This is My Web Page
I now have my very own website
This is my very own webpage and it only costs me $100.00 a year. This price includes designing the page, a host {} that allows my page to be on-line, and my very own domain name Go ahead, click on the link and see what happens. Your web page, or more correctly your website is up and running for the whole world to see. All for $100.00 a year. I can even add additional pages up to six starting at $20.00 per page. And if I want to have a completely independent website and a lot more pages, that can be done in-expensively as well.
The above prices are for the first year. To retain the page{s} on line there after costs only $50.00 for the first page and $5.00 for each additional page {Note: there is a limit on the number and size of images and total content}.
Just think, I can have my own website with my very own domain name,

This is what is included:
  • A webpage designed to fit my needs {with generous limits on photos, images, and content}
  • A host {} where I can park my webpage so the whole wide world web will see it
  • My own domain name,
  • Submission to Google & Bing Search using their 'Registered webmaster tools {posts your site immediately to Google and Bing}

    That usually would cost hundreds of dollars to do. How can Creative Thinking do it so in-expensively? Fair enough question.
    With a simple answer.
To find out how they {a clue: just who is 'they'?} you will need to go here. This is my webpage and I will build it my way, what I want, as you can see below with my favorite subject.

Wild Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest

This guide covers wild edible mushrooms of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, the Rocky Mountains and Western Canada.

This list only contains "safe" mushrooms - those that can be reliably identified and have no deadly-poisonous look-alikes. As a safety precaution, all mushrooms should be cooked and eaten in small quantities if not previously consumed.

Warning: do not attempt to identify a mushroom by matching the pictures alone; compare all the listed characteristics. Never experiment with a mushroom that you cannot positively identify. A poisonous mushroom can kill you.

  1. apricot jelly mushroom
  2. bear's head tooth mushroom
  3. black morel
  4. blue chanterelle
  5. cauliflower mushroom
  6. chicken of the woods
  7. common puffball
  8. comb tooth mushroom
  9. fairy ring mushroom
For more information about Eatable mushrooms go to Wild Edible Mushrooms