Statistics never lie (well nearly never!)
The Capt Ahab Blogsite has become too sprawling and now even I cant find my posts any more! It was never supposed to be this way, but it seems to have grown like topsy.
My solution has to been to create pages with links to the initial posts on each subject, be they lost canals or trip reports stretching back over the years. These initial pages then carry links to subsequent posts (well, they will when I get round to setting them all up).
The end result is an easy to navigate structure which is flexible and simple to update.
So, having spent four hours tinkering with the blog, flicking from page to page, I noticed my UKWRS ranking clicking up and up. By the time I finished I referred back to the rankings and noted that I had bubbled up to No3 in the Blogsites - being above Heth for the very first (and probably last) time.
Granny Buttons and Epiphany are way out ahead so I'm happy to claim the bronze medal position, if only for a few hours (Sunday morning 11.30am)!
On a more serious note - I hope the links help you access all the material on the blog.
Andrew Denny's opinions and pictures
An everyday story of boating folk. Continuously cruising, we tell you how we `find it`. Canals and rivers, backwaters and tourist hotspots - anywhere we can get our 57 foot narrowboat!. Includes an index of our journeys by waterway
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A photographic record of nb Wand'ring Bark's travels and other watery themes which capture my imagination!
Heth tells it like it is in this amusing boaty blog
The ups and downs of constructing NB Siskin from scratch