Blogger Sites Back Up

Found that trying to get to my Blogger sites via Cox Cable connection was not working.  Cox tech support was absolutely no help.  Was planning on gettin a Verizon MIFI as backup anyway.  Got one.  Worked out of the box.  The blogs now work. Two bars of LTE connectivity seem to provide more reliability than a full-up Cox cable connection!  That just not right.  But at least my alert bloggers work again.

Alert Blogger Sites Down

The domain host for my alert blogger sites apparently stopped responding to posts on 8 September 2018. I am trying to resolve issues with the hosting provider. Sorry that the alerts are not being posted during this time of increased weather activity.

alertblogger.com blogs back in operation

The alerting blogs fed from IPAWS are now back in operation. They went down at 0952 EST today. Power has been restored and they are fully back on line as of 1700.

Power Outage Affecting alertblogger.com

My apologies to anyone looking to one of the alertblogger.com site for alerts. A power outage caused by Winter Storm Riley is preventing alerts from being posted. Hopefully we will be back to normal soon.

Regret

Something I wrote as advice about two years ago. Thinking about it now; maybe worth sharing to a wider audience:

You can regret, and still build from where you are. Regret is not the end. It puts you in a place. But that place says “the past is what it is.” It cannot be changed. All we can control is the future. The best regret can do is help us make better decisions in the future. And those decisions have to start from where you are, not where you wish you had been.

IPAWS-OPEN 3.09

IPAWS-OPEN version 3.09 is being installed to Production today. Mostly behind the scenes changes.

Nights 11 and 12 – Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

Alma NB Harbor at low tide. Boats on the bottom of the sea floor in the harbor. When the tide comes in, they can go back to work.  The next two pictures are from several taken at Hopewell Cape Park where visitors can walk on the sea floor at low tide to check out 20o million year old rocks and the formations created by Bay of Fundy tidal action. Hopewell_Alma_harbor Hopewell_Rocks1 Hopewell_Rocks2

Nights 9 and 10 – St. John, New Brunswick

The pictures are from “Reversing Rapids” on the St. John river.  The water actually flows in the opposite direction with almost as much turbulence when the tide is coming in.  St John is the capital of New Brunswick.  We learned some history, primarily of the “loyalists” who left the colonies to the south when they became the USA.  Many of them came not to New Brunswick. StJohn1StJohn2

Nights Six, Seven and Eight – St. Andrews NB

St Andrews by the Sea is a beautiful small town at the end of a peninsula. These pictures were taken from the outside seating in a small restaurant with good food and reasonable prices. I could summer here for sure.  A truly wonderful place.StAndrews1 StAndrews2_cloud StAndrews3

Nights Five and Six – Near Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor has exquisite scenery, but the town is an overcrowded tourist trap.  The traffic is horrendous and the roads in an out were in heavy construction to the point that we drove on 8 miles of jolting rocks to get there. That said, I did consume two Maine lobsters and we did enjoy the scenery. The campground “Narrows Too” was OK, but a bit dusty. But we met our caravan crew there. Lots of old folks from all over the U. S. plus one from Canada. Age range from about fifty to eighty-four.  Mostly couples, but 2 singles.  24 Motor home in all, headed for Saint Andrews by the Sea in Canada as our next stop.
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