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hello all, I am new and am trying to talk to " River" who posted a forum 3mo ago about starting a community by Grand Mesa. how do I contact him. I am trying to do the same and would love info on how he is doing.
 
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Hi Micky:

I think I found the thread you are looking for:
https://permies.com/t/52742/ecovillage/Western-Colorado-Alternative-Building-Agriculture,

I went up to the "Search" Facility at the top and put in the first name River and found River Klein, Wide, Elkin and Morland. Then I put in "Grand Mesa" into the text part of the search and found the thread above by River Morland. I hope this helps.
 
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hello again , thanks for the help. how can I respond to an old post, the reply tab does not respond? like I said...I am new to forum stuff. thanks
 
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I am not sure what happened. You are obviously logged in or you would not have been able to respond on this post. I just went to the other string and posted on thread "this is a test for Micky". So that seems to be working. I am not sure what to tell you. You might want to go to your profile and see what is selected. Although I admit I am not sure what needs to be checked or unchecked.
 
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micky monger wrote:hello again , thanks for the help. how can I respond to an old post, the reply tab does not respond? like I said...I am new to forum stuff. thanks



The thread is open for replies. Just make sure you are logged in and try again.
 
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I've had this problem on old, unsupported versions of IE at work. What browser are you using?
 
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Mother Tree:

Thank you for taking the time to comment on the post. I am honored.

I do have a question. As you see in the response to the OP, I put a comment on another string "This is a test for Micky".

I do not know how to remove the post. Or would I need administrative privileges like you?

https://permies.com/t/52742/ecovillage/Western-Colorado-Alternative-Building-Agriculture,
 
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Donald Kenning wrote:I do not know how to remove the post.



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