Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Blog update #5

Wow! 50,000 page views earlier today. Admittedly, about 20% seem to be bots.  I could never have thought that in less than two years, I should get so many visits to my blog. I certainly hope those visitors find what they are looking for or at least something of interest when reading my blog.

I've been very busy the last few weeks and will continue to be in the weeks coming. This means that I may be a little slow in getting new blog posts up. I normally aim to get one up a week but this time frame might double in the near future. There is no shortage of material to discuss, I'm not sure there ever will be, but simply having the time to discuss the material is my biggest limitation.

In the coming months, there is a few subjects that I'd like to post on. These are gold in the Orara River area, granites of the New England Batholith and touch on recent theories about the development of the Texas-Coffs Harbour Orocline/mega-fold.

In the mean time, thanks to all my readers, regular or just those that have stumbled by. I appreciate your comments and questions and I try to get decent answers to all of them, so please keep commenting. If you have a detailed question, a picture or information I might be interested in, please email me. My email address can be found by clicking on the "About This Blog" tab at the top of the page and scrolling down.

Thank you too to my wife Beck who has edited and proof read many of my latest posts. The clarity of language and ease of reading has certainly increased dramatically since I have received her help.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations Rod! Excellent stats, and a good indication of the quality and interest of your blog posts.