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Just wanted to pass along my kudos regarding the ACC’s NewsNet. I’m really appreciative of the updates and am finding the content – particularly the Canadian content – useful, entertaining and sometimes straight out inspiring. So thanks to all of you who are working to put this together. Yup, I realize I’ve already thanked you, but wanted to do so again.
In a recent newsletter, you linked to an article about backcountry experiences with kids that mentioned the Hostelling International wilderness hostels. As a result of reading this, my husband, eight-year-old daughter and I booked ourselves in to the HI Mosquito Creek hostel for the July long weekend, and really had a wonderful time. We did a couple of long (well, long by eight-year-old standards) hikes that went surprisingly well, and my daughter announced that she wants to be a mountain climber when she grows up! Thanks for the tip!
I LOVE the ACC NewsNet!! Love love love it. You guys are doing a great job with it. I get news here that I can’t get anywhere else. Keep on keeping on…
I can tell you that it definitely gets read. I’ve already gotten a couple of hundred more visits this afternoon than I usually do. Cheers!
-Dougald (whose website was featured in a NewsNet)
I don’t have a story, rather I would like to pay a compliment to the person(s) producing the NewsNet – you’re doing a very good job! I have followed up and used many of the website references. They are interesting, relevant and useful. Kudos to you.