Maybe you’re wondering why you haven’t been bothered by a new post from me lately. Well, there are a number of reasons; the most important of which is that my computer was dying a slow death and my good friend, Kim, came to the rescue and brought me her old one. Now that she is living in a camper half the year, she has shed all her extra weight or should I say baggage, and I was the recipient of some of that baggage.
It’s a very good thing, and although I successfully (I think) transferred all my needed files, my favorite photo editor is not on this hard drive. And in order to install it, BW must find the software disc, which is not where it should be. So, BW is thinking it must be in the original box with the camera, which is packed away in yet another box.
I can’t find the software, and I don’t have time to learn to use the one Kim left on here, or buy, upload, and learn a NEW photo software. As a result, you will just have to wait for this post a little longer, because I have to scoot out the door for a wetland tour this morning.
It’s that time of year again. We missed opening night, because other things are taking priority right now that require me to sleep at night and be up at the crack of dawn. Frogging requires being out late at night, so the two don’t mix. However, taking Termite frogging is high on the list of priorities for me, in spite of the lack of much-needed rest required to do the other 1001 things I do in a day. But for now, please enjoy this pic of him at the age of 7 holding the first frog he ever caught back in the summer of 2003.
Hopefully, by the end of the week, I will have some new photos of our frogging adventure to post, and then a recipe with photos of how to fry those babies up!
So, see you later, alligator!