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RE: desert wildflowers


Hey Jim- did you remember to make the folder contents viewable to the
public?  Also, another easy way to do this is use the option of "email" on
the page where you see the pictures.  Just check the boxes next to the
pictures you want us to be able to view, click on "email" and then send it
to yourself.  Next, from you email program forward that email to the list
and we all can use the link to get to the pictures.   That's what I did.

Theresa

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of Margaret Lauterbach
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 2:23 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] desert wildflowers


Well, that's an empty site, Jim.  Typical of Yahoo.  You have to jump
through THEIR hoops. "premium users," indeed.  What in bloody H are
"premium users?"  Can you tell I'm not fond of Yahoo?  Margaret L

>it was a slow day at the lugwart factory, so i borrowed a page from
>theresa's book and put up a yahoo briefcase of photos of desert
>wildflowers. i took these about 30 years ago in the spring in death valley
>[i used to camp there three or four time a year--whenever i want to get
>away from my wife for awhile]. i have no idea what most of them are; maybe
>someone who still lives out that way does. the only one i know for sure is
>the desert verbena.
>
>address is http://briefcase.yahoo.com/islandjim2003.
>
>oh yeah, there's also a picture of a barrel cactus that's to die for and a
>picture of a female coyote, who became almost friendly at one of my
>campsites. [the male was far more skittish.]
>
>
>
>jsinger@igc.org
>
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