Today I finally spent a few minutes and resolved this issue. It appears to happen when you install and set another browser as the default.
This is from the Microsoft site:
The Locate Link Browser dialog box appears when you open a Web link in an e-mail message in Outlook 2003
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June 22, 2007
When you click a Web link in an e-mail message in Outlook 2003, the Web site opens in a browser window and the Locate Link Browser dialog box appears.
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This problem occurs on a Microsoft Windows 2000-based computer that has a third-party browser that does not support Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), such as Netscape Navigator and Mozilla.
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To resolve this problem change the registered file type for the URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol file type to use Internet Explorer. To do this, follow these steps:
On the desktop, double-click My Computer.
On the Tools menu, click Folder Options, and then click the File Types tab.
In the Registered File Types list, click URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol, click Advanced, and then click Edit.
In the Actions box, type open.
In the Application used to perform action box, locate Internet Explorer (Iexplore.exe), and then click Open.
In the Application box, type IExplore, and then click OK.
Upon our return to the Prairie Cemetery we found that the dirt and mess was removed from our aunt’s grave site, and we were able to pay proper respects and say a prayer together as a family. It was unfortunate to have had this experience but we will be returning in years to come.
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Tillamook Air Museum
Tillamook air Museum, See one of America’s finest collection of over 30 War Birds including our P-38 Lightning, F4U-Corsair, P51-Mustang, PBY Catalina and …
6030 Hangar Rd, Tillamook, OR 97141
Map of 6030 Hangar Rd, Tillamook, OR 97141
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Tomorrow we hope to go visit the Blue Heron Cheese Factory.
This is the site:
Open 7 Days a Week, All Year!Summer Hours: 8am to 8pm (by Memorial Day)Winter Hours; 9am to 6pm
Blue Heron Cheese & Wine Company2001 Blue Heron DriveTillamook, Oregon 97141
Tel – 1.503.842.8281Tel – 1.800.275.0639Fax – 1.503.842.8530
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My wife Jennifer Caballero and I are in Astoria, OR visiting my Uncle Felix who recently lost his wife Eileen Caballero. So today we decided to take some flowers to the grave site where Eileen was buried. She was buried last month at the Prairie Cemetery in Knappa, Oregon, which is located between Astoria and and Clastskanie. It’s a small cemetery with less than 100 plots. There really isn’t even parking.
At about 12noon we drove out and to our shock and dismay the grave site was covered with about 5′ of dirt from a grave site next to the one for our family member. To top things off the tombstone had about 4′ of sod stacked on top.
To say we were a little upset is an understatement. There is no contact info at the cemetery or office, nothing. There is a private road next to the cemetery where people drive to get to a private residence.
So we decided to stop by the funeral home, Caldwell Funeral Homes in Astoria. Owned and operated by Renee Caldwell.
Caldwell’s Luce-Layton Mortuary & North Coast Crematory
1165 Franklin Ave. • Astoria, Oregon 97103 Phone (503) 325-1811 • Fax (503) 325-2275 The Caldwell family has owned and operated the funeral home since 1976.
As a principal of the business, Renee acted very unprofessionally in my opinion, basically handing the phone to my wife to leave a message for the “manager” of the cemetery. Renee, get with the program on customer service and being proactive. We brought pictures and video of the situation. Why Renee didn’t take control of the situation and have an immediate resolution is beyond me. I decided to confront Renee and speak up, asking her to take control and resolve the situation, and yes I was a little angry and emotional about it. She basically walked away and said that she would call the police if I didn’t stop demanding her to take action.
Wow was my blood boiling when she walked away. What kind of coward is Renee, more importantly, what kind of business is she running? Where when a customer who is still grieving brings a situation like this to her attention and she reacts as she did? Basically walking away from the situation trying to wash her hands of the situation and passing the buck to someone else.
Later in the day my wife did speak with the wife of the gentleman who runs the cemetery where Eileen is buried. We received assurances that the situation was being resolved tonight. We are going back Saturday to pay our proper respects.
Apparently the they have no backhoe and did the plots by shovel(hand) and stack the sod on top of the tombstones, to keep them from getting muddy. That’s at least the answer we received.
I don’t know much about cemetery regulations and what is allowed and not allowed, but this whole approach seems wrong. You don’t pile a heap of dirt on a plot that has just been closed less than two months ago. And why in the world is the only way to keep dirt or mud off a tombstone to stack sod on top?
Here’s the text from the Caldwell Web Site:
The Care That Our Family Can Offer Yours, Simply Knows No Bounds”
We pride ourselves on doing the best job for you possible. We advise and educate our customers so that they know their options and make the best and most meaningful arrangements for them, no matter how complex or how simple. We are adaptable to meet the wishes of all.
Why are we the best choice for you and your family?
I feel that is a question best answered by a trusted friend, medical professional, minister, or just the neighbor next door. After serving this community for 30 years I have the pleasure of letting my name and reputation speak for me. I accept the challenge of letting others give you the information that you are seeking about me, rather than me printing it for you to read here.
Who We Are
Our staff are all dedicated to the profession of caring for families in need of kindness, compassion, and advice at any time. These are caring people in a caring profession, available at a moments notice to offer their assistance.
Renee, please read your own site and take a refresher course on how to address these types situations. Remember the customer is always right! In this case the FAMILY is #1 anything you need to do, do it!
I hope to have closure to this in the next day.
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Tomorrow we are going to the:
Welcome to the Columbia River Maritime Museum
Columbia River Maritime Museum 1792 Marine Drive, Astoria, Oregon 97103 Telephone: 503.325.2323 Fax: 503.325.2331. Open Daily 9:30 am – 5:00 pm Admission …
1792 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103
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We are going to try to make it to this museum in Tillamook.
Tillamook Air Museum
Museum is located in Tillamook, Oregon in a WWII blimp hangar. The museum showcases combat aircraft
Today we went to the Tilamook Cheese Factory. A pretty popular place right off the 101 in the town of Tilamook.
We got to sample some cheeses, including a new Garlic Cheddar and Pepper Cheddar.
I’ll post some video of the factory later.
There are people that find it interesting to see the kiosks at facilities with errors or crashed. Well I report that one of the kiosks at the Tilamook Cheese visitor area had an error and dumped out to Windows. I’ll post the screen picture later.