Well, THAT was interesting. Actually, no, it wasn't. It was just frustrating. I contacted my web host, Interland, last weekend to switch my domain to its new server. They sent me a note instructing me to upload all of my to the new server. [Done.] Then they said it would take up to FIVE DAYS for the website to "propogate."
[Fast forward FIVE DAYS.]
I called them. I will spare you the technical explanation, but suffice it to say, the website was there all along, but THEY changed one tiny little letter, and it kept bringing up that lame "We're working on our site" page.
But I think we're back now.
Suki is wonderful. She's SOOOOOO friendly and affectionate. Now if I can just convince her that 4:00 a.m. is not playtime. She has, however, decided that the dry food isn't all that bad after all.
I'm renting a car this weekend. I need to do some major shopping (food, clothes, plants), and take a couple of loads of stuff over to store in the basement of the rowhouse. I figured that I wouldn't force Uncle Bill and Aunt Bernie to leap over boxes in the guest room when they visit next weekend.
In celebration of the return of the website, here is my trip report for Papua New Guinea 2002. It took quite a while to finish, considering that I had around 2,000 digital photos to go through. I contributed a few photographs, but the underwater pictures that Mark and Gary took are just amazing. I hope that you enjoy.
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Quote du jour:
"I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn't photograph them."
-- Diane Arbus (1923 - 1971) US photographer
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