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Storm is coming on route to Hatteras



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Little fellow comes in for shelter. The poor little thing was shivering.
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The perils of navigation by iPhone, perhaps? :-)
We were using the table place-mate chart from the Red Neck watering hole. It has all hand written local knowledge there.
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Shot with my iPhone.

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Hey, rocky. The size of your photos has screwed up the thread.

Can u please reduce the size of the pics!
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Hey, rocky. The size of your photos has screwed up the thread.

Can u please reduce the size of the pics!
Mark, it was not me. . It is Dave's images. It drives me nutzz too

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I would have kept going.
Sorry about the sizes - that's what NOAA distributes. Good stuff, what?

I'll deal with weather when I'm out, but I won't stick my nose into 35-40 kts forecast.
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Mark, it was not me. . It is Dave's images. It drives me nutzz too
That's how big they are on NOAA's website. Is there a way to mark them up with bbcode to render smaller?
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