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As requested, here's a few quick comments about this article, with the caveat that I haven't read through the whole thing yet.  That said, for a first article this is a tremendous job.  You've got got more than enough to give a visitor a sense of what the park is all about.  Some possible suggestions might be to add information about nearby lodging under a "Lodging" sub-heading under "Sleep" - many people don't want to camp, so it's helpful to them to know how far away the nearest hotels are.  Additionally, the wilderness camping section can be put under its own sub-heading of "Backcountry" (see the [[Wikitravel:Park template]]).
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As requested, here's a few quick comments about this article, with the caveat that I haven't read through the whole thing yet.  That said, for a first article this is a tremendous job.  You've got more than enough to give a visitor a sense of what the park is all about.  Some possible suggestions might be to add information about nearby lodging under a "Lodging" sub-heading under "Sleep" - many people don't want to camp, so it's helpful to them to know how far away the nearest hotels are.  Additionally, the wilderness camping section can be put under its own sub-heading of "Backcountry" (see the [[Wikitravel:Park template]]).
  
 
As to pictures (and other data), nps.gov is public domain unless otherwise noted, and they have a [http://photo.itc.nps.gov/storage/images/band/band-Thumb.00001.html few pictures] online.  I didn't see anything there that blew me away, but I just kind of glanced through.  The only other feedback I can see at this point is more of a subjective thing: I like to break up activities like "hiking", "photography", etc under their own headings (see [[Yosemite National Park]]), while others don't.  My personal opinion is that it's nice to look at an article and know immediately what there is to do, but it's a matter of opinion.  If you prefer paragraphs that's perfectly fine - I may sneak in one day when you're not looking and break things up, but I'll try to restrain myself ;)
 
As to pictures (and other data), nps.gov is public domain unless otherwise noted, and they have a [http://photo.itc.nps.gov/storage/images/band/band-Thumb.00001.html few pictures] online.  I didn't see anything there that blew me away, but I just kind of glanced through.  The only other feedback I can see at this point is more of a subjective thing: I like to break up activities like "hiking", "photography", etc under their own headings (see [[Yosemite National Park]]), while others don't.  My personal opinion is that it's nice to look at an article and know immediately what there is to do, but it's a matter of opinion.  If you prefer paragraphs that's perfectly fine - I may sneak in one day when you're not looking and break things up, but I'll try to restrain myself ;)
  
 
Summary: great first article, and I hope to see more! -- [[User:Wrh2|Wrh2]] 01:42, 26 Aug 2005 (EDT)
 
Summary: great first article, and I hope to see more! -- [[User:Wrh2|Wrh2]] 01:42, 26 Aug 2005 (EDT)

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As requested, here's a few quick comments about this article, with the caveat that I haven't read through the whole thing yet. That said, for a first article this is a tremendous job. You've got more than enough to give a visitor a sense of what the park is all about. Some possible suggestions might be to add information about nearby lodging under a "Lodging" sub-heading under "Sleep" - many people don't want to camp, so it's helpful to them to know how far away the nearest hotels are. Additionally, the wilderness camping section can be put under its own sub-heading of "Backcountry" (see the Wikitravel:Park template).

As to pictures (and other data), nps.gov is public domain unless otherwise noted, and they have a few pictures online. I didn't see anything there that blew me away, but I just kind of glanced through. The only other feedback I can see at this point is more of a subjective thing: I like to break up activities like "hiking", "photography", etc under their own headings (see Yosemite National Park), while others don't. My personal opinion is that it's nice to look at an article and know immediately what there is to do, but it's a matter of opinion. If you prefer paragraphs that's perfectly fine - I may sneak in one day when you're not looking and break things up, but I'll try to restrain myself ;)

Summary: great first article, and I hope to see more! -- Wrh2 01:42, 26 Aug 2005 (EDT)

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