Gold coast hurricane shutters - Drum style lamp shade.
Gold Coast Hurricane Shutters
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gold coast hurricane shutters - Wallmonkeys Peel
Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Hurricane Protection Aluminum Shutter - 36"W x 24"H Removable Graphic
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Bristol Channel Shipping Accidents
List of shipwrecks in the Bristol Channel On 7 April 1897 in a moderate wind the schooner James and Agnes, of Lancaster, beached at Black Rock Bay near Porthcawl, having already bumped over the Scarweather Sands and done considerable damage. Three of the crew escaped in the ship's boat but the Porthcawl lifeboat (Speedwell) went to the rescue of the master and mate who had remained aboard. In December 1898 the tug Saxon stranded on Frenchman's Bank off Swansea when a cable got caught in her propeller. The crew were taken off by the Mumbles Lifeboat. On the evening of 12 January 1899 the Rev Hockley, secretary of the Lynmouth Lifeboat (Louisa), received a telegram from the owner of the Anchor Hotel at Porlock, Somerset, reporting that there was a large sailing vessel in the bay that seemed to be in difficulties. There was a very savage storm underway, with very heavy seas lashing the coast. The Lynmouth cox, Jack Crocombe, and his crew decided that they could not launch from Lynmouth and would have to take the lifeboat to Porlock, a distance of 12 miles over very difficult terrain, to launch it. Anyone knowing Lynmouth and Porlock would realise that this was going to entail hauling the boat up the very steep hill out of Lynmouth, along the cliffs, and then down the one in four gradient into Porlock ! The weight of the boat was around three and a half tons ! and the weather conditions were terrible. Sixteen horses were provided to pull the carriage and men had to go out ahead to dig out the banks on the roadside to enable the carriage to pass. The journey started at about 8pm and most of the residents of Lynmouth joined in helping to get the boat on its carriage up Lynmouth Hill. At the top of the hill one of the carriage wheels came off and had to be replaced. The weather was now so bad that most of the helpers, other than the crew, turned back once the hill top had been reached. Further along they had to remove a section of stone wall which was hindering the passage of the carriage. At County Gates the boat had to be removed from the carriage and placed on skids as the carriage was too wide to go through the lane, whilst the carriage was taken across fields to meet the lifeboat further on. From there the men needed all their remaining strength to hold back the carriage descending Porlock Hill. On arrival at Porlock they found that the sea wall had been washed away and they had to take a detour to get to the beach. They finally reached the sea at about 6am on the 13 January. Refusing to stop to eat they immediately set about launching the boat. The 8 oared lifeboat was then rowed into the gale to reach the struggling Forrest Hall (Captain James Aliss) , a 1900 ton Liverpool barque on its way from Belfast home. She had been under tow but the line had parted and the rudder had been taken off in the storm. She had dropped anchor in the hope of riding out the storm but had sent out distress signals as a precaution. The Captain was advised by the Lifeboat cox to wait until daylight when it was hoped to get a line to the ship. At dawn the tug John Joliffe from Liverpool arrived. The lifeboat crew got a line from the tug on board the Forrest Hall and the tug started for Barry Docks, with the Lifeboat in attendance in case it was needed. The Forrest Hall began to drift towards Nash Sands but fortunately another Liverpool tug, the Sarah Joliffe, was at hand and the two tugs took her into Barry at 6pm on 13 January. The Lifeboat also landed at Barry where they were royally received at a hotel and tended by the Shipwrecked Mariners Society. The following day the Lifeboat returned to Lynmouth. In 1900 the Welbury from Cardiff struck the rocks at Long Peak near Hartland, Devon. The second officer had been one of the survivors from the wreck of the Uppingham on the same rocks in 1890. On 28 December 1900 the Italian barque Zefiro collided with the ship King's County, of Windsor, Nova Scotia, near the English and Welsh Grounds lightvessel. She eventually went ashore near Clevedon, Somerset. On the same day the Pegasus, of Liverpool, bound from San Francisco to Sharpness, Glos., was driven ashore near Lavernock Point and four of her crew were washed overboard. She was refoated on the next tide and was taken on to Sharpness for repair. On 2 February 1901 the schooner Goonlaze (Captain Thomas Haddock), of Hayle, Cornwall, left Bristol. She is thought to have tried to shelter from the weather in Barnstaple Bay, But was presumably driven onto the rocks. The wreck was not discovered until some days later when, as a result of finding the body of a seaman in a field near Peppercombe, the Coastguards made a search of the area and found the wreckage under the cliffs. Three bodies were eventually recovered. On 7 November 1901 in a thick fog the Norwegian full-rigged ship Elfi became stranded near Nash Point. The Porthcawl lifeboat went out to her but she was found not to be seriously damaged. A lifeboatm
We had these installed back in August, but I didn't take a photograph until now. Most of these aluminum panels are in our garage, but we have them up on a couple of windows. At the approach of a hurricane or tropical storm, we'll be using wing nuts to screw the overlapping panels into tracks set above and below the windows.
gold coast hurricane shutters
¦ 1) Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control
¦ 2) Nikon 3-Piece Lens Cleaning Kit
¦ 3) Nikon Lenspen Cleaning System
¦ 4) Precision Design Deluxe Camera Tripod with Carrying Case
¦ 5) Precision Design Deluxe Hurricane Blower
The Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control acts as a wireless shutter release capable of instantly triggering the shutter without disturbing the camera. It is ideal for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize vibration for close-ups and time exposure. The ML-L3 is powered by a CR-2025 3v battery (included).
The Nikon Lens Cleaner Kit contains everything you need to keep your lenses, optical equipment and other gear fresh and clean. Includes 1 fl. oz. Spray Bottle of Liquid Lens Cleaner, Pack of 3 Moist Lens Cleaning Cloths and a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth.
The Nikon Lens Pen Cleaning System is a great accessory for any optics user, it is great for digital or 35mm camera, binoculars, spotting scope. It has a soft retractable brush and a non-liquid compound on a natural chamois tip to remove fingerprints, dust and grit from any lens. A must for maintaining coated lenses.
Avoid camera shake and achieve maximum image quality by setting your camera on this sturdy, lightweight 57-inch tripod.
The Precision Design Deluxe Hurricane Blower is very powerful and easy to use cleaning system. The super air stream blows off dust particles, even those attracted by static electricity, without any physical contact. It works great when used on digital camera sensors, lenses, telescopes, computer keyboards, microscopes, communications equipment, musical instruments and much more.