Gee guys, I just told her what you said. Maybe I shouldn't have, eh? OK.... I've been experimenting. I've been travelling with a tiny Netbook computer... a little ASUS Eee thingamy that drives me nuts. Typing on it is a nightmare with my big fingers... the touchpad bounces the cursor everywhere and so on. Its only got 1Gb of memory so there's not a lot I can do with it.... I'm no teckie, so I'm not blaming it for that. I've just backed up all my photos onto my desktop and I flicked a couple of shots into Photoshop (I prefer to see things as they come off the camera btw) but at least I could extract some data. Here's the run from Tuktuk on Lake Toba up to Berastagi... the back way - that's around the island shore first, then up the escarpment. Not a bad climb up the escarpment there eh? I did a bigger one than that in Vietnam a couple of years ago. We dropped almost 6,000' in 20 - 25 km. It was the new road from DaLat down towards Nha Trang. A fabulous bit of track. ... and, having access to a video editing program, I grabbed a still from one of the early videos. This is crossing Nolan's Creek on the Old Telegraph Track, up on Cape York. Its the only one we carried the KTM across... and we only did that because Peter had drowned his Tenere and we'd had to pool all our spare oil to get him mobile again. If any of us had sunk in and got water in the oil... we'd have been in trouble Being able to do things like this is tempting me to take the much gruntier Notebook back with me rather than the Netbook... but it won't fit in the tankbag and I know I really shouldn't.