Post by Greg Stamper on Jul 9, 2013 6:06:53 GMT -5
RRS Website in Complete Collapse - - - - What was once a highly regarded organization in the Webworld, ServerPro located in California, has now been reduced to a Ghost Town. Neither our website nor domain name server can be contacted. All access to our files has been cut off; in addition, the fate of our domain name remains the oddest.
Due to legal issues it is possible that the RRS Website could remain offline for up to one year. Without contact and cooperation from anyone on the ServerPro Staff we are essentially 'marooned' in the vast World Wide Web.
This hurts us more than just displaying our photos, our research work which is displayed on such sites as Wikipedia and Google Search (still the world's #1 Search Engine) is no longer available. It is through these resources that our recent interviews with Newspapers, Magazines and even an executive producer from The Discovery Channel came about.
I would like to say this is a temporary problem but I can't. There is indication that other clients within this service are sharing our same dilemma. Add the logistics of moving to another Host plus the legalities of our domain name .... the RRS Website could very well be down for up to one year.
Post by Greg Stamper on Aug 12, 2013 5:55:27 GMT -5
It is certainly sad news I bring on the dawn of our 37th Annual Venture into Red River Gorge, Kentucky next month. I am asking everyone associated with our organization to stop using the web address www.red river saga.com remove the address from your PC Browsers and all mobile devices. Our satellite sites (Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia links, YouTube videos) and our sister news site www.rrgtoday.com will soon be expunged of all related links. Please do not pass around any of the many printed business cards made available. Help spread the word to all interested parties you may speak with. The domain name is now owned by a man in the state of Massachusetts. Our Web Hosting Services failed to renew our domain name properly due to themselves being hacked by outside forces based in China. Both ServerPro.com located in Los Angeles, CA and Topcities.com should be avoided at all costs for your own browsing safety and/or business interests. Though we remain present through the satellite sources mentioned above, our main site is no more. In the over 15 years of effort and service, the thousands, upon thousands of cumulative hours of work put in, our day is now done. It has been a good run and we wish to thank the many vast contributions made by all those who have trusted us along the way.
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Nov 5, 2013 8:40:21 GMT -5
jameskay: im new to this ...I love the gorge ... I have heard of a place called leukeegee (spelling maybe wrong )has anyone heard of it and if so how to get to it ...
Mar 9, 2016 9:50:56 GMT -5
Garmin mapping GPS map of RRG: The link on the Home Page to the Garmin GPS map file is broken. Does anyone have this file? Please contact Rich at RRRRLEWIS@GMAIL.COM Many thanks!
Mar 17, 2016 15:54:29 GMT -5
Curious: How do I pay a parking ticket gotten at Red River Gorge
Apr 9, 2017 21:52:33 GMT -5
Red River Darth: Anyone know how to get to Sky View Arch? seems to have little to no info
Aug 18, 2017 8:43:45 GMT -5
stixman: I was sure where to post this request, but would it be possible to add a link to my website hhttps://www.kentuckywalkingstick.com on your link page? I am from eastern Kentucky and have been making walking sticks and canes for many years..
Apr 16, 2018 0:00:43 GMT -5
jamiekaj: I'm new to climbing (been in the gym for about a month now) and am looking for partners to get me to the gorge and back (from Lexington) / teach me a few things. I have gear (minus a rope) and could provide pizza, gas, and beer.
Jul 25, 2019 15:20:13 GMT -5