Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Durhamblogger Visitors - Thank You!


Howdy everyone! In just seven months since starting my blog, 1200+ visitors from 28 countries have stopped by Durhamblogger! Wow! :-)


Some of the visitors who stopped by recently were from Bulgaria, Pakistan, Hong Kong, and India!

Visitors - Please leave a comment about yourself... and let everyone know what country you are in! If checking in from the United States... leave a comment about yourself and the state you live in!


I am humbled and grateful for all these wonderful visits... and look forward to welcoming more folks here in 2010!

2 comments:

  1. Hi Mike,
    Great job on the blog. I've been kayaking for 5 years, started when I was 50. I had done a bit of canoeing on and off since college before that. My favorite places are the Beaverdam section of Falls Lake (no motorboats allowed, only paddlecraft and electric trolling motors) If you head north and pass under the bridge it's likely you'll see a bald eagle or two. Another favorite is the Eno River, put in at the Rodolphe Rd public boat ramp at the end of Red Mill Rd and head either up the river or down into Falls Lake. I've been up the Flat River from where it joins the Eno/Falls Lake about 2 miles twice but had to turn around because of time (getting dark) or weather (raining). I'd like to paddle all the way to Lake Michie sometime. Another favorite place is the Neuse River, put in below the dam and take out at either US1, 401, or Buffaloe Rd. Only issue is that you need a ride back. Anyway, keep the blog updated. Maybe we'll run across each other on the water. Or feel free to email me at wb8tsv@yahoo.com.

    John

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  2. Hi John! Thanks for some great comments on local put in areas! I hope to see you out on the water soon!

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