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All members can upload pictures to the web site.  Please try to do so early in the week.  The pictures help to show how much snow we have in our Five Winds area on the given day, and the type of terrain we ski/snowshoe in.  It is particularly helpful for those who did not book the bus that day, especially since people look at conditions in Toronto, Horseshoe, Hardwood Hills or Collingwood, which is not going to have the same conditions as our area as we are in a different "snow belt area."   Please be selective on the pictures and post small files.  The files posted on our web site are less than 500 kb or 1/2 mb.  Most cameras are at least 5 mb (5000 kb), so at least 20 times larger than you need.  If you're measuring by size, 640 x 480 size will be more than enough to show the pictures well.

Instructions:  You must first be logged in to the web site to see an Upload button.  Click the Upload button and scroll to where your pictures are located.  Choose your files (max 5 at a time).  Click Upload and your files will upload.  Please make sure your pictures are oriented correctly  If you see your picture that is incorrect, you will be able to delete it by clicking on the picture and selecting the trash can.  Please note, we do not have the resources to upload or to fix pictures for you.

Winter Bus: February 18, 2018

25 photo(s) Updated on: 19 Feb 2018
  • What a beautiful day
  • Gord And group and our new found friend
  • Linda and new member of Fivewinds
  • Brad and Cathy crossing a beaver dam
  • Pawel, Lydia, and Ian possibly taken at Otterslide?
  • Arriving at Nine Mile Lake. Cathy, Brad, Pawel, Ian, Lydia, and Lynn.
  • Plus 1, warm sun, & only a little bit sticky on Nine Mile Lake
  • Two teams converged. A Muskoka family was staging their own Olympics on Nine Mile Lake. Thanks to Five Winds for a great day. Best ski I've had in 8 years.

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