That's what I'll be doing with my RMNP page, whenever I get around to finsihing it. After seeing this, Aaron's, and Kane's recent area pages, mine is going to be meager by comparison.
Great work on this page, it has everything. Nice layout, good read.
Check the bottom of the page. Otherwise, great work! Well written and informative. Use this page to keep us updated on the property issues!
Thanks for the comments, Aaron. What do you mean about the bottom of the page? I didn't see anything out of place. Maybe it's a difference in browsers or something?
Hmm. Yeah. You might be right. I'm using Netscape, but that will change in the futre to a wider format which may alleviate this incongruity.
Some of the Mosquito Pics seem out of place (like the Cascades or summits in Oklahoma/Nevada). Here are a few links to them:
I'm not sure how the image gathering works for group pages, and if it is easy to remove/change the linked images. Just wanted to let you know, everything else looks great.
Edit: Couldn't get the HTML [url] tags to work so I just removed them. Sorry to make you copy and paste to get the links to work.
Thanks, Kyle. I just axed all of them. I guess I was too trigger happy with the attach thing.
Hi Ed. Great work with this page! My question is, do the Mosquitos really end at Trout Creek Pass? I've always considered the lower peaks south of the pass running all the way to Salida and the Arkansas canyon to be Mosquitos, too.
I got that from a geology professor's website. I figured I'd take his word for it. If the Mosquitoes do end at Trout Creek Pass, then I wonder what the mountains to the south are? A separate range? Part of the Front Range? Beats me.
When you get a chance, you might want to attach this Ptarmigan Peak mountain page to your Mosquito area/range page.
FYI: I offered to adopt the Ptarmigan page to flesh out the content, but the current owner is not interested in religuishing the page, which is his decision.
Got it, thanks.
and can't wait to try some Lincoln Ice....