Picture: Looking out the barrack window at horse in corral, Pipe Springs National Monument, near Fredonia, Arizona
Â I mentioned previously that I was starting to process the images from my trip last fall to Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. I’m actually now about 2/3rds of the way through the raw conversions, and so far I have done about 413 images. Ugh. But the main reason for posting this image today, along with the title, is a bit more tech related than horse and farm related. You see…well, maybe you didn’t see; and that’s the point. For anyone who visited my weblog in the last day or so might have seen the dreaded “Blank White Page”. This is apparently the WordPress weblog version of Window’s PC’s, “Blue Screen of Death”. According to the error report, the system goes kapput when the sql server gets more than 50,000k hits in an hour. Unfortunately, I didn’t notice this until last evening, and whoddha thunk it, but there was nobody in my 24/7 tech support that could reset the server, until the Level Two techs showed up at 9:00am. Well, I’m sure you’d all agree, “fixed late” is always better than “never fixed” or worse, “can’t be fixed”.
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