Today, she wrote a list of her BFF's. I didn't know what this meant (I'm so not up to speed with social media terms - it took me months to know what an RT was, and I still don't understand hashtags, ff's or all the stuff you can do with FB). Now I understand BFF means your Blog Favourite Friends, so I was more than a bit honoured to find myself listed there.
Then I started thinking about who I'd put on such a list and got onto the idea of Boatblog FF's. I follow a number of boaty blogs, mostly narrowboat blogs, that probably most of my commenters here don't know about. Boaty bloggers (apart from my friend, Fran) often don't comment on other blogs as they are into - well- boats. That being the case, I will introduce you to my BFF's, boat style, so here they are in no particular order:
Bonnie of Clyde - written by Fran, a special friend now. She and her husband live on a sailing boat while they convert an old barge.
Herbie - written (by Neil) with humour and a fund of knowledge about almost anything you care to mention.
Halfie - written (by Halfie!) with insight into things historical along the canals, and very interesting it is too.
Luxe Motor Anthonetta - written (By Carla) in Dutch, I'm afraid, but with complete stories in photos about their life as barge dwellers and cruisers.
Klipperaak Rust Roest - also in Dutch (written by Margriet). This is the blog that makes me really jealous as they cruise in the south of France most of the year.
Narrowboat Futurest - written (by Salty Dog) which is quite a new one for me, but I really enjoy it.
There are many others but these are the ones I read regularly and have in my blog list.
And as usual, to finish, here is a photo. This is of my daughter and me doing boaty stuff. I'd rather be doing this than almost anything except cruising.
Finally, of course, if you are interested in dipping into my books about life on the water not to mention life on a smallholding in rural England, you can visit my author pages on Amazon.com or Lulu.com and read some extracts they have made available.
You can also reach the individual books through my sidebar here.