What Do You Want To See In Traveler?
Time for a new survey, folks, and this time I'm curious to learn about what you'd like to read about in Traveler.
Frankly, I've taken things pretty much for granted since I launched this blog back in August of '05 and just continued happily on my way. And, fortunately, visitation has continued to grow. If Feedburner and Sitemeter can be believed, more than 50,000 folks read these pages every month. That's a pretty good community, but I'd like to see if we can't grow it.
Now, I'm always going to focus pretty heavily on issues surrounding the national park system, as I believe it's vital to the future of the system to take a close look at how it's being managed. But I sense that not everyone out there is as interested in the nuts-and-bolts of running the park system and comes to the site seeking information on enjoying the parks.
So, here's your chance to provide some feedback. Do you want more portraits of individual parks? Want to know about good books related to the parks? Are you looking for insider tips on what to do in the parks and how to avoid crowds? Lodging recommendations? Do you want more commentary on park issues? Are you interested in interviews with decision-makers, whether they be park superintendents or Dirk and Mary?
You can either comment directly on this post, or slide over to the right-hand column and take my survey. Whichever route you prefer, please take a few minutes to help guide this blog.