Today I jotted down a few jobs (see above) that have become imminent. There are lots more to go with the ‘Top Ten’. So if I miss a day of the blog, I’m not going to try to ‘recover’ unless there is a walk report to write up – I do want to keep on top of those.
I’m trying to encourage Nallo Lady to contribute, and I do plan some ‘Time Warp’ items – reports on Alpine trips, for example, that I’ve been intending to do for ages and which the ‘bite sized’ format of the blog may make less daunting than the compilation of a full report. The entries for a specific trip would be given a special label and be input over a period.
So, after 95 days of continuous entries, containing over 40,000 words and over 170 images, some ‘gaps’ will now appear. The blog gets about 20 visitors a day. Regular viewers enter directly, but Google picks up names and terms etc very quickly, so there have been numerous hits on some items of ‘peripheral interest’ such as The Battle of Culloden, and Il-Quccija.
Most of the visitors are friends and family, plus a few of the outdoors bloggers, for which I have to thank quite a number for providing encouraging links. Thanks – Darren, Alan, Duncan, George, Phil, Lay and others. Sadly, there have just been a handful of comments, but maybe that reflects the contents...(read into that what you will - the important thing is that I get great satisfaction from doing the blog).