By the Pemigewasset River

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Pemigewasset River, originally uploaded by LenEdgerly.

Tonight we are at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Camp-Resort in Ashland, NH. I don’t much care for the silly name, but I’d stay at a place called Crack House Number Five if they had a fast WIFI connection to the internet, and Yogi Bear does. So we’re here for a couple of nights. Darlene has begun a new quilting project, and I have some new video to digest, but I’m not sure it’s going to work for new podcast episodes. We’ll see.

We took a walk by the river at dusk. I am stil amazed at the ShoZu program on my Motorola Q phone. I stand by the river, snap a photo, press a button and within seconds the photo is on the internet in my flickr set. It’s weird. I’m not sure what the point of it is, really, since I can easily load photos from my camera with my computer. It’s the sensation of standing outside and beaming an image to the internet and thus the world, looking up at the sky and saying, “Nice shot, eh?”

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