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Old 12-23-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Sorry pictures will not load and seems I cant delete , Oh well.
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:07 PM   #2
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OFB Click "Edit" button bar lower RH corner. Click on the white dot in the msg "deletion options" window. Then click on the "delete this msg" bar in the lower RH corner.

I had the same problem some time ago as I failed to see the bottom of the "deletion options" window.

I wonder what your posting problem was as I love to see your river pics.

This was also an experiment to see what happened when you used the "quick reply" option. Only difference I see is that the final msg is a bit smaller.
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Old 12-23-2013, 09:11 PM   #3
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Eric seems I am really behind the times with tech.

I am probably past my edit time window since there is no edit option now.

Settings on my end I am sure is not allowing to see or post pictures here.

Is what it is.

Sorry for the thread the post.
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Testing

They seem to be loading. Just a nice out and about with the pup.
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Enjoying the fire and roasting hot dogs and marsh mellows. Seems the pups are all in.
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Is zat you w the dogs? I thought you were a younger man but you're a LOT younger dan me. Posting done. Nice job there OFB. Looks like you've got sand there instead of mud. I'll bet you like dat.

We moor on a channel but it's more like a muddy ditch. There are some spotswhere you can nose up on the beach and take a walk. Hot dogs are trash food but they sure taste good at the fire on a beach. Oysters are much better and we used to turn over rocks on Hood Canal and roast them on the fire. Eat them just as they opened up. 1950 someth'in.
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Eric nope that's not me I am taking the pics. I have to be care full of who is OK with posted pics of them.

Sand ? kinda , there are lots of places like this you can land a boat. This beach has a walking trail to it be it a long trail. Some show up via the trail and some via small boat.

Ya "hot Dogs" over the camp fire are all good. I too prefer oysters or a salmon over the fire but even a marsh mellow or two work really well. Takes me back to times gone by.
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