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Unexpected hero in bagging area: Sister stunned to tears as soldier brother surprises her at supermarket after a year away1m13s

Unexpected hero in bagging area: Sister stunned to tears as soldier brother surprises her at supermarket after a year away

By Luke Kenton This mother-of-three was stunned to tears during her weekly supermarket shop, after her soldier brother surprised her in the aisles after a year away serving.  Big sister Valerie Burns, 30, insists she’s always been very close to her younger brother, Brian Rodriguez, 24. From skipping out on school, to assisting with the […]

Drone captures majestic Clydesdales running with herd1m28s

Drone captures majestic Clydesdales running with herd

On a warm summer day near Peterborough, Ontario, a lush, green meadow lies waiting. The wind bends the wildflowers and long grass gently. Shadows of the few small clouds play across the field slowly. The scenery is a mix of gorgeous green hues and blue and white blossoms. Only one thing would make this spectacular landscape any more beautiful. A magnificent herd of horses strolls in the paddock next to meadow until they see that the gate is open, inviting them to stretch their legs and run free in the sun. They pick up their pace excitedly and each one falls into line as they trot through the gate and into the pasture. Here, they break into a run and make their way to middle before stopping to graze briefly and catch their breath. Suddenly, out of the blue, one of the horses will raise its head, sniff the breeze and burst into a a gallop. The others follow as they make their way up the slope to the upper meadow where they all meet again to stand and graze. Samson, a magnificent and powerful chocolate brown Clydesdale, always takes up the rear. His giant hooves create a thunderous sound as he moves. Harry, the only one wearing a halter, runs more quickly to catch his friend, Sebastian. The two are never far apart. Harry is wearing a fly shield as he is being treated for an eye condition. This magical place is the Mane Intent in Indian River, near Peterborough, Ontario. As gorgeous as this farm is, and as breath taking as the herd is in a gallop, the most wonderful thing about it is actually impossible to see here. The Mane Intent conducts a very unique program that pairs people up with horse for life coaching, experiential learning, and self discovery. The horses also work with first responders and victims of trauma for healing and therapy that has to be seen to be believed. Each horse has a unique gift for connecting with people and a personality that provides beautiful and unexpected results. The herd truly works magic. This farm provides a gorgeous setting for their incredible work, and a beautiful home for a very deserving herd. Some of them have worked hard and now need a more relaxed life. When they are not interacting with and helping people, they spend their days grazing and running in the sunshine, or just relaxing in the shade under a tree.

Boyfriend surprises girlfriend with new puppy surprise43s

Boyfriend surprises girlfriend with new puppy surprise

Anna's brother told the whole family to meet at 8:00pm at home because he had something really important to tell them. When they all gathered, Anna's boyfriend surprises her with an Aussie puppy that sends her into a crying fit. She's been asking for a dog for over 10 years and now she finally has one!

Poltergeist possesses printer during live stream28s

Poltergeist possesses printer during live stream

While filming a live ghost hunting adventure, lead investigator Zac Braggins asks a spirit to give him a sign of it's presence. To much of the groups surprise, the computer printer in the pitch black room suddenly begins to violently print giving a message to all the investigators that this poltergeist means business. Scary stuff!

Drone catpures WWII lookout tower on top of  Doon Hill in Ireland2m12s

Drone catpures WWII lookout tower on top of Doon Hill in Ireland

During World War II, a number of coastal lookout points were built around Ireland to monitor shipping and air traffic. Ireland had declared itself neutral. In total, 84 of these lookout points were constructed. They consisted of what can best be described as a little concrete bunker. About 50 of those structures have left footprints or are still standing. They are built of concrete, and most of them are in a state of disrepair. There was a tiny fireplace in it, otherwise it was pretty much open to the elements. Volunteers were assigned to each of the look out posts on eight hour shifts.