The Daily Telegraph ran a series of letters from readers about remote vacation destinations. Among them was this report about Kidepo:
Cut off from the familiar in a Ugandan national park
Kidepo Valley National Park, in north east Uganda, is where I headed with my family in 1992. We were lucky enough to spend four nights there, in rugged savannah country dominated by Mount Morungole and studded with rocky outcrops. Continue reading “Kidepo in the 90’s”
Our lemon grass plant isn’t getting enough sun where it is so I decided to try to split it up and move some of its babies to sunnier parts of the yard. This was the original plant, after I already ripped off about a third of it on the left part:
While installing Sage 50 Accounting, a $450-per-seat finance software developed by one of the world’s largest enterprise software vendors, I couldn’t believe my eyes when it threw this warning that it is incompatible with IPV6:
What a disgrace. I guess I should be grateful that it knows euros?
Sometimes the necessary is necessary. We’d all love to have OSHA-approved, explosion-proof, self-filtering stainless steel parts washers. The rest of time we use half of a plastic jerry can with a liter of kerosene.