Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Boat Tips' started by blindfly69, May 18, 2008.
the 14' boat that i was building with my grandpa is finally complete... getting her registered tmw..
uhhhh i cant figure out how to add pics... any help??
You should see a section at the bottom, below the box you type your post comments in, that reads "Manage Attachments". It is in the Additional options section under the reply (post) box. You may have to click on the small box to the right of the screen in the blue bar that Additional Options appears in. Only if there is a + sign in that small light gray box. If you have a - sign in that small box the additional options should already be dropped down for you.:big_smile:
Click on the "Manage Attachment" box and it will open a window that will allow you to find and select the attachment (photo) you wish to attachment to your post. Just be sure to follow the guidelines for file size and type and you should not have any problems posting pics.
If this doesn't help or you still have questions let me or the other stall know and we will see what we can do to help.
You can find out more in the FAQ section located here: BOC Specific FAQ's
Also here is a link to the portion on posting an attachment: How do I make an attachment to my post? This may help answer your question better than my attempt to do so above.oooh::big_smile:
this is a CRAZY lookin paint job too.. i'm gonna put the registration numbers behind the eyes..
here's a few more.
hey man nice boat i gettin ready to build me one too quite abit bigger probly 6x24 or so got a couple of real life desingers helping me make it safe.
then gotta get up the courage (and the money ) to start.
Nate thanks for sharing your pics of the boat. You did a great job.
Nate really nice boat. I know you'll have many memories in it.
Nate, that is nice.I can see a lot of work went into building it.
I like the paint job..:0a22:
Good luck on the fishing!!
congrats on the boat, it looks good. you said you and your grandfather worked on it together? That gives even more meaning to a project like that. It's obvious you guys took a lot of pride in this project. The paint job is a nice touch, it gives it character.:smile2: