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Saturday, October 10

3,000 visits and counting

It's traditional to keep a track of visitors to websites and blogs on the Internet and I noticed the other day that Stuart's Cumbrian Sky has passed the landmark of 100,000 (yes one hundred thousand) visitors. That's a fantastic milestone, well done Stu.

That prompted me to check our own counter and we have reached the somewhat more modest milestone of 3,000 visitors. That's not bad for a blog that's really just designed to keep society members up to date on whats going on. We've been going for almost four years (since January 2006) and have over 400 posts on CAS News now.

So to 'celebrate' I've added a search panel to the side bar on the blog to help you search through some of those 400 older articles. It's over there just under the calendar.

While on the topic of posting I'd also like to pass on my thanks to Jeremy who has really picked on the mantle of the blog over the last few months posting news articles and his excellent images, while I've not been so active. Hopefully other things will calm down a bit for me soon and I'll be able to spend a bit more time blogging.

And of course thanks to all of you for keeping coming back.

Don't forget you can contribute by leaving comments on posts, just click on the "x comments" link under the relevant post. It only take a minutes and it doesn't hurt ;-)

Chris.

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