19848RE: 20 minute $20 dolly
- Sep 29, 2013
I just uploaded Rob's $20.00, 20 minute dolly pics to the forum for him.
You will find them in the photo section.
---In email@example.com, <sealovertech@...> wrote:Matt, I just sent them to your email address. Sorry I can't get them up here without a real computer.Check your spam folder if you don't see them.Rob
On Sep 27, 2013, at 5:28 PM, <matthewrs@...> wrote:
Hopefully someone with an iPad may be able to help.
I'm really keen to see your pics.
---In PortaBote@yahoogroups.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I got an iPad because I got tired of 5-minute boot ups and constant antivirus scans, popup updates and other nuisances I had with a not-that-old computer. I'll try it on my work computer sometime.
On Sep 27, 2013, at 4:49 PM, <matthewrs@...> wrote:
I don't have an iPad, but can you save your pictures to a computer from your iPad and upload from there?
---In email@example.com, <sealovertech@...> wrote:Sorry, that was supposed to have a picture attached.I've been a yahoo groups member since they were "Clubs" back in 1998. You mean to tell me in the year two thousand freaking thirteen I still can't email a picture in Yahoo groups?!?!Can someone tell me how to get a picture from an iPad to this group please?And if you say I have to join Photobucket I'm going to scream.:)
On Sep 27, 2013, at 4:33 PM, Rob <sealovertech@...> wrote:
Long wood pieces are old teak hatch rails. Small blocks are also scrap teak. All of that was screwed to a chunk of treated pine 1x4. The wheels were $7.50 each and the hardware would cost about $5. Thus the $20. Took me all morning to come up with it and build this final prototype. But I could make another in 20 minutes. It's shown upside down. The long rails surround the center black pipe "keel" on the Bote, keeping it in place side to side.
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