Monday, November 24, 2008

The Algonquin web

This must be the season for creating web sites. Well, it is that awkward in-between time in this part of the world when you can't paddle because the lakes are frozen, you can't ski or snowshoe because there is not enough snow, hiking or biking is awkward because there is some snow, so what's an outdoor person to do? For some, apparently, the answer is to stay inside and make web sites. Or blog.

Along the lines of Gord Bell's site, referenced in my last post, Bob McElroy has recently created The Algonquin Web, a compendium of Algonquin-related blog and news feeds. I am honoured that he elected to include this blog in his list. Thanks Bob!

In Bob's words:
The Algonquin Web comprises references to news stories, blog entries, and website updates related to canoe tripping and camping in Algonquin Park and surrounding territory (which includes, in practice, most of the adjacent Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Forest). It is compiled by melding selected rss feeds, augmented with the manual addition of items.

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