File upload problem? (Coast Capital Savings)

 

Hi All,
Not sure where to ask this question, please excuse if this is the wrong place...

I tried to upload a GPX POI file the other day (can't remember exact day, maybe a week ago) and I believed it had worked but I can't find it anywhere. Is there some place I should look to see the status of my upload?

Cheers,
Gord

I may be wrong?

If you are trying to start a new POI file or adding/modifying one to an existing POI I think you may have to do that with the aid of a moderator. If it is your own POI I think you can edit changes.

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Thanks for the file

Thanks for uploading the file. The moderators review the file and then it is posted. I hope they are taking off for the long holiday weekend.

dobs108 smile

Found it!

Was hiding among some spam.
Sorry for the delay.
Should be available now.

~Angela

what flavor?

GlobeTurtle wrote:

RE: Found It! Was hiding among some spam.
Sorry for the delay.
Should be available now.

~Angela

Straight spam or did it have pineapple?

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Box Car wrote:
GlobeTurtle wrote:

RE: Found It! Was hiding among some spam.
Sorry for the delay.
Should be available now.

~Angela

Straight spam or did it have pineapple?

I recall a friend in college making "Spam, Jam and Yams", once.
I couldn't bring myself to try, but several others thought it wasn't bad.

~Angela

Spam

My mother was a public school cook back in the 1960's and 70's. They used to get these giant cans of spam as government commodities, and it was always a challenge to figure out what to make with it that the kids would eat rather not throw into the garbage. They came up with a recipe they called "glazed luncheon loaf" where they sliced it and coated it with a sauce of mustard and maple syrup, then oven baked it until it was golden brown. It actually wasn't too bad!

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Spam

alandb wrote:

My mother was a public school cook back in the 1960's and 70's. They used to get these giant cans of spam as government commodities, and it was always a challenge to figure out what to make with it that the kids would eat rather not throw into the garbage. They came up with a recipe they called "glazed luncheon loaf" where they sliced it and coated it with a sauce of mustard and maple syrup, then oven baked it until it was golden brown. It actually wasn't too bad!

I'm guessing that my high school's favorite meal of students which was the pizza burger contained it: 2 hamburger bun halves, each topped with meat, sauce and cheese. I bet the meat was disguised spam and we were never the wiser.

Spam. The other meat. It was a cheap replacement.

CraigW wrote:
alandb wrote:

My mother was a public school cook back in the 1960's and 70's. They used to get these giant cans of spam as government commodities, and it was always a challenge to figure out what to make with it that the kids would eat rather not throw into the garbage. They came up with a recipe they called "glazed luncheon loaf" where they sliced it and coated it with a sauce of mustard and maple syrup, then oven baked it until it was golden brown. It actually wasn't too bad!

I'm guessing that my high school's favorite meal of students which was the pizza burger contained it: 2 hamburger bun halves, each topped with meat, sauce and cheese. I bet the meat was disguised spam and we were never the wiser.

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