- Show the PDF document in a PDF reader.
- Select the entire document.
- Copy the entire document onto your clipboard.
- Create a text element in a Weebly document.
- Paste the clipboard into the text element. All of the pictures will be ignored (sigh).
- Now painstakingly split up the single text element into multiple text elements that are bounded by images. Best way I have found for doing this is to add an empty text element above the text element that you introduced in step #4. Then cut from the step #4 text element the (next) portion of text and paste into the new text element, and so on. Eventually the text element from step #4 will be empty and you will have multiple smaller text elements between which you can add the images.
- For the images, I use a PDF viewer, viewing the document at maximum width to get the largest version of the images I can get. Then I use a screen snapshot program to copy just the images and paste them into the document. Where two or more images form a block, I copy the block of multiple images and paste it as a block.
- You've got to be a little possessed to achieve this result. Benefit: it looks like the rest of Weebly authored content.
6/22, Thurs: We're settled for the night in Staunton VA. Today we visited the Pearl Fryor topiary garden (a private residence I learned about from the Atlas Obscura, a wonderful book my wonderful daughter gave me for my last birthday).
6/24, Sat: Lunch and dinner with lots of Smith family relatives. Great job by Derek Savage and Tom Smith (and their wives as well, I'm sure) in organizing this event.
6/25, Sun: Leisurely breakfast with lots of relatives. Time at the beach with Layne & Rettie. Retrieved Zoey from the kennel. Dinner with children & grandchildren. Relocated from the condo to a dog- friendly Red Roof Inn in Mt Laurel NJ
6/30, Fri: Today we left Zoey in daycare and visited 2 outstanding Frank Lloyd Wright houses: Falling Water and Kentuck Knob near Uniontown PA. We are in awe, especially of Falling Water!
Finally a visit to the site of the killing of 4 Kent State students by the Ohio National Guard on May 4, 1970, in a stupid attempt to stop a student protest of the Nixon/Kissinger expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. The four students died in a parking lot, and there is a ring of lighted pillars around each spot where a death occurred. Kathy and I had flown to Europe for a 6-month camping trip on May 1, and didn't hear about this tragic event until several days after it happened. The site brought back many awful memories.
7/3, Mon: I visited the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg museum in Auburn IN while Kathy and Zoey waited. The museum is in the headquarters (and showroom) of the Auburn Automobile Company. There are a lot of fantastic autos, mostly built by this company in the 20's and 30's after E.L. Cord took over as president, but some Auburn's going back to the first years of the 20th century, and a handful of classics from other makers. After the museum we drove on to Columbus IN.