Rio Cinto borders the property… how’s this for peaceful?
(Mindo-Rio Cinto- Ecuador) Last week’s Timeout for Art was published through the magic of “Publish at a later date” option, so I was immersed in the cloud forest when “Timeout” rolled out last Thursday morning. Suspecting that my buddy-support system might be worried, I drove into town this afternoon to buy a few supplies, check emails and return before dark.
Look who came for breakfast chats1
Your comments gave me grand smiles, and I’ll be back online at the end of the week to properly thank all of you. Ann, I’ll dust off the magic carpet and catch those magical full-moon-eclipse beams for a fast kitchen makeover! Karen, thanks for your beautiful comment – you are an extremely-talented artist, and I’m glad that my unique life gives you such pleasure!
How’s this for whirrrrrring of wings? Where’s Barb, btw?
Photos won’t upload, emails won’t open – the internet keeps ‘dropping’ the signal, so I’ll publish this and scram home just ahead of the rising moon! After a restart, it would not connect to any network. I selected, “Cannot Connect, Help” and was given this message: You are not connected to the Internet. To get online Help, which shows you the latest help content, you need to be connected to the Internet.”
Always lovely flowers – this orchid was especially lovely!
Thanks again, everyone! See you at the end of the week, weather and internet permitting!