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05-22-2014 11:00 AM - edited 05-22-2014 12:46 PM
Had one of those days the other day,
when the buzzards are coming in and watching you,
might be good idea to move just a little faster.
OK just put this up from my smart a** phone.
First thing to do is resize your photo to under 1000.
Next get on this site and go to the bottom of the page and go to the "full site", that will bring up the full header and options of fount and picture options like normal. Open up the tree option and then you will have three options of picture locations . I resize by just cropping the picture.
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05-22-2014 12:30 PM
Hilarious....i know--when they are circling nearby it makes you wonder if they know something we don't - like,"am i about to die here"
funny - true story---early 2000's we had a west Tx rec ranch---neighbor had a pet mountain lion he kept in a cage house. One weekend my dad wanted to bring HIS mother (in her 90's) for the experience.
we took her to visit the mountain lion - cat KNEW she was possible prey and went into stalk mode (still in cage of course) ---fascinating to see, nonetheless.
05-22-2014 04:42 PM