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Old 03-09-2013, 04:15 PM
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There are plenty of options out there to resize your pic. Here is one that I have used before, Flickr
Keep trying, we woud love to see the pics . Especially when they include words like fire (pronounced farr) .
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Lets try again Gulf!

You from Gulf Coast? I'm originally from Beaumont/Port Arthur area about 30 minutes from the beach.
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Just looked at your album.

Damn fine looking oven, sir!
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Lets try again Gulf!

You from Gulf Coast? I'm originally from Beaumont/Port Arthur area about 30 minutes from the beach.
Yes sir,
Actually, I'm about an hour from the coast. Though, I do love the gulf coast. I do spend a lot of my free time there. I know it is not a real big ambition but, I intend to ride my my bike from the Florida Keys to Brownsville TX in the near future.

Great pic! Try resizng a little larger .
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Just looked at your album.

Damn fine looking oven, sir!
Spoken like a true southerner.

Thank's very much Skidroz,
It does cook great, (at least to the extent of my abilties ). I do hope to have some finished pics by late spring. I hope .
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I intend to ride my my bike from the Florida Keys to Brownsville TX in the near future. .
Are you talking of something with pedals or a machine that converts gas to noise?
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Are you talking of something with pedals or a machine that converts gas to noise?


Very "loud" noise .
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Very "loud" noise .
Sweet! - my fellow "Brother of the Wind" So you do know that Harley's are the most efficient machine to convert gas to noise - ride safe my friend!
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