Time for another look at what is popular on this blog. I try to do this regularly because my stats package is limited to the last 100 visits.
The most popular posts in the last 100 visits have been:
- Fossicking in New England came first by a considerable margin, again retaining its position in the top group.
- TAS Old Boy Michael Fussell killed in Afghanistan , first last time by a considerable margin, is still attracting visitors.
- Then after a gap came Death of New England Writer Eric Rolls (1923-2007).
These three were followed by three equal posts:
- Northern Tablelands-North West: Big Sky events summer calendar December 2008 - February 2009
- The Poetry of Judith Wright - South of My Days
- Happy Christmas to all New Englanders wherever you may be
Then came no less than eight equal posts:
- The Economic Basis of Traditional Aboriginal Life in New England. I really must finish this post!
- The blog archive for June 2007
- UNE Passings - deaths of Dr David Evans, Professor Rod Gerber
- New England Tablelands-North West Events Calendar Autumn 2008. Just a little ou of date now!
- Hugh Frewen's "Imogene - an odyssey"
- Federal Hotel Bellingen - another example of North Coast architecture. This post is one of a number beginning the process of exploring New England's different architectural styles.
- L J Hill's great Namoi Mud album. My family has promised me a copy of this as a present!
- New NSW Population Projections 2006-2036 - what do they mean? is as the name says.
Looking at the stats, the thing that pleases me most is that the blog is slowly gathering a degree of traction.