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Thanks Amber! I may end up camping Friday night! Whoo hoo!
@Ericka yes, I can!
Apparently there is already a tutorial on the main public forum – https://cedarmountainherbs.com/forums/topic/how-to-post-photos-on-the-forum/
Right-click on the image you would like to share
Click ‘Copy image address’
copy image address
Start a new Forum Topic. In the WYSIWYG editor, click ‘IMG’
You will be prompted to ‘Enter the URL of the image’. Right-click and paste the image address you copied earlier
When prompted to ‘Enter a description of the image’ just click ‘OK’
That’s it! Your image(s) will be displayed when you save your post.
Q: What if I took the photo on my phone?
There are lots of places online where you can save your photo, such as Facebook or a free blogging service like Blogger.com. Upload your photos there then follow the instructions above.
Have fun, and be safe!
Hi Shelly-I am not seeing how to get a photo posted on here either!
The “image” option in the menu is only for a url (website) image. It looks like there is not a way to upload or copy and paste that I understand. Eek!
So hold off for now and let me check with our webmaster guru to see what he suggests.
I am sorry for any confusion/frustration!
I am so excited to see you again Lahleh-it is going to be a beautiful spring with the plants and herb friends!
I hear you! Usually I list amounts but I see that escaped me in the instructions! What you use will ultimately depend on what you want to make but I recommend 1 pint each of the Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey, and a half pint of the vodka.
If you still have questions, please let me know!
Kristina! I am so happy to have you in the Spring Primer and continue the love fest! The energy and enthusiasm you bring is inspiring! Um….I think you are like the dandelion of the people world-radiant and fully of joy!
See you tomorrow 🙂
Janine! Yay-I am so happy to have you in the Spring Primer-I loved getting to spend time with you in the Fall Primer and so the adventure continues! There is so much to learn and I am excited to do it alongside you for the next four glorious weeks! See you tomorrow 🙂
Hi Shelly! I am sooooo glad to have you in the Primer! It has been a pleasure having you in the other classes and it makes my heart happy that you are continuing on. It is going to be a beautiful four weeks of plant bliss!
Welcome Amber! Yes to hands-on, live and in the field! I moved here from Utah by way of Oregon. Where did you move here from? I have been in Washington since 2000 an am in awe of the beauty I get to experience each day. I LOVE the PNW so much I want to shout it from the top of Mount Rainier everytime I see that glorious mountain!
I am so happy to have you in the Primer and can’t wait to meet you in person!
You are welcome and yes, that is correct! The class will end at 4 pm.
Don’t worry! You will learn SO much about remedy making in the Primer! Then we can use this forum for follow up questions, trouble shooting things you are working on, formulas and such. It will be a great way to connect with the other students outside of our class time 🙂
@ShellyCompton….I am glad you are thinking about this! Guess what we are going to be making on the first day of the Spring Primer?! Well…one of the things! I can’t wait!
Welcome Ericka! I am thrilled that you are already so passionate about wanting to learn what the plants have to teach you! You are about to embark on a path that will change your life and I am honored to be a part of that 🙂
See you in 11 days!
Greetings Botanical Primer Students!
I am SO excited for our first Fabulous Friday on April 23rd! Giddy might be a better word!
I have posted the topic Spring Cleaning…it’s Dandelion Time!, Where to Meet and What to Bring along with instructions to help you be optimally prepared to spend the day outside Instructions for Friday, April 23rd!
If you need clarification about anything, please ask!
Be in the parking lot of our meeting place at 8:45am so we can get started right at 9:00!