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[[User:Sapphire | Andrew]] wondered how others felt about vfd'ing this page.  To me, it qualifies quite well as [[Wikitravel:Other ways of seeing travel | another way of seeing travel]], and I would have no objections at all to keeping it and developing it into a useful page, although it's obviously pretty limited as it stands. -- [[User:Bill-on-the-Hill|Bill-on-the-Hill]] 21:43, 24 May 2006 (EDT)
 
[[User:Sapphire | Andrew]] wondered how others felt about vfd'ing this page.  To me, it qualifies quite well as [[Wikitravel:Other ways of seeing travel | another way of seeing travel]], and I would have no objections at all to keeping it and developing it into a useful page, although it's obviously pretty limited as it stands. -- [[User:Bill-on-the-Hill|Bill-on-the-Hill]] 21:43, 24 May 2006 (EDT)
  
This page needs some more info that I could not provide. someone who has used this method of travel should really write on it. I have not, i have only read about it and saw it in eurotrip. and also plan on using it traveling next summer. --brian (the one who originally posted it... btw what's VDFing?)
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:This page needs some more info that I could not provide. someone who has used this method of travel should really write on it. I have not, i have only read about it and saw it in eurotrip. and also plan on using it traveling next summer. --brian (the one who originally posted it... btw what's VDFing?)
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::I VFD'd, because I thought we had an travel topic article that covered this, but I was wrong. I checked [[Travel topics]] and I didn't see anything that this could fit into. I guess I would have to vote keep. - [[User:Sapphire|Andrew Haggard (Sapphire)]] 21:50, 24 May 2006 (EDT)
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::P.S. to the user who posted above VFD means we vote on weather to keep or delete the article. Sorry for jumping the gun.
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::P.P.S. To the user who created this how about creating an user name/account?
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[[user:anywherebuthere | Brian]] hey, i made an account
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== Links to information ==
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*www.courier.org [http://www.courier.org/] - quick scan looks like valuable info
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*www.plantetickets.com [http://www.planetickets.com/air_courier.htm]

Latest revision as of 02:13, 25 May 2006

Andrew wondered how others felt about vfd'ing this page. To me, it qualifies quite well as another way of seeing travel, and I would have no objections at all to keeping it and developing it into a useful page, although it's obviously pretty limited as it stands. -- Bill-on-the-Hill 21:43, 24 May 2006 (EDT)

This page needs some more info that I could not provide. someone who has used this method of travel should really write on it. I have not, i have only read about it and saw it in eurotrip. and also plan on using it traveling next summer. --brian (the one who originally posted it... btw what's VDFing?)
I VFD'd, because I thought we had an travel topic article that covered this, but I was wrong. I checked Travel topics and I didn't see anything that this could fit into. I guess I would have to vote keep. - Andrew Haggard (Sapphire) 21:50, 24 May 2006 (EDT)
P.S. to the user who posted above VFD means we vote on weather to keep or delete the article. Sorry for jumping the gun.
P.P.S. To the user who created this how about creating an user name/account?


Brian hey, i made an account

Links to information[edit]

  • www.courier.org [1] - quick scan looks like valuable info
  • www.plantetickets.com [2]

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