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Thought you folks might like to see what our neck of the woods looks like on New Year's Day!

Took this photo this morning on my walk below the house.


We had even more snow last night!

More than anything I wanted you folks here to notice that Alex went to some work to install an easy way for you to post an image on this new board!

When you click on <span style='color:maroon'>Insert an Image into your Post</span> just find the image file you want to post and click <span style='color:maroon'>Upload</span>, and the file is automatically uploaded to our server and it gives you all the code necessary to copy into your post.  It's that easy!

Now we can all see pictures of your latest hunt, your one hole groups and other interesting photos/images without the hassle of having to know HTML or finding a host to post your image!

Hope you all have a great day with your families and The Lord today!  Happy New Year!

God Bless,

Marshall
 

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While I'm fond of my desert home, that certainly looks like a place I'd be happy to call home. I do miss the snow sometimes. Only sometimes though. When I get the chance I'll send you a picture of the sunrise I get to see on my morning commute. It makes going to work bearable.

Happy New Year
 

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Marshall,

Great addition to the forum. I tell you, you and your son go well out of your way to provide a terrific "pot belly stove in the general store" for us all to hang out around.
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GEE WIZ, EVEN THE STANTON FAMILY DOG HAS A TERRIFIC VIEW!  LOOKS SORTA LIKE INDIANA WITHOUT THE TREES.   SPECTACULAR LOOKING NATURE.    JIM.
 

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Sigh.................


Makes me happy to be about 60 miles north of NYC.

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Hi, Marshall:
  I've got another job for Alex. The picture doesn't show in Netscape 4.7. Internet Explorer works fine. I use Netscape 99% of the time. It isn't as susceptable to email viruses. The National Firearms Association forum (www.nfa.ca)was hit with the KAK virus twice recently, but Netscape kept it out of the operating system. In fact, I was able to extract the code and study it.

  ALex is doing a bang-up job. Anyone who thinks otherwise hasn't done any programming.

Bye
 

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Jack,

We understand that Netscape doesn't like the images that are posted on the forum.   But!   There is a new version of this board will be available in February that will remedy that situation!  It'll be installed just as soon as available.   I understand about the virus issue.   Our server has a very comprehensive virus scanner and firewall installed!  None of us need that kind of problem!

Thanks for the heads-up!

God Bless,

Marshall
 

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Jim,

You mentioned the Stanton dog having a view...

Yep, and they approve!  Looking west from my shop windows I can see about tweny miles to the mountains that lie just east of Spokane Washington, and at at night see the lights of the Mount Spokane Ski Resort.  We have about a 190 degree view looking North to the Selikirk Mountain Range, to nearly due South to the Rathdrum Prarie with Hoodo Mountian being my backdoor to the East.

A great place to live and raise kids... provided your income is from out of the area.   We are in a very depressed local economy.   Most of the jobs here are either timber or mining related and NAFTA and government regulations have all but killed both!  We've lost over 1600 local lumber mill jobs here due to mill closures in the last three years!

Pretty tough when Sandpoint Idaho has a population of only 5,400, Priest River 1500, Oldtown 151, LaClede 240, Dover 490 and lastly Newport Washington only 2300.  Combine the populations of these towns which cover roughly a thirty mile area you get a total population of around 10,000 people.  Lose that many jobs and things are tough!

But, for us it is a wonderful place to live... provided that you are prepared for snow!

God Bless,

Marshall
 
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