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Graybyrd
1 year ago

I used the “members” link and got a page denying me access. Here’s part of the message:

Your access to this site has been limited

Your access to this service has been temporarily limited. Please try again in a few minutes. (HTTP response code 503)

Reason: Exceeded the maximum number of page requests per minute for humans.

The last i checked, I’m still a human… so apparently the silicon entity guarding the site refuses us “meat” entities entry to the site. I’m logged in via the “guest” interface to post this message.

–Gray

CYoung
1 year ago

Still have spinning beach balls this morning. Tried clearing browsing history, no change.

Wolfe
1 year ago

I get spinning wheels here, and the bragging map lacks public authorization to view (still locked unpublished in draft mode).

Wolfe
1 year ago
Reply to  Wolfe
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Kim Christiansen (@imkimc)
1 year ago
Reply to  Wolfe

Hi Wolfe,
I updated the article so the correct l;ink should be in the story now.
Beachball issue is something we’ve been trying nail down for a couple of weeks. We’re closer now but thanks for the info, it helps us track down the problem.

Kim

George
1 year ago

Chuck, you and staff put together a quality newsletter this week. Thanks

jillie
1 year ago

Now on to the rocks question. Be careful of how big the rock is and where. It is a felony to take a rock from federal land aka national parks. If it is small enough to hide fine but watch how big it is. I was told this from our tour guide who saw my mother collecting rocks. The rocks I collected was one each for a gravesite. So unless you are going to do a rock garden? I suggest putting them back if you really don’t need them. Still cleaning out my camper and car from the stones we found and they found us.

jillie
1 year ago

We are still recovering from a 3 week journey to Colorado Utah Arizona and home. It was the best trip we ever did. What I recommend after going thru Denver I 70 is that this is the best route heading to Utah. Great views of the Rockies and the top half of Colorado. Once you enter Utah I recommend exit I believe 149 or 148 south to Escalanti Bryce Canyon. Avoid 12 south like the plague unless you are not towing. The local who runs the gas station at Torrey told us O NO Problem using 12. It was a nightmare with a trailer. I have learned my lesson not to listen to the locals. Ever. They hate tourists and those just passing thru. So take it from me. Avoid 12 south. It is scenic but nightmarish with a trailer. We headed home from Mesa Verde. No way easy to go east except thru the mountains. You can go an hour south to avoid it or directly head on. We did the head on. Did it and won’t do that again. 10,856 at the Continental Divide top. Scenic. We did all three states and are done. Now on to Alaska. Now I am working on a photo album thru an on line service. Should be done in a month. Happy Trails.

Bd2
1 year ago

No problem with web links or spinning beach balls with me this morning

Zeet
1 year ago

Digital map article says cannot open a draft.

Kendall
1 year ago
Reply to  Zeet

Same problem here. Very interested in the article.

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Kim Christiansen (@imkimc)
1 year ago
Reply to  Zeet

Just updated the link. Should work now. You may have to hit reload a few times in your browser to get the updated story since it’s also cached locally.
Kim

Gary Reiter
1 year ago

I’m having a little trouble with the news letter this morning, I’m getting a lot of spinning wheels, some things are not loading and some links are not working. Just to let you know.

Chuck Bear
1 year ago
Reply to  Gary Reiter

Same here. The Newsletter is loaded with spinning balls.

T. Hudson
1 year ago
Reply to  Gary Reiter

I agree, a lot of spinning wheels!

Lance
1 year ago
Reply to  T. Hudson

Me too!

Pennie
1 year ago
Reply to  Lance

Ditto!

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Kim Christiansen (@imkimc)
1 year ago
Reply to  Gary Reiter

Looks like an ongoing problem this morning for a few people. We’re working with our hosting company to see what we can do to alleviate the issue. We get a pretty large spike in traffic on Saturday morning (as you can imagine) but while that may slow the site, we’ve set the system up to avoid the spinning beach balls and 503 errors.

You can try back in the next hour and see if the issue goes away. You may have to hit refresh on your browser several times or clear your browsers cache history (if that’s something in your wheelhouse).

Should be fixed by next weekend, but if you see the problem you can also email editor@rvtravel.com and let us know you had a 503 error or the spinning beachball if you’d like. That helps us track the actual folks who were seeing the issue.

Thanks,
Kim