A few minutes ago the counter on this blog indicated that we have reached one million hits since beginning the blog about five years ago.
This is not much compared to many secular web sites, or even some biblioblogs, but I am pleased with the results over these years.
Ferrell’s Travel Blog was begun to keep friends and family of our tour members informed about the progress of a tour in 2007. Had I realized it was to become a regular part of my life, averaging more than 1100 hits a day, I would have named it differently. But I didn’t, and here we are.
Thanks for following the blog. I am especially pleased when Bible class teachers write to tell me they are using the material in their Bible classes.
I have enjoyed the contact with some well-informed people who have taken time to communicate with me regarding the subjects I write about. Thanks to all who have taken the time to leave a comment on the blog, in person, by Facebook, or by Email.
We celebrated becoming half a millionaire November 21, 2010, here.
Some days I think of discontinuing the blog; other days I don’t.
The photo of the milestone from the Via Egnatian, a Roman road used by the Apostle Paul, seems appropriate today.