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Web and Traffic Cameras in the Coeur d’Alene, Dalton and Hayden Area

A look at the many Traffic cameras in our area.

Just click one of the links below.

 

Web and Traffic Cameras in the Coeur d’Alene Area

US 95 Ironwood facing North by North east

US 95 and I-90 facing South by Southeast

US 95 and Appleway Facing south by southeast

Kathleen and 95  Facing North

US 95: Hanley  facing North

US 95: Hayden Avenue Faceing South

Us 95 and Wyoming Avenue in Hayden Facing South with Traffic Info in Camera view

Live Video Cam Cda Lake Facing west from Independence point.

I-90 Higgens point Facing West by North West

Searching for the perfect computer– First leap.

I know I can’t afford the perfect computer, but I like to imagine the best computer, and what I could do with it.  I seriously think I could challenge any computer.

That being said, I look at the basics of my 3 models of computers. Because what is perfect for one, may be horrible for another. 

I used to recommend PC’s to new  customers. But my experience in working with older people adapting to new computer access is that, in reality 100 percent of what they do can be done on a tablet.

A 10.1 or bigger screen with nice keyboards for using in PC mode.

Now there are more models like the Surface pro from Microsoft. ( which I really really like ) but I like a sturdier keyboard when I and using big screen when editing photo’s. So I prefer a keyboard like the Logitech 480  bluetooth keyboard. It allows you to switch to three different Blue tooth devices so that you can use a bigger keyboard for type on your Phone and/or tablet when at your base location. Or just pull it out of the computer bag. It is battery operated. Now the Surface pro and others have their own keyboards, which I do not find to be totally adequate. But it’s speed in tablet mode running windows 10 is quite remarkable. I see the Seahawks use them on the sidelines all the time, so I figure they can take some abuse.

Lyme Disease and Bees «

April-June 2016 Journal American Apitherapy Society How a Bee Sting Saved my Life: Poison as Medicine By Christie Wilcox, 24 March 2015 Ellie Lobel was ready to die. Then she was attacked by bees. …

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