For those that missing the 15th lawn mowing of the season yesterday, it was a big one. ;-)I thought, "What is wrong with me", before seeing that 18 other people were also watching grass grow. Knowing that some other people are also grass enthusiasts. Once again, for what we think is the eleventh or twelfth year, the emergency control room at RAF Fairford is monitoring two things...
Most of the leaves have fallen, so I attached the bagger and ran 'em over - a significant before/after change! Still, I've found that every blade of grass is different, and no blade should be judged or compare to another. Also do weeds, although whenever I eat weeds I feel as if im cheating on grass. First, the world's largest airshow, the Royal International Air Tattoo which starts tomorrow, and secondly, the WGG webcam!
Today almost anyone can set up a security camera and have the image feed directly to their smartphone or a dedicated website.
It may add a sense of security to know what’s going on at home, but if you fail to change the default passwords on the system you could be broadcasting to the world.
The camera was set up at the Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Centre in Langley, and lets viewers get a glimpse at how the species raises its young.