04 September, 2010

There's Good News, and There's Bad News

Road Trip

Not about the show! That news is all good - I had a wonderful day in sunny Sausalito. The art festival had great "gate" today, and I expect the same for the next couple of days.

The good news/bad news is about the camera issues I have been having. I forgot my cable for downloading images, so today I was trying to borrow one from some neighboring artists and a 10 year-old kid overheard my dilemma, and suggested that I just stick the SD card from my camera directly into my laptop. Tonight I looked, and there is the SD port right in front. Doh. No, double-doh!! Now I have forgotten my camera at the booth! I promise pics tomorrow, since I should have the technology, and the parts, all together by then.

Organization skills are a critical issue when you are doing an outdoor fair. I do fairly well, but something will always slip through the cracks.


Deborah Paris said...

from the mouths of babes! LOL. Looking forward to seeing your pics and glad to hear things are going well!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks very much, Deborah.

Robyn Sinclair said...

You aren't the only one, Casey, I've only just discovered I can do the same thing with the memory card from my camera into the side of my 27" iMac. But I have never worked out what the slot on the side of my G4 laptop, that I've had for over five years, is actually for.

Have a great fair!

Casey Klahn said...

Yeah, Robyn. What are all these ports for? I am left in the dust, really.


Laura Dietrick said...

Don't be so hard on yourself...the right side of your brain is probably so much larger and filled with creative stuff that the left doesn't stand a chance. Too bad I'm all the way on the east coast and can't be there to see the show.

Casey Klahn said...

Yes, Laura, it would've been fun to meet you!

Joan said...

Leave it to a youngster to "instruct" us dinosaurs! HA

I have to inquire about this travel mobile you have pictured here. Is it custom made? Commercially available? Fascinating!

Casey Klahn said...

Lets see, Joan. It looks like a fiberglass custom job to me. What I dig is that station wagon!

I found the photo at Photobucket, where I get filler images when needed.

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