jmart
Testing out
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Crossbones
Hello,
I attached a pic the same way (new here) but I would like to post pics as a full pic instead.
Did you figure that out?
If you did, please share, I can't find anything on it but your test.
Thanks
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jmart
No sorry,  I haven't.   Maybe the moderators can add some comments, but this forum has been unusually quiet for several months.  
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RoverAl
When you want to add a photo there are two options, attach files like post above or insert photos like this IMG_20160702_093322.jpg
you can also click the little tree in the header bar next to the smiley face to do the same thing as clicking insert photo in footer. It's all in the reply box very simple. I am using windows chrome.  


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jmart
IMG_0013.JPG  Trinity Rive levees near downtown Dallas.   

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Zurichman
jmart wrote:
Dang how in the world can you have gravel or roads like that so close to the city. I live here in rural Pa. and have to ride almost 11 miles and climb a 3 mile mt. to just get to some fire tower really hilly gravel crappy/rough/washboard roads.

Zman IMG_0013.JPG  Trinity Rive levees near downtown Dallas.   

If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman
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jmart
We're very fortunate here in Dallas to have this natural disaster waiting to happen.   I don't know the exact history, but my take on it is that our city was built along the paths of the Trinity "River". The Trinity name is so called because it is made up of multiple (three) rivers that interconnect.   When we get rain, the bottom land around the rivers flood really bad which would in turn flood our downtown and other areas.  Levees were built on both sides of the rivers to control the flooding.   Sorry for the long explanation.  IMG_0014.JPG 

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Zurichman
jmart wrote:
We're very fortunate here in Dallas to have this natural disaster waiting to happen.   I don't know the exact history, but my take on it is that our city was built along the paths of the Trinity "River". The Trinity name is so called because it is made up of multiple (three) rivers that interconnect.   When we get rain, the bottom land around the rivers flood really bad which would in turn flood our downtown and other areas.  Levees were built on both sides of the rivers to control the flooding.   Sorry for the long explanation.  IMG_0014.JPG 



No worry on the long explanation. Anyway you can get some gravel right out your back door would work for me.


Zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman
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