Please do not drop the
web pages, that is how I found the site and I do believe they are useful and
interesting. Maybe additional links
or changes at times would be of interest.
I know, all would understand if it is too much work but don’t
believe that there is a lack of interest.
This past 6-8 months there has just been a general slow down on traffic
on all the sites that I visit. I
think it may be a sign of the times or just do to the size of the net now but
whatever the reason please don’t be discouraged and keep up the good
work. Thanks from all of us.
George and Jacki Farland
Sugar Land, TX.
On Behalf Of Chuck Vande Wetering
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004
Subject: Roll Call
I am always around except at holidays and an
occasional vacation. Reading the responses to this roll call I have wondered
how many skippers still find the San Juan 23 Internet Fleet webpages
relevant. I know Bob Schimmel's Techtips are used, and of course this
majordomo e-mail list. But does anyone use anything on the SJ webpages? And
if not, is there any suggestion as to anything that would make them more
relevant? If not, I should probably turn over the page to Bob Schimmel to be
used for his techtips. I used to post all the e-mail exchanges thre hard way
until this majordomo e-mail exchange was created by Hal Mueller and
relieved me of a great deal of manual work. And I also used to keep a tech
page to post e-mails on technical stuff until Bob offered to help. And what a
help his pages became to us all. If there is some better use the SJ 23
Internet Fleet pages could be put to, my feelings would not be hurt in the
least. Of course they are always available to the new surfer and that may
justify their existence, but I still would prefer to make them a service to
San Juan 23 skippers.
Happy holidays to all of you in the event we don't chat.
Chuck and Barbara Vande Wetering
"We can't control the wind, but we can adjust