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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Top Commenters for October

Here is some beautiful tamarack or larch in the fall. It's the northern conifer that loses its needles each year. They turn bright gold before they come down.

tamarack

Here are the top commenters for September. You are so faithful!

There were 44 different people who left messages in August, and a total of 217 separate comments (not counting my own responses to them).

The top 10 commenters for September are:

Ann's Snap & Edit (Ann- 31 comments)- Ann plays with photos and paper strips (quilling)
Secondary Roads (Chuck- 30 comments)- Chuck blogs from a country home
Carmen's Chronicles (Carmen- 23 comments)- Carmen is still getting ready for a trip to India.
The Joys of Simple Life (Betchai- 16 comments) great hikes in the US west.
Duck & Wheel with String (Lin- 14 comments)- Lin is putting the pond to sleep for winter, tied with
Don't Unplug Your Hub (John- 14 comments)- who can make you laugh or cry
My Journey (rainfield61- 12 comments)- ladybugs and spiders and more
String Too Short to Tie (David (vanilla)- 10 comments)- a retired Hoosier with opinions.
My SIL Loretta came in next with 8 comments, but she doesn't have a blog.
The Joy of Bird Watching and Living a Simple Life (Jean- 8 comments)- many feathered visitors in her yard.

The small banner in the sidebar for a month is just a tiny way to say thanks for sharing your thoughts. Anyone who comments here is in the running!

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9 comments:

sir rob said...

I am just like the tree, I was active here but lately I was so occupied in getting my father-in-law then so many requirements to do for license renewal and work. So I fell out from the sidebar. lol

BTW, you may want to check out my new travel photolog.

Jean said...

A pretty Fall shot!
Thanks for the mention. Wishing you a great day and week.

Secondary Roads said...

Thanks for the shout out and the link. This daily stop is good for my soul. Love the photos and particularly your stories and tree-identification lessons.

Ann said...

Thanks for the banner, much appreciated.
Love all that golden color.

Don't unplug your hub said...

Our native Larch is I think the only conifer that retains it's needles year round. Although I could be talking nonsense, not being a tree expert.
Thanks for the mention. Hmm, think I might go for top billing next month. Could be a bit of a competition starting.

Lin said...

Dang, I can't catch up to Ann or Chuck. Ugh!

Do I get a handicap for it being Marching Season?? It's tough to blog AND go to all those contests. Sigh.

Ratty said...

I'm a fan of those trees as well as the bloggers in your commenters list.

Sharkbytes said...

borris- what is the URL of your travel blog?

Jean- thank YOU for the link on the photo blog

Chuck- I've been short on stories lately... maybe soon

Ann- no problem... you are most faithful

John- yeah, you are talking nonsense- it's the other way around. Anyway... go for it, nobody has beat Ann for months!

Lin- I just need to find some frog pix to get you over here more

Ratty- yes, there are a group of us that seem to gravitate to each other!

RNSANE said...

It mayy take me awhile but I do try to catch up on all your posts. I hate to miss a one. I'm afraid I'll get behind when I am traveling and before I get an internet hookup in India but, even if I'm a month behind, I'll soon ber on board.

Those trees are so pretty with their yellow needles.

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