How I spent the feast of the Italian Republic

Today is the feast of the Italian Republic, I thought it would be nice to take a ride with my partner since itโ€™s been a long time since we canโ€™t go out as we please. Tomorrow it should be possible to travel freely to other regions of my country. I decided not to expose my partner to any danger of contagion and since I am passionate about photography, we went to the Mountain with the intention of looking for some place where it was possible to take some good photographs. Unfortunately yesterday, when I made the seasonal tyre change, I had a little accident while loading them into the hood. I got completely stuck with my back. It was to be expected, I do not know how it is possible but when there is fun, something always happens. But it didnโ€™t stop me, not this time. I put on my torso, we slowly loaded things into the car and left. While we were getting ready, a friend of mine gave me a good idea, even though in fact it had already crossed my mind in the past. I took my phone and after some technical difficulties we started with twitch turned on streaming. Of course, my stream, is configured not to leave any video recorded to avoid shooting something โ€œweirdโ€. I can say that we had a lot of fun, although of course, due to the lack of signal, I could not provide a streaming service to my users fit for purpose. I would like to repeat the experience, I am thinking of other interesting tours, maybe in areas where the connection signal will be more stable.

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