Do you want to know more about why I switched to S scale back in 2011, why I picked the CNR Simcoe Subdivision to Port Rowan as my subject for an Achievable Layout, why I like to blog, or something else?
Now’s your chance, and you don’t even have to leave your chair.
To find out how, follow this link to my new blog.
I’ve been having a lot of technical issues lately with my blogs. The biggest offender is my most popular one – Port Rowan in 1:64, on which I have written extensively (perhaps, too extensively) about my model railway.
The short answer is, I’m trying something new and that involves a new blog called “The Model Railway Show”. You can find it by following this link…
http://themodelrailway.show (Yep: that’s correct)
If you like what you see, you’ll find several options for subscribing. Also, feel free to share the URL with others: The more the merrier!
If the new site works and the old site continues to cause me grief, I’ll retire the old site. I hope I’ll see you down the line.
If you’re technical and curious, here’s the deal…
Since I started blogging back in 2011, I have used a WordPress blog engine that resides on the server space I lease from my ISP. My ISP is great, but they’re not blog experts. And various technical issues have knocked one or more of my blogs offline or otherwise messed up my blogging life several times so far this year.
The latest issue is, I can’t get get into my Port Rowan in 1:64 blog to do anything administrative. I can’t make new posts, I can’t sign into the admin page, etc. Nothing.
Since this has been repeating issue, I decided I would try building a WordPress blog on the WordPress servers themselves. So far, so good. I’m busy importing and updating select posts from the old Port Rowan in 1:64 blog onto the new site, but also adding new content. I will not be adding any new content to the old site – obviously, since I can’t get into it.