I think I have been to this spot. A favorite.
Heres a hint. Only 14 visits since it was published in June of 05
Is it GCW3C2 up off route 16 in Mayfield?
What a spot - I know where it is, I know where it is - but don't have any good photos to post so will leave this to someone else! I hope to make it there this summer - reading the logs made me want to go do it.
Research my friends - you can find it.
About time someone from up north , away from the coast , posted a pic!!!LOL . Is it GCPETB "Gorge"ous ?? That was one of Gail and I"s favorite hikes. Only one problem,,,if I win, I don't know how to post a pic out of my Gallery without someone clicking on properties and finding out where it is. How do you do that???
If you use Photobucket to bring the picture in to your post, you can rename the photo when you upload it to Photobucket before posting.
~ Beach Comber ~
As Judy said you can rename it. If you are using Windows XP you can rename any photo that you have by just right clicking on the photo and scroll down til you see rename,click on that and you can rename any photo. I use photobucket cause all you have to do once you post the photo on the site is use the IMG code that they give you and just copy and paste that code into the thread without going through all those steps that Rick has posted in here in previous threads. Just saves a bunch of steps thats all. There are all kinds of photo hosting sites on the web to choose from that are free ,I just happen to like Photobucket as mine. Imageshack is another one that comes to mind as well.
Just smile it won't crack your face
The statistics on sanity are that one out of every four persons is
suffering from some sort of mental illness. Think of your three best
friends -- if they're okay, then it's you.
If anyone wants to play, but does not have a photo, here's a suggestion:
Decide which cache you want to "put in play", they look through the logs to find someone who has found it. Then, email them and they might have a nice photo for you. This way, you can even pick a cache you haven't found!