We don’t really know what a Blog view is.
But we have 10,000 of them. Woo-hoo.
The most popular post of all time remains Notes from Nancy. I don’t think that surprises anyone.
The second most popular post of all time is related to the installation of our new Perkins-Sabre M92B engine with the Borg-Warner Velvet Drive transmission: Engine Here Now. Here is some information from the Perkins-Sabre people: M92B Install Manual; M92B PERKINS PARTS; M92B Users Manual. The VelvetDriveManual may be helpful with transmission problems. Based on the factory recommendation for operation under 2500 rpm, we now run 30W oil in the transmission. If you have a Velvet Drive problem you should call Mike at Harbor Marine in Everett, Washington. Please say hello from us.
By looking for the search terms people used, we know we’ve helped people with their “feces holding tank:” (Everybody Poops).
We also helped people with their “fiberglass sheets icebox liner:” (It’s Cool to be Cold).
I’m pretty proud that we’ve apparently helped several people who found us searching for terms like: “lump on rib cage left side.” (Hueso Roca Revisted).
But I’m unsure if it’s good that someone found us with “very skinny six pack rib cage.”
Six people found us searching for “saltwater sandals socks.”
A lot of people found us searching for Miss Cindy. We’re happy to have them visit. Travels With Miss Cindy
Quite a few people searched for leaking diesel tanks. I’m sorry. (Tanks and Stuff)
One person searched for, and found, “water spouts in the Channel Islands.” Glad to help. Channel Islands
We’ve had visitors from 83 different countries.
United States8,517Canada633United Kingdom89Mexico77Australia60Singapore33Norway26Sweden25Bahamas23France20United Arab Emirates19Virgin Islands17Netherlands16Antigua and Barbuda16Poland15Italy14Saint Lucia14India13Thailand12British Virgin Islands11Denmark11Croatia11Spain9Russian Federation9Portugal8New Zealand8Greece8Germany8Turkey7Switzerland7Hungary7Philippines7South Africa6Austria6Ireland6Guadeloupe6Qatar6Honduras6Malaysia5Colombia5Chile5Japan5Israel4Serbia4Pakistan4Brazil4Romania4Cayman Islands4Republic of Korea3Isle of Man3Taiwan3Argentina3Peru3Martinique3Egypt2Lithuania2Mauritius2Saint Kitts and Nevis2Sri Lanka2Indonesia2Finland1French Guiana1Malawi1Viet Nam1Guatemala1Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic1Jersey1Barbados1Saudi Arabia1Greenland1Cameroon1Bangladesh1Cyprus1Guernsey1Czech Republic1Belgium1Montenegro1Seychelles1Dominica1Bermuda1Belarus1Panama1Trinidad and Tobago
Copies of Mermaid continue to fly off the shelf at Amazon, if you count a server farm somewhere as a shelf. Kindle copies of the book (Mermaid, Our Family in Paradise Book) and electronic copies of the movie (Mermaid, Our Family in Paradise Movie) are selling the best. We even got our first one-star review on the movie. Can’t please everyone.
Hopefully, by view 100,000, we’ll have more searches of people looking for the meaning of life, or Jimi and Isaac books (www.jimiandisaacbooks.com), or inner peace. In the meantime, here’s a picture of a knockout babe with a big fish:
A dios, amigos y amigas.
He has married me with a ring, a ring of bright water
Whose ripples travel from the heart of the sea…