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blair (profile) wrote,
on 12-31-2004 at 10:58am
Current mood: my head hurts. :(
Subject: photos without a cut. woohoooooo.
I was going to post a photo entry. with a photo of my car, and Alaska, and recent photos of me, and etc.

but then I accidentally ended up going "back" on this webpage and lost what I'd done. so forget it - you lot are only going to see some of Alaska. <3


there's so many more photos that I have online, and ten times that number that aren't online.
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12-31-04 2:24pm

Alaska is a beautiful place, you're very fortunate. My uncle lives there and wouldn't have it any other way. If you took those photos they are nicely done, may I ask how you posted them in your journal?


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Re:, 12-31-04 2:33pm

thank you. I spent two months in Alaska this summer. Where in Alaska does your uncle live? I met some amazing people there with huge hearts who begged me to move in with them, telling me my dog could move in, too - and they swore they'd get me in at UAA. <3 it was a lovely experience but on Christmas Day, it was five below in Soldotna!

as for the posting photos in your journal question..

01. you can sign up for a free account at by going to this webpage:

02. after you've registered, you can upload up to 25mb of photos from your personal computer

03. when you upload photos, photobucket can automatically show you the html required for posting that image elsewhere on the web [like a journal!]. it starts with a < followed by img src= then the .jpg or .gif link in quotation marks, ending with a > you can copy that html code from photobucket [it shows up underneath your photo], and paste it here on your update journal page on woohu! <3

good luck.

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Re: Re:, 12-31-04 2:50pm

Thank you for giving me instructions for the photo posting, it will be very helpful for those I don't keep contact with because of living situations.

Like every state Alaska does have its up's and down's, unfortunatly theirs is the temperature. My uncle lives in Kodiak and runs a fish camp (they fish for salmon). The people there are wonderful and even though Kodiak is quite small i couldn't imagine it being any larger.

Thanks again!

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