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 Posted: Sat Jul 15th, 2017 05:38 pm
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Howdy Woodie :f:



Needless to say ...

... I'd like to tie PhotoBuckets Execs. to the track ...

... & run a large ore-train back & forth over them a few times ...

... & serve their greedy minced burger-meat to hungry dogs !!



The good news is though ...

... as of PAGE-57 ...

... Woodie started using the Freerails Members Gallery to Post pix. :cool:



So only about 1/3 of the Mogollon Railway Thread is affected.



:bg: The last 2/3 from PAGE-57 to PAGE-146 seems to be OK ! :bg:



Perhaps a note should be added to PAGE-1 POST-1 explaining this.

What do you think Woodie ?



I am for one VERY PLEASED to see, that most of your GREAT THREAD has survived.



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



Si.



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 Posted: Sat Jul 15th, 2017 06:11 pm
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Well, Woodie, it is a bit as if once Bible was stolen.

Nevertheless,of a Bible the essential is not to own the book but to reach the treasure inside oneself using the pointers from the book.
In that sense I am sure I have learnt a mountain of unforgettable stuff from you and this thread and even if Internet would vanish I couldn't loose it.
So, once more, thank you Master for all that inspiration.



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 Posted: Sat Jul 15th, 2017 09:28 pm
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Howdy Daniel, naaw, I didn't write a "bible", just a thread on what I built. Thanks for the praise however. As I wrote, I no longer deal with photo hosting websites, preferring to send my pix here to this site and then it is an easy job to post them without WWW/HTTP jadda jadda.com etc...press the little icon twice and pray it works. But then, that's just me, I value old ways.

I'll be around...or a square!

PS-Senior Si, thanks for fixing the thread and to hell with Pornobucket!



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 Posted: Thu Jun 28th, 2018 02:38 pm
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Hi Woodie.

It is still my bible.:us:



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Howdy Daniel, I didn't think anybody cared about this old thread any more. Nasty old pooto-bukkett deleted many of the old pix and (naturally), I don't have any of them myself any more. Oh well, life is but a fleeting thing!

Woodie



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Hi Woodie. One of the chaps on NGRM Online reckons that all his PB photos have returned to normal so you might want to look back over your threads here to check. I've just looked back on here and it does seem that photos are appearing as in the past.Just a thought.



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Well, Woodie, I have been visiting it several times every year.I have also shared the link in Facebook when I was there (not any more) and people was fascinated.
It is not the photos at the screen. Neither posible images printed on paper. Is not even the words. At this point Mogollon Ry. is beyond such things forever.
I don't know if you or others notice but I clearly see in my own work the influence of that dream on portable tripods and the bits of spirit I was able to steal from your work.
Not really a surprise that it managed to make nature so jealous and the surrounding trees so furious of envy.
Thank you for that jewel and for being who you are.
Daniel



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That's great news, Doug.And here we go again!!!
Daniel



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Woodie, Daniel, and all others:

Looks like Photobucket is back: https://www.denverpost.com/2018/05/17/photobucket-image-hosting-plans/


Woodie,

I still look at your Mogollon thread for ideas and inspiration.  It's what pushed me to try and re-create an area that I really love and have visited many a times (eastern California & western Nevada). 



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