I've just been looking at the google analytics for this site and not surprisingly unique visitor numbers have dropped away over Christmas - down to 2,500 from 3,000 - however what was interesting was to see what people were interested in when they visited...below is a top 15 of items looked at over the last week - not scientifically put together in any order.
I am intrigued by some of the older posts chosen which seem slightly random? Maybe they have recently been linked from somewhere else? Anyhow Happy New Year! My flu is getting better - the pics are from a very short walk I managed yesterday...
Carnival of Green - a round up of last week's green blogosphere.
Humphrey's End Orchard apple juicing - report and video of day with link to plans for a local community orchard.
Call to end piped music - letter to local press.
The top 20 Philip Booth's googled.
The extraordinary artist Monom Wu Keng-Yen in Gloucester.
Direct action to improve Ruscombe brook at Acres Place.
Vitamin Intensive hedgerow jam recipe.
Bread Street street party summer 2008 - a great day.
Report on the Open Homes event where over 750 people visited homes with renewable energy and 400 joined the opening of Randwick Village Hall in September 2008.
Portbury Yew - an amazing tree!
Iranian artist carving feet by river in Stroud and making fish out of berries - loved this!
Blood Diamond, blood coltan and blood gold - just saw the Blood Diamond film again and it really brings the horror home - there is a good documentary with the video that is well worth a look as it shows smuggling is still big business despite the Kimberley Process.
Ragged Hedge Fair 2007 - a great event.
Self-Management courses for people with chronic illness - they are still running locally but now coordinated by the health service.