Easier on the eye, easier to read, easier to get round the site in the few seconds you have to spare.
Enjoy the images – the feature image at the top of each Page is particularly effective.
Clicking on an image will enlarge it.
The Pages from the menu beneath the feature image illustrate what this blog is trying to achieve.
They are written for everyone – the maritime historian and the Folksong owner in particular . . .
And those with a desire to Wander!
The sidebar still carries a long list of books – books are vital (hardback, soft cover, Kindle) – read them, appreciate them.
(I am currently building a small box unit to house the Ship’s Library – yes, really!).
Also in the sidebar, clicking on a tag in the Wandering Cloud will bring up the associated posts.
And the ‘boatblog threads’ links below the Wandering Cloud will bring up similar strings of early posts.
Thank you WordPress for developing new themes to allow me to do this. The theme I have used is “Hemingway Rewritten“.
I will continue to write about Blue Mistress, my Folksong, and maritime history and will open up more on the Wandering thread.
(Images 1,3 and 4 by Bill Whateley, image 2 by Frith, image 5 by unknown – possibly Petherick)