If the Title of your text post ends with a question mark, or the last sentence of the body of the post ends in a question mark, a checkbox will appear below titled “Let people answer this.” If you’d like people to respond to your question, check this box, and an option to respond will appear on the dashboard.
Tumblr has became a venue through which I can both create and discover tidbits of compelling content that I can share with others. Tumblr has also sparked an intrigue to engage a following audience, to participate in web-based discussions, and connect with other Tumbleloggers.
How has Tumblr benefited you?
Because a Tumblelog that doesn’t becomes boring. Do you like the current theme?
I’d love to answer questions from you guys! It can be anything, really. =)
…your favorite Indie song right now?
I’m sure many of you are familiar with the beautiful Cannon Beach in Oregon. A large, sandy beach, it’s really a perfect spot for any sort of family vacation.
Haystack Rock is its claim to fame. A large rock covered with toughs of grass and a plethora of barnacles. Our family had many-a-time ventured upon this rock to explore the excitement of it all!
Then, about a month ago, we had such a family vacation. Minus the rock venturing part. Why?
When we reach the magnificent rock, we were surprised to see about a dozen different ugly signs scattered across the rock, saying things such as “protect the wildlife” and “this isn’t only a rock, it’s a home” and other such pithy lines. A lady in an orange suit came out and cautioned us to step away from the rocks we were stepping on, and directed us to a nearby sign which showed an
evil human foot, crushing the poor, innocent barnacles.
We just couldn’t believe it. Protecting their home? Exactly HOW many barnacles are there in the world? Many in places nobody has EVER been? Keep the rock beautiful, by all means! You think littering the rock with signs would fix that?
I think it’s important to keep all wilderness in its natural state, but by no means does that mean we can’t WALK or EXPLORE it! It’s even more ridiculous government intrusion in our lives…and at this rate, it’s only going to get worse.
So I’m curious…what do you all think about this? I’m not sure how many of you have actually visited Haystack Rock, but I’d still love to know what you think.