"is one of the youngest aircraft sports and one of the easiest ways to achieve the dream of flying.
Where did this as the beginning of any post when I normally do not do extreme sports, or I do but in a different way.
this is just a pizza on my way in extreme conditions when we were half-empty fridge and have most ingredients needed for a pizza;what's the catch; the late, late at night, nor eat, nor bake pizza*
Class 1: Normally this is a quiet river with a slow current.

Class 2: Some rapids or stone, but still no dangerous rafting.

Class 3 rapids, small waves, smaller waterfalls, but no significant danger. Tourist rafting usually falls into this class.

Class 4: rapids, bigger waves, rocks, waterfalls or higher downs, required concentration and higher speed response. Only for experienced rafters.

Class 5: rapids, big waves, rocks, dangerous cliffs, huge waterfalls and downs, need extremely precise and concentrated management. The final class rafting competition.

Class 6: rapids, huge waves, large and extremely dangerous rocks and reefs, numerous traps and downs, required master management raft without an error. This class is extremely life threatening and often ends rafters accidents.
and this is where the quiet and peaceful ba he's chosen task creation and questions,Normally I'm more a night owl;in silence and peace everything is easier, although it takes a lot of time..
Carving glass; tool I bought for a reason; to me money does not grow on trees cherry;How not to kill artistic expression; be acquitted worries...because of bad external influences can not get perfection that I want and freaking out...
I have not bought a tool for scraping and for play..
relief carving
  • 1. High relief , usually between 1/2" and 2" in depth.
  • 2. Bas relief, or Low relief usually under 1/2" in depth.
  • 3. Deep relief, usually over 2" in depth.
  • 4. Pierced relief, where holes are carved clear through
  • Glass can be decorated by sandblasting the surface of a piece in order to remove a layer of glass, thereby making a design stand out. Items that are sandblasted are usually thick slabs of glass into which a design has been carved by means of high pressure sandblasting. This technique provides a three-dimensional effect but is not suitable for toughened glass as the process could shatter it.
    Art glass decorating techniques
    Colour: Various colours inter-mixed or otherwise incorporated
    Texture: Frosting, satinizing, glue-chip, overshot and sandblasting
    Surfaces: Overlays, cameo, cut-back, cutting and engraving