Our beauty is in our avatar...course, kinda small. As much as I've been on this site, I've never tried to insert a picture in a message. Can someone please tell me the steps I need to take? I looked at the FAQs on iRV2, but they certainly weren't helpful. Do you have to create a personal album and then grab pictures from there?
Thanks to anyone who can point me in the right direction!!
I am computer challenged when it comes to posting pics especially...
This link (post #7) helped me ...but I already had some pics saved from an e-mail I received, stored in a Windows Picture Library.
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If you do a "Quick" reply, then click on the "Go Advanced" button, you will see a little paper clip icon. If you click on that little icon, it will prompt you for the file location for the picture (or other file) that you wish to "Upload". Then close that window and click "Preview Post", you should see your message how it will look, with the photo.
I should admit that I have not read the instructions!!! There may be a better way, but this way works pretty easily.
'04 Alpine Coach 36' MDDS
Jean and I spent a week at Lake Pleasant while I trained with Kenmore Air on Lake Washington (just a couple of miles down the road) to get my seaplane rating. What a great experience and a terrific RV park! Large pond just in front of the RV parking slots full of ducks and bass. Surrounded by very tall fir trees so no city lights or noises even though you are just minutes from downtown Seattle.
Highly recommended if you're looking for a place to camp while checking out Seattle, Boeing field, Sea Hawks, fish market, etc. Kenmore will take you to Victoria, BC in one of their float equipped Beavers for an over-niter or to other places in the San Juans. Nothing better when the sun shines!
I put the small size that I used for our Avatar in the last message by mistake...here's the fullsize version...ain't she purty!
Yup! IIRC yours is a one of a kind!
Tom, Patty, Hannah "The Big Dog" and Abby Kat, Indianapolis, Indiana 2000 36' FDS 72232 Our Photos We live out in our old van. Travel all across this land. Drive until the city lights dissolve into a country sky, me and you - hand in hand.