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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Outdooraholic » Fri May 27, 2011 10:52 pm

Just got a pm from Sarah regrading this. I haven't been frequenting this site as much as I used to. I actually just got back this morning from backpacking Bush Mountain and logged on to sign the log. I was surprised to see that I was only the second name, now I see why. I've made several pages in the past, mainly in the Franklin Mountains. What mountains are still in need of being redone? If I'm familiar with it I'll volunteer.
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Sarah Simon » Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:30 am

Scott wrote:
Any takers? I've already rebuilt 4 of the peaks in the park. It's time for a fresh voice on Hunter.


I was waiting for Bob's answer before posting a new page (1/2 done), but if you or anyone else wants it, feel free to post one instead.


Hey, Scott, are you gonna run with this one? I'm happy to go ahead and post Hunter - I'm just trying to coordinate with you before stepping on toes. If you're ready to post, go with it. Otherwise, if you're not feeling up to it, let me know and I'll post a page for Hunter in the next week or so.
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Scott » Fri Sep 09, 2011 2:56 am

I have one mostly written, but I haven't posted many new pages to SP lately
because it takes so long to try and add the photos (like about an hour for
5-6 photos). I was hoping that SP would be fixed soon and sometimes it seems to be
working better.

If you want to post your page on Hunter Peak, feel free to.

If you want to post one (and have the patience), it's fine with me.

I'll try posting one right now and see how it goes.

I'll be posting some Alaska pages soon, but I really hope the problems
are fixed.
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Scott » Fri Sep 09, 2011 3:46 am

PS, the Guadalupe Page is completely blank. Someone (Sarah?) really should write that one up as it's the most well known mountain there.
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Bob Sihler » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:27 am

Scott wrote:
Any takers? I've already rebuilt 4 of the peaks in the park. It's time for a fresh voice on Hunter.


I was waiting for Bob's answer before posting a new page (1/2 done), but if you or anyone else wants it, feel free to post one instead.


Scott, if you sent me a PM about this, I missed it. :oops:

Please post it. We all know you'll do a great job.
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Bob Sihler » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:29 am

Scott wrote:PS, the Guadalupe Page is completely blank. Someone (Sarah?) really should write that one up as it's the most well known mountain there.


Someone adopted that page but told me he was too busy to work on it. I suggested that Sarah might be the right person to take it. I guess he didn't contact her. Sarah?
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Re: New Mexico and Texas Peak Pages Up For Adoption

Postby Scott » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:56 am

Here is the Hunter Peak Page:

http://www.summitpost.org/hunter-peak/744746

I still haven't finished the route page and haven't finsihed attaching everyone else's photos.

Sarah, if you have more info to add or ever want joint/all ownership of the page let me know.

Scott wrote:
Any takers? I've already rebuilt 4 of the peaks in the park. It's time for a fresh voice on Hunter.

I was waiting for Bob's answer before posting a new page (1/2 done), but if you or anyone else wants it, feel free to post one instead.

Scott, if you sent me a PM about this, I missed it.


I was actually referring to my post (in this thread) made on April 11, but no problem.
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