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WEll I am safely in the North of Viet-Nam near Tonkin where Psilocybe cubensis was discovered for the 2nd time in history in the early 1900's by a Frenchman and given a different name as Naematoloma caerulescens Patoullard (spell). I just found out that the four cd-roms of my memory cards I had burned in Cambodia were somehow writer protected and while I can copy a copy of the folder to the desktop, I cannot copy an image or repaste it elsewhere and even in photoshop 7.0 it will not allow me to save it under a new name or the original name or repaste and post it anywhere so I am fucked there by the lost of about 800 images.
I will send some images in the next few days of some cubies collected in the rice fields of Viet-Nam.
I will be here for about five to seven days.
Mr. Milo who has now joined me on two other ocassions will now join me in Bangkok on Sept 1, 2003 for two weeks. WE will go to Burma, India, Sri Lanka and/or Nepal, or and possibly Madagascar, Africa for a shroom hunt , only it is probably no longer a rainy season there in Africa. But we will attempt to go somewhere new.
While the Thai season ends in October I have picked cubies into Jan and Copes into February.
from Mj halfway around the world.
Also cannot find out how to make individual framed images from the movies I made in the hot air balloon with my digital camera.
I also have lost upwards into 1000 great Shroom images by burning them onto CD (from floppy disks) and then they were all lost like you describe. I needed to format (erase) all the images i had on floppy disk so i could take new images.
Seriously a bummer...
You have went too far already, so don't let this small mishap ruin your trip.
Try to get a cheap film-camera or a disposable, 'cause we love to see what you find.