Where you come from

Thanks to sitemeter and technological wizardy which I don’t pretend to understand it’s possible to see where the last 100 visitors come from:

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16 Responses to Where you come from

  1. john mccombs says:

    My nephew David, recently visited New Zealand. In a travel book timeline I read about Elizabeth McCombs. This is not a real common name so I did a limited search.

  2. Elisabeth Hanscombe says:

    I’m from Australia, from Melbourne to be more exact. I began my New Zealand blog journey through a love of all things Janet frame. Then at a conference I met Martin Edmond. Through his blog I met Pauline of artandmylife and Helen through stripeysocksstudio.
    Six wonderful degrees of separation. Then Pauline introduces your blog’s record of the laundromat poem and I’m hooked

  3. Hello there!
    Greetings from the Quacklands [Auckland] I got here because i was trying at add lyrics to Ray Columbus “Shes A Mod” i didn’t find it … but i did find a fellow Kiwi who enjoys the same things i do. Well done on your site ~ crowbarred [ http://crowbarred.blogspot.com/2007/12/number-529-ray-columbus.html ]

  4. Joe Defries says:

    GR8 site – I enjoy your daily history info. FYI that September 9, 1945 is important for the ’1st Computer Bug’…
    Cheers!
    Joe Defries
    Canada, eh!
    the joe in joe-ks.com & suJoku.com

  5. Dave Wolland says:

    Hi Ele,
    I think I heard your very interesting comments on the National Prog. I live on the northern shores of the Kaipara Harbour, RNZ is a lifeline at times.
    I invite you to look at my blog site (that has a touch of green and red and blue) at http://davewolland.blogspot.com
    Cheers Dave

  6. I’m from Northcote, Melbourne.

  7. Chris McCarthny says:

    Love your Blog.
    I’m on Waiheke Island and heard you on Nat Rad.- Thanks for the tip re SOMETHING ELSE TO EAT

  8. homepaddock says:

    Thanks Chris.

  9. lidiako says:

    Polska, of course :)

  10. lidiako says:

    But I’ve been staying in the UK. Cheers !

  11. Halley says:

    Hello there!
    Greetings from the Quacklands [Auckland] I got here because i was trying at add lyrics to Ray Columbus “Shes A Mod” i didn’t find it … but i did find a fellow Kiwi who enjoys the same things i do. Well done on your site ~ crowbarred [ http://crowbarred.blogspot.com/2007/12/number-529-ray-columbus.html ]

    +1

  12. Alan and Anne says:

    Greetings from cold & wet England. In 2009/2010 we spent 8 months touring NZ in a car and tent and had the most wonderful unforgettable experiences in your stunningly beautiful country and made some incredible Kiwi friends.
    Trawling the web we stumbled on your very interesting and enjoyable website, and to our great surprise found a photo of my wife and I carrying the Suffragette banner at the Oamaru Heritage Parade. Brilliant!! We always regretted not having a decent photo of us in the Parade, and we now have a copy of one! Thanks so much – but – Is there any chance of us obtaining a higher resolution photo please??? – We were only passing through Oamaru two days before the Festival but were talked into staying on at the local campsite to help out the lovely lady owner of the Oamaru sweetie shop with suffragette banner production (very sneakily omitting to mention that we would be pressed to carry it in the parade!).
    What a great town, great people, and a really great festival. We shall return just as soon as funds allow.

  13. homepaddock says:

    I’m so pleased you enjoyed Oamaru and hope your funds allow you to return soon.
    If you give me a link to the post where you found the photo so I can see which one you mean I’ll try to find the original for you.

  14. Alan and Anne says:

    Thanks so much. The link is http://homepaddock.wordpress.com/tag/oamaru-victorian-heritage-celebrations/ with the by-line Another march for democracy (November 21, 2009).

  15. homepaddock says:

    Thanks – I’ll do my best to find the original and email it to you.

  16. Aileen Gaye PAVIOUR-SMITH McKay says:

    I am a cousin of Sir Graeme HARRISON, updating the tree of the great HARRISON family

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