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|You can put this in the U.S. Highpoints Group yourself (when you edit the page). Why do you persist in having a site moderator do it by posting the request in the Site Feedback --> Mountain Groups thread? You've been a member long enough to know how to do it yourself (you've been told this more than once, I know, because I've told you more than once). |
Other than that...
|Posted Apr 18, 2004 3:36 pm|
|I did it, sorry I forgot, and I will remember from now on. I added a photo as well. What else do I need to do to get a 4 star rating? Thanks.|
Oh, I updated Indiana's Hoosier Hill as well. I believe you are the lone person giving me three stars there. I have made improvements.
|Posted Apr 18, 2004 5:09 pm|
|Klenke, I have added even more to Iowa and Indiana, with photos, links, and information. I am trying to get some maps up there as well. I want to know what else they need for 4 stars? Thanks.|
|Posted May 2, 2004 4:26 pm|
|My grandfather was from Iowa. He said that you could hear the corn grow on a summer's night! Could you include some photos of really big maize plants?|
|Posted Apr 22, 2004 10:21 pm|
|Not that I'm planning on this 'peak' but it is valid to many. The page has all the details needed if I was a midwestern HP collector.|
|Posted Oct 25, 2004 1:24 pm|
|One of these days, I am going to do a trip report for that giant hill (with the fire tower) in Yellow River State Forest. Or maybe Iowa's "Pikes Peak" !|
|Posted Jan 26, 2006 2:01 pm|
|Thanks for the vote - I added a section on the forest.|
|Posted Jan 26, 2006 2:34 pm|
|DonnaHandphul||Iowa Desecrates High Point|
|Seems Iowans are turning their high point into a mini-|
fairgrounds, or maybe an Interstate Welcome Center. Please
do all that somewhere else. High Points are sacred
panoramas, hopefully unhindered 360 degrees is available. What
more is needed?? Kansas has a small art-assemblage (kudos).
Neb just a marble plaque & picnic shelter (to watch the buffalo).
Not being remote, Fla has added a rest room to the small
2 acre site (fine, it's on a County Road). Many States cannot do anything as the peak is protected by forest regulations (thank you). Can't wait to find a High Point that is in the parking lot of a Outlet Mall- don't tell me, let me discover it myself. DH
|Posted Jul 22, 2010 1:47 pm|
|What a wonderful page you have created here, thanks hgrapid!|
I find I spend more time on US State Highpoint pages than I spend on facebook.
|Posted Jan 21, 2011 9:38 pm|
|hgrapid||Thanks for the kind words|
|I have done 32 highpoints now. Visit our main Highpoints site on Summitpost. It is a great page.|
|Posted Jan 22, 2011 1:24 am|