Monday, October 17, 2011

New camera!! New bed!! New friend!!

Been busy the past few days, taking time to post the news!! I got my new tulip poplar bed frame all assembled and in the trailer..looks good, but lost some floor space....but it will be worth it! Also, my new 8" thick king koil mattress arrived Friday morning, all compressed and rolled up into what looked like a big duffel bag, and after letting it de-compress over the weekend, I placed it on the new wood frame, and it looks great!! Feels great too! Laying on it now as I type this, and its extremely comfortable! Think I will be sleeping very well starting tonight!

My new camera arrived this morning as well!! A Kodak EasyShare Max Z990 with a 30X zoom!! Can't wait to get some pics posted, but I need help with that.....for some reason, I just can't get them to upload....but, I have a new friend due in here this week who is a real whiz at computers, and in exchange for my supplying her a full hook-up site, heres hoping she will educate me on how to properly upload pics to my blog!

Her name is Charlene Swankie, and she is travelling the country living in her Chevy Express cargo van. She is on a quest to kayak all 50 states! Here is the link to her and her adventures are outlined there.....hopefully, she will be gracious enough to help educate me on posting pics to my blog!!

1 comment:

  1. I found your site on the blog. I like your mattress and bed set.I do like your blog and writing style.

    I hope that Charlene Swankie set you up with the new camera.It's good to have friends to help and all the boondockers seem to like helping each other.

    I am not very computor savvy, yet. I really started to learn about computors about one year ago so I have a lot to learn but I like to learn all I can about new computor stuff.I am late sixties but not ready for the nursing home. I hope to keep on keeping on a long time.

    I like most of the RV blogs like yours because I can go where you all go and share in the adventure since I am caring for my husband who is not able to travel.