A Few Words From The Laptop

Hi, gang.  This is Gary’s computer speaking.  I know, I was a wet blanket on the European trip, but my battery didn’t take well to the wall charging over there, even with the very competent adapter/converter which, by the way, the camera and cell phone liked just fine.  I guess I’m just spoiled.

Anyway, we are back on U.S. soil, having arrived here yesterday afternoon, via Montreal.  Once he and I got to Saugus, MA, last night, Gary plugged me in, and I gratefully recharged my battery. So, with gratitude towards my fellow machines in the European Cybercafes, who kept you all posted on our whereabouts, these past few weeks, I am ready to get back to work on the many,many photo posts that are coming your way- on the rest of Paris, northern France, Belgium, Luxembourg and a swath of central Germany.  We will also have intermittent posts on this week in Massachusetts, especially on the Fourth of July.

So, thanks for your forbearance.  Tomorrow, we will present photos on Place de la Concorde and on Paris By Night.  Hope you will rejoin us.  I know, it’s been a long time.



2 thoughts on “A Few Words From The Laptop

  1. Welcome back, Lenovo — and Gary too! I’m sorry that you didn’t like the different power source in Europe, but perhaps that was a blessing — there are people who say that it’s better to enjoy the ‘scenery’ and write about it later. I’m really looking forward to seeing Gary’s photos, and hearing about the adventures of the trip — it’s been quite a time, I’m sure! Enjoy your time in MA, and post as you can 🙂 .


  2. Thanks, Janet. I actually drew the same conclusion. I did NOT want to spend any more time sitting at a computer than was necessary to keep in touch with everyone, and to keep tabs on my bank account. Now, I have the luxury of sitting and posting more.


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