Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Tues Nov 18 3rd snowfall and cold


http://blueridgeblog.blogs.com/ Marie's photo


our 3rd snowfall. http://www.booneweather.com/Forecast/Boone
check out the conditions at SugarMountain http://www.skisugar.com/conditions/


still no internet at home, we're connected but no bandwidth, Charter says they're working on it. One of their fella's came yesterday, installed a modem/router combo and they didn't cure the problem either. :-(

7 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Wow - that picture is gorgeous...and very cold looking. LOL. Thanks for your nice comment on my blog. I love that fall leaf picture you have posted - that is amazing looking.

Hey - want me to teach you how to make words into hyperlinks so you don't have to type out the entire URL to websites you want people to visit? :-)

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Me again. :-)
The HTML for a basic link looks like this (only without the quotation marks at the beginning and end -if I don't put them in, you won't see the code): "TEXT"

Put replace the http://URL (leaving those quotation marks) with the URL you want to use.
Replace the word TEXT with the words you want to be the hyperlink.

Let me know if this doesn't make sense or if it doesn't come through right. :-)

Farmgirl_dk: said...

dang. I can *see* that it didn't work.

Let's try this again. I'll break it into two parts: part 1:

and part 2: TEXT


Put part 2 right immediately at the end of part 1 (no spaces or anything)

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sugarcreekstuff said...

Hi Joanna, you have more snow than we do up here in Michigan, it sure is cold though.

Farmgirl does know tons about computers, she's so smart. But I still can't figure out how to do the link thing.

Farmgirl_dk: said...

sugarcreekstuff: if you would get your dern gmail account, we could "chat" and then i could easily TELL you how to do it. :-)

Teesa and Bill said...

I can help out with the hypertext sometime this week, IF you get internet back. Just let me know.

Love your blog, BTW.