Howdy! You're doing great work, thank you very much for it.
Suggestion: when you start a new page, try clicking on the "city" link just above the edit box. That will pre-fill the page with one of our article templates. I realize that a hill-station isn't a "city", per se, but we still need the same information for it.
Counties as travel destinations
As mentioned to you before, we do not normally create US Counties as travel destinations. If you feel a county should be a destination, please go ahead and poplulate it with information. There are areas in the USA where counties apply, but Kansas is not one of them. Thanks! -- Tom Holland (xltel) 07:00, 11 October 2006 (EDT)
Just to add to what Evan said... when you have a user account, you don't need to provide any identifying information about yourself. It's just a way for the Wiki to track all the changes made by you. You can even name the account AnonymousGuy or whatever. -- Colin 14:01, 2 January 2007 (EST)
Thanks for your interest in keeping Wikitravel:Discover high-quality, but I think you may have gone too far. Note that the guidance says that referenced articles "should" have a status of Usable or above, not that they must have such status. Because the list of trivia there is not very long, we are being forced to use some material from Outline articles to avoid running out of stuff. I wish it weren't so, but since it is, I've reverted your changes. (Incidentally, I echo Ryan's entreaty to create an account.) -- Bill-on-the-Hill 09:38, 3 January 2007 (EST)
thanks very much 203 help me out somemore i will add them as i go and you can help edit. --184.108.40.206 12:01, 3 January 2007 (EST)
Hi, 203. I just wanted to take a second to say thanks for the immense amount of work you do on Wikitravel with the awarding of a Barnstar. I should probably work up an appropriately bombastic delivery for this award, something like:
Thanks for all your work. --Evan 00:04, 11 January 2007 (EST)
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