If you’re seeing this then you’ve connected with my new blog setup! Yeah! Leave a comment to let me know the transition worked. If you notice anything odd(er) then let me know. I still have a few posts to transition over but most of it is here now. My blog is now on a cloud type web server which should result in greater reliability.
Outdoors: 35°F/9°F 0.5″ Snow, Cloudy
Tiny Cottage: 70°F/68°F
Daily Spark: Like gravity, karma is so basic we often don’t even notice it. -Sakyong Mipham
Looks good from this angle…
Works like a charm – no hiccup in the RSS feed.
Google reader found it.
Looks good to me.
The only difference is the URL, and I didn’t notice that until you mentioned it. As to stability, I’ll cross my fingers for you.
Working fine for me here in Ireland, Walter. Great to hear from you.
It shows up in my blog roll with the new post.
Looks good to me.
I thought you were in the cloud earlier. When I read that your servers burned I wondered how the cloud caught fire.
same blog roll–nice.
Worked fine for me in Google Reader.
Looks good from here. But I do have to reenter my comment info to post a comment. That is the only change I notice.
Once the system learns you that should settle down. Also, anyone who had subscribed to posts or the old blog will probably have to subscribe again. That is a bit of a bother. I tried transferring subscribers over but couldn’t get it to work.
Looking good, Walter.
Looks good from here – I MISSED YOU!!
Interestingly, my web site on the new cloud server seems to be working fine but now I can’t get to it. This morning I could but now this afternoon I can’t. Other people can see it. It looks like the DNS had propagated but then hiccuped. This should settle down. Keep leaving comments if you are able to see this post as it gives me a sense of how it is doing.
Same as Bryan and David G.
Looks good to me! I’ll change my bookmark :)
Worked first click, yay! Glad to see your new setup is working :).
I am so glad you’re backup and running! This is my 1st time to comment, but I have been reading your news for some time – it is a great site!! OH that more parents/people would follow your example!
I have reentered my email addy to subscribe ~ thank you!
Worked for me :)
excellent.. I would have been lost if we lost you! c
I got to the blog without noticing anything different but I have a question unrelated to blog connecting. We have two gilts that will farrow within the coming week. We are planning for them to farrow in the eight by eight three sided metal sided shed with deep hay bedding. The front/open side is four feet high, the back three feet.
I’m dubious of success as we are in Northern Minnesota and I don’t see it being warm enough for the pigs to survive. Temperatures have been mild all winter and we may have some forty degree days ahead but it could easily be minus seven as it was yesterday overnight or colder.
I hung clear plastic over the front with slits every foot and a half to keep some heat in and wind out. Should the shed be as tight as possible? Ideally we should have more space or another shed for privacy I understand. What do you think? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
JRC, check out this detailed response.
Worked fine for me.
Glad your site is up and running again.
Your site works for me. I use Firefox.
When I clicked my saved bookmark it brought me to a directory tree of your files, I had to navigate to the parent directory to get the webpage to resolve correctly.
Thanks for letting me know. I’ve set a redirect on this end. Update your bookmark from http://SugarMtnFarm.com/blog/ to just http://SugarMtnFarm.com and that will then go directly to the new web server location for the blog.
Side note: If you leave your real email address it is helpful incase I need to ask you a question to figure it out.
Word to the wise: You leave bread crumbs on the web whether you leave your name and email address or not. I’ll leave the fields as you chose but Anonymous is not.
Love your blog. Thanks for being so open with sharing your knowledge. It has been a really really really big help for our family as we get our farm going over this past year and a half. We are modeling our farm on how you are doing things in a more natural way and I feel so godo about it. I was raised on a conventional farm. I wanted to farm but I did not want to do it that way. What you do is right. It is good. Glad you were able to move to a new server. If you ever right a book I am buying!
works great! thanks for the good reading and inspired daydreaming.