Good pics. Makes me miss my horses. Had them for about 35 yrs. Did a lot of trail riding.
must be a long line waiting to get in.
Ditto Home Depot. I have gotten veteran discount at both stores. In Texas you can get veteran imprinted on your driver license or CHL
I agree with gvarmer> I have the same coverage with State Farm as well. Cheap coverage for what it does. I understand it also covers your camera equipment even if you drop it. You can also put your accessories and laptop on the same coverage.
Oops, forget to mention; if you look at a bridge camera, I would suggest that it be able to operate on manual as well as just automatic. Not all bridge cameras do.
Tomas1; there has been some great advice posted on this thread. My two cents worth: I currently have a nikon d5500 with a Tamron 18 270 vc lense and an 55-200 vr lens as backup. Love the setup. But, I also have two nikon p520 bridge cameras, that I started out with, as backup cameras, and am pleased with most of the fotos I get with them, and they were a good starting point in learning digital photography. The bridge cameras don't really cost that much and can really help you learn more about what you want as you decide to expand your horizons. My suggestion would be to check out refurbished cameras to save money. Cameta Camera has some good prices on refurbished equipment and they generally carry a 1 year warranty on such equipment. IMHO.
Just curious what price you are talking about?
When she is lost, why not call her on her cell phone?
HI, Suntouched. Not looking for a scanner; but, noticed Sierra Vista, Az listed in your post. I was stationed at nearby Fort Huachuca briefly in 1967. Sierra Vista was a pretty small town back then; but imagined it has grown a bit over the years as I have noticed it in bylines of several people who probably are retired. Just curious as to how much it may have changed. Anyway, good luck on your scanner.
This is a great forum site. Lots of knowledgeable photographers who are more then willing to help someone learning photography.I have learned more on UHH forums than in the class I took. Good luck.
Keys in one pocket, billfold in another, and my money in all the other pockets.😁😁
I’m glad someone brought this up. Suspect this is a conundrum for more than a few people. Have one attached to lens; irritating. Have several attached to camera strap; feels like you are wrangling a snake. May try just putting them in my pocket. But, then, what do I do with keys?😀😀