Service Interruption

Mar
19


Starting this evening, Chickens in the Road will be moving to a new and more powerful dedicated server. The site will be down for anywhere from two to six hours during the process. Since moving to the current server, the traffic here has increased, and Farm Bell Recipes was added and has grown along with growth on the CITR forum. Things have really slowed down here recently, thus the upgrade to a new server. The process should be completed sometime early Sunday morning and Chickens in the Road will be right here where you expect to find it–hopefully offering you a faster and less frustrating experience while on the site.


See you on the flip side!

P.S. Have I mentioned yet that on spring break we’re GOING TO SOUTH CAROLINA TO SEE ROSS?! I know, totally unrelated. But it’s about a month away, so I’m starting to get excited.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 19, 2011  

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  1. 3-19
    1:41
    am

    I don’t know how you manage to keep up with the kids, the farm, all the critters, cooking, writing, and now increasing your blog power! Wow – wish you could bottle some of that energy!!! I love CITR!!!

  2. 3-19
    1:42
    am

    Au revoir. I’ll miss you. Hurry back.

  3. 3-19
    2:51
    am

    Because I won’t remember in a month…. Have a SAFE & FUN trip!

    Also, thanks for making CITR even better with the upgrade :)

  4. 3-19
    3:37
    am

    Have a great time in Charleston with your family! As you know, it is a beautiful place to visit and have fun.

  5. 3-19
    6:46
    am

    ty for everything you do at citr. It is my favorite online place to be!

  6. 3-19
    6:53
    am

    Hope everything goes smoothly with the change.

    And – part of the fun of a trip is the anticipation!

  7. 3-19
    8:08
    am

    I adore the Charleston area, you must visit the city. If possible, tour Fort Sumter and the USS Yorktown. Go over the bridge into Mt. Pleasant to shop. I stayed at the La Quinta, good rates and clean rooms, nothing fancy.

  8. 3-19
    8:31
    am

    Lyz, its always nice to have an experience voice to guide newbys.

    Nice move for all of us, thank you. Good job
    Have a wonderful time with Ross, and your other children.

  9. 3-19
    9:08
    am

    Wave hello to me as you drive by. I’m in SC, just across the NC/SC state line.

  10. 3-19
    9:09
    am

    Oh…and have a safe trip!!!

  11. 3-19
    9:10
    am

    Hi Suzanne, Have fun with Ross!!! Anyhoo, this is what you get for having such a great blog.
    Mary

  12. 3-19
    10:20
    am

    Golly, Suzanne, I thought it was my computer or, you know, me and my computer battles. Well, it still might be. Glad to hear that your blog is such a success.

    Also glad to here about the upcoming trip. Have a safe and happy one. Give our love to Ross. (Like he’ll know what you’re talking about, or care. :lol:

  13. 3-19
    10:33
    am

    And I’m wearing my Hilton Head Island t-shirt today. I must have sensed you were going to South Carolina.

    Wow, your spring break is late. Spring break here was this week. It’s not even spring yet! Silly Texans. Of course, it is supposed to be 82 degrees today…

  14. 3-19
    11:12
    am

    I love having something fun to look forward to. Wish we could all go with you. Great good news about the upgrade: congratulations for even needing it. This place just grows and grows.

  15. 3-19
    11:47
    am

    Good Luck! I just moved my website this very morning. Whew! It’s such a relief when it’s done and it works.

  16. 3-19
    12:09
    pm

    :woof:
    Good for you Suaznne–have a great time.

  17. 3-19
    2:10
    pm

    Well good luck on the move! We’ll be right here waiting for your return. Maybe when you come back you can teach me how to actually cook one of your recipes without making it looks suspiciously like burned pea soup!
    :)

  18. 3-19
    3:17
    pm

    Good for you, Suzanne! We’re in Charleston this weekend and it is gorgeous!!! Looking forward to a some wonderful seafood for dinner tonight!

  19. 3-19
    3:42
    pm

    Good luck with the server move, and congratulations on the Charleston trip. I live in the the Charleston area, and I concur, it’s gorgeous down here right now!

  20. 3-19
    5:18
    pm

    Good luck shifting over your server….see you on Sunday! Oh yeah – excited for you and the trip next month too!

  21. 3-19
    8:16
    pm

    Have fun with Ross.

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