I stole these photos from Rick Adamire's Facebook post. Beth Davis commented that Bill's rain gauge said the lake got 5.1 inches. It's really going over the spillway and look and see how high it is at the beach!
I've been asked how many people come to the website, what's the most popular area of it, etc. Here's what I can see as far as statistics. These are Month to Date numbers for August so far. You can see what pages people click on the most and how many times. Search terms tell you what people are entering in their search browser that results in this site coming up for them. Then it tells you what search site or referring site is sending people to this site. The graph shows the daily number of people that are hitting the site. For example, the dot at the far left tells me that in the last full day (yesterday) about 200 people visited the site. You can click on the graphic for a larger view. Thought you'd be interested.
New brother-in-law had to hold the fish for my new niece. She caught the catfish off the dock and I have NEVER seen anyone catch a catfish from there. New relatives had a good week at the cabin. Old sister had a good time as well. They've all enjoyed the lake before and this past week was no exception. The weather has been great this summer with maybe a little rain now and then.
Years ago when I was looking for a lake front cabin I stumbled across a realtor ad for Lake of the Oaks. There was nothing on the web about our lake.
Everything had to be learned by chasing people down and making phone calls. I couldn't believe that in the age of the Internet, information about the lake was left in the Stone Age. I decided to do something about that when I became an owner.
Always interested in technology, I enjoy providing information and updates to fellow owners and prospects. Please let me know if its working.