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    *Testing, testing 123*
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    "Testing, testing ... hello - radio, radio"

    There is still a problem with the picture. It shows the garage packed full of stuff..... . Surely there is not another garage like mine out there.

    Otherwise, OK!

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    Love that picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarrBeard View Post
    "Testing, testing ... hello - radio, radio"

    There is still a problem with the picture. It shows the garage packed full of stuff..... . Surely there is not another garage like mine out there.

    Otherwise, OK!
    I’ve got a lot of interests, ha!

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorgil View Post
    Love that picture!
    Thanks!

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    I would bet that the Garage-ma-hall at the rust ranch is much more cluttered than all three of your combined at the moment. Between all the shipping crates that followed me home, all three Heeps, and all the miscellaneous stuff, it's packed out. Hopefully I'll get more done on the expansion project in the spring, so I can at least organize it all.

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    Itís never seemed to make a difference how I hold the phone. I donít guess I ever tried taking a picture with the phone upside down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 51 CJ3 View Post
    It’s never seemed to make a difference how I hold the phone. I don’t guess I ever tried taking a picture with the phone upside down.
    HaHaHa! Don't do it Jeff... I tried it and the photo was upside down and I got nauseous!

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    The only way that I’ve figured out how to make it come out right is to send it via email to a desk top computer and when you save it on your desktop you can orient it the way you want it to post on the forum site. Posting pictures from your phone to the forum is a crap shot on how they turn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    I would bet that the Garage-ma-hall at the rust ranch is much more cluttered than all three of your combined at the moment. Between all the shipping crates that followed me home, all three Heeps, and all the miscellaneous stuff, it's packed out. Hopefully I'll get more done on the expansion project in the spring, so I can at least organize it all.
    Sounds like my GMH!!!!
    Between buddy’s snow blowers, weed wackers and everything under the sun needing “can you take a look at this for me”
    And the neighbors 1969 D-100 pickup that hasn’t ran in 20 or so years and my Baby, not to mention the other neighbors 2021 Miata that ask ( can I store my Miata on your lift this winter” I’m bout to go CRAZY!!!
    I can’t get s**t done of my own, so yeah mines cluttered up as well.
    This Ole Boy needs to read the book “It’s okay to say NO”

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    One thing we did discover recently is that if you go to a photo resizer and set the picture size as 924 x 696 pixels, it will display as a large image on the screen.

    This one works very well:

    https://www.simpleimageresizer.com/

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