Pooh. Still no photo opps on Blogger. The issue is wide-spread, and the solutions are not, in my case, working. But here they are for fellow photo enthusiasts who would like to have a go:
1. Change your browser Google Chrome. This is not bad, not bad at all; I switched over a few months ago. Google Chrome is fine. Somehow, though, I missed the boat as to how to sync my bookmarks, and I do have me a major list of bookmarks at my former browser, and so until I figure out my bookmarks (because I love them, all 1000 of them), I will hold off on this move for a bit.
2. Switch to HTML setting on Blogger. Again, not a bad move at all. Unfortunately, for me, this did not solve the problem.
3. Upload your photos onto Picasa, and then upload them to your blog. I opted out of ths for numerous reasons, but for no, the MAIN reason is...why have two more computer steps in my day??
And so, as it is, I will describe my day without photos. Pics would surely be nice, but here goes:
I went out to a lake not too far from home (~ 35 miles), and went bald eagle hunting. With a camera, silly, not a gun. I saw lots of bald eagles over-wintering, and they are so big and pretty. No wonder they are our national bird. They deserve it. And their nests are HUGE. I am going to return to the lake soon and see what's up.
Today is my Dad's birthday. I called him bright and early this morning to tell him Happy Day. And also to tell him that I was purchasing a chunk of box elder wood for him. Because that's what every Dad wants for a birthday present, right? Dad replied that he wanted no presents. And I countered with, OK, so it's a President's Day gift, OK? Again, who wouldn't LOVE box elder for a gift, I ask?
(When Blogger gets their act together, I shall post some lovely things my Dad does with wood.)
Wait a minute; I can still post a link, right? Here is my Dad's sculpture:
Also a birthday boy is my Kiwi nephew-in-law (my niece's newlywed husband). He's been in our family for years, but last summer they threw a humdinger of a wedding party in the Rocky Mountains, and now he is stuck with us forever. I kind of like that. He is a photographer/videographer, doing all things wild and woolly around the world. Happily, his latest escapade, Digital Nomad, can be viewed here: (And he is the talent behind the camera.)
And that's all I have to say this evening. Sukiyaki is a' callin'.