I have lost count of how many attempts I have made at maintaining a blog for my site. On the one hand, I’m not even sure blog is necessary. On the other hand, there should be a place for smaller bits of content, pictures and travel journal entries. I have tried other hosting platforms, and I have found them lacking in one form or another. Nevertheless, I’ve decided to try a new host. Please comment, like, and share.


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  1. There was a time that, when if you Googled – John Keegan – you only found one. He was the British Historian and Author. He died in 2012 but I still have his book “The First World War” on our coffee table. I have been known to claim authorship, but only in the presence of people who watch TV and don’t read.
    I Googled “us” again and came across your goodself. I author a blog for our Village (I’m 77 with loads of time on my hands) and have authored our Village Website since 2004.
    I can’t tell from your Blog, where you are but suspect from the reference to boardwalk that in may be the US. I spent a lot of time there and nearly bought a house in Kansas City (not the teetotal part).
    Anyway. When you have some time on your hands check out our Village Blog at: http://www.whittingtonvillage.org.uk/blog/
    On our Website at: http://www.whittingtonvillage.org.uk/blog/ you will also find photo’s taken by our Rector and the beginning of the 20th Century (he was a motorbike and photography nutcase).
    I know this is all irrelevant but I just thought I would touch base.


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