Three years. Yup. That’s a long time in blog years.
This past year, I moved from San Diego to Santa Barbara, threw myself into my new job (which is a blast, by the way), saw my daughter turn 4, and was able to travel quite a bit. I wanted to give a bit of a rundown on what’s happened in the last three years. Here are some fun numbers.
Peaks Hikes: ~92
Hike Miles: ~580
People Who Visited my Site: 44,305
Blog Posts: 138
Photos in flickr: 2,725
Photo views in Panoramio: 337,124
National Parks visited: 6
I may have slowed down the frequency that I summit peaks, but I am enjoying the outdoors in other ways. I found a trail near my house where I can gain 7 miles and climb 4,000′ before work and not feel done for the day. I also go on shorter hikes with my daughter on the weekends.
There may even be a podcast coming up soon. There’s a lot of work to do on the site to keep it fresh and complete, and it takes a lot of time to even keep up with what I am currently doing (I have 4 posts I need to write).
I am still passionate about 100peaks.com and you should expect it to evolve. I have more than one iron in the fire and I hope you like the results.
If you ever have a question or any input, please feel free to contact me any time.
Thank you for reading.