Monday, September 19, 2011

Three Years And 1,000 Posts

It's well into September and with it The Fiberglass Manifesto has stuck the three year mark and over one thousand published blog posts over that time period.

It hardly seems possible that another year as passed.  I've had a great time over the past twelve months putting content together daily and everything else that T.F.M. entails to keep it running moderately smooth. 

I sincerely appreciate the feedback that I receive through comments, emails, phone calls, and the interaction on the T.F.M. Facebook and Twitter pages as well.

Thank you for your readership and support.

Postscript...the apple pie is courtesy of Mrs. Manifesto who lovingly baked it in celebration of my birthday last week.  If you were was tasty.   


Peter Mulbjerg said...

And thank you for making all of this available to us Cameron :-) Always interesting, always something new and always a pleasure :-)

Mike Gillen said...

Thank you for all the hard work you do to make TFM the incredible site it is today. It has inspired many of us to take the next step in our fly fishing endeavors.

e.m.b. said...

Congrats on the three year anniversary -- I haven't been here for all, but have very much enjoyed the past *almost year of reading your blog. Thanks for all the work you put it!

crowldawg said...

Thank you. I hit the site everyday since I have found it months ago

Cameron Mortenson said...

Peter...thanks for the comment and readership. I appreciate it.

Mike...thanks and neat to be an inspiration.

e.m.b...I think we found each other at about the same time. I am very much a fan of your website and writing.

crowldawg...thanks for stopping by each day.

Cofisher said...

Geez, I missed the party. Happy Birthday TFM. I remember when you were born.

Peter said...

One thing I'm missing though is a review of the 8/9 wt Steffen Vlad build for you. Have you had a chance to fish it yet ?

Cameron Mortenson said... was a quiet affair.

Peter...I'm working on it. I need to get the grip sized down a bit. It's a little to big for my hand.