6 years of rotations

Recently, my iMac has been acting a bit flakily the last year, or so. Some weeks it would work just...

Uses for older grills

One of the favorite words, it seems, in the work world, at least my work world, is “repurpose”. In other...

Getting high!

No. Not like Colorado Rocky Mountain “high”, but a few feet above ground level 🙂 On Sunday, I went with...

Finding the time to blog

Wow! It’s been nearly a month since I last posted. I’ve been keeping quite busy, enjoying life. I’m adding lots...

Cameras are for older people

That was the heading of one of the paragraphs in this report about the state of camera sales in 2016...

Finding the right combination

While I was in Cuba, I experimented with a few camera settings and finally settled on some that were outside...

As the rain fell from the far reaching tendrils of hurricane Matthew, I was taking my sister to the Greyhound station at around 1:30 AM, this fine Saturday morning. Rain. Rain. More rain. We arrived. She checked in; I picked…

Contraflow – That’s what they do to the highways when there is an evacuation event, as there was in Charleston yesterday. Normally, I-26, which I would drive from Columbia, SC to Charleston, SC is a straight shot into Charleston, but…

Well, there was rain forecasted, but it never quite happened, but it’s good to be prepared. 🙂

I have no idea what his name is, but I pretty much know his schedule. We both arrive at the fountain, my half way point in my walk, at nearly the same time. Sometimes, he’s there a few minutes before…

I met Fernando, who is from Spain, when I worked at AIG. He’s been in the US for 30 years, speaks perfect English and even remembers a bit of his Spanish, though I have to help him with a word…