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Old 10-03-2007, 02:36 AM   #1
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For Bob Gregory,

So sorry I failed to show you this yesterday as promised. But...I'm going to try to attach pictures here. I cannot claim ownership of this solution, as I was shown this about 3 years ago by someone else, however it works very well. You can pick up the foam in blocks at Michael's or probably other hobby type stores. I just trace around the glass I want to store with a marker and use a box knife to cut our the foam. The 2 glasses that lay prone are just too tall to fit in the cabinet and that was my husband's solution and it works well too. Even very panic'd braking has not caused them to tip. Hope you and others can use this.
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For Bob Gregory,

So sorry I failed to show you this yesterday as promised. But...I'm going to try to attach pictures here. I cannot claim ownership of this solution, as I was shown this about 3 years ago by someone else, however it works very well. You can pick up the foam in blocks at Michael's or probably other hobby type stores. I just trace around the glass I want to store with a marker and use a box knife to cut our the foam. The 2 glasses that lay prone are just too tall to fit in the cabinet and that was my husband's solution and it works well too. Even very panic'd braking has not caused them to tip. Hope you and others can use this.
[IMG]C:\users\public\public pictures\2007\img_8755.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]C:\users\public\public pictures\2007\img_8757.jpg[/IMG]
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Old 10-03-2007, 02:38 AM   #3
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Well, I will have to figure out how to post a picture and will follow up to do that.
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It looks like you tried to link to the C drive on your computer.

Just upload the pics to the photo section, and link to them there.
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Another option for posting pictures is to find a free photo hosting website like TinyPic or Photobucket and upload the shots to there. Then copy the URL link from your picture on the hosting site and put it into your post. It is fairly easy.
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