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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by kdscoates, Oct 13, 2008.
Before this gets all outta hand. make sure you read my sigline and my profile. Look above my avatar
Fireman the kids are growin like weeds man... Seems like yesterday they were just toddlers.
I know. It's bitter sweet, my little girl is 10, and starting to "change", if you know what I mean.
This one is from her very first ride to see the cows.
I'm a very blessed man. My family is my world.
Hey Fireman, nice tag!
I'd like to grab it but I'm 6000 feet above sea level at the moment and I don't feel well.
BTW, I raised two daughters through those fun years. It will be a blast!
Mr fireman, or any one who knows.
In my google map searching I noticed 129 splits south of macon.
seams that would be confusing
I29 splits south of Macon.... Why?
Most likely to avoid the cotton plantations on the way to the fukin beach... most likely.
... says the guy with 9,000+ posts...
well. i guess it takes one to know one.
fireman. the pics are down. cant see em.
Sherman was a beach comber?
Don't know what's going on. My account says only 12% full. Must be Photobucket. I can access the photos by clicking on the Photobucket icon. Can anyone else?
Well, apparently I've reached my bandwidth limit for the month with photobucket. That sucks. Any suggestions on how to get the pictures back up so the game goes on?
Flickr is free if you have a Yahoo account. Very high res and a terabyte of storage.
I can see the tag pics fine but not the following kid pics unless I tap and go to photo bucket.
I guess you got it fixed, I can see them fine.
I don't know what happened, maybe it's time I just pay for a Smugmug account.
Holy crap, I know where the tag is! Better watch out for snipers from the north country huntin' your tags.
Not a worry, no hills or turns down here so they won't venture too far south.
It's fairly safe, when the only curve between here and there is an exit ramp.
If you can't find the curves then you aren't looking in the right places.