Good morning friends. I recently took on an editor position with an internet radio station and will be administering their various columns on their social media sites and their online magazine. We have an opportunity available for people to contribute columns and posts to these sites, which includes the online magazine. This would be on a volunteer basis, fully attributed and linked to your site. This should increase your readership and assist you if you have monetized your site.
We are looking at a true online magazine which will be separate from the station, Kat Country Radio, and has complete freedom to post about any topic that meets our editorial standards. Travel, short stories, poetry, humor, current events, you name it, we’ll look at it.
Today we hiked Eager Hill, just outside of Cranbrook, BC in Canada. We’ve been looking at this for over a year now and no one seemed to know where it was. After several attempts we decided to try this place on the highway that everyone goes to, and, sure enough, this was it. It is not called Eager Hill, and I don’t even know what it is called, but it’s the place.
The hike itself was gentle, around 5 miles or 8.5 km. Gentle uphill in most places and well worn. The app I use says an elevation gain of 239 feet to a maximum height of 3215 feet. Took us approximately 2 hours with several pauses for pictures.
My friends on an accidental adventure. Great blog, very entertaining.
My first post from over here, Reporting from Portugal, featured all the photos, travel stories and assorted idiocy you’ve come to expect from this blog. Now, however, it’s time to talk viruses, wouldn’t you say? 20 more words
A nice shot of our yard at our hopeful retirement spot in beautiful British Columbia. Taken by our neighbour and shows their back yard and deck and our out buildings and part of our park model. Very nice shot.
Nice tune in the mailbag recently by Swedish Alt band Everywhere and their newly released song “Shades at Night”. A catchy pop tune with some 1980’s legs. I can see it showing up on your local Alt station at some point in the future. Enjoy.