|Route 3 - Windsor Road|
Since I've been otherwise preoccupied for the past
Out of desperation, however, I snapped a few photos on the drive home from vacation last Sunday.
For the time being, we won't discuss the
No, for the moment I'd like you to focus on the beautiful sea of green in the soybean field in the top photo.
And the ocean of green corn in the bottom photo which would have been more visible had I zoomed in, but that's hard to accomplish when you have all of two seconds to whip out a camera and focus properly while stopped at an intersection with cars patiently waiting behind you.
|Where Rte. 3 meets 198/Soles|
Another thing I'd like to focus on is a question, which is this: If a very technically naive individual, who struggles on a daily basis with
everything technology, were forced to very quickly purchase something to satisfy her computer needs since what she has is dying a slow and excruciatingly painful death, what would you recommend based on the following:
1. The individual is way behind the times, ridiculously averse to change, but once she gets used to something will stick with it forever. As in until it becomes obsolete.
2. The individual's
only first jaunt into technology was 1987, and it was a manual typewriter Wang word processor.
3. The individual has never purchased her own computer. Ever. She has relied on the kindness of friends and hand-me-downs. She panics when she enters a Best Buy and would rather die than talk to a sales person about her technical
4. The individual takes lots and lots of pictures and does not back anything up--except to the C: drive.
5. The individual also needs some degree of portability, however she's mortally afraid of relying solely on a laptop, since she's practically killed one in less than a year based on her heavy usage. (Or the magnetic field which her children claim surrounds her, causing everything to blow up or break shortly after contact.)
6. Refer back to #1 above. Repeat, three times.
Laptop, PC, netbook, netflix, or what, and what brand, what sort, how much memory, how many gigawhatevers, and what else?
Thank you in advance for your suggestions, which no doubt will require my teenager's interpretive skills; a flood of follow up questions; and many months for me to actually act upon.