About viewing our photos… / 30.09.12

Some of us are still experimenting with the best way to share photos with you.  Many photos appear under the Photos section of our website, however you are not able to write comments.  While viewing our photos directly on our website is a fast way to view them,  I also encourage you to access these photos through our flikr.com group – where they are actually uploaded to – and there, you can write comments about the photos.  In flikr.com, click on the photo to open it individually to see the full description, then you can arrow through the set while continually seeing the full description of each photo, with full screen option.  They are organized by date posted, not taken : http://www.flickr.com/groups/fueledbyrice/pool/

When possible, I post relevant photos right in blogs, but there are many of my photos that are not posted this way.

Kallie, on the other hand, is posting her photos through blog posts, but in clusters, that should take you to her flikr set when you click on them.  Again, in flikr, you are able and we encourage your comments, questions, feedback so we might have a dialogue.  Be sure not to miss her photos!

We are working on a way to organize our photos, likely by general theme like country, hosts, roads, food, etc.

As for commenting on the blogs, you just need to click the title and open each individual blog and at the bottom there is a box for you to comment and/or ask questions.

We have been well and resting in Aix-en-Provence, France, with another two wonderful home stays, this time we split up the group to lighten the burden on any one host.

France, Aix – en – Provence – With Devin and Tori’s host, Thebolt (fourth from right) celebrating his birthday with his girlfriend and two dutch friends. THANK YOU for the hospitality!


France, Aix-en-Provence – Our dinner for our wonderful hosts, Claire and Laurent. THANK YOU for your hospitality!


France, Aix-en-Provence – Our hosts’, Claire and Laurent, low energy near passive home made of wood, very rare in this region of France. All the neighbors know them by their wood house.

THANK YOU for your interest and support!


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  1. Rod said on October 1, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    Peter, thank you for that clarifying update-much appreciated, as well as the photos!

  2. Barbara Sullivan said on October 4, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    Wonderful pics — delighted to hear that all of you are doing great and loving your experience. bls

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