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getting easier to post! Ok so you can't see the new cutless bearing, set screws, and the rudder when it was off the boat!
 

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Ok used the edit function. smaller pic now.
 

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Hi Denby, she's an 82, OK.. how do i get them to be clear photos? they are clear on the upload in PB.
 

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ok.. that one worked. it's my son at the helm while on the way up the Bay from Deale on the day I too possession.
 

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Hi Denby, she's an 82, OK.. how do i get them to be clear photos? they are clear on the upload in PB.
Hammer some Dark and Stormies. My boat always looks like that and so do everyone else's after a few of those babies!

Nice boat Denise!
 

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Resize always!

Looks like you've got it figured out. I like to make the photo medium or even small. That way it does not blow the entire post off the margins too. Nice boat!
 

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This is my 1st sorta negative post on a site I have come to love . I think it's the natural result of several failed attempts to post pics after several failed attempts at following instructions , joining photo bucket , disabiling my firewall ( not sure that a great idea )........I just finally come to the conclusion that as much as I love this site......posting pics here is like whipeing your butt with your foot for the sake of making it more difficult .
 

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It's got its own set of rewards though Kjango. not just for this site. but then eveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeery thing I do online is PG 13!

This pic is the first time we pulled her out on her "wheeled cradle" designed and built by moi. steers at both ends! (ford I beam front axles fit inside 3" pipe for a steering axle of any width! Of course the naysayers weren't there to help. Thank goodness most of the guys in the YC are very supportive!
 
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