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trackhead

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Posted: 01/25/15 03:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

c.traveler2 wrote:

Since last logging in the OP must have resized them for I can now view them.

trackhead, excellent photos of your back country adventure and one that I'm putting on my bucket list.


I didn't change a thing..........

Put it on your bucket list, I love it there.


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Posted: 01/25/15 03:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

trackhead wrote:

I sized them to 640 per the guidelines, and even exported them from the editing software at a meager 800 width. Sorry it's not working out.

You can see them on my blog at modernmongolian.blogspot.com


Trackhead, I would hope you would continue posting here and not want people to visit your website/blog, only. As we live in a world of convenience and if someone is use to using a remote, to change the TV Channels and Volume on their TVs and Radios, they are beyond getting up and walking across the room and change the channel on the TV set or even clicking more clicks, on their mouse, to get somewhere else. IOS users (Apple), and most SmartPhone users, have to touch their screens to make a change.

The Trip Reports that get more shelf life (views) on this forum are the ones that don't get funneled to a Blog/or Photo Hosting Site. Go ahead, and look at the numbers, they are on the opening page of this TC Forum. But the real treat, after looking through the photos and narrative, are the comments, like mine [emoticon], as they help you/posters know that they are reaching someone. Plus some of our members are just outstanding with their wit, comments and knowledge. Not many leave messages on Blogs. Just look at the number of comments that are posted on Whazoo's new blog. You have a quality product Trackhead and the requisite Cute Family and great locale, so you should continue to share. O.K.?

Also, providing a hot link is not like most locations on the internet, post and it is HOT activated. RV.net requires a Tag on your URL, to post here. So if you could, go to the advanced bar, at the bottom of the page and convert your URLs to a hot link. As you see, in Windows it is a simple cut and paste for one to do it,

but in IOS (Apple) one must;

Save the page
Post in another location
Then cut and copy the link
Then post it in a Safari Link
Hit return to open

So, if you and others, that are beyond getting up and walking across the room to turn on your Radio and TV, welcome to the modern age of computers, Be Kind and Save a Neanderthal the embarrassment.
Your link is posted below;

b

Trackhead's Blog Clicky here

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Posted: 01/25/15 04:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have no problem with people posting a link to more or larger pictures, though I'll accept that people using other than a full function machine might have more trouble.


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Yup, I'm aware that blog links are annoying, and I agree. I have that blog for my family to see where we go, not for much else.

We have an abnormally large amount of free time, on purpose, and will be going on a lot of truck camper trips. I like posting pics, but not much on words....

Hope others post more pics here too, fun to see.

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I've enjoyed the portions of your blog you have posted. I too have a blog and use it for the reasons you have stated. It is wonderful seeing the transition you have taken your family, as they have with you. Whatever your future leads too, your son will be so richly rewarded, as I am doing with my own grandkids, when they visit me on the road. The time you have taken, in posting your trip reports, is greatly appreciated and for some of us, understood. My only point was to help with you knowing a bit of what others have learned here too, that the Truck Camper Forum is very unique compared to the other forums found on RV.net with Trip Reports. Sadly, IMHO, the norm is to post an announcement of a Trip Report and then post the link. YOu, trackhead do really great work, share wonderful content, and have one photogenic family with a backdrop to feature them in. Inspiring.

Have fun, post often, comment often and be safe with your travels.

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