Life has been hitting a slower pace recently. There’s still frustrations in what to do, how and where’s the money to come from.
However, I think it’ll all work out soon and in the meantime, I’m trying to do what I can to launch new hosting offerings and website packages for Acqal.com.
On the personal side, I mourn the loss, though not total, of my Nikon Coolpix L18 camera. Last Friday night my rack trunk slid off as I didn’t secure it properly.
I didn’t figure out the crushed LCD damage until just before a 50 kilometer, 1,000 meter rise ride along Balaka-巴拉卡 Road up to Mt. Datun-大屯山 with 12 other riders. I should mention that I road to the top, as in the weather station. It seems quite a few riders don’t go up that steep last 750 meter climb with a 120 meter rise.
For some reason, I felt the need to stay home this weekend instead of heading south to Chiayi to ride with Michael and crew. So, no 300 kilometer weekend for me of riding. Instead, it’s catch up on writing, typing, research, movie watching, fattening myself on Peichi’s cooking and a few other slow life down and catch up things.
Getting back to the camera, I’ve gone between my Canon PowerShot S3 IS the crushed LCD Nikon Coolpix L18 to figure out if I could survive not seeing what the camera sees. It’s a pain, but not that bad using the none viewing L18. Some of the photos though are not what I intended to picture are coming out interesting enough. I wonder how time with a camera taking photos you don’t know will come…