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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Queueing Up

Well now, that was quite an effort for the past couple months. The specifics are immaterial, though I may dig into them a bit more completely on my Cyclofiend Ramblings blog. Suffice to say that we've reached the last control in a long ride, and I've sat and rested a bit. It will take a while before I've worked the kinks out, but I'm easing into a pretty significant backlog of images and submissions to the Galleries.

There are a number of projects on the site which have lain quite dormant over the last year or so, and I've leafed through notes and scribbles, emails and messages which relate to tweaks and revisions. 

Before I delve into all of that, I just wanted to thank those of you who took the time to email or ask if things were going OK.  Thank you too for the donations and support of the site while there was little visible activity. 

I'll roll out a little easy this week, try to set a reasonable pace, and see where it leads me.  Thanks for reading!

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