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Discussion in 'Photos' started by terryckdbf, Jul 24, 2016.
I just found this thread... I've got a few pictures that would fit!
(Redwood Fire Department, Durham, NC)
(the rest to be continued in another post)
@HAL 9000 , Welcome to the thread, thanks for contributing. The pictures are not showing up on my computer, hopefully others can see them. Be well.
Cant see them here.
Well, that's weird. I've posted tons of pictures in the local tag games and have never had a problem. I think my problems started because I copied/pasted these pics from Google Photos. It looked like the picture posted in my browser, but I realized it probably just posted a direct link to my Google Photos (which nobody but me would have access to). In trying to resolve that, I went back to Tapatalk (the way I usually post pics), and it would make the pics an attachment that even I didn't have access to! Very strange. When I edit the post, I found the little pop-up editor wouldn't successfully post pics; I had to click the "options" button to bring up the full editor. And now it will only let me post about 2 pics before it just starts failing. Maybe that's a size limit on the post? So, I'll break them up into multiple posts. I'm not a computer dummy, either. I work in IT! It's just not my day..
OK, I edited the above post for the Redwood station. Here's Cleveland VFD in Johnston County, NC (not to be confused with Cleveland, NC):
And finally, it's not quite AT the station but it's in the same spirit. Ladder 3 from Garner, NC, while I was on my way back from the grocery store:
Oh, I forgot one! With my old bike in Warrenton, NC:
I can see them now, thank you for participating.
DeCordova Bend/Acton, TX volunteer fire department.
down a dirt drive, past the peanut warehouse, behind the community center and next to a 20' tall pile of lime.....
Up in Fannin County off the beaten track
The last fire station on US 70 before hitting the Atlantic Ocean.
Firehouses SHOULD have red doors.
Cook Springs, AL
Fairview Rural FD #1 (of 2) in not-so-rural Wake County, NC.
Found this little guy just outside Pelham, TN.
Lol. I'll see your rural and raise you one.
Somewhere in South Georgia near Alapaha I beleive.