Previous Port Calls

After the Zero to Hero Challenge challenged me, I got back on this project and finally managed to make it work. I ran out of time again so had to stop posting places I’ve been. I left off most of the places I’ve been to in North America, all of Europe and the Middle East. I’ll get back to it later.

I previewed this page and so far, I have been able to manipulate the map. I can move it around and I can zoom in and out.

I have a long list of places I haven’t been yet and would like to visit one day. If anyone has any suggestions for interesting places to go, things to do, etc, please let me know in a comment! I hope to do a lot more traveling before I’m done. 🙂

5 thoughts on “Previous Port Calls

    • Hi, sorry I totally missed your comment! Nope, haven’t seen either of those places in Ireland. Closest I’ve been was around the Dingle Peninsula, it was fantastic, we rode bicycles around from Dingle.
      Glad you like the map. I haven’t been keeping up with it lately. Too busy to spend much time online and blog is losing out because of it.

  1. I knew your father BillI knew your father do in Madeira Beach helped on the island girls sailed up and down the coast with him just had a great time back in the seventy’s I have got to be pretty good friends with him lived in one of his cabins there on Madeira. My name is Mark Jackson I remember you and your brother just thought I’d search for pictures of Island Girl to show my family and friends.

    • Hi Mark,
      Nice to hear from you. Wow, that brings up memories. I wish I could picture you, I’m sure I must have at least seen you around.
      I thought it was really sad how the city hounded my dad for so many years about his boat and his property there. It used to be such a nice place when I was growing up there. A real community. I think they totally ruined the place when thy built the new bridge and started with all those condos.
      Funny, I just talked to Tod last night. He left me a message while I was at work and we finally got connected. He’s still living on the beach. Do you still live around there?
      If you didn’t find any good pictures of the Island Giril, let me know and I’ll do another post (with pictures). I’m SO sad she sunk. The guys who bought her from me moved her to the local lake (Mammoth Lake) where the SCUBA divers can play around with the boat (and lots of other cool stuff).

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