It’s Way Back Wednesday, an opportunity to dig through the files and pull out an old blog post to shed some new light on it. For the last couple of months, I’ve been highlighting anchorages from our Destination Series, but I thought I’d do something a little different today. So, instead of one post that I picked, here are your top ten favourites (based on the number of hits) from 2016:
Coming in at number ten is Keeping Up Appearances, a recap of our month on the dock in Ocean Falls this past summer.
What a Drag | The Realities of Cruising, the first-hand account of Cambria dragging anchor at night came in at number nine.
At number eight, Dreams for Sale, the blog post that finally lets the cat out of the bag: We’re putting Cambria up for sale and hope to buy a narrowboat to cruise the canals of England, Scotland and Wales.
I is for Investing in the Future | Solar Panels, a blog post that was part of the A to Z Challenge, came in at number seven and discusses the benefits of a solar panel array on a boat.
The number six spot belongs to one from our Destination Series: Destination | Bute Inlet.
Why Sail to Southeast Alaska? Ten Reasons You Should Go is number five (the title speaks for itself).
Keeping to the same subject, number four is Sailing to Southeast Alaska | Ten Things to Know Before You Go.
Number three is a more recent post and, again, part of our Destination Series: TheBest of Desolation Sound (spoiler alert: there’s a lot to like).
Number two, once again, comes from our Destination Series and is one of British Columbia’s most popular spots: Destination | Princess Louisa Inlet.
And coming in at number one, my personal favourite and yours, A Walk on the WildSide | Downtown Ocean Falls, a pictorial walk through the popular ghost town.
Thanks to all of you who have read the blog over the last year and made this list possible. We really do appreciate you stopping by.