...it says there is no more space available to download pics.
Yeh, we got attachments going back 9 or 10 years now kinda just clogging things up lol. I freed up some room, I can also save attachments into a pic site and re-post them and that keeps extra space available, and the pics look good.
I love this baseball scoreboard, talk about patina !
Go ahead and attach more pics, Tony. Should be good to go.
Post by Steam McQueen on Feb 21, 2021 8:28:09 GMT -5
- So on that day there were 3 Blumo's, 1 ISP B-body Monaco, and 1 ISP C-Body Royal Monaco (is that Scmods55) ? Cool pic. Are we seeing the Chicago Bluesmobile in the foreground, Tony by the building on the right, Scmods55 ISP Royal in the middle, and the Blumo on the left in this pic ... I'm not sure. Could be one of several, I reckon . ?
Post by Steam McQueen on Mar 7, 2021 13:46:15 GMT -5
- Tony sent me some pics that weren't attaching properly, maybe over our proboards package 1Mb limit. Meh, no biggie, so I'll post some of them along the way here. This one I don't think we've seen. This is a great plaque, interesting stuff.
Post by Steam McQueen on Jul 1, 2022 14:38:42 GMT -5
- Thanks to member '77granfury' for the heads-up on this news story ... a BLUES BROTHERS CON at Joliet August 19 and 20. Should that read First Ever Blues Brothers Con ? Or has there been a Blues Brothers Con somewhere before ?? Anyway very cool news !!
Throughout the two-day Blues Con festival, “Blues Brothers” fans can expect live musical performances by blues legends including Chicago bluesman Toronzo Cannon and Curtis Salgado, from whom the film’s character ‘Curtis’ is named after. Saturday, Aug. 20 will feature an ecumenical Gospel music service led by Joliet-area faith based and civic leaders, followed by the sounds of seasoned Chicago blues veterans Mondo Cortez & The Chicago Blues Angels and Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials. The Blues Con experience will also feature Bob’s Country Bunker, catch a Bluesmobile car show before browsing the Maxwell Street Market while sipping on classic ‘Orange Whips,’ made famous in the film. A free public screening of “Blues Brothers” will conclude the festival Saturday night.