Monday, June 4, 2012

Big changes for CHBlog!

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Blog changes
Because I've been increasingly unhappy with my former blog at, CHBlog has been moved to a new location, permanently.

The same web the same, however.

Bear with me. There may be some links that fail to work from time to time.

I am attempting to fix this problem. Most of what has been written is available on my home computer, so if there is a story you want to see that does not show up here, please let me know via email. I can generally find old posts on my home computer.

I have been busy transferring files, one at a time, from the former blog, which no longer exists. All of the posts prior to two years ago are GONE! Except for a very few that I was able to copy, all of the wonderful comments provided by so many people are now GONE. I had hoped to have access to them for a short time, so that I might copy them, but due to incorrect assistance and poor instructions of some GoDaddy tech personnel, that didn't happen.

In essence, CHBlog is starting from scratch. Most of the information contained in these pages regarding the third airport will be added so as to provide a comprehensive history of the Peotone Airport project. CHBlog began in 2005.

Thanks for all the support CHBlog has received in the past and I hope into the future because a blog is only as good as its readers.


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  2. seems to get a good ammount of visitors. How do you get traffic to it? It offers a nice unique spin on things. I guess having something real or substantial to talk about is the most important thing.

    1. I have maintained CHBlog since 2005. Traffic comes to those who wait. Real or substantial content is always important. Thanks for the visit.

  3. You have provided us with a lot. Surely we will bear this little for you. :)


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