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    Default Packin'



    Packin' for sheep 08'

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    . . . . and did you pack one out???

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    Smile Sheep

    Quote Originally Posted by L. G. View Post
    . . . . and did you pack one out???
    Unfortunately not this year, nevertheless a good time had by all and a little weight (or waist) loss.

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    Default Packin' pictures

    Anyone else have some good packin' pics with some nice background and maybe some sweat on your brow?

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    Default hope this works

    my first time uploading photos so I hope these work. This was my first "sheep" hunt and first moose hunt; they were both this year. Oh and didnt see any shooters on the sheep hunt. Lookin for better hike-in spots for next year . The one photo is me haulin out a moose 1/4.
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    Default hey 454

    how do you get the photos in your posting...copy and paste??

    I went the attach route and they went on diff than yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuJon View Post
    Dude ,What's up with the anchor on the frame ? Did you loose your boat
    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripnlip View Post
    how do you get the photos in your posting...copy and paste??

    I went the attach route and they went on diff than yours.
    Not sure if this will help, but I learned from someone here in the photography forum just the other day how to post mine full size. I was trying to upload images from Flickr and what I was told was to copy and paste the url in between the [img] signs. Like below with no spaces between them.

    [img]url(from the copy and paste)[/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by danattherock View Post
    Not sure if this will help, but I learned from someone here in the photography forum just the other day how to post mine full size. I was trying to upload images from Flickr and what I was told was to copy and paste the url in between the [img] signs. Like below with no spaces between them.

    [img]url(from the copy and paste)[/img]
    You dont have to type the [img] stuff anymore now all you have to do is click at the top of the post reply box and paste the URL in the box that opens.

    Back on topic now the Anchor coincides with a long story I posted here about one of my first trips out with the boat. We got high and dry and ended up hiking out to get some supplies since we were having 0 luck getting the boat unstuck with the equipment on board. This is the first trip back in with some rescue equipment, I am actually holding a shove in my hand like a walking stick. We still ended up hiking back out and leaving it over night untill we could get in with some more people.

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    First Brown bear taken from PWS with my friend Rod.


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    Default Great pics

    Great pics guys, I love the scenery. As far as posting pictures I just learned how to do it this weekend myself from some helpful hints off of here. What I did was upload pictures from files that I have imported or saved, whatever you want to call it on my computer to my photo album I have on here in my profile area. I then right click on one of those pictures to bring it up larger and below the picture is a space called BB code. I again right click and click on copy. I close my profile area out and I am back on the screen with the thread I am starting or replying to. I then right click again and paste the BB code. You won't see a picture yet, just the address or code. Hit the return button a few times to bring your cursor a few spaces below the code to write any text if you want to. And that is all I know about that. I understand there are several ways to post your pictures on here and some are probably better than others but this worked for me and it is pretty simple which is what I need. I definately lack on computer skills. I hope this helps.

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    It is on here numerous time but it bears repeating given the rabid growth of this site. The forum personal pages work great and I expect them to continue expanding but you have a limited number of images you can upload. Another option is to open a www.photobucket.com page and use it just as 454 explains. The photobucket account is VERY easy to set up and it is easier to upload large numbers of images into it.

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    Barney's pack frame before my pack was ready in June...This is in the Kesugi's...Lookin for grizz but no luck. Denali was this clear everyday and was beautiful at sunset.
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    This is the head and antlers from my friends dad's bou. They scored a triple and needed a little help getting it all back to camp. This was in the Brooks Range.


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    Was in hurry before my elk hunt and went up to Sportsman Warehouse and bought this $90.00 pack. Made 3 trip caring out the elk. It worked great. Way better than the one I was going to bring.
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    Alaska Range sheep.



    Helping the moose out in 16B. Next time we will pack a sled and ride the hide out.

    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Default My sherpa, this year in the Brooks


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    The wife and I in the Brooks.



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