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While I was in California…

While I was on vacation, my bandwidth was exceeded. Thanks people! I mean that. Clearly my visitors exceed my expectations and my brief forays into the world of social media and marketing have had some effect :-) I shall have some upgrading to do…

I’ll have a few photos to post soon, but here’s one from the drive up the California coast to Big Sur. California is really more desertlike in its geography – it’s dry and can be rocky. Notwithstanding the areas of winegrowing country and pseudo tropical flora. Along the way – just before Hearst Castle I believe, there was a herd of elk on the mountains. This is from the car window – but it typifies some of the views from my vacation – clear blue sky (very clear), brown hills and Highway One.

Lilandra and I are also trying to add to our Hajj blog, since that time of year is coming again and we have been terribly delinquent. So feel free to pop over if you are interested in how we used modern technology and facilities to prepare for the Hajj.

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4 Comments so far (Add 1 more)

  1. I am not surprised since this blog comes up for many searches with Google. I changed out the account at mayarobeach.com to an unlimited bandwidth account a couple years ago for the same bandwidth overload issue. You can check out hostican.com.

    1. aka_lol on October 8th, 2010 at 1:43 pm
  2. …and nice national geographic type desert picture :)

    2. aka_lol on October 8th, 2010 at 1:44 pm
  3. thanks aka :-)
    I only realised recently that my statcounter stats weren’t really an accurate representation for me – it doesn’t count the RSS feeds etc, so I didn’t have a clear idea of how much bandwidth I needed. Ah well – almost 3 years of hosting so far :-) expansion time!

    3. Chennette on October 8th, 2010 at 3:13 pm
  4. It’s amazing how sites grow and grow on people. Expand, expand 😉

    4. aka_lol on October 8th, 2010 at 3:39 pm

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