This is where the gentleman that built this oasis in the desert mountains used to live, it was his small winter cottage.
A couple of days ago my main computer decided to go on the fritz and refuses to boot up. And this has thrown my otherwise peaceful stress-free life into a tizzy.
I have other computers which is the only reason I'm able to write this blog post right now, but my other computers don't have all the latest things on them that I need to dictate my blog, or work on a picture, so I've been having to make do sometimes using two computers to do one job because neither one will complete the job by itself.
I've been researching on the Internet in an effort to find a solution to my computer problem and so far things aren't sounding too good in that it might be a motherboard problem. If it were a mobo problem on a desktop I could pull it out and replace it, but on a laptop that's not so easy, and finding a laptop mobo is a lot more difficult than finding one for a desktop.
Last night I tried taking a bootable hard drive out of a working computer and putting it in my broken one but I still couldn't get it to boot, which kind of indicates a hardware problem which is not good news. Oh well. Into each life a little rain must fall, it just seems like this winter I've had too much rain falling, and cold rain at that.
There was lots of strange plants and spectacular scenery
I'm sorry about this giant theboondork watermark, this is what happens when you try to do one job with two computers.
Another thing that happens is you end up with no watermark.
This is Queen Creek as it runs through Queen Canyon and makes this whole oasis possible.