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A few weeks ago I took a road trip over to the Presidentials of N.H. to backpack this awesome range. Awesome trip, loved it, gonna do it annually. Although the weather wasn't the greatest I absolutely loved it. This area is known to have had some the worse weather in America.
There was at least one death on this particular weekend. I sadly announce that after 3 years of use in all sorts of environments, my trusty point & shoot Kodak Easy Share camera died from over exposure ( no pun intended, it got too wet ). It was a slow death and she held on right to the end. I could even view her last shots on the ride home. Once home.... she had passed. *sniffle*. Luckily, the memory card was still good and the photos were retrieved. We (my wife and I) are in the market for a new, more shock & weather resistant lightweight point & shoot or possibly an SLR that can withstand my abuse.
After a short mourning and frustration of being camera-less, my mother-in-law kindly let us borrow her older camera. Here's the kicker... This camera take a memory stick (MS) card instead of the more interchangeable secure digital (SD) card. These cards do not slide into a laptop. Since this was her secondary camera, the USB cord had been misplaced.
Since my traverse, I have been out a few times hiking in the verdant hills of Vermont taking photos along the way. I am excited to share my adventures as always but I won't do it without photos. It helps explain my journeys. With that said, I have a few posts in draft waiting patiently to have photos added. I should have a cord by the end of the week.