For the moment I will be using Noded in the USa for posting somewhat daily images and posts. Trying something different.
Having compatibility issues with serving pictures at the moment. Regularly scheduled drivel will be resumed at some point.
MrsNoded does the tree.
Volunteers at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, Georgia have been rebuilding a WWII B17 Flying Fortress. They have at least 7 years left in the project. This is the completed panel for the aircraft. The yellow box at the front and the panel with the red fire extinguisher plungers were purchased off of eBay. Apparently there are still parts for old aircraft available on line and people who make a living selling them. If you would like to donate to the restoration click here.
I bought this MacBook Pro on November 3, 2007. Except for the 24 hours it took to replace the mother board under Warranty in 2009 i’ve used this machine almost daily. I did all my business programming on it using Windows XP then Windows 7 virtual machines under Parallels from the day I bought it. The screen is finally giving up the ghost. You can see in the bottom tool bar the screen has some black streaks in it and it got to the point where I couldn’t see much of anything on it. Still it’s been very reliable and I’ve decided to buy a replacement screen and see if I can get a few more years out of it. I’ve migrated my vm to the latest Parallels on my iMac, but I still think I can use it if not on a daily basis.
BTW it’s name is Captain Peachfuzz.
Paul Waller’s Cardboard Strat. Some people have really neat jobs.