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gimpilatorNice Work

gimpilator

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As a member of OSAT and graduate of the GCC. I'm kind of ashamed to admit I've never hiked it. I guess I was always looking for a bit more vertical gain, but I wondered why there wasn't a SP page before. Glad to see there is one now.
Posted Nov 15, 2006 5:20 am

RedwicSuggestion...

Redwic

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First, I really enjoy reading your statements and descriptions on this page. However, technically, your page for "Tiger Mountain" should be re-categorized/adjusted into "Areas & Ranges" and would be better suited to do so. The Tiger Mountain State Forest is comprised of multiple peaks, a couple of which do not even have the "Tiger Mountain" moniker attached to their names. In fact, not one of those peaks has the complete name "Tiger Mountain". Each peak in the Tiger Mountain State Forest has its own routes, views, stories, etc. Also, your page primarily focuses on West Tiger Mountain, which actually already had its own Summitpost page created before this one existed. East Tiger Mountain and Middle Tiger Mountain also have their own Summitpost pages currently created. Your "Tiger Mountain" page would be great as a Parent (in "Areas & Ranges"), with the West Tiger page, East Tiger page, Middle Tiger page, and any other associated peaks in the future, attached as Children. This would also greatly help avoid confusion and contradictions.
Posted Jun 1, 2008 4:56 am

KlenkeRe: Suggestion...

Klenke

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I agree. This Tiger Mountain page should be renamed 'Tiger Mountain State Forest' and be recategorized as an Area/Range, whereon your new, more specific pages would be attached as children. West Tiger Mountain would be added to it too.
Posted Jun 2, 2008 12:40 am

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