Our last day’s seminars were all about making your own websites and blogs. We ended by teaching about Wordpress – this was a brand new seminar for us. I think it went pretty well. All our seminar handouts are on our website and easily found on the tutorial page for the topic you want. All except Wordpress, because we don’t have any tutorials on it yet. Here’s a link to the Wordpress seminar handout. We make these publicly available to anyone who wants to read them, but they are for personal use only. If you want to use them for any other purpose, please send us an email OK?
What was extra cool, was how we used our Droid phones for our internet connection. See the article I wrote on RV.net for more details.
On Friday, we had a free day and had plans to take the famous Sandia Peak Tramway – the longest tramway in the world, going up 2.7 miles to the 10,378ft top. BUT – they were closed due to weather :-( No, it wasn’t snowing again. This time it was too windy.
We planned to take the Tramway ride with our friends Phil and Tracey from TechnoRV. We met them last summer at one rally, and then again at a few more. They set up a very classy booth to sell all sorts of cool gadgets. This year, they’re also selling our books and DVDs … we like that! Luckily, they know the Albuquerque area better than we do and recommended a local winery – I think this may be the beginning of a beautiful friendship! :-)
We topped off the evening by going to dinner in ‘Old Town’ Albuquerque. So, we got to see some sights after all! Thanks Phil and Tracey!