I’ve put a lot of time into Bigfootmountainguides.com. Over the past five years I’ve published a number of pages and nearly 200 posts about things related to climbing. In the fall I also began blogging at valleyvertical.com, my guide service website.
For a while I wanted to keep both sites running. I’ve decided it’s time to focus on just one site. As much as I’d like to keep both operational, it’s costly from a time and money perspective. Additionally, I should be directing all of my web traffic toward a site that will help me make a living. Blogging is fun, it’s useful for others, and I suppose it helps me indirectly, but very little of my work seems to come from bigfootmountainguides directly. Driving web traffic towards my business will help keep people there.
So, from now on I’ll be blogging exclusively at Valley Vertical Adventures blog site. You can subscribe to posts there, so they show up in your feed. Come July this site will no longer exist – it will redirect to Valley Vertical Adventures’ Blog.
Expect the same content there. All of my old posts have been imported, many are published and the rest will follow. Thank you to so many of you who’ve contributed and remain loyal readers. The comments, on the site and in person at the crag, have enriched my life. It’s amazing to think there are 100-200 climbers from the northeast and beyond that visit the site every day.