Some rain, some brisk winds, and overcast skies have prevailed for the last five days. Makes for pretty boring days here. I worked on the computer for the refuge on Monday, and then spent the last two days doing not much of anything. It’s a string of days like this that makes me wonder why I write this blog. There’s really nothing interesting or exciting to report.
In desperation early this evening, I decided to gather the trash and take it to the dumpster. Exciting, right? Well, when I pulled the garbage can out from underneath the sink, I noticed a puddle of water. Nuts! So I bent over to check the trap fittings under the kitchen sink. One was wet, so I tried to tighten it. I have always had trouble with that ‘Lefty-Loosey, Righty-Tighty’ thing. Seeing as I was essentially standing up side down, of course I loosened it instead of tightening it. You can guess what happened to that little leak.
“She’s spying on us again!”
After taking care of the trash and recyclables, I headed back to the rig to upload a few pictures that I took in back along Flat Lake. In this pic, I wanted to put the subtitle in a speech bubble emitting out of the mouth of one of the swans. As some of you know, you can’t do that anymore with Picasa 3.9, so I tried to go to Google+ to edit the picture. OMG! That sure didn’t work. I couldn’t figure out how to even find this picture since it wasn’t in any of the folders that Google+ had decided I had. It was another one of those tear your hair out situations for me. Those improved editing options must be there somewhere, but I sure couldn’t find them. I’m hoping that maybe Rick will do a tutorial on how to get all your pictures into Google+, and tell me how the heck I get pictures there that I want.
You can see in these photos just how dull and dreary it has been around here. Tomorrow I’m off to get some new shoes for the toad, and take care of other errands in Detroit Lakes. The weather guessers have been forecasting sunny skies for several days, but it hasn’t happened yet. I sure hope they get it right soon.
Thanks for stopping by… talk to you later, Judy