I’ve been off the website for a week: We made an adventuresome excursion to New Plymouth, on the northern edge of the peninsula formed long ago by the eruption of the volcano known as Mt. Taranaki. We spent three days there with Squiddy and family, and on the last day embarked on an unforgettable hike up onto the slope of the mountain, from its east side. The weather (rain squalls and wind) was such that we went only part of the way toward Dawson Falls, but the section that we did hike included a generous portion of the section known as the Goblin Forest. The trees are blessed with wonderful crops of mosses and lichens, and we were well rewarded for our efforts. More to come, soon.
And, by the way, I’d like to ask for your help on another issue: With increasing frequency when I’m working with Photoshop, the dotted line that shows the size of the brush I’m using for dodging, burning, etc. disappears and I’m left with only the crosshair center of the brush. Sometimes it resets when I close and reopen the program, but I usually have to shut down and restart the whole system before it works again. Any thoughts, please?