Friday, November 10, 2006

Site Meter Update

I went into site meter the other night and made a few changes. I don't remember what night it was, truly. I think it was Wednesday, but it might have been Tuesday. Anyhoo, since then ifyou scrool to the bottom of the page, you can now see how many visits there have to the blog. Visits are different from Page views. Page views are up to 1605, while visits are at 953, when I checked a few minutes ago.

I have picked up a few new viewer and want to say, "Hidey, Y'all." And back up and say Thanks for commenting Okie City, hope you enjoyed what you read.

Had a visitor from Wien, Austria, wonder how they got here!

Ithaca and Holbrook, NY, welcome.
Denver and Broomfield, CO. How's the skiing?

Salt Lake, saw an old City Confidential about your city the other afternoon on A&E, one of my guilty pleasures. Just curious, was it worth it to host the Olympics?

Hinesburg, VT, tell me about you!

Red Stick, LA! we're practically neighbors. Everybody hears 'bout N'orlens, how y'all recovering?

Winston-Salem and Asheboro, how delightful to have a NC contigent!

Hyattsville, Maryland, welcome to you.

And a belated welcome to Temple, TX. Home of the Temple Tigers and Scott & White. I thought I knew who you were, but I was wrong. So, are you someone I know or should know?

Thank you one and all!
Tell your friends, tell your neighbors.
And tomorrow, Veteran's Day blog and soon I publicly throw down the gaultlet to my Sistahs!

3 comments:

Kickapoo said...

Salt Lake, saw an old City Confidential about your city the other afternoon on A&E, one of my guilty pleasures. Just curious, was it worth it to host the Olympics?

Actually, yes it was worth it. We had a couple of years of road work in advance of the event to get ready, but that needed doing anyway. It ended up not costing the taxpayers anything, in fact we have a trust fund from the excess profits used to maintain all the new state of the art facilities. New facilities include, ski jumps, bobsled runs, luge runs, short track ice skating oval to name the first ones to mind. We have a world class winter olympic training facility here is the US and at a higher altitude than some, also a plus.

Anonymous said...

It was the Temple Wildcats when I played there 40 years ago, and according to the website it still is.

http://cms.tisd.org/ths/

HollyB said...

Sorry, Temple. I knew it was some kind of screaming feline with sharp claws and fangs that regulary whalloped the tar outta my beloved 'Roos!
I've been gone from there too long, and the memory is failin'.
Thanks for the reminder.