European Gardens | UK | Getting to Rugby by Train | Travelogue

(lively orchestra music) I waved goodbye to Fiona, and stepped onto the train platform in Witham, bound for London. There’s no direct train from Witham to Rugby, so I had to take the commuter train back into London, and change trains. (lively music and sound of train) (baby cries) I’ve always enjoyed train travel. It’s […]

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Hoop House Construction, Part 2 of 3: Construction Materials and End Wall Options

Okay, let’s look at some hoop materials Steel As far as gauge … 14 gauge is probably the thinnest you ought to look at on a large structure The lower the number, the thicker the pipe wall, guys So, you know, 12 would be a thicker than that 14 gauge Um, we usually space these […]

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Camperplaats Molen de Hoop, ‘t Zand, Noord Holland, Nederland (English subtitled)

Camperstop Windmill ‘de Hoop’ (the Hope), ‘t Zand, Schagen, Netherlands €15.00/24h including water, electrity (6A), wifi, service station, toilets and showers Town ‘t Zand at walking distance. Schagen: 5 km (3 miles), North Sea beach: 6 km (3.7 miles) This camperstop is managed by volunteers Your money will be used entirely for the preservation of […]

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Hoop House Construction, Part 1 of 3: Types of Hoop House Structures

All right let’s look at these models We’ve already talked about the Quonset house The limitations of it It’s an arch, folks, the strongest structure It just is But there are some limitations with the, uh, What you can do close to the side of the house Any structures, in my opinion, of less than […]

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