What do I do in Louisville?
Gday Fastestdogever (has that got anything to do with 'the world's fastest indian' about the NZ movie starring Anthony Hopkins?)
I was wondering why I should visit Louisville, Ohio. I looked it up on the net and there wasn't much information except the history and the birth of constitutional week. Is it a suburb of those other, larger cities or is it a seperate smaller town. Do I just pass through on may way to other points of interest in the area such as the NFL Hall of Fame? Do people live there and travel to work in other towns? Which part of "This slice of the mid-west contains a bit of everything American—part north-eastern and part southern, part urban and part rural, part hardscrabble poverty and part booming suburb,"  Is there anything to do there??? - Darren, Ctbolt 20:00, 2 February 2007 (EST)
Thanks for all your janitorial work on the hundreds of pages you've touched in the last few days! Have you noticed the listings templates in the box below the summary when you're editing a page? since you're doing some listings formatting anyway, might as well help implement those! They look like this:
* <listing name="" address="" phone="" email="" fax="" hours="" price="" url=""></listing> - Cacahuate 20:40, 18 February 2007 (EST)
Hey there Stacy! I just reverted the couple of pages you were moving in Ohio... Looking at Wikipedia, I think that those are the actual names of the places, in which case Atwater Township should stay there, not at Atwater (Ohio). If you know better, let me know and I'll apologize! - Cacahuate 18:09, 20 February 2007 (EST)
Tiny "cities" in regional articles
I'll join in the chorus thanking you for all the cleanup you've been doing, but one little thing: it is neither necessary nor desirable for regional articles within states to list tiny towns in the "Cities" section simply because the tiny towns have their own article. The Cities lists should be held down to about 8 or 9 "cities" per region, to improve readability of the articles, with preference given to the most significant cities/towns in the region; less important ones can certainly have their own article and breadcrumb track leading back to the region, but should only be mentioned in the regional article if there's enough room. The one that caught my attention was Lexington (Illinois), which is a teeny little place (I grew up near there) that surely does not rank among the 8 or 9 most significant "cities" in Central Illinois. Not a big deal, but something to think about. Thanks for all your help! -- Bill-on-the-Hill 10:14, 22 February 2007 (EST)
I just wanted to say that you've been doing excellent work on the structure of various stub articles. It's highly appreciated. --Evan 09:46, 26 February 2007 (EST)
I'm not sure if anyone has formally welcomed you, if not here it goes: Hello!
Welcome to Wikitravel. You can edit your preferences to change how the software works for you. Please take a second to look at our copyleft and policies and guidelines, but feel free to plunge forward and edit some pages. Scanning the Manual of style, especially the article templates, can give you a good idea of how we like articles formatted. If you're new to our wiki software, MediaWiki, look at the Wiki markup to get an idea of how to edit a page. If you need help, check out the help desk, and if you need some info not on there, post a message in the travellers' pub..
Please do not remove our listing
Dear Fastestdogever, We noticed that you removed our link to Smoky Getaways cabin rentals and would appreciate you leaving it this time. It is on the Sevierville, TN, Pigeon Forge, TN and Gatlinburg, TN pages for a reason — the cabin rental company has multiple cabins throughout the entire region, and therefore it is applicable to have a listing for people looking for cabins in all three areas. Listing it only in Sevierville is cutting out on 1/3 of potential business. Please contact us directly if you have an issue with this, but again, Smoky Getaways has cabins for rent in all of the areas mentioned above. Thank you for your understanding. listmeister 2:08, 8 March 2007 (EST)
Congrats! You have received the order of the squirrel for your tireless and valuable contributions to Wikitravel! Keep up the good work :) Click on the image to view the citation. — Ravikiran 12:53, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
Hi. Generally, a 'stuck' breadcrumb can be activated by adding the symbols %28 %29 around the name of the place that is not functioning. Here's an example of one I just fixed : IsIn|South_West_%28China%29 Hope that is of help. WindHorse 20:33, 18 March 2007 (EDT)
Hi there. I was wondering why you designated the Healdsburg article as an outline? When I look at the definitions, it seems like the Healdsburg article is at least usable. Just trying to better understand the system. Thanks, Kirasw 23:33, 19 March 2007 (EDT)
I have a question for you. Since a few of us are leaving for Puerto Rico in a couple of days can you tell me how did you get to Rincon. Did you fly into SJU? -- Sapphire • (Talk) • 02:13, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
One other thing, if anyone is staying there, do not buy the Rincon tourist map. It is no where close to being accurate, to scale, or have the things you really want to see in Rincon. Now that I've said that, I need to go update the article. -- Fastestdogever 09:40, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
I may be in the wrong spot, but I have been watching how you create and edit pages. You do a great job! I have created a problem at Sandusky, Oh at "eat". I can not resolve the problem with the New Sandusky Fish Co. If you look, the desciption is split. Can you help me fix this? or, tell me who to ask. I am also from Ohio. Thanks! 2old
Your good!! Thanks! 2old
I've replied on the Talk:Arizona page. Arizona is a difficult case when it comes to region structure, owing to the geological complexity of the state. I think the structure that I propose is at least practical, if not rigorous; see what you think. Thanks for all the work you've done on getting state articles in shape. -- Bill-on-the-Hill 09:59, 19 April 2007 (EDT)