A little recent Lightroom filing shook out a few iPhone photography shots made during this summers daily mountain bike single-trek walks.
Bonnie and I recently have visited a couple of the local vineyards in the area which happen to also serve lunch. These short visits provide us the enjoyment a few hours in our “retirement convertible,” even tho we really can’t fully retire yet, while still returning us home before afternoon or evening storms have fully panic our dog Maggie. It’s also resulted in the discovery of some pretty good food.
The following recent experience is being shared for those who might find themselves in a similar situation with Google’s efforts to improve their link search content.
I’ve used Google’s Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics for years to track Google’s indexing of this blog and those visitors it receives. They’ve both been useful tools allowing me to fix minor issues with this site and to understand which posts are generating the greatest interest on the internet.
Travels this week took us just below the dam located between High Rock Lake and the Tuckertown Reservoir along the Yadkin River in North Carolina. Taking advantage of a public park/access point we pulled over to see how high water levels might be with the frequent rains we’ve been experiencing.
Rain showers have limited some outdoors activities the last few days so I’ve used this time to work on this blog and the associated gallery… Blog work — months ago Mark Graf kindly informed me certain images I was posting in Meandering Passage were not scaling correctly when viewed on an iPad, or probably any other small screen device…
I was delighted to see Tom Dills blog post on a recent afternoon visit to Morgan Ridge Vineyards which Bonnie and I had joined him and Kathy on. Tom had made the arrangements and as he mentioned it turned out to be an afternoon of enjoyable food, good wine and great company.