Trailer Trash

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My cross-training area--- take 17.3 (Read 44 times)


Uh oh... now what?

    I give up... forgot how to do pictures.

    XtremeTaper


      I give up... forgot how to do pictures.

       

      1) The photo has to be on a web site.

       

      2) Click on the image and copy the URL from the web site.

       

      3) Click on the little picture icon thingie above (the tree in the box icon)

       

      4) Paste url from step2 in the "Image URL" and "Image desciption" box. Click the insert button an voila' you have reached the end of trail.

       

      http://www.runningahead.com/logs/01998ab0c1784efe8ff08c95913e6cbf/profile/avatar?v=1

      Trapped in the night, moving alone, caught in a world of glass and stone...

      Down to skin and bone.

       


      Uh oh... now what?

        Hmmm, it seems simple enough...I can redo the title if this works.

        Start with the big pieces:

        http://i1293.photobucket.com/albums/b593/Orson_B/work10_zps00338217.jpg

        Cut into smaller pieces and move to here:

        http://i1293.photobucket.com/albums/b593/Orson_B/work11_zpsebd619f1.jpg

        Split into smaller pieces and make a nice neat pile:

        http://i1293.photobucket.com/albums/b593/Orson_B/work13_zpsa39a0056.jpg

        Repeat.

         

        Thank you XT -- senility, a gift too precious to waste.

          Whoa!  cross training indeed.

          Upcoming races: 7/13 Light at the End of the Tunnel, 8/10 Angels Staircase 35K, 10/12 Victoria Marathon

           

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          FTYC


          Faster Than Your Couch!

            Awesome! Are you planning on filling up that whole space on the paletts?

            Run for fun.


            Uh oh... now what?

              Awesome! Are you planning on filling up that whole space on the paletts?

              Yes.  These are the remains of trees that the weather knocks down during the off-season (November-February).  If we can get them out, they become firewood.  If not, I cut doors in the fallen tree to maintain trail access.