Great to see more Eastern Oregon peaks being put up. Feel free to use the link on most of my mountains for the Northwest Forest Pass if you want.
Looks like you had a great time out there!
Thanks a lot Brian!
I'm pretty 'totally-web-page-building illiterate'......hope you don't mind my stupid question: how would I provide a web link on the mountain page - right now I've posted the one or two links that are there just as text (if someone's interested, they have to copy and paste them into their web browser). How would I turn those into links?
Also, how would I post a photo next to the mountain name on main page (or elsewhere on the page)?
Many thanks again.
I was just as illiterate until a few weeks ago when someone helped me out. : - )
There are instructions on how to make a link on the Summitpost FAQ page. I tried to type it in here and it kept creating a link and not showing the info you need to type in, sorry. Click here and check out Question 8 for how to do it.
To add a picture to the Title of your mountain page, first hover your mouse over the picture you want so you can get the picture ID number. Then go to the mountain page as if you were going to edit it and there is a new box to put that number in. Once you do that, click on edit and it should work. Josh listed some info on this on a thread in the Site Feedback part of the Mesasge Board recently.
Hope this helps.
thanks again Brian.
will try that.
I took that link for the NW forest pass from your pages and included it on the Aneroid Peak page. Thanks again.
Page looks great! Wonder why the book cover is not showing up for Hiking Eagle Cap? I added the same one a while back to Bob Bolton's Eagle Cap page and it worked (great book). Might want to check the ISBN again if you get a chance.
Thank you very much for the vote (better late than never :) ).
Thanks for the nice vote!
a slightly delayed 'thanks' for the good vote.
Good page, nice work. Cheers William
Very well done ... the regs regarding dogs along with the pic is a nice touch.
Thanks for the positive vote.
Great page. I like having Wallowa peaks being put up, because most people do not know of them. Unfortunately, in the summer, the Wallowas are often crowded in the Aneroid Lake area.
Thanks for the good vote.
Wallowas are great! And though I'm a big fan of summer, if you do luck out weatherwise in winter/spring, it's a great place to check out on snowshoes/skis whatever. The TH I mention here is accessible year round (double check with rangers after extreme storms though). The two times we visited (Thanksgiving & February) we were completely alone.
I'm glad to see this page as I've wanted to do more in the Wallowas. Nice work and you've stimulated me enough to start planning some trips into the Wallowas, not all that far from where I live.
Thank you for the vote. Wallowas are an incredible place. We keep going back there at different times of the year. You should also check out the pages other folks have posted on Matterhorn, Eagle Cap and other great Wallowa 9000-footers.
Thank you very much for the vote (better late than never:)).
Thank you very much for the vote.