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February 18, 2009 at 9:15 am
Is your Blog available via RSS feed as I don’t seem to be able to find it.
February 18, 2009 at 7:52 pm
Thanks for dropping in :). Hope you enjoyed the site.
Yes there is an RSS feed (he says knowledgeably having only found out about it through others a few days ago). Depending on whether you’re using IE or Firefox the location of the RSS symbol is marginally different on the browser. If you click on the link below and scroll down through the comments to almost the bottom then you’ll see a couple of examples.
It should explain everything.
All the best
March 4, 2009 at 2:08 pm
Thanks for that Ken, all fine and dandy now. I enjoy your writing style and as an ex dog owner who is prevented from having one by circumstances the content is great.
March 4, 2009 at 7:06 pm
Hi Ted, Glad you’re all sorted out now 😀 .
Many thanks for the comment it’s always good to get feedback, especially when it’s complimentary 😆 .
Hope you continue to drop in and enjoy the site. I suspect it’s mainly dog owners or ex dog owners like yourself who pick up on the doggy logic running throughout a lot of the “tails”.
May 24, 2010 at 1:27 pm
Hi, Ive been reading your blog and found it really helpful. I have two dogs, one getting on a bit now and being able to read your reports which include the dog safety perspective has been invaluable to me. Keep up the good work, entertaining, enjoyable and knowledgable reads!
May 25, 2010 at 7:28 am
Hi Carol 😀 , many thanks for your comments…though I think there’s a few who might take issue with the use of the word “knowledgable” 😆 .
It’s good to know that the blog is of use…I know a few people who use our hillwalking “tails” as a do-able guide…mainly on the principle that if Maisie and I can do it, then they should find no problems with the route.
I can recommend http://www.scottishhills.com as well for dog friendly routes as a good number of the trip reports have, at the start, a guide to how easy it would be for a dog.
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