Thanks for a great weekend bolters . !0 hours on the road got me home at 6 pm. Round trip millage was just under a thousand miles Uneventful trip , maybe a couple torrential down pours and a little hydroplaning but that' all . Heck , I even sailed through customs
John, good cut lines (descriptions) on your pictures. Thanks for doing that. Hope the rest of you do the same.
One tip: make the cut line in all caps that way it is easier to see in the dark background of the screen.
Well, another tip if you don't know how to put a caption. Start with the caption FIRST, then drag your picture over. It will look like nothing happened but in a second, the pix will drop to the bottom. Go on to next cut line and pictures. DO NOT HIT THE DONE BUTTON YET.
Once you have them ALL in, then hit DONE. You still will not see anything. However, when you finish and hit Post Reply, it will all show up in your post.
Once you have your pictures in, there is no way to "edit" them at all. Have to start over.
If you have too many, maybe Amtrack Joe still has his photo hosting site. ???
Last edited by Peggy M; Sun Sep 25 2022 11:04 PM.
Peggy M Bird's eye view is a bit different than the worm's ~~ and it ISN'T about food.
Happy to have made the trip and joined the group. Happy for the fellowship. Also happy to have proper name for the truck formerly known as flappy. Thanks for the chow and coffee. But no pictures from me
Mike B -- What do you call something that is not all originally left of its former self? Something that died and now you have this image ... not really the original thing, but still there? Something that died and now has transcended to a higher plane of existence??
"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." Will Rogers
'49 Chevrolet 3804 '73 IH 1310 Dump '14 Ford E-350 4x4 (Quigley)