posted Saturday, March 14, 2009 at 12:01 am
Trailspace turns 8 years old today. Happy Birthday!
If we were celebrating a traditional anniversary, the eighth would call for a gift of bronze. That could mean backpacking boots with bronze loops (ala the Merrell Phaser Peak Waterproof) or some climbing hardware, like the Metolius Astro Nuts or a Black Diamond Pulley. A commerative bronze summit marker of a favorite peak would make a nice gift for your outdoor sweetie too.
Congratulations on a successful 8 years! I'm proud to be part of it.
Woo Hoo! Good for you, Dave and Alicia.
Happy 8th Birthday Trailspace.
And congratulations Dave and Alicia for a job well done.
I hope to see many, many, more birthdays for Trailspace.
Yes, job well done! I like Trailspace a lot.
I have been to many outdoor sites, Trailspace is one of the best IMO.
Wow, 8 years old, thats 56 in dog years. Thats something and I did not hear about you till last fall. Happy Birthday....
Happy birthday indeed. I'm surprised I've posted here as long as I have. Another sign that time keeps slipping by which is yet another reminder to get out more. Thanks for the website.
Happy Birthday Trailspace! Keep up the great work!!!
Belated Happy Birthday Trailspace! Glad I stumbled on this website very informative. All that work on this site should give yourselves a pat on the back, keep it up.
Happy Birthday. You created a site with a lot of different types of hikers from many different places.
p.s. how about a history of the development of this site.
Interesting idea, sabino. You're right that it might be a nice thing to have, or at least a timeline to show how things have progressed at Trailspace.
For example, I just learned that we now have more than 16,000 user gear reviews.
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