Friday, April 15, 2011

you can really tell your age ...

when you feel that your skills at this new fangled thing called blogging is a total mystery to you. Talk about feeling like an artifact. It has taken me several attempts at maneuvering around the site to finally see the goofy little button at the top that tells me it is the key to hit when i want to post something. Still can't figure out how to add a picture for my profile though. it does not seem to want to accept jpg's. Every day i learn more and more and am grateful that i still have the three brain cells required to think with. If these meandering words actually post i will consider today a success. Digress.
Now to comment on my colleagues posts. Wow. I mean wow. You inspire me to search out cool stuff to add and to be part of the collective DSQHR consciousness. Sandra your insight into the irrigation system is great stuff. Now that i get to go back tomorrow and learn more I will be able to add my own thoughts and hopefully have input worth sharing. Now i just have to get a new camera as i left my old one a the Giants game last sunday. bummer.


  1. It's OK Mark, you're forgiven for being technologically impaired. Though I shouldn't speak because I have no clue how to become a contributor.

  2. This is my first time blogging too. I'm trying to figure out how to post a new topic/thread ?

    This site is pretty helpful, we can now share what we found in the excavation with better detail and pictures!
    I can't wait to see what could be under the ground
    So far I saw everyone finding some bird bones, bricks, glass, large mammal bones, and white plates(in pieces)
    With so many pieces of the plate, maybe we can make a complete plate!


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