Comments by linda cavanaugh
Thanks, Tim! My solution has been to keep a current copy of VMWare's Fusion on my Mac. It creates a virtual Windows machine, from which I can do any of the "Windows Only" things.
What a wonderful market! My son and I were there today as well, and all I can say is wow. But, I have a question - how did you manage to get photos without a ton of people in the background?! :-) The place was packed when we were there at 3pm. And to think they aren't even completely stocked yet!
Actually, Barry, I was more miffed that one of the rocks broke my headlight than actually realizing the danger of the situation.
I'm glad they cleaned it up, I got hit by some of those rocks when they came flying over the top of the ridge onto my car (blue Volvo wagon). Broke one of my headlights, dented the car in several places, and screwed up the driver's side rear view mirror.
Kevin - you may need to get a third-party viewer, like "Flip4Mac" or something like that (works on Safari). I also found that I have to actually click on the PLAY icon in whatever viewer I'm in before the videocam starts to display. I don't have any PCs so I can't really be of help there.
Thank you for the great coverage of this. The photos are wonderful. Keep up the great work!