Finally bought a farm

LoveBlue

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When I send a picture to someone's email address, I get the option of what size to send. Maybe try sending a picture to your email account and choose the small or medium size and then open it in the email and save it for uploading. I'm using an iPhone.
 

SneakerNet

Retired
Premium Member
Here's the easier way for people who have little experience with any computer technology. on iPhone, send yourself an e-mail, insert picture then when you tap "Send" it will prompt you what size you want to send, Small, Medium, Large, or Actual Size. Pick Small. Then go to inbox, open your e-mail that you recently sent, you will find picture inserted, Tap and hold the picture until it popped open and tap "Save Image". Now this picture is smaller than the original and you now can post this picture to this site! Now, You don't have to worry about how to install the app or the app is all new to you, or not sure what command should I pick etc.... Sending yourself an email is easy peasy. Just like LoveBlue said.
 

sonocativo

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Here's the easier way for people who have little experience with any computer technology. on iPhone, send yourself an e-mail, insert picture then when you tap "Send" it will prompt you what size you want to send, Small, Medium, Large, or Actual Size. Pick Small. Then go to inbox, open your e-mail that you recently sent, you will find picture inserted, Tap and hold the picture until it popped open and tap "Save Image". Now this picture is smaller than the original and you now can post this picture to this site! Now, You don't have to worry about how to install the app or the app is all new to you, or not sure what command should I pick etc.... Sending yourself an email is easy peasy. Just like LoveBlue said.
OK, Here it goes....
 

sonocativo

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2 bedroom house 1600sqft on 5 acres, no restriction so its fun to walk outside and shoot, hunt.. whatever I please to do. Been a long road as the roof was completely replaced due to damage by previous owner. Replaced well pressure tank, water heater and cleaned up that plumbers nightmare they had going on... no clue what their mentality was with construction... that was definately their weakest link. Took my chickens out first to get them situated and planing to build a larger run/coop with a large garden area this spring. My pup Cookie stays watch over everything and we have 2 new kittens recently ( need to get some pictures ) Found a few jaw bone think the small is Possum and the larger is a Fox ? Plently of wildlife here, not doing the deer season this year as Im not ready but next year it is... been clearing up trails and over growth all summer.
 

Old Analog

Active Member
Dog I like, if you know not it's said takes at least 3years to adjust, took my wife at least that to quit missing the city, I'll never forget the day she came back and said "I don't know how I ever lived there" and chickens when new to a place need to be kept cooped up at least one week to let in to new place, I know a guy who sold same chicken 3 times, kept coming home:rofl:
 

sonocativo

Well-Known Member
Dog I like, if you know not it's said takes at least 3years to adjust, took my wife at least that to quit missing the city, I'll never forget the day she came back and said "I don't know how I ever lived there" and chickens when new to a place need to be kept cooped up at least one week to let in to new place, I know a guy who sold same chicken 3 times, kept coming home:rofl:
Our neighbors chickens free range and they are always over here trying to get in with our chickens. Oh I have no problem with the country as I stayed with family during my summer vacations growing up breaking horses and working their farms. Lived with my cousins for a few years after graduating school. I was always a concrete cowboy... now Im living the country life as I always wanted.
 

EllietheEncourager

Active Member
Our neighbors chickens free range and they are always over here trying to get in with our chickens. Oh I have no problem with the country as I stayed with family during my summer vacations growing up breaking horses and working their farms. Lived with my cousins for a few years after graduating school. I was always a concrete cowboy... now Im living the country life as I always wanted.
That is wonderful. I'm happy for you and yours getting to live your dream. Country living is the best in my humble opinion. Enjoy the peace :)
 
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