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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
Yup, my wife's grandma beat it at age 86.....she's 99 now...
Feel very sorry for you. My Mother had breast cancer twice and lived 30 years post diagnosis. Hang in there, my prayers are with you and your family
Any suggestions on using an iPhone and getting a "tag" posted without getting Bruced?
A lot of iPhone people like Tapatalk.
Tapatalk makes it pretty easy, but it costs a few bucks. Can also use a smugmug or photobucket uploader which allows you to quickly copy/paste the link.
Tagged on Rt.62 in Martinsburg:
New tag: we'll make this one a little less obvious
This village blacksmith shop is just one of several historic buildings located in this appropriately named village. The county that contains this village was created in March, 1808.
I've never tried Tapatalk. The forum works just fine on my Iphone in the regular browser, so I never really knew what the benefit would be (and I'm cheap, and not willing to spend a few bucks to find out).
For posting, I have a free photobucket account, and the free app on my iphone.
Open Photobucket, Upload New Picture, Take Pic, Click the (i), click to copy the IMG code, open the thread, NEW REPLY, paist the IMG code.
If I've got decent 3G service, it's a 1 minute process start-to-finish.
Tag grab. I got here as quick as I could Smithville Pioneer Village.
Great job, Steve!
Did you figure out the village name from the clue, or did you just know where it was?
Almost knew it from memory, but the clue nailed it. The barn from yesterday I knew by sight but thought it was north of Killbuck not between Killbuck & Warsaw.
Tagged at 1631 N. Hametown Rd. in Bath:
that was quick dyrtybyrd !
It was pretty close, so I felt compelled......
In keeping with the cemetery theme, here's the new tag:
This headstone is located in a small gated cemetery on a "valley road" with the same name as a big-box retailer of consumer electronics. Across the street(not directly, but very, very close) is a Protestant church whose name contains the road name and the denomination of the church. The denomination is NOT Lutheran, Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Episcopalian, Adventist, Pentecostal or Quaker, but has been around for more than 500 years.
The county where this cemetery sits was created in March, 1808.
There are 6 counties that were created in March 1808. Hate to ask for add'l clue but I don't want to pull a "Neil" and get a wrong tag!
NIce tagging to both of you!
Schweitzer Cemetery, across from the Moravian Church on Best Buy Valley Road. Er....., I mean Frys Valley Road, Tuscarawas County (Founded March 15th, 1808).
I believe Meef referred to one of these as a "pity tag." I'll take it.
Thanks. I was surprised to learn how many Ohio counties were founded in 1808 (thinking it had to be Wayne County; It's not) It took some googling but I found it. Looking like a hard rains gonna fall so I guess I'll get to some of that stuff that shall remain unnamed but helps keep me in tires and fuel.
The self admitted stick figure romancer will know. Hope I didn't break any tagOrama rules or trigger anyone's sensitivities with that.
Nice tag McTacticool