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Nvr*lost

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Posted: 01/02/08 10:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CalMark: Sorry, I was not able to edit the post for location after I figured out how to add the photos. Those photos were taken at Fort Desoto Park, outside St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Johnnie R: You can go to the help section in technology section and you will find directions to adding pictures to text. Basically though, you post your photos to a free website that allows you to display your photos for free. I just started using "photobucket", but there are many others. Once you do that, you need to copy the link, referred to as the URL, and post that address in this box. The computer will then upload the photo to RV.Net and when done correctly, it will show. RV Snowbird from the technology section helped me with a glitch that I ran into. He is very helpful so you can email him directly if you get stuck. Good luck.

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Posted: 01/02/08 11:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Colorado Christmas 2006

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ok, so it's not technically a camp site, it's in my back yard. But, the kids have "camped" there a few times, so I think it counts.


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Nvrlost:
Thank you. Hopefully you'll see my photos soon.

Gkainz:
Works for me! I use my backyard to camp to keep 4 German Shepherds acclimated to the camper. A quick anecdote: When we returned home from a weekend camping trip with the dogs, I let the shepherds out of their traveling crates. They ran out of the camper realized we were back in the home yard and literrally ran back into the camper into their crates as if to say we don't want to come home yet!!

With Nverlost' instructions, I hope to post some photos soon.


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GKAINZ: I have a campsite of my own like that, except in more pelsant weather.[image]

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Nvr*lost wrote:

GKAINZ: I have a campsite of my own like that, except in more pelsant weather.[image]


Okay, I have to ask!! By the looks of the photo, there is no room to navigate, in front of you is foloiage, and to the rear is foliage.

How in the-------- did you get the RV in that spot?!!!!

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We have stayed a lot of great campground. But we like our RV pad at home. Have spent time in MH to get a better view of the deer in our orchard. Location is Milford, MI.
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so you can tell which rig is ours....



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Johnnie R: The driveway angles to the right and connects with the main driveway into the garage and street. I tried to post a picture, but I am running a backup now that has interfered with posting the photo.

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