Here ya go--see my post on how to use Photobucket which is one of the best out there--they now host upwards of 3.3 billion pics! Sounds complicated, but it really isn't once you get your account set up and try it a few times. Good luck.
http://www.hobiecat.com/community/viewt ... 3414#33414
In response to your other question, yes, I have sailed in 10-15 knot winds--no problem. But it was the 40-50 knot microburst from a rainstorm about 5 miles away on a bright sunny day that flipped me before I even knew it was there. Nothing broke, but the lobster pot arm was rotated 180 degrees onto the deck as my hand-tightened clamp on the RAM ball slipped! Never had a problem on that with normal sailing, even up to 20 knot winds--but not 40-50 knots! Had it been a Hobie Sidekick, I have little doubt that the well nuts would have been torn completely out of the deck, and/or the arm would have been seriously bent and damaged. It's these kinds of microbursts that have been responsible for any number of airplane crashes during landings in rainstorms--a very nasty business! So my aluminum backing plates and SS screws and locking nuts did their job, and there was no damage to the hull, RAM ball mount, or to the lobster pot buoys or PVC arms. So, I guess you could say that everything worked as designed and intended!