I have yet to put on a long pair of pants since returning home to Colorado from sunny Arizona, even on a hike through deep snow on Oak Creek Trail. It's a badge of stubbornness I guess... wishful thinking. But what good is a nice tan if you don't flaunt it in the jaundiced faces of sun-starved locals (grin).
Adjustments continue here at my new digs in Bloggerville, but it feels like I'm the one being tweaked. Let me just say, once one adjusts to Apple's oh-so-intuitive gadgets and software and is forced back to PC land, well, it makes for a rough ride. It's like a righty trying to throw left handed... it can be done but your good stuff is gone. Take iphones for instance... they come without instructions! But in a day or two, with the help of my nine year old great niece Maya, I could get around. I find Blogger too right-brained for artsy types. Give me another week.
Flailing Spruce trees out the Imax suggest that the high winds that had us pinned indoors a few days ago have returned. Oh goody; spring is worse than winter in that regard. Over on the front range where the city slickers live winds clocked 100 mph. Gusts around here are usually only 40 or 50 mph. I spent most of that time indoors looking for alternatives to iweb. I tried practice blogs on Wordpress and several others but found them all "left handed." The idea was to migrate my entire blog from iweb to someplace new. Alas, since Bill Gates is not my neighbor, I couldn't get it done for lack of expertise. Oh well, manually moving it just might prove easier... one post at a time (ugh).
It's going to take some time adjusting to the way photos are added and displayed here in Bloggerville. "Change is good," but I liked the infinite control in iweb, instead of small, medium or large... left, centered or right. Ok, enough crying; I'm here and I'll make it work eventually. Bare with, please.
Now for a few photos taken around Lovely Ouray between spring storms.