Interesting. However, if you keep putting photos in it, you might soon
exceed your host's byte limit. If you remove old entries to allow new
ones, the historical value as a true journal is reduced.
See my garden diary at <http://www.rossde.com/garden/diary/ . It covers
almost three years in a quite different climate. We had record-breaking
cold last month. I lost some plants, but others are still blooming.
David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean
Hello Tara. I guess you took a look at it too. I never thought of using a
link to a web account like fliker to store the images but I guess that would
work well with a little adjustment of the link to the image. But like I
told David, I am not really all that worried about space at present. Good
food for thought though.
Sorry to hear that you lost plants. I hate it when that happens! It has
been unusually warm here this winter.
Right now I am not going to worry about running out of hosting space. Thus
far I have used only 262kb of 10MB alotted. I figured the space is being
paid for in my arrangement with my ISP so why not use it. As far as taking
older pages dwon and putting new ones up, I am not really worried about that
either as it is not intended as a historical reference but a recent goings
on type of thing. I have the local copy of the entire journal for
Anyway, thanks for looking at it. It is really just something to play
around with but I thought some of the group might like to take a look.
Went and looked around at your web site. Very nicely done. I just wish
there had been some pictures to supplement the descriptions like one of "the
tree" It sounds like a nice tree but a picture is worth a thousand words as
they say. Hey who is this they person anyway? He/she is always saying
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