Links I’ve Neglected Too Long…

A while back I got hit with a particularly nasty virus and had to take my computer back to its original state. That is so that it was back to the way it was the day I bought it. Fortunately I regularly back up projects I’m working on and such things as my photos, etc., so I didn’t lose any of the really important stuff. However, I did lose all my bookmarked links. That had the small blessing of eliminating literally hundreds of links I rarely visited. But today I decided to check out some of the links I have here over on the right-hand side of the page to see what they’ve been up to…started with:

http://70point8percent.blogspot.com/

If you love all kinds of boats and the sea you really need to bookmark this blog! It also led me to this site that you absolutely have to visit.

http://1001boats.blogspot.com/

The name of the blog says it all.

http://www.oldsaltblog.com/

There’s a bunch of us “old salts” hanging around out in cyber space.

http://dory-man.blogspot.com/

More posts about small boats.

http://boatbits.blogspot.com/

Lots of maintenance tips and tool links.

http://tugster.wordpress.com/

If you’ve been out of sight of land a little too long you’ll love the photos from the Mermaid Parade.

http://indigenousboats.blogspot.com/

Learn about small craft outside the western tradition.

But there are others I check out all the time like:

http://shoreacres.wordpress.com/

Linda’s very literary blog.

http://epiac1216.wordpress.com/

My friend Omar in Panama City. If I spend the rest of my life working to learn Spanish I’ll never get as good as he does with the English language.

http://www.chiriquichatter.net/blog/

Don Ray keeps me up to date on what’s happening in the area where I live.

There, now you can fritter away the rest of your day like I did.


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2 responses to “Links I’ve Neglected Too Long…

  1. Hi Richard:

    Thanks a bunch for your nice comments.

    Muchas Gracias,

    Omar.-

    You’re a daily read, amigo. De nada.

  2. Max

    Thanks for your comment re 1001 Boats, do drop by my other blog http://bursledonblog.blogspot.com/

    – we even occasionally feature shanty boats from time to time – like http://bursledonblog.blogspot.com/2009/11/houseboats.html
    or

    http://bursledonblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/more-houseboats.html

    I’m an avid reader of both your blogs

    regards

    Max

    Max, your bursledonblog is one of the links on the right side of the page. Gotcha covered all around.