I am sort of a senior citizen and am self taught on the computer with
help from friends and family, a good friend once told me that I knew
enough about computers to be very, very dangerous BUT I was also smart
enough to know when I was over my head to back out and get help...
Flickr makes it relatively easy to upload pictures..
On 3/31/2013 9:37 PM, Bill Miller wrote:
> OH most certainly Dave. I love pictures of railroads, and I watch the Maine Central (old) now Pan Am RR when ever I can. Unfortunately , I don't get to take many pics and the ones I do take I have a lot of trouble uploading them. Senior Citizen that never learned much about computers . :)
> mainiac bill
> From: Dave S. <daslater@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2013 11:22 PM
> Subject: Re: [classicrv] Easter
> Aha!!!! A fellow rail fan???
> Deep Freeze Dave
> On 3/31/2013 7:15 PM, Bill Miller wrote:
>> Dave S. Those are some fabulous pics of the snow , but even better are the RR pics from Oahu.
>> mainiac bill
>> From: Dave S. <daslater@...>
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2013 12:19 PM
>> Subject: Re: [classicrv] Easter
>> I am on the Canadian Prairies, Southern area of Saskatchewan ...
>> My sig file at the bottom has a link to my rail photo pages, on there is
>> a folder with some local snow pictures from last weekends storm, well,
>> they were taken after the roads were opened up again. The regular snow
>> plows could NOT get through in some places...
>> On 3/31/2013 8:35 AM, Rob wrote:
>>> At 3/31/2013 07:14 AM,Dave S. wrote:
>>>> Happy Easter to all...
>>>> There is only about 8 weeks until the "Official" start of camping season
>>>> up here BUT with all the snow we have many of us will be lucky to even
>>>> find out trailers by then as we have had a record setting 200 PLUS CM of
>>>> snow this year and the weather guessers are threatening us with more....
>>>> For those that don't understand metric that is almost 79 inches of the
>>>> white crap....
>>> I'm guessing you're in Canada somewhere! I'm sure that with any small
>>> amount of luck 'Spring' will eventually make it up to where you are
>>> but it does come slow to the northland...
>>> I was stationed at the USCG air station in Chicago and one year
>>> 'someone' was looking at all the lake shores on the Great Lakes. One
>>> spring day a flight took us up the western shore of Lake Michigan,
>>> somewhere in Wisconsin you could actually see 'Spring'! There was a
>>> line that went (south to north) green-grey-white as far into the
>>> distance as I could see, that line was 'Spring' moving north.
>>> Later when I lived in northern Minnesota I thought about that line every year.
>>> On the road, somewhere in the USA
>>> Yahoo! Groups Links
My Railroad picture pages are at
Miscellaneous other pictures are at
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