Friday, November 14, 2014


In the days of Spectrum ("not 007"),  we would sit here all night long talking on 27 mhz and uhf friends from Red Hill WA.

It was about three miles north of my location right now where I met my wife, of all places on the Midland Bus - 302.

A short conversation and an offer to help sylvia turned into what local media praised as a remarkable 'Love Story'.💝

I often return here to remember a Love that entered my heart, the only real form of tender love I ever got from anyone.

Every Image/Map location I share has been plotted in love.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Video Services (62 Sites)

It's about time I stopped sharing video links because there is no feedback from anyone, not even a thank you.

Grab your slice of the video Industry and decide which sites from this #list you want to keep.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

A Trust Fund

In 2006 we sold the remaining stronghold property at Paull's Valley, a 16 acre property nestled in the kalamunda foothills.

Venturing down into a rural landscape, Sylvia being of a farming background and my tolerance and love of animals was perfect.

During the first few days after we arrived at Bruce Rock, we chanced upon a local story of the Robin Glass family tragedy.

Both parents had died leaving three children to fend for themselves with little to no help from the public trustees.

Our first reaction to their dillemna was to set up a five thousand dollar #TrustFund where these children, Aiden, Shennae and Cameron would have equal monies to pay for school text books, uniforms and the like upon reaching adolescent age.

In 2012 whilst I was privately renting a unit in Albany WA, I refused to accept housing whilst being on a #priority waiting list until I was satisfied Julia Gillard and Troy Buswell had done more to help accommodate the 35,000 other people waiting for placement.

After their visit and promise to erect a new complex of 35 units on the outskirts of Albany (now completed) I accepted the last offer of housing for the unit which was my home address at Charles Street Midland between sept 2012 - aug 2014.

My next door neighbor of private ownership, Mrs I, befriended me and a lasting friendship blossomed.

One day as we were reminiscing the past, I mentioned the Robin Glass Family.

Mrs.I's sister-in-law's daughter, #S, raised the three children.

When I surrendered my unit back to #OpeningDoors ("Housing WA"), I gifted the total of my possessions not exceeding ten thousand to these very same children who were now at an age of leaving home and my goods and chattles will give them their very own start in life.

Of Charles Street, Sylvia and I bought an Italian house in this very same street in 1998, borrowing $25,000 for a subdivision through the bank of St.George, then selling the house one year later, donating all proceeds to charity.

A little time thereafter we ran out of money, buying our Lancer from Midland Daewoo-Nissan on hire purchase.

I did get to meet Cameron and I removed a gold ring from my finger (bought by installments from Michael-Hill jewelers) entrusting it to him for his future happiness.

This seemingly true story has a final twist, I call it #FullCircle

Written & Edited by myself,
Frank Burns

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

My Searches Using Google Earth

My keyword for this map was #spacex

I think we should take on the legal responsibility of cataloging what our browsing habits are opposed to scattering them across social platforms.

At least this way we become accountable for our actions and this is a good approach towards using Google's products more effectively but in an honest and fair manner.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014


4 Havelock St

My Wife's Brother - Harry (Cannonball) Baker

Everything I have recanted online about Sylvia's brother lays right before you.

Historical facts are important and need to be archived for every generation who will walk in our footsteps.

This is the Baker Family Tree.

Monday, November 3, 2014

The Birth of #Apple

I was fascinated by the insights of how Apple first entered into the computer race, how the boys watched nervously as they shopped at a software store for spare parts and just the early beginnings of how it all started.

Steve Jobs started his first job with but resigned when he was given a shared desk, paper clips and a bottle of glue!

He knew intrinsicly that he could do far better and about three months later, he was invited back to show what he could do.

Its been an Interesting ride of discovery for all of us, we certainly evolved at much faster pace with electronics and the digital age.

Heads up also to Google and Microsoft, you've reshaped our learning curve and there is room for improvement where one day, you might all work together towards a common goal. #TheFuture