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J24mark and CreekmoreJohn (in particular; anyone in general): The system seems to have balked at posting my photos. Each of the photos was less than allowed for a .jpg file (97.7kb). I posted five photos with each of two separate messages (the maximum allowed). Yet, I got a message that I had exceeded the limits. The text of the two messages came through; the attached photos did not. I don't know exactly what the problem is and therefore don't know how to fix it. Any guidance? Scoopy
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Each picture can only be 800 x 600 pixels, I had a bit of trouble myself.
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Thanks for the advice about pictures. Now I have to learn how my photo program can reduce the resolution of my photos to no more than 800 by 600.

It appears from the advertisement that the Creekmore 36 was produced either as a sloop or a yawl. In other words, there is no cutter-rigged boat shown. Have you heard any stories to suggest that the baby stay on your boat was added by a previous owner so that the boat could carry a storm jib?
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Ever figure out how to post those pics scoops?
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Creekmore 36s

As I wrote earlier, I tried to post several photos (as your Dad did) but the resolution of my photos was greater that the SailNet system can handle.

I will try to find out if my photo program can reduce the resolution of individual photos.

It may work if I submit only one picture at a time.

There is something in the instructions about using PhotoBucket (or some name like that), load the pictures into it, and provide people on this thread with the URL to get to the photos.

Thanks for your interest.

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Creekmore 36s

Here is photo of "Georiga" hanging in a TravelLift. Scoopy
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Creekmore 36s

"Georgia" under sail. Note that the cabin house was raised at the time of construction and large side windows were added.
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This photo shows the dinette. Located to port in the aft part of the main cabin. It is raised above the floor so that a person sitting in the bench seat can see out the large windows.
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The galley in the aft, starboard corner of the main cabin of "Georgia." The stove, the sink, and the ice box (no mechanical refrigeration), and the companionway steps leading to the cockpit (from left to right in the photo).
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