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Old 04-20-2016, 06:24 PM   #1
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If all goes well, I will be at the rigs chunking for YFT this next week. That got me thinking about chunking as a blog topic so I put that up as my latest topic. Now those ho do better at it than me can give me their hot tips on how to make it work even better. http://www.bluewaterhowto.com/
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Old 04-20-2016, 09:40 PM   #2
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Good read. Thanks for taking the time to write these up!
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Thanks. It's fun. Hope people enjoy.
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Appreciate your time, only thing I could add is soy and wasabi
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One of the readers asked me to change up color scheme as they were having trouble reading. Let me know if how I adjusted is better or not.
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That was very interesting I actually learned something PLEASE keep it up
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Will do. Have had lots of readers for this one so I guess I hit a topic that interested people.
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Old 04-26-2016, 09:47 AM   #8
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If all goes well, I will be at the rigs chunking for YFT this next week. That got me thinking about chunking as a blog topic so I put that up as my latest topic. Now those ho do better at it than me can give me their hot tips on how to make it work even better. http://www.bluewaterhowto.com/
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Your blog is now bookmarked.
One note on colors, the yellow menu items are really hard to see (to the left).
It's also the same color as a highlighted (rolled over) hyperlink.
A dark green or dark blue would work better, or white even.
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Thanks HJ, I think I have that fixed. Happend when I adjusted background at request of another reader. Hopefully more readable all around now.

Donaken, trip report tonight. Drafting now. It was an adventure for sure.
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