Today. Success. I finally loaded Mountain Lion and it’s running successfully on my mid-2009 MacbookPro. I loaded it onto my secondary drive instead of my primary drive. In the process, the problems I’ve been having with Mail got repaired, so it’s also running smoothly. There’s must be some issue with my primary disk drive, but I’ve run Tech Tool Pro, Disk Tools Pro, and Disk Utility on it and can’t find a problem.
We’ll I don’t care. It’s all working now. Now I just have to figure out how to use all the new features of Mountain Lion.
The famous 17th Island Hole at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, is home to the PGA Tour’s Players Championship, but open to the public the rest of the year. The hole’s surrounding water claims an estimated 125,000 golf balls annually.
Yesterday was a day of anticipation as I prepared my MacBook Pro to install the latest and greatest operating system, Mountain Lion. Got it ready; clicked the button in the App Store ($20); waited the 1.5 hours for download; waited the 2 hours for install; rebooted. Crap. None of the iWorks apps would launch, Mail took 18 hours to covert the Mail database and didn’t finish, tons of other apps crashed.
Today I spend the day converting back to Lion and recovering my data. Now I’m back and running. Guess the latest and greatest isn’t really the greatest.
Since May 5th, I’ve been busy crafting three different 5 gallon batches of beer. Here they are:
These are the 72nd, 73rd, and 74th batches of beer I have brewed since I started in 1993. These three are especially good. If I can find the room, I’ll bring samples with me for Old Dad and Patrick when we head for California this fall.
The red is an extract brew. The stout and IPA are all-grain concoctions. If you want the recipe, just leave a comment and if I have your email address, I’ll send it to you. (Don’t leave your email in the body of your comments).