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Hello from Alaska

Post  Esther on 8/23/2011, 3:15 pm

Is there still a teachers cert. program you can do at home?:scratch:

And how about how do you post picks tryed and failed:(

We sure have gotten a lot of rain & more rain but just want to say thanks to mmmix the garden is not sopin wet ya. I didn't get to plant till end of June and some in July and was supprised at how thing are going. I got enough strawberries to do a strawb-rubarb pie and even a smoothie yep still get 3 or 4 here and there. My herbs are doing pretty well and I have some zukeenie? thats about 2in. Just want to see how all goes. yep even got onions,radishes. I'm in zone 2b & 3a.

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Re: Hello from Alaska

Post  Vader on 8/23/2011, 3:38 pm

Moved from Desert Southwest. It was either here or Canada.

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Hello from Alaska

Post  happycamper on 8/24/2011, 4:07 am

Hello Esther! For photos I use www.servimg.com that was suggested by other forum members. It is a free service, you sign up for an account and upload the pictures from your computer.

Try the link below and click on Home Study Course on the left for SFG certification.

http://www.squarefootgardening.org/#!__teaching/correspondence-course

I hope this helps. Happy Gardening!

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Re: Hello from Alaska

Post  Esther on 8/24/2011, 3:50 pm

Thanks Happycamper but I've tryed that and all I get is:the page you were looking for appears to have been moved, deleted or does not exist.
This is most likely due to:


  • An outdated link on another site
  • A typo in the address / URL Rolling Eyes

I'll give the pick a try thanks so very much.

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Re: Hello from Alaska

Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 8/24/2011, 5:01 pm

Here's how I do it when posting a pic...assuming you have a place online to "host" your photo. I use Flickr. If you use the free feature, you can't store anything permanently after about 200 photos. But, Flickr works well for this purpose.

- Upload to Flickr
- Get past all the "description" stuff by skipping
- Click the pic you want to post in your thread
- Choose the size you want to post and click on it
- Right click in the photo and choose "properties"
- "Copy"/highlight the url for the photo (the part ending in ".jpeg"). Copy the WHOLE line
- Paste into the thread on the forum you want to post your pic in
- Surround the ".jpeg" line with these tags [img][/img] with the ".jpeg" part in the middle of the brackets

Little extra work, but after you get used to it, it takes no time. Especially if you have tabbed browsing capabilities.

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