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Old 09-19-2016, 11:48 PM   #1
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Time to share your pictures of your Fords in this year's beautiful fall colors. I got out of the house and took these today.



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Old 09-20-2016, 01:09 AM   #2
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as always,great pics Henry.
Will try to post some of our trip away tomorrow in the 33,
I still haven't mastered posting pics on my iPad.
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Henry....did you repair the ding in the left rear fender from the door flying into it?....
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Old 09-20-2016, 04:29 AM   #4
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Great colors ! Always good road pics !
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Henry, you need to come over here and show us barners how to use our Fords.
As Lawrie said "as always great pictures"
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Old 09-20-2016, 05:36 AM   #6
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I still haven't mastered posting pics on my iPad.
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Use "advanced reply" instead of "quick reply". Under Additional Options hit the Manage Attachments button. That will open a new window. You will then see seven buttons that say Choose File. Hit one and you will be given the option to take a photo, go to your photo library or go to the cloud. Open your library and choose a photo by tapping on it. If you want to add more than one, use another Choose File button. When done, hit the Upload button on the far right. Note: you may have to shrink your screen size, because if you are zoomed in you won't see the Upload button.

After the upload is complete you can close that window and submit your reply.

Edit: the screenshot I posted is excessively small, so maybe I haven't figured it out either!
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Old 09-20-2016, 05:40 AM   #7
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Scot, I can do the pics on my mac,but when I,m away with just the iPad I don't know how to shrink the pics on that,
This time we are away for a week and half so maybe its a good time to work out how to do it.
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Old 09-20-2016, 08:38 AM   #8
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Henry....did you repair the ding in the left rear fender from the door flying into it?....
Yes. I'm headed to Yellowstone this week with the little doggy while my wife goes and plays with her mother and sister for a few days. We'll be camping in the tent since all the motels are booked. Should be an adventure with daytime highs in the 40's and lows in the 20's and 30's at night. Brrrrrr! Good thing Old Henry has a nice fresh air heater and our tent site has electricity for a space heater in the tent.
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as always,great pics Henry.
Will try to post some of our trip away tomorrow in the 33,
I still haven't mastered posting pics on my iPad.
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I upload my pictures to PhotoBucket, copy the URL, then click the Insert Image icon above the typing area on a post (yellow box with a mountain in it), paste the URL of my photo in that box, and click OK. The picture is not actually uploaded to the Ford Barn site but is seen by embedding the URL in the post.
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:22 AM   #10
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Wow, not fall here in the tropics surrounding Houston,TX. Looks to be 94F today. Around mid-October we will get our first cool front where the night time temperatures fall to the 50s. But then the nice cool weather here is in the winter and the summer is when you hibernate in the air conditioning. We may get 2 or 3 nights this winter with a freeze of a few hours. Last 3 or 4 winters, no freezes.
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Great pictures, still green here, but I expect it to get colorful in the next few weeks, looking forward to your Yellowstone videos/pictures.
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Not much for color in southern Maine yet but I know this is coming..... Mark
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Wow, not fall here in the tropics surrounding Houston,TX. Looks to be 94F today.
I guess I've got the best of both. It was 94 here in the valley yesterday. Grass and trees still green. But, in 20 minutes we climbed 1,000 feet up to where the color was.
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Professor, My son is a park ranger at Yellowstone, I'll tell him to keep an eye out for your car. He would enjoy seeing it and meeting you.
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Last Fall in Hotlanta, still summer here.
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My 36 Ford last fall.
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Old Henry, How you make your pix so big?
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Old 09-20-2016, 08:32 PM   #18
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Old Henry, How you make your pix so big?
I upload my pictures to PhotoBucket, copy the URL, then click the Insert Image icon above the typing area on a post (yellow box with a mountain in it), paste the URL of my photo in that box, and click OK. The picture is not actually uploaded to the Ford Barn site but is seen by embedding the URL in the post.
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Old 09-20-2016, 08:57 PM   #19
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What beautiful Fall colours you have. There is noting like this where I live. I have to drive 1000's of Kilometers to see scenery like this. Thanks for Posting this picture.
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How come you guys don't have garages to park your treasures in?
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