- May 22, 2008
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Was is the main theme of your blog? Would you like to share it?
How did you do the poll and how do YOU see the answers? What will you do with that info?
I think the poll is in the templates part, I probably went to the help menu and searched to figure it out!How did you do the poll and how do YOU see the answers? What will you do with that info?
I think that's a great idea!
You have some great information there. You've got it well layed out. My only suggestion would be a photo every once in a while to add some visual interest. It takes a bit more time to take and add them, but they do draw you in once you see them. Here's an example of one of my clien't blogs that have done a nice job with combining photos and visitor advice: North Idaho Visitor's Guide
Well I am pretty sure that is an aspect they aren't going to promote. ;-) I think no matter where you go you will find @$!*%&# idiots. Unfortunately they attract one another. Here's to better playgrounds where the fears of idiots can't corrupt the innocence of youth.Hey Swirt, my grandmother is in Coeur d'Alene right now. Selling off her waterfront place (Sandpoint) there prepping for the old folks home.
Totally off topic, but I experienced extreme racism there like no other. In case you easterners don't know Sandpoint being the home to the Hitler Youth and many other neo-nazi groups. Yep, had mothers' tear their children away from mine on a playground and carry them away. Most of you know how sweet our kids are. If I didn't experience it myself I would have never believed it.
The beauty of our kids is we don't even know what RACE they are and certainly don't care. We love them. (Adopted through the grace of God).
There is a fantastic amusement park there besides the mountains and lakes and beauty. We left and went home. They can HAVE Idaho.
(not your innkeepers, sorry, it just brought it back looking at that website) Of course my grandmother being pale caucasion never noticed any of this there after 25 years of spending every summer at that lake..
Thanks. I hope you find things you can use.Peggs, you have some great links on there! I can get lost in that.
I know nothing about Nebraska (and my Nana was from there) so thanks for sharing! I will put your link on mine asap.
This is what I'm talkin' about. For a person to see your blog and all that information is priceless! That is so much valuable than the next guy's place who has very little information for the guests. GREAT JOB!.
Thanks, I know I need more pictures on my web site and to add them to the blog. Will work on it.You have some great information there. You've got it well layed out. My only suggestion would be a photo every once in a while to add some visual interest. It takes a bit more time to take and add them, but they do draw you in once you see them. Here's an example of one of my clien't blogs that have done a nice job with combining photos and visitor advice: North Idaho Visitor's Guide
Hey, you could write a guest review of Kazu for me. We almost always eat lunch there, not dinner. Send me an email if you wanna...Thursday Spaghetti Night at Jimmy's - all you want for $3.99
These are the things guests like. I, as a guest want to go to Jimmy's. These are the hometown feel that guests are looking for in a small town. In a large city, then the hotspots, the best TIMES to go to art galleries etc.
I had a guest point out to me that the O.Winston Link Museum and Museum of Transportation have a shared ticket. So you can see both for the same price! This I didn't even know. Thank you guests for telling me. If there is nothing else happening, I will blog a short one about that. You never know who is reading. We had a railway man come here from Manchester England to visit O.Winston Link Museum. So write about anything and everything, some things will hit the mark for certain guests..
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