This looks like a great place and a fun climb! Good description, but PLEASE use capital letters; they are part of our language for a reason...
Let me know if you fix this and I will change my vote - cheers.
thanks tim. i absolutely hate all the typing, anything to shorten the time (like not hitting shift for all those caps, i'm just no good at it), but like to pass along info on fun stuff to do. also not at all interested in my voting power or page score or rank or how many people sign my climbers log, ONLY in passing along beta so others can have the info to enjoy these wonderful places as well if they desire. grammar does not affect that goal one bit. well, caps anyway. if i were doing this for some pay i would put on my professional cap, but i see it as a casual sharing of beta from across the bar. cheers !
after thought - for anyone else reading this, if the lack of caps is a buzzkill that you think is an obstacle to people interested in the beta let me know. i will (begrudgingly) edit all pages. but i better get a cookie or something in appreciation for all that labor. ;) just typing this my poor lil' fingers are all crampy !
You should definitely add capital letters. Even if the page is for fun, caps make it alot easier to read. Also, the way the members submit their beta reflects the quality of the summitpost. Other then that, its a great page!
Hey - thanks for responding; I definitely agree with Woodzy that it makes it harder to read! I see you changed it - everything looks great and I actually read it through without going nuts...
I would offer a cookie if you were here - my wife just made about 200 of them today!
Glad it makes a difference for ya. And had selfishly never considered the reflection on the summitpost, was just thinking of my own little world. My usual modus operandi.
I enjoy that area. Explored a bit along that ridge too, though I've never been to that specific point.