Views:9376|Rating:4.96|View Time:12:52Minutes|Likes:278|Dislikes:2 Norfolk is so beautiful! From the quaint and picturesque riverside communities in Norwich, to the piers and docks along the Norfolk Broads, to the grey seal communities, and the lush gardens and historic grounds of the Blickling Estate dating back to hundreds of years!
Aicelle and I were truly blessed to be able to see all of this together with some cast members of the Miss Saigon UK tour and our foster parents in Norwich Kuya Dave and Tita Ressie Carter who took us on an unforgettable boat ride complete with all the Filipino food that we all missed!
We really hope to have a chance to visit this beautiful slice of heaven in the United Kingdom again.
All videos filmed and edited on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
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Views:401|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:51Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 Norfolk United Methodist Church is a small, urban, African-American congregation in Norfolk, VA. The church is experiencing renewal through prayer, sacrificial giving and revisioning by church leaders who are committed to growing deeper in their faith. The Rev. Sherry Daniels is pastor.
Views:52|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:17Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Is this Norfolk’s weirdest road? Many passengers on bus journeys find their eyes drawn to the scenery they pass through – but only one has reported seeing the Grim Reaper peering at them from woodland on the A1075.
Weird Norfolk delves into our county’s best local legends and secrets. From spooky churches to big black dogs this is the place to come to remind yourself of the best forgotten folklore
Views:9155|Rating:5.00|View Time:24:21Minutes|Likes:83|Dislikes:0 On April 10, 2016 Norfolk & Western 611 ran a 285 mile roundtrip excursion from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC to Asheville and return. This trip took her into the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains and over the famous Southern Loops for the first time since 1994. All along the route railfans and locals lined the tracks by the thousands to see the Queen of Steam thunder by, and the 66 year old J did not disappoint as she roared through the hills and valleys of Western NC.
We were up before the sun to catch her leaving Spencer at daybreak and finally abandoned the chase 12 hours later west of Marion as the sun was sinking towards the horizon. Despite the long day, this has to be one the most fun chases I’ve been on, and I look forward to repeating it someday.
0:10 – North Carolina Transportation Museum, Spencer
1:46 – N Lee St, Salisbury
3:48 – Catawba Station Dr, Catawba
6:11 – Berea Church Rd, Connelly Springs
7:26 – Industrial Blvd, Morganton
8:40 – Andrews Geyser, Mill Creek Rd, Old Fort
9:53 – Yates Ave, Ridgecrest
11:04 – Hardesty Ln, Azalea, Asheville
12:07 – Hensersonville Rd, Biltmore Village, Asheville
12:30 – Fairview Rd, Biltmore Village, Asheville
15:07 – Glendale Rd, Asheville
17:18 – Broadway Ave, Black Mountain
19:04 – Round Knob, Mill Creek Rd, Old Fort
22:15 – Old Greenlee Rd, outside Marion
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July 30, 2017
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Song: “Open Up the Heavens” by Andi Rozier and Meredith Andrews
Views:1444|Rating:0.00|View Time:50Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Weird Norfolk delves into our county’s best local legends and secrets. From spooky churches to big black dogs this is the place to come to remind yourself of the best forgotten folklore…
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Views:685|Rating:4.55|View Time:55:31Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:1 “Wish You Were Here” 2016 presentation – Remember when you shared your travel adventures with friends and family back home on the back of a color postcard for 3 cents? Building Historian for Norfolk Public Library’s, Bill Inge, presents his historic postcard collection during the Norfolk Historical Society Meeting in September 2016.