Welcome to the 107th Carnival of Genealogy! The intriguing topic for this edition from Jasia is:
"the seasons of genealogy. Do you spend more time on genealogy research in the summer or in the winter, or maybe spring or fall? How does the amount of time you put into research and blogging differ from season to season? Or perhaps you'd like to think of things metaphorically... which season is your genealogy research in?"
And as usual, there are some great responses. Let's get to them, shall we?
Julie Goucher, in her Carnival Of Genealogy 107 - The Seasons of My Genealogy Research posted at Anglers Rest, shares, "Reflections of my seasons of genealogy"
and shows the parallel with her genealogy seasons.
that her time devoted to research is influenced by two very important
factors. She beautifully illustrates her point at Carnival of Genealogy: The Seasons of Genealogy
these days. Genealogy is fun for me, and I'm doing what I want to do
in this stage of my life." Learn how he goes about it in his post
The Seasons of my Genealogy Research over at his Genea-Musings blog!
And finally Bill West(aka me) talks about The Endless Summer of the Genealogical Mind.
And that concludes the 107 edition of the Carnival of Genealogy. My thanks to
all the contributors and to the inimitable footnote Maven for the great graphic.
Jasia will return to host the next Carnival and here's the call for submissions: