|Happy Hallowe'en! (c) Sept. 2011 by RLMT|
As a child, I could not see well; I was well into elementary school years when a random eyes-and-ears test was done in my school. Suddenly, my parents realized why their late-born youngest was so clumsy and yet had unusually acute hearing. And why some things in school came easy to me, as well: my greatest adventures came from reading, which I had puzzled out how to do two years before seeing the inside of a classroom of any sort.
|A granddaddy long-legs spider with prey. (c) Sept. 2011 by RLMT.|
On that first 360 blog, I first shared nonfiction animal-related stories. I added photos, artwork, and just plain fun online findings as well. Then after a couple of weeks, I signed on and tried to go blog, only to find that I kept being refused access to it due to SERVER OVERLOAD FOR THIS PAGE, PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER. It scared me, the internet being what it is in terms of open range for predators and pests. Reluctantly I closed the page down to just a few highly trusted friends. To practice a form of discipline, I blogged something every day for a solid year. With only about 75 viewers permitted access, I had more than 40,000 hits that one year.
|An old cabin on a ridge-top near our home. (c) Sept. 2011 by RLMT.|
|An overlook in the Red River Gorge of eastern Kentucky. (c) Oct. 2011|
|View from a small field on Indian Creek, Red River Gorge area of eastern Kentucky. (c) Oct. 2011 by RLMT.|