Hello from (or to) Albuquerque. It has been over a week now. The new job is going to be great… as long as I can adjust to the technology. I don't think the coworkers I've talked to really believe me when I tell them I spent the past 3 years doing audits on 7- and 12- column ledger paper. I feel like a caveman who has been chipped out of the ice. But aside from that, the new firm seems to be a perfect fit for me professionally and philosophically.


As for recreation… well, just look. The only dilemma is deciding which direction to aim my camera.









I post to my photography site via lightroom, which is only installed on the big computer back in Birmingham. So until my better half makes it out here (hopefully very, very soon), my little pictures will have to live here on the blog. I hope you enjoy the views as much as I do. There are many more where these came from, and many excursions ahead.



(cross-posted via grammaticaster.com)

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Comment by Stephanie James on August 25, 2010 at 5:19pm
Welcome! I hope you're adjusting OK. I see from grammaticaster you're probably familiar with a "new york minute." Well now you must adjust to our "manana" time. Take it slow. Think of it sort of like 7- and 12- column ledger paper. ;g
Comment by grammaticaster on August 25, 2010 at 8:40pm
Niiiice. :-) So far, I'm thinking manana time is going to suit me just fine. Thanks!
Comment by cathyray on August 25, 2010 at 10:23pm
great pics!! & welcome.
Comment by Mi3ke on August 26, 2010 at 12:15pm
I think you need to come up with a better screen name. "Doug Scarborough" just doesn't tell us who you are.

Cheers, Mi3ke
(tongue in cheek)
Comment by Lee Francis on August 27, 2010 at 8:44am
Beautiful pics!

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