Monday, April 30, 2012

April Record Month For "Mountaindale After Dark"

Always like to thank our readers, even more so when a new record is set.  Thanks to visitors from 77 different countries around the world, many of them from right here in Sullivan County, "Mountaindale After Dark" blog reach some impressive goals during the month of April.  We went over 10,000 visitors earlier this month, and are fast approaching 13,000 visitors in our goal of reaching 15,000 visitors.  We also have shattered our previous best total traffic month of just over 2500 visitors.  With the last day of April still not over, our visitor count for the month stands at 3357 visitors.  

A very special thanks to everyone who has made this happen.  

Volunteers Doing Litter Pluck
For those who follow us, would like to also share with you a link to a new blog.  Last year, working with the folks at Mountaindale Community Development Project, we created the award winning Sullivan Renaissance Train Garden here in Mountaindale at the entrance to our "Rails to Trails" corridor.  I am sure that garden will be well taken care of, and this year I have moved on to other of those projects is the "Rock Hill Sullivan Renaissance Category C project over in Rock Hill.  If you would like to watch this new 43,000 square foot project, and new location for the Rock Hill Farmers Market, you can check out a blog put up just for the project here.

We will also be launching two other blog projects soon:

Woodridge-Spotlight on Litter

Save The Pond Eddy Bridge

Again, a very special "THANK YOU" to all of our readers who make it all possible.  If you would like to help us continue to grow, please Plus 1 your favorite articles, Tweet a link too articles, leave us comments, and if you have a blog of your own, or are on Facebook, please share a link to us.