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Life without a computer...

Means that you never know when a post might be in order. I have lots of pictures to show everyone, however, blogger does not seem to want to help with the upload of said pictures. Later maybe?

For the month of June, I've been snowed on while traveling to Central Oregon, burnt in Northern California, blown away in Central and Eastern Washington. Good times have been had by all.

So, on the topic of computers, does anyone have any input on what I should get for myself and for the oldest rodent in the house? I will be using mine for work and goofing off. Oldest rodent will be using it for high school class work.

The garden tour is just 2 weeks away and I have so much to do. I think that I shall drink from the Rogue Rum bottle and sit back and enjoy what we have done so far and ignore the rest. It's not that I really drink rum or even want to drink rum. It just sounds good to drink rum with a umbrella in the back yard.


WickedHamster said…
Well, I'm gonna say get a Mac - unless you use a lot of applications that are only written for PC. Mac is so much easier and more reliable. I'm Mac at home, PC Windows network at the office; DG had a Vista PC. So based on that familiarity, I prefer Mac. It's more advanced, works better electronically and on the net - downloads, applications, and installations almost never give trouble, whereas DG lives in fear of new software installations and updates on his PC. MS Office applications written for Mac, incl. Word, Excel, etc. move flawlessly to a PC platform and vice-versa. In addition, if you buy a new PC, you'll get Vista, which continues to be a headache. Mac's graphics are better, it handles images, photos, and music better, and it's just plain way cool! It costs a bit more, but it's worth it. My students are about half Mac, half PC these days (a few years ago, you'd almost never see a Mac), and their fairly savvy laptop consumers. See
Me said…

I've been checking in regularly... am I a loyal fan or what? :)

NO idea on the laptop. I am cheap. I go for the best deal. LOL.
Travel said…
Pc is fine, Vista takes a little getting use to, but runs really well once you get it set up. Blogger can be strange an loading pictures, sometimes it is best to take a break, sip a cold run drink and come back later.

Kelsgarden said…
you will get what you get and not throw a fit!

and the rum . . . about that . . .

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