My sister just informed me that the Comments area of my recent webpages wasn’t showing up!!!
I have no idea what might have changed in the settings, but thanks to her looking out for me, I went in and changed them all to “allow comments”.
So bring it on! Over a year’s worth of posts are out there; maybe one of them sparked a thought or question?
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You’ll only get an email if I’ve made a new post, and we all know how often that is…. or do we? =0
I’ve had a few people ask me how I take photos while riding my motorcycle. It seemed like a nice idea to share this information on a nice, easy-to-read page.
So, for your edification: Taking photos on the fly!
Now, for your reading pleasure, I present to you Just Along For The Ride, available for e-readers everywhere! This is the exciting tale of my two motorcycle trips to Mexico.
Here is a link to the Amazon page for Just Along For The Ride.
No, not by me, but by professional people who actually know what they’re doing. Dan and I went to the CSI Basel – Competition Horse Show last night and mingled with “the horse people of Basel”.
Our impending move to Switzerland is fast upon us! Fortunately for us, part of the move included a service to come and put all of our stuff into boxes and move it for us. I’m getting spoiled and will probably just have a garage sale if I ever have to pack my own stuff for a move.
Here’s my little documentation of the packers’ time in our house: Baby, We Were Born To Run
It’s the end of the world – or at least an era. I’ve owned a VW Bug for most of my post-high school life, but an upcoming move overseas means that it is time to “let go”. I put together a page to commemorate my ’71 Bug. It’s a great car and it’s been fun, but damn I’m going to miss this car.
Just how important is that? You can make the best produce in the world, but if you won’t stand behind it, it is worth nothing. I recently had an atrocious customer service experience with Rick Mayer Cycle, purveyor of custom motorcycle seats. While his workmanship might be good, his lack of business acumen and customer service will prevent me from ever recommending him to anyone. You can read about my experience here.
Dan and I headed down to the Nation’s capital to see what the trees had to offer us. Needless to say, it rained for most of the day and the views were limited.
I celebrate my birthday today knowing that the old site is forever buried and gone, replaced by the more awesome wordpress site (can I be hip and call it “werd press”?)
Benefits to the new site:
– Searchable! Trying to find that trip I took through Glacier National Park? Now you (and I) can find it that much easier.
– RSS feeds. Don’t worry about checking back every so often to see if I’ve done anything. When I post up new pages, I’ll put up something here so that those who follow will get notified automatically
– Comments! I love comments and questions (especially nice ones)
– Quick edits! I can now edit my site quickly and easily. See something blatantly wrong? Let me know and I can fix it easy-peasy!