Chasing up an enquiry by Boss of Volunteers, Basil yesterday as to whether we might link the new website to that of the Sea Change Sailing Trust (http://www.seachangesailingtrust.org.uk/) who, under the Skippering of Richard Tichener and the First Mate duties of Hilary Halajko, frequently use Cambria, I went for a small explore of that site. I’ve been there before, of course but I have to say I was very impressed. It is a superb, informative website, easy to use and packed full of fresh recent stuff. It runs a regularly updated blog (which is half the story anyway; there’s nothing worse than a blog last updated 6 months ago!) which takes centre stage on the front page of the site and contains frequent links to albums of photographs and chunks of video of their exploits.
Most recently, for example, there is a clip of video in which Richard T talks about the Sail Training activities and the intended outcomes. This is on
Further down, there is a nice long clip of the barging fun itself accompanied by some excellent music, which I wish I knew the precedence of (tempted to try to get hold of it). That is on
If you are doing nothing for the next few minutes, go take a look. Excellent!
In more general terms, if any reader thinks we should be linking to any other sites please let us know. We are happy to consider anything and that is, after all, how the internet is meant to work, after all; as a network of interconnected sites allowing you to browse sideways as well as in and out so that you can ping about for ages, never having to go back to your first Google (or whatever) screen.