Sunday, January 10, 2010

What Could I do with two RV Blogs?

So... now I have Two "Blogs" on the site... though this one isn't fully functional... yet...

Hmmmm... this almost rises into the world of those freaky Masochist fellas... don't it? :-)

I didn't have enough to do... with one?... Now... What should I do with two? I swear, this writin' gig gets to be an addiction of sorts... at least maybe this can hopefully be of benefit to... somebody!

There's so many certain sure possibilities... Kind of like the rest of life... too many options for a pea brain to make a choice! :-)

So... some ideas I have are these;

Publish one with General RV Boondocking 'stuff'... kind of like I've been doin'...
Publish the other... as a 'RV Boondocking product and book review"?
... as a 'Cowboy RVer Philosophizin' Page?
... maybe I could twist it into some sort of a wierd things along the road blog?
... how about good Boondocking sites found along the way?

I'm open to suggestion...

I started setting this one up in response to the screwup in my 'comments' on the 'OLD' blog... but now... I think there's an opportunity here somewhere... so I'll just let it 'simmer' for a while... I'm sure some sort of Inspiration will come to me...

Just hopin' it don't hurt too much when it hits... -)

If you've got a suggestion... or just a comment... the 'comments' on THIS blog... are supposed to work! :-)

Till I get things smoothed out...

Take Good Care
Brian


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, by tilting my head at the right angle, I was able to get my two-speeds to focus in the right place and find the Comment stuff. Hooray! NICE job on the flooring! As I'd noted before, I'd looked at it but wasn't any too sure that it would actually stay stuck down in moving rig / temp extremes from winter storage to summer usage. I'm likin' what I'm seein'! Thanks! Steven fm Monument

Anonymous said...

Hey Brian,
My friend, no matter where you go, I will follow so I can read your posts. I check with you every morning to see what new has befallen you. Little down this morning, as my daughter, Candi and her intended (wedding in April) got his orders. They will be moving to Seattle, Washington. Now son, that is a damn long way from Louisiana. She is my only child, and what about possible grandchildren????? I just HATE flying!!!!!!! Guess we are gonna have to dust off that old hitch, hook em up and head for the hills. Only good thing is maybe one day we may actually meet with you and Heidi. Know anything about Washington???? Have a great one. Oh, I love the flooring, if it starts shifting on you, glue the sucker down with that funky yellow stuff.

campmacon said...

Brian, this is Sharlotte, and I guess I am signing in as anonymous because I can't figure out the profile doohickey. Great news on the house. Will keep all fingers, eyes, and toes crossed for you and Heidi. Here you are with an EMPTY 5er and you get a contract on the house. If luck falls like it has been, the sale will go through and they want to occupy the place in 3 days. LOL Have faith in you that you will manage whatever comes your and Heidi's way. Keep me in your thoughts as I try to deal with my daughter moving over 2500 miles away. Hey could sign in if i knew what a URL is. Hahahahaha

Brian said...

Sharlotte... you can just put your name there... and leave the URL (Your website address if you've got one) blank ... that should be optional... :-) and Thanks...

... it was a conscious thought in the back of my head as I was rippin' up the old carpet that; "This is likely to kick Murphy's law into play!" :-) whatever! I'll get 'er done... one dang way or 'tother! :-)

Sharlotte said...

Thanks for the advice. Gonna try it now.

Sam said...

You could use this blog to talk about, feature, and possibly sell your unique leather workin' creations. You could also include your wifes beading as well. You could set up your "store front" on www.etsy.com and link it to this blog. The blog page would be where you talk about your hobbies and what inspires you to make your creations. Just a thought....

Brian Gore said...

Sam...

Great Minds think alike! :-) a bunch of what you said is rattlin' 'round my head...

We already use an etsy shop for her store... and I'm sortin' out how to put our co-op efforts we're workin' on... on the market...

Actually... I'm thinkin' of building a separate leather site to showcase our Journals/Scrapbooks... but... using an etsy shop just like you suggested...

The Next year is gonna be busy... and FINE! :-)

drifter said...

Good post.