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Status: Reviewed
Votes: 00
Description:
When you hike in those parks it is not just for exercise. Catch your breath and take time to notice the flowers.
The first picture is just a moth that is similar to a humming bird. Saw it while gardening. Also, don't use pesticides and fertilizers in your yard and you would be surprised at the bugs you see.
The second pic is just a great looking fungus.
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SixLinks Developers' response:
Hi Mary,

Sorry you're finding things confusing!

One great place to start is the Tour de SixLinks guide, a guide that takes you through how to do many of the main features on the site. We'll have some video tutorials coming on each section, but they're not there yet!

Great pictures you've uploaded. We'll have better looking discussion areas shortly, as a great place for you to talk gardening an ideas with other interested folks!

As far as URLs, the URL is the address of the web page you're on, up in the top of your browser. The Suggestions section is there for you to give us feedback on certain pages of the site, if things look broken, etc. The URL's there so we know what page you're talking about! It's optional, and if it doesn't make sense, you can ignore it.

One final note - make sure you're using either Firefox, Chrome, or Safari as your browser for now. We're working to support Internet Explorer, and it should be there within a week, but we're not there yet!

Thanks for bearing with the construction process!

Comments

mary June 8, 2009
Obviously I'm finding the site a little confusing. Maybe it's too complex for busy people. I don't have lots of time. And what does URL mean?
mary June 8, 2009
Isn't that like reading the directions:)
never had to put a bike together and read the directions.
Tomo Says:SixLinks has changed a lot over its life. As good parents, the guys keep around the icons they couldn't use anymore in the icon pasture. (Actually, Jeff just agreed to this to keep Steve sane.)