We have replaced the 12+ year old hard drive with a new one- I cannot believe the speed of uploading. H1 is putting everything on- maybe we won't have quite so many wires behind to entrap the dust? Anyway the Blogger tool bar is sorted; I must away to my bed so won't test the importing of photos tonight.
I hope the temperature drops a little tonight- we do not want to admit it but everyone seems a bit tired of 30 degrees plus.
The River Allen was low when we last went to Allenbanks; yet the devastation from the last floods was obvious- the suspension bridge was smashed and therefore closed; waterborne debris clung high up in bankside trees; rocks usually underwater on the bed of the Allen, were exposed on the bank; the haugh near Plankey Mill was tumbled with rough sandstone streaked with silver glinting in the sun; we sat in the hot sunshine watching fish jump; a yellow wagtail bobbed on a rock before leaping in acrobatic fashion to take a large insect in mid flight. We sat in silence for at least half an hour drinking in the surroundings and the warmth before heading back to the National Trust car park.
The thought of importing photos was irresistible and they whip in! Well last week's elderly struggle took 3+ hours. However there are a lot of files to click open to get to photo folders- while on the previous, antique PC, once I went into a particular picture folder it opened up again automatically- must tell the man in my life.......... snoring suggests I tell him tomorrow.