Got a heads up call this evening from one of our friends — a heritage unit was on the point and if I wanted to get a picture I needed to get out on the deck and have my camera ready because it was moving fast and coming my way! I managed to get this shot of it… nice!
We’ve been busy going to dr’s appointments this week. Robert and I both had various appointments, most of which were in Bakersfield, where it’s hot as the dickens, so I haven’t felt like writing at all. Heat gets to me something horrible. It doesn’t seem to bother Robert at all. I think it’s because he was raised in a place where it was really hot for most of the year, and the other part of the year it was really cold. Whereas, I was raised in mild mannered San Diego, where the temperature rarely varies more than 10 degrees higher or lower than 70 degrees. I just don’t handle extreme temperatures well at all.
I’ve been doing some photo-taking of the construction of the garden railroad. It’s coming along nicely. Robert got the second tunnel installed a day or two ago. Nice…and today I found the photo album for the first Sunset Pacific Ry. and have scanned and uploaded a lot of the photos. A friend suggested that I move the Sunset Pacific Ry Facebook page from its profile style site to a regular page. I’d received a couple of notices from Facebook that suggested I do this, so I finally decided to move everything over. I was afraid I would lose access to the site and all of my photos. As it turned out, I lost all of the comments/discussion, and the photos. <sigh> Ah well, I knew it was a risk.
So now the page for the garden railroad is an actual page, not a profile, and I have a separate album for photos for the first Sunset Pacific Ry. If you want to see the railroad(s) go to http://www.facebook.com/SUNSETPACIFIC
Be safe, be well, and please be happy. Be grateful… and be sure to tell those you love that you love them.