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Old 08-13-2007
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One more 8.0 back on the water

After eight monthes of work, my family has brought "Jeannie" back to the lake. I hope you enjoy these pictures, thanks for all the help that Sailnet users have provided.
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I'm trying

I hope I'll be able to overcome my coputer illiteracy and show you said photos soon. Sorry,
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Don't feel bad, I was just trying to upload a picture on another thread and I kept getting an "upload failed" message. I couldn't figure it out. I know there are size limits and I tried making the file size smaller and it still wouldn't work for me. Some people upload the pictures to another site and then just post a link. I'd like to see your 8.0 because I have one too. Good luck.
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I did it.

I was able to upload two photos. Although it doesn't show her sailing, I can assure you she did just fine.
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I was able to upload two photos. Although it doesn't show her sailing, I can assure you she did just fine.
Where are the pics??
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Found 'em,
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I've finalluy figured out how to post my pictures. I put them on the members list.
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