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This site has been created for family and friends to share memories of our Family Matriarc "Betty" and to continue the Fuller Family History.

Betty's Video Library

Press play to enjoy a non-stop viewing of all video's... OR
Use the little arrow to scroll through video's then click on individual video to play.
Click HERE to go to master video library to view full screen video's.

Betty's Garden

Pls enjoy the video of the walk down to 'Betty's Garden', one of the many lookouts at Echo Point, Katoomba NSW, Australia.
Turn on your speakers and listen to the over powering sound of the waterfall as you first start down the stairs.
Enjoy the sometimes soft whistles and unforgettable calls of the bird life.
Take the time to remember ..

My Introduction to Electricity

I’ve dabbled in electronics my entire life, both as a hobby and a J-O-B.

Growing up during my adolescent years we lived out in the country in an area we called “Up in the Valley”.  My dad was managing his step uncle’s “Christmas Tree Farm”.  There was about 118 acres of land which had several fields of Christmas trees and each November we would cut down several hundred trees and big trucks would come and take them away for sale.

One of the jobs was to keep the trees trimmed so they had a nice shape when it came time to cut them down.  One of the tools used to do this was called a “lopper”.  This tool was about three feet long and made of heavy metal.  It had a set of very sharp jaws on one end and round wooden handles on the other.

The house we lived in was an old two story wood frame farm house.  I can still recall lying on my bed and looking up into the roof of the house and seeing huge long 10 inch square beams that                              were held together by large round wooden pegs, that’s how old the house was.  Electrical power to the house was my means of three large wires running from the main road.  They came down the side of the house and connected to the electrical meter and down further and into the basement to the fuse box.  The wire from the meter to the fuse box was sheathed inside of large clothe insulation.

One lazy afternoon I got bored and got my hands on a pair of dad’s loppers.  I spied the large gray wire coming from the electric meter and into the basement and thought that would be a nice thing to test the cutting capability of those loppers.  I opened the loppers up as far as my little arms would reach and put the jaws around the wire.  For some unknown reason I gripped the wooden handles before I started closing the jaws around the wire.

When the jaws finally cut through the thick insulation of the wire, the sparks started flying.  Needless to say it ruined a nice set of loppers.  The next thing I know mom is standing next to me reading me the riot act and wait till your father gets home!.  I actually saw the fireworks twice that day, the instant the jaws cut into the bare wires, then again when my dad got home.                                                 

On This Day....

11th January 2007, this site began.

In 2 years Fullerspond has had the pleasure of.....
9932 site visits, 297 different viewers from 18 different countries including, UK - Denmark - China - Japan - South Africa - Belgium - India - 29 states within USA - 5 states within Australia - Canada - Iraq.....

Fullerspond now contains over.....
50+ Individual Topic Contributions, 400+ photo's, 30+ clips of over 2 hours of video footage, Comprehensive Family Tree Site and much, much more... with so much more to come!

I would personally like to thank each and every one of our family members, relatives and family friends whom have contributed, shared and aided the remembrance of life and love.

Deus vobiscum


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