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Posted by Enterotoxigenic00 none (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 9, 12 at 2:00

OMG! lol Thank you for directions to posting pics.
Good grief and lol I didn't know I had to download to
photobucket. I thought it would be as easy as an
attachment to an email...not.
But anyway for now a link:

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  • Posted by tapla z5b-6a mid-MI (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 9, 12 at 2:39

If you select the browse box above the follow-up text box below this post and go to your pictures library, you can upload a single photo from your computer.

If you select the HTML code from the 4 links below your picture and post it to the text box, your image will show up as a picture.

Here is a clickable/embedded link to your album.



your link.

You're right about wanting to share pics of the little wheel barrow!!


Thank you Al again and purpleinopp. Everyone makes it look so easy. I was able to click and play with posting pics.


You're welcome, but I admit, it was a fairly selfish gesture. I get bored when the story doesn't have pictures!


Hi Entero, nice pic, lovely staging, what I nice start to my afternoon. Welcome & thanks for the visual treat.


Enter, your cart is so cute, and your Spider is doing fantastic.

Is the wood treated, so elements won't ruin your cart?

For years, I've wanted a cart similar to yours, but w/a donkey hauling the cart. A large Donkey Tail plant would really add character.

Purple, thanks for adding the photo. I notice you post pics often, which is a wonderful gesture. Toni


Hopefulauthor, yes the cart is treated and spider is in a very large pot placed in the cart. I take it out to water it, don't want to take a chance yet on getting water spots. DH doesn't want it out in the sun(?) lol
Btw, I move the wagon when it's time to turn on the sprinklers.

Your idea of donkey and cart sounds adorable. Hmmm... should I steal your idea? Maybe not. All I would need to do is find a donkey, then talk to son about a cart. I do have a donkey tail but only in a 6" pot. After killing a few I got the hang of keeping them alive and even starting from cuttings.

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