Not really anything as drastic as a full facelift; just a few nips and tucks here and there and a splash of extra color as summer fades to fall.
What do you think?
Wait a minute! You didn’t think I would go under the knife, did you? Moi?
I faint at the sight of blood, particularly when the blood is mine.
My website got a little facelift; the Archives are now on a tab at the top of the page; 26 months of blogging links were just getting too much for the sidebar. The Trover images were a good choice for filling the gaping hole. Why Trover?
I know; I’m full of questions today. But I have answers, too; lots of answers when I travel, in part thanks to Trover.
What is Trover? Sorry, the questions just keep on coming!
Trover is a living, evolving electronic guidebook for those of us who love to travel (even those who do their traveling vicariously), created by those who love to travel. Who doesn’t like sharing travel photos? Some of us like sharing so much, we create travel blogs. Trover is Yelp with more pictures, Instagram with more text, Pinterest with only one topic. You can click on any of my Trover photos in the sidebar to the right and visit Trover.
Of course, not all travelers have the time or share a passion for blogging; but all who contribute to Trover are encouraged to mention what made each particular “discovery” special or share insider information they’d gleaned from their visit. Here’s one posted picture that caught my attention given the beauty of the discovery and the information provided.
Did you notice the 32 thank yous for Deena's aforementioned restaurant discovery? Kind of like Facebook likes. That may turn you off or elevate your blood pressure; whatever! I simply like being a part of the community shared by so many people who love doing what I do – traveling and sharing.
Canada is part of our not too distant travel future, which is why I’ve created a Trover List called Oh, Canada! It’s my inspiration and motivation for keeping the Canadian dream alive.
That being said, Trover certainly knows how to make the most of a little splash of color, too. I'm impressed; and inspired. Thanks Trover.
One more question. What do you think about Trover?
Disclaimer: While today's post may sound a bit like an advertisement for Trover, I have not been approached by Trover to share my personal opinions nor do I benefit in any way by doing so; not even more thank yous. I just like sharing. But then if you're a loyal fan of my website you already know that.