'Hot red pony' exclaimed the lady ranger...
Trip Start Jun 15, 2013
54Trip End Ongoing
At about this time my pc stopped cooperating. I had been getting messages that so many files were corrupted etc. etc., so I spent most of Tuesday trying to figure out what the problem was and to see, if I could solve it myself. I did not seem to make any progress. I checked the local phone directory and found a number of computer repair services in Billings, Montana's largest town (which doesn't mean much: Montana has a total of 1 million inhabitants). Wednesday morning I drove there. The first guy on my list was not at home, so I went to the next one a couple of miles away: Rimrock Computer Company. The manager, Lindsay, was at her desk in the reception. I explained the problem, and she said they would take it in and run some virus tests. This would take one business day, so we agreed that I would return the next day. According to the invoice this is what they did: 'Complete removal of viruses, trojans, worms, spyware and malware using manual direction and automated scanning [etc.]'. A number of words have entered the English language or changed meaning, since I went to school!
Anyway, I'm getting away from my subject. When was the last time that you visited Yellowstone? When your parents took you there as a kid? When you took your kids there? Your grandchildren? I bet most of my American friends have visited Yellowstone at one time or another. So, I'm not going to write a long report about what I did. I will post some photos with comments and hope that suffices.