When I started, I had hoped to put up one posting a week. Ha! I got to writing, and pretty soon my backlog was bigger than the blog, so I upped the frequency to 3 a week. And I pretty much kept that pace thru the year.
(Parenthetical observation: By now you may have noticed that I refuse to use the baroque spellings of two common words: night and through. Instead, I use my modernized versions: nite and thru. Yes, I am a rebel - in small things anyway.)So, here at the end of the year and the start of another, I have 27 drafts or ideas stashed away. Thru last year, my drafts folder kept a total between 25 and 30, so things are about normal in at least that respect.
So, looking ahead, for the coming year, you can expect at least these:
- Parts II and III on crabs
- The Haulout
- A host of destinations in the South Sound
- More San Juan Island destinations (no, I'm not thru with the San Juans yet)
- At least 3 more "I learned about sailing from that" posts
- More book reports
- Sailing - How I got interested, and the early years
- Whatever new projects Eolian throws at us. I must confess that the backlog of older major projects is nearly exhausted (some of you are going, "Yea!")