YETI Rambler Lowball cup is perfect match for Keurig K15 Compact Coffee Maker!

I found it odd that in the disposable K-cup world of Keurig, there isn’t a disposable cup (with lid) that works well. Most are too tall and the few that fit just don’t hold much coffee. My issue with using ceramic mugs is that my coffee gets cold too fast.

The other day I brought home my YETI Rambler Lowball 10 oz Stainless Steel Cup from work and it occurred to me that this just might fit in my Keurig K15 Compact coffee maker. Well, let’s just say that it’s a match made in heaven.

At first, I was disappointed that it didn’t fit with the lid on as I thought that would be a good way to store it. After further thought, however, I realized that if it did, there was a high probability that I would run the Keurig with the lid on the cup which would have ended in a mess. It’s a good thing it didn’t fit or I would have had to learn the hard way.

After a week of daily use, I’m extremely happy with this new discovery. I can now sip my morning coffee slowly and not worry about it getting cold!

Wacom Intuos Pro tablet (model PTH660) thoughts

I’ve had the Wacom Intuos Pro medium tablet (model PTH660) for a few months now and thought I’d post just a few thoughts.

First off, if you use Photoshop or Lightroom, the Wacom tablet is a game-changer. After you get used to using the pen, drawing is much more natural than with using a mouse. If you’ve ever tried to draw a circle or draw a selection around a person’s head with a mouse, you’ll appreciate the difference. Read more

Nebraska/Iowa Trip

Kimberly took me up to Nebraska/Iowa to meet her family. It was my first trip up to that part of the country and I had a wonderful time. Her family is just great. Spring hadn’t arrived yet, so it was pretty brown and overcast for most of the trip. There still were a few hints of winter snow. I only pulled out my DSLR at her Dad’s farm near Sioux City. Never been on a farm before. Lots of interesting stuff. Porter the cat, who is in a lot of the shots, was more dog than feline. He followed us all around just like a farm dog.