NOT BAD FOR FOUR MONTHS
Sometime today, (or maybe tomorrow,) this site will see visitor number 15,000. Thank you, and thanks to the 14,999 before you. And special thanks to Mark & Matt for fixing my HTML goofs. The WordPress support team is fantastic.
This little blog has done wonders for my ego, and it’s served it’s purpose with the pages and data sheets for the staff.
The meat of this site is not in the posts, and the statistics show it. Search terms for the Target Shooting section outnumber everything; followed by Yellowstone, Snowmobiles, and Fly Fishing – in that order. Speaking of which there are a couple of new pages up that are not in the last site update.
Four pages are in the Yellowstone Section: Competing Government Perspectives, Yellowstone’s Current Trout Species, Exotic Plant Species In Yellowstone, Invasive Species, and one is in the Target Shooting Section – 221 Remington Fireball.
Well, it’s still cold and I’ve got to check the boxes. I’m working on a post for general consumption about the theory and science behind particulate dispersion. It’s not just what you measure; but how you measure – and the conditions the measurements were taken in. Sounds simple – maybe it is.
Then, of course there’s the formaldehyde issue. The increase in snow coaches – THAT’S RIGHT SNOW COACHES – not snowmobiles, will increase levels of poisonous gasses. Air quality depends on many things and the unseen is as important as the seen. Watch the testosterone bloggers jump on this one.
This is going to be a busy week. The first approximations are due, the trip to Satan’s Nostrils is coming up, and I’ve got to get ready for Boise. There is one more gathering and a staff meeting. The computers better hold up. Time to run over to the boxes – cold or not.