Monday, January 05, 2009

Our San Francisco Trip


Our San Francisco Trip from curtis nemetz on Vimeo.

The Password to watch this video is milo

This is the second video shot with our new Flip video camera. I would recommend one of these for everyone. They are super cheap and so much easier to carry around and actually use then a standard video camera. Thanks Steve and Grace for hooking it up on the Flip.
As for our trip...
We had such a great time visiting you all! Thanks especially to my mom and dad for letting us stay in their Berkeley condo. We definitely wouldn't have been able to stay so long without it.
In this movie you will see Jack and Liam Moxley, my Grandma Nemetz, Vali's uncle Jerry and aunt Val, and our friend Lauren Cooke.

10 comments:

cari said...

we just got ours today! so excited. . .thanks american express points! can you make my videos look like that afterwards though?

Milo Ross Nemetz said...

No. You can. It is all so easy to put together, you might say.
RAMINATOR

Aaron Barker said...

I never realized how much fun the bay area could be for kids... Looked like non-stop fun for the entire family.

moxleyfam said...

good thing you left out the footage from our new years eve rager! so fun seeing you guys!

Anonymous said...

So great Curtis! Thanks for putting my Christmas present to good use. I guess you can borrow my flip.
Vali

Anonymous said...

where were you in San Fran? I want to take my kiddos there. It's looks like a great place for the kids!

Anonymous said...

We went to the Discovery museum right on the Marin side of the Golden Gate Bridge. You get off on the first exit for Saucelito.
The other place we went to was Habitot in Berkeley.
Curtis

Andrea said...

umm looks like a hoot- when are you going to open one in Bako? Favorite parts: Calvin on the slide -poor guy- Milo painting the walls, and Calvin eating the face paints! loved it!

O'Malley Fam said...

Man, Curtis...you are good!

cari said...

i thought when it was not wedding season, we were gonna get lots of blog updates. . .