Well, not exactly nothing, but not as much as I planned. I spent precious time Saturday morning making room on my memory card to capture lots of memories of Apple Hill only to discover once we were there that my batteries were nearly dead. Aarrgh. I took a few shots while the battery indicator flashed red.
We posed (for Grandma, who never leaves home with almost dead batteries).
We got tired.
And then the screen went black. The bright side of the dead battery situation is that I spent more time gazing at the scenery than looking through a lens, and more time just being with my family than stalking them with my camera. Despite the lack of photographic evidence, we had a wonderful day.
George is on vacation this week and we are building a built-in hutch in the family room to house the computer and other learning materials. It's going to be one big cabinet. My posts will be a little sporadic while I'm helping George rip the ply and prime and paint, but I will definitely recharge the camera batteries in order to show you the finished product. Stay tuned.