Thanks for all the good stuff you've added on Albuquerque. That's rapidly turning into a really high-class article, and you've filled in some gaps in my own knowledge of the city. One thing: you might think about down-selecting to one or two museum photos, as our Wikitravel:Image policy generally calls for minimal use of images -- remember that many readers and potential travelers don't have high-speed access to Wikitravel, and images really eat up bandwidth. Anyway, keep up the good work! -- Bill-on-the-Hill 23:28, 12 November 2006 (EST)
Hi Perry. I like the Albuquerque site too. You are a talented 16 year old!FrankEM 17:15, 29 December 2006 (EST) I was only there once and would be no help, but I was just read the comment by Bill about using few images. I read, I think on the main page, that the images make or break a page. Now I am confused. I was adding images like a man man! I guess I should be asking Bill since he made the comment.
Thanks, Bill. I'm glad you let me know, or I probably would have added a picture of the BioPark and another one of Old Town by now. ;) You're working on maps? Great! I was just thinking about that the other day.
We're having a lovely snowfall in ABQ right now... PerryPlanet 18:21, 29 December 2006 (EST)
Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park
Just FYI, I've reverted (and expanded upon) your edit of the Big Island (Hawaii) pertaining to this place. The reason is that it's not really a "destination" since you can't sleep there, spend more than a few hours without seeing it all, and so on. It's sorta in the same class as Petroglyphs National Monument in Albuquerque -- one of those things you do while you're close by as a result of going to the actual "destination" (Kailua-Kona in this case). The Wikitravel posture toward "just-passing-through" national monuments is inconsistent, to put it mildly; we have articles on some, but not all. In this particular case I think it is very unlikely that a useful article could result for it, but maybe I'm mistaken. Anyway, it's good that you're looking beyond New Mexico for things to help on. (P.S. A good foot of snow on the ground up here, and more coming tonight -- went XC skiing directly out of our house today, for the first time in several years.) -- Bill-on-the-Hill 20:36, 29 December 2006 (EST)