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The leaves are changing color, transforming the greens of summer to vibrant reds, orange, and yellows for leaf peepers to see and photograph. Mixed in with the leaves are ripening red, orange, and green apples all across the country. There’s … [Read more...] about A Bushel of Facts For Apple Picking Season
Modern grandparents in this day and age are much more than the candy-dispensing, babysitting grandparent stereotypes of earlier generations. Today's grandparents are often key figures in helping to raise their grandchildren and even if not … [Read more...] about Why Grandkids & Grandparents Need Each Other (And how tech can help)
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You think you know what you're doing and then...you're stuck! √ You are struggling with Zoom because you really want to communicate with your friends and relatives. √ Someone told you about a new weather app for your smartphone, but you don't … [Read more...] about HELP! What do I do now? Five ways to solve any tech question or issue.
It's interesting what summer vacation spots are called in different parts of the country. Where I was born in Michigan it was called going "up north". For us, that meant driving 300 miles north to Burt Lake to spend glorious days in a small cottage … [Read more...] about Summer Activities at a Maine Camp—Where Does Technology Fit?