Proctorsville, VT – Crows Bakery and Cafe – April 10, 2011

Here is my first “on-the-road” posting experience.   Great day for top down (hopefully will never put on and up).  This morning I put on my windwings to see how they would affect the wind flow.  Had to stop outside Chester and make an adjustment – allen screw came loose – not sure yet if I will keep them on.  Overdrive is performing nicely – I like it – still have to get used to shifting this new transmission.

Proctorsville, VT - Crows Bakery and Cafe - April 10, 2011

I am now at Crows Bakery and Cafe in Proctorsville, VT, which I highly recommend.   Discovered it a couple years ago, Cathy would have loved it (Scott and Betty – need to bring you here).  My western omelet and coffee are on the table, and my “experiment” is underway (I showed the cook what I am doing).   Plugged the camera’s SD card into my computer, and so simple, a download window immediately pops open.  So pictures are in laptop, and now I am typing away.  This morning before I left I found the instructions for setting up slideshows and galleries with this software, but will learn them later on the week.  For now I will trying inserting the pictures and aligning them.    Alright, one picture loaded – took some time so I may have to manipulate images before uploading to WordPress.  Also I still do not know how to work with image folders under Vista yet (at least I could find what I want to show) but my “techie” is coming tomorrow to finish helping me move into the other computer so I can ask her about the image folders on this machine.  So, first “road-trip” test about done, I will add one more image.  Then off, but I know not where.  Bye for now, RAY

Stopping for Windwing Adjustment - Note Snow in Background

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3 Responses to Proctorsville, VT – Crows Bakery and Cafe – April 10, 2011

  1. David Clark says:

    Nice looking car, and now with long legs courtesy of Laycock de Normanville overdrive. That should set you about even with $5.00 a gallon gas.

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