We completely lost cable yesterday (still gone), and lost power for a while today. Isn't post-apocalyptic life grand. :-)
However, we think the DSL problem was resolved today. If so, I'll be able to get back to posting as normal.
To make up for the dead space on this blog and keep images in relative order, I'm going to post to their accurate dates with each new post. I typically do this after the images roll off the front of the blog. Since I'll be posting an unusually high volume of images, it makes more sense to post Hurricane Rita photos this way. However, I'll leave the newest image at the top and immediately move the next oldest into place.
Consequently, it might be wise to browse the images again at the end of the week. I still haven't found some of the images I've seen run on the Web from the first few days.
I explain the post-Rita experience as a blurry, two-week-long day with a nap or two in the middle. In actuality, it took three weeks, but I got normal sleep during most of the week leading into it. Hopefully, y'all can appreciate my definition by the time I find and post everything.
For reference, the hurricane hit September 24. I'll be posting into September's and October's archives.
Enough for now,