Mindo, Ecuador – The little Burrito Laptop displayed a stubborn temperament yesterday and refused to respond to any keyboard prompt. Photos were waiting to be uploaded, and stories were waiting to be shared, and I could open pages via touch screen, but nothing else worked! A cybercafe helped me connect to the world and send a fast email to say, “I’m fine – all’s well aside from lots of rain here in the cloud forest.” I am learning to dodge the roadblocks the computer places in my way and can do basic typing. Pardon the generic presentation of this and future posts!
Drive with me past Rio Cinto and examine the range of the moods!
My drive to town was a bit longer than norm this week; I stopped and photographed Rio Cinto’s rare bad mood, and then braked for a great photo session with two toucans that foraged near the road.
With the laptop’s stubborn mood, and the art exposition growing closer day by day (May 2016) I will be spending more time offline/on the property for the next month.
I might not be painting the artifacts in the museum, but there is an ever-changing supply of flora and fauna to study there on the property.
Have a good weekend, everyone! Lisa/Z