I don't want to give false hope... but I've been trying to post more frequently, a few times a week is the goal. Life sure gets in the way
Have a look.
Thoroughly enjoyable. I have already used some of the information you have chosen to provide us with. Have bookmarked it and will read it every chance I get. Thanks.
Glad you are enjoying it Ramjet, I'm really trying to get some momentum. Lots to share I just have to do it
You and I share several of the same interestes---exploring, tires and fuel mileage. I would very much like to see you blog more regularly.
I've had enough...
Here you go Ryan
The leg between Escalante and Beaver, Utah, was predominately on rural highways with lower speed limits, and my trip meter indicated it was 116 miles between fill-ups. Driving mostly 55-63 MPH, usually using the cruise-control, and with an average speed of 45-MPH indicated on the trip computer, I was able to obtain...
Last edited by Redline; 01-24-2012 at 03:07 AM.
Not sure if everyone's RSS subscription still works, I recently changed the blog home page from Home, to RoadTraveler.net so that's what is displayed on open web tabs.
I'm still computer tech challenged, but I'm more interested in telling stories and producing content than the computer side of things. So just an FYI if you're interested and no longer getting the email alerts when I publish the site.
I did notice when I clicked the link on my favorites tab that the link didn't work. I had to find the roadtraveler site and relink it.....it's all good now. Keep rollin'! I dig the site....
Movin' right along.In search of good times and good news,
With good friends you can't lose, This could become a habit..
Opportunity knocks once, let's reach out and grab it.
Together we'll nab it. We'll hitch-hike, bus or yellow cab it!
CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on TnTTT
CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on ExPo
The 190,000 Mile Tundra
Yeah, sorry, I realized the issue after changing the name of the main blog page, but it wasn't a good enough reason to change it back. Not that I want to make it hard for people to find the site, but simply typing in www.roadtraveler.net in the address line will always get you there
Glad you like it, me too, but boy does it take some time...
Last edited by Redline; 07-19-2011 at 02:23 AM.