) Spring Creek Source, Southern Oregon, September 20, 2014 https://vimeo.com/109220494 -- is to preserve the natural beauty of the surroundings for this event for posterity -- and, in so doing -- encourage more people to attend and participate in future years. It is not tightly edited, as it was deemed better to just let the camera run and let the video capture events naturally, as they unfolded. For the parents of those mose-precious children shown in these videos, each video viewing over time will only become more and more priceless -- and, indeed, adorable (even in the humorously-defiant toddler's-style of one particularly too-adorable little guy in the red T-Shirt, Witamoc, or "Witts" ["Wittsie"] for short, who just COULDN'T LEAVE MY CAMERAS ALONE, LOL!) -- as more and more years go by. So, please enjoy as you will, and we ALL look forward to seeing you next year at this annual, most meaningful, and traditional event, and in all the ensuing years to come! Also, for more beautiful views of scenic Spring Creek and its highly unusual headwaters area, see also: 4) Spring Creek Multi Cam --https://vimeo.com/105609166; 5) Spring Creek Headwaters -- https://vimeo.com/105180579, and see how the crystal clear, exceptionally pure and sacred waters of Spring Creek bubble up from its refined black sand and right out of Mother Earth. Multi-Camera High-Definition video using: 1) Sony HDR-CX700V; 2) Canon HF-M500; and 3) Canon HF-M40. Edited with Final Cut Pro X on i7 27-inch i-Mac.

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          • Spring Creek, TN

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            December 6th, 2014 ~2.2ft

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            • Big Spring 11-04-2014

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              Started the day with a olive nymph on a #18 Tiemco 2487 hook, but had no takes. I reduced the tippet down to 6X and landed two rainbows on a parachute BWO tied on a #20 Mustad 94840 hook. A large trout rose to the same fly but didn't take the fly. I decided to rest the fish while taking a break for lunch. After lunch I changed to a larger fly, still on the 6X tippet, a Quill Gordon tied on a #16 Tiemco 900BL hook. This time the trout took the fly. Rod: Scott G855 8'-6" graphite Reel: SA System One 456 Fly Line; Cortland 444 WF5F

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              • Raising a Tipi at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 (Oops! Mis-Titled as 2012).

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                from Max Guiley - VIDEO MAZAMA / Added

                In the waning evening light of the September 20, 2014 Klamath Tribes First Foods Event, at Spring Creek, in Southern Oregon, Derek Kimbol and Perri McDaniel -- with the energetic help of quite a few others present just before dinner -- show, step-by-step, in real-time (not speeded-up time-lapse) the very real process of how to raise a Tipi. (The poles had previously been cut and peeled of native Lodgepole Pine from the surrounding forest by permit from the U.S. Forest Service.) Multi-Camera High-Definition video using: 1) Sony HDR-CX700V; 2) Canon HF-M500; and 3) Canon HF-M40. Edited with Final Cut Pro X on i7 27-inch i-Mac. The purpose of this video -- as well as its three companion videos: 1) Cooking at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 -- https://vimeo.com/109220494; 2) Eating Together at Klamath Tribes First Foods, September 20, 2014-- https://vimeo.com/121569098; 3) Spring Creek Source, Southern Oregon, September 20, 2014 https://vimeo.com/109220494 -- is to preserve the natural beauty of the surroundings for this event for posterity -- and, in so doing -- encourage more people to attend and participate in future years. It is not tightly edited, as it was deemed better to just let the camera run and let the video capture events naturally, as they enfolded. For the parents of those mose-precious children shown in these videos, each video viewing over time will only become more and more priceless -- and, indeed, adorable (even in the humorously-defiant toddler's-style of one particular little guy in the red T-Shirt, who just COULDN'T LEAVE MY CAMERAS ALONE, LOL!) -- as more and more years go by. So, please enjoy as you will, and we ALL look forward to seeing you next year at this annual, most meaningful, and traditional event, and in all the ensuing years to come! Also, for more beautiful views of scenic Spring Creek and its highly unusual headwaters area, see also: 4) Spring Creek Multi Cam --https://vimeo.com/105609166; 5) Spring Creek Headwaters -- https://vimeo.com/105180579, and see how the crystal clear, exceptionally pure and sacred waters of Spring Creek bubble up from its refined black sand and right out of Mother Earth.

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                • Spring Creek Source, Southern Oregon, September 20, 2014

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                  from Max Guiley - VIDEO MAZAMA / Added

                  An astonishingly CLEAN and beautiful place -- especially in light of the sorry state of the polluted outside world, considering this is one of the last places on the planet where it is still safe to drink the water right where it flows out of the ground . . . while laughing and listening to the scolding pine squirrels. Filmed during the Klamath Tribes First Foods Event at Spring Creek near Chiloquin in Southern Oregon, September 20, 2014. Multi-Camera High-Definition video using: 1) Sony HDR-CX700V; 2) Canon HF-M500; and 3) Canon HF-M40; Edited with Final Cut Pro X on i7 27-inch i-Mac. The purpose of this video -- as well as its three companion videos: 1) Cooking at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 -- https://vimeo.com/109220494; 2) Eating Together at Klamath Tribes First Foods, September 20, 2014-- https://vimeo.com/121569098; 3) Raising a Tipi at Klamath Tribes First Foods event, September 20, 2014 -- is to preserve the natural beauty of the surroundings for this event for posterity -- and, in so doing -- encourage more people to attend and participate in future years. It is not tightly edited, as it was deemed better to just let the camera run and let the video capture events naturally, as they enfolded. For the parents of those mose-precious children shown in these videos, each video viewing over time will only become more and more priceless -- and, indeed, adorable (even in the humorously-defiant toddler's-style of one particular little guy in the red T-Shirt, who just COULDN'T LEAVE MY CAMERAS ALONE, LOL!) -- as more and more years go by. So, please enjoy as you will, and we ALL look forward to seeing you next year at this annual, most meaningful, and traditional event, and in all the ensuing years to come! Also, for more beautiful views of scenic Spring Creek and its highly unusual headwaters area, see also: 4) Spring Creek Multi Cam --https://vimeo.com/105609166; 5) Spring Creek Headwaters -- https://vimeo.com/105180579, and see how the crystal clear, exceptionally pure and sacred waters of Spring Creek bubble up from its refined black sand and right out of Mother Earth.

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                  • Farmer mowing

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                    Farmer mowing crop near Spring Creek, Marlborough, New Zealand.

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                    • Big Spring 08-25-2014

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                      from DA / Added

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                      Landed several rainbows on a #16 Allen Special. I edited out a few seconds near the end of the video because the camera lens was covered when I was bending down to release a trout. Rod: Clapp & Treat Special by Montague, 8'-6", bamboo Reel: Pflueger Medalist 1494 DA Fly Line: Cadno silk, DT3F Leader: Quigley furled silk, 5-1/2'

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