Greetings from Bill Johnson (professional "handle" M. W. Johnson, Ph.D.) in Los Alamos, New Mexico. I use the same user name in Wikipedia, where I contribute articles on New Mexico, classical music, mountains and mountaineering, and chess -- in other words, a lot of the same stuff as here. (Incidentally, Los Alamos is widely known as "The Hill," hence the handle.) I'm 54 years old, married, with two children in college. If you have questions about hiking opportunities in New Mexico or suggestions for WikiTravel articles on the area, drop me a line!
Bloomington-Normal (Illinois) -- My old stomping grounds many years ago, and worth a little effort as they're on Route 66 which is a trendy "meta-destination." I've started the process of combining the old Bloomington and Normal articles; please feel free to help.
Santa Fe National Forest -- First of several articles on "outdoors" destinations in the Southwest extending beyond national parks
Santa Fe (New Mexico) -- The "City Different" can't really be "completed" as a destination, as it's constantly changing, but most of the heavy lifting is done. Note that I've set up a photo page with photographs of this extremely beautiful place, with the intention of using one or more in the article once there's been some discussion; if you particularly like (or dislike) one, please leave a comment in the corresponding discussion page.
Taos -- not really "completed," but in reasonable shape until the next visit
Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos
Lots of little towns in northern New Mexico, including Farmington and Pojoaque, all of which are waypoints and overnight stays en route to interesting things here even if they're not that exciting themselves
I'll also kick in on some destinations in Arizona and Colorado, although my knowledge of these is somewhat more superficial.
A possible topical page on Folk Art, to bring some rigor to the hodgepodge of American Indian art mentioned in some of the other pages, and try to encourage other areas with interesting folk art to represent it coherently.
Other sources of folk art beyond those of the Southwestern United States and Russia. I think we really need an article on this subject; planning to get started on it soon.
I appreciate your response, and yes, I knew I could edit and remove, but since I am new here, but not new at a wiki, I wanted to make sure that this amount of advertising, whould be removed. Now that I know, and I will read the link you sent me, I will start editing as many articles as I can find. While I am not a great traveler, I am a good editor and will both edit and add pictures as many areas that need it, as I can find and keep writing on Florida, my home town. Flowergirl 14:59, 4 August 2007 (EDT)