Hello Repayne! Thanks for your work on Talkeetna, New Jersey and elsewhere. The site currently has many gaps in its coverage of United States National Parks, so it's great to have a fellow park fan around. Your contributions thus far have been great, but one thing to be aware of is that usually standard headings aren't deleted unless they don't apply to a particular subject, for example having a "Drink" section in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge article wouldn't make sense since no one would expect to find a bar on the tundra. If I've re-added any headings to Talkeetna that don't make sense, feel free to remove them, otherwise the hope is that future users will come along and help fill those sections out.
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-- Wrh2 02:45, 24 Aug 2005 (EDT)
Just a quick note to say thanks for the massive number of formatting and disambiguation cleanups you did late last week. Very much appreciated! -- Ryan 02:47, 7 Sep 2005 (EDT)
Thanks for the spelling fixes, but as far as I can tell, the proper spelling is "archaeological", not "archeological" (See Wikipedia and Wiktionary). In addition, the first hit on Google for "archaeology" is "Archaeology Magazine", while the top results for "archeology" are sites in which the spelling is "archaeology". -- Wrh2 00:56, 15 Sep 2005 (EDT)