Tuesday, August 12, 2008

N.Y.C. Baby!


I didn't think it was possible to love my job much more than I already do.Coming into the New York harbor was completely amazing.I love this city for almost as many reasons as I can't stand it.After an early morning entrance into the harbor I forgot about all the reasons I dislike this place.It has been one of my dreams to work in the New York harbor and I will tell everyone why.The view!There is no way you can beat the view of everything from the statue of liberty to Staten Island.It's incredible and breathtaking just watching everyone go about there business and have no clue what they are missing being surrounded by skyscrapers.The canals,the hustle and bustle of the harbor,the people working on the tugs it's just so different than where I got my start in the James River of Virginia.I digress,so we offloaded a bit around 149th street and are heading back across the harbor to off load a bit more then it's up river for another change of scenery Albany.I can't wait!

6 comments:

The Rabid Outdoorsman said...

Negative Rep points for talking about the incredible scenery and only including one photo! :)

tugboatdude said...

HAHAHA I told you I stink at this computer thing.I can't figure out how to post more than 1 picture in a post.

{nUtTyPrOfFeSsOr} said...

Keep adding the pix and they show up at the top, then click and drag them down to where you want them (between paragraghs). Unlike Justin that is just dressed in drag. When he's dressed at all.

Holla at yo' wisdom teef!

tugboatdude said...

ok well then how do you add text and titles specific to the picture.aka right under them or on top of them.

The Rabid Outdoorsman said...

TBD,

When you add a photo you can choose to have it right, left justified or centered. I usually go back and forth one right one left, etc. If you put the title directly under it should look good. Also, don't forget to toggle the preview/hide preview to see what it looks like before you publish. Good luck and lets see those PHOTOS!

tugboatdude said...

Ok Ok OK I'm on it!