I HAVE PUT THE PICASA ALBUM LINK IN TONIGHT’S POST FOR THE BISBEE PHOTO ALBUM BUT YOU WILL NEED A COUPLE THERMOS’S OF HOT COFFEE TO KEEP YOU AWAKE THROUGH THE WHOLE ALBUM………
Our days are slowly warming up with temps running into the low 70’s. I’ve always figured mid 70’s to be a perfect all round temperature. When temps get into the mid to high 80’s & A/C becomes a factor, it is no longer a perfect weather day for me. Being trapped inside by the heat with A/C running is just as bad as being trapped inside by the cold with a furnace running. Same entrapment, same result!!
BISBEE ARIZONA & IT’S CHARACTERS
I have finally managed to scramble around through my thousands of photos & gather together most of the pictures I have taken in Bisbee Arizona the past few years. No easy feat I can assure you & I know I haven’t found them all but will add to the photo album as I come across them. I suggest if you go to the album site you click on ‘Slideshow’ & then press your F11 key to go full screen. Slideshow can be canceled any time by scrolling mouse to bottom & clicking the X on the pop up control menu. Viewing time for each slide can be adjusted on this panel as well & I would suggest turning off the captions function. Now, let me warn you….. this is a very large photo album & will not be of interest to most people but for those of you living in Bisbee or with an interest in Bisbee & surrounding area you might just get a kick out of this album & chances are, you will see someone you know:)) Click here…. BISBEE ARIZONA PHOTO MEMORIES.
On a recent trip over to Sierra Vista (not Sunday) we took a different route home because we were curious to see if we could find a piece of property that a blog reading couple had purchased recently near Sierra Vista. We first came into email contact with these folks 2 years ago while boondocked along the San Pedro River. We have never met them, but received an email awhile back saying they had decided to purchase this property as a result of, in part, following our blog. They are in California now but emailed directions for us to drop around & have a look at their new property. Great views for a full 360 degrees. They will be able to watch the sun rise over the Mule Mountains & watch it set over the Huachucas. Pretty darn nice I’d say:))
YEP, NICE PIECE OF PROPERTY ALRIGHT
Some readers have suggested using Blogger’s ‘reader’ as a way to get some semblance of order for all the blogs randomly floating around on my desktop here. As usual, with anything new, I’m having difficulty gaining a handle on the concept but I guess the light will come on any time now………
I’m having quite a time with my IPod Nano & the 1,054 pieces of music I have crammed inside it so far. The tiny flute players aren’t so bad but it’s those big brass Tubas & long wooden Cello’s I’m having the most trouble fitting in. Jimi Hendrix keeps trying to get out & for sure I know I heard Jerry Lee Lewis banging on some piano keys in there this morning. Tis quite a little device & I’m sure I will have to take some Apple night classes just to find out how to turn the volume down. I think the hardest part for me with all this new technology now is my impatience with myself to stay on the learning curve. There never was a time when I could have breezed through all these learning technologies but there was a time when I at least had enough patience with myself to quietly work away at something for awhile without wanting to boot it into orbit after 30 seconds!!!! Guess I just have to try harder at accepting this inevitable aging process & all the little nasty's that go with it:((
The blacksmith immediately began his instructions to the lad, "When I take the shoe out of the fire, I'll lay it on the anvil; and when I nod my head, you hit it with this hammer."
The apprentice did just as he told. Now he's the village blacksmith.
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