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First rain since Spring

Posted by flowergrandma CA (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 23, 07 at 17:15

We almost never get rain in the Summer in the Central Valley of California. So, after the long dry Summer I took some pictures. I can't figure out how to send more than one at a time. Any suggestions, and how do you avoid sending more than 60 KBs?

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RE: First rain since Spring

Bet that was quite refreshing and much needed...Very nice setting....

I believe you would have to post back in your own thread to post another pic (on image upload)...make sure you change 'Subject of Posting' like to --'More pictures' something like that...or you can join a free photo hosting site...I use Photobucket, but there are others that someone else may suggest...then you can post more than one pic directly in your message...


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