This blog is four years old today

I can’t believe that this blog is four years old already and what a four years it has been. We recently broke the record for our best day, which happened to be the 15oth anniversary of the start of the war. We are on our way to 125,000 hits and I fully expect to hit 150,000 by year’s end. We have been averaging around 100 hits or more a day for several weeks and are embarking on covering the anniversaries of major events of the war as they relate to the sesquicentennial. I will soon begin a project involving podcasting for the blog and will also cover my adventures in reenacting and living history this summer, especially my trip to Wilson’s Creek for the anniversary of the battle.

Today, I will celebrate with my family, as my cousin graduates from UND with his Bachelor’s degree (congratulations Chad!). Tomorrow, I head to Fort Abercrombie to participate in Museum Day with the Fort Abercrombie Garrison reenacting unit, while my colleague Stuart will be at Nashua, Iowa again this year. I am looking forward to the shorter trip and the chance to reenact as a Union soldier.

As always, thank you very much for your readership and wonderful support. Have a great weekend, and, Happy 4th Birthday Civil War History!

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2 thoughts on “This blog is four years old today

  1. Congratulations on the success of your blog, as well as your cousin’s graduation. I don’t comment much here, but I check on your blog daily because I truly enjoy reading it.

    Thanks,

    Alex Yepiz

  2. Keeping a blog is enjoyable, but a whole lot of work and effort. I know, I have four of them. Wish I had stopped at one, but I just have too many interests.

    Congrats on four years and hoping many more to come.

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