Happy New Year…we hope your Christmas was great and that everyone made it through the grueling holidays intact. You may have noticed that we recently took a hiatus from LSC, for reasons that I won’t go into (they’d probably bore you anyway), but I am happy to report that we’re back and we’ve made a few changes in terms of LSC’s look and content.
Besides a new logo we’ve also added a Featured Video corner, and a Random Post Section, which shuffles previously published stories (so if you’re new to LSC and want to see what you’ve been missing, then Random Posts is for you); we’ve made it easier to subscribe. Fill out a short form and we drop you a note every time we publish a new story (I love how the Internets works); and we’ve also beefed up the search function, while condensing the Archives into a drop down box.
We’re working on evolving our content, and what better way to do that than to share the work of others? It’s in that vein that we plan to start featuring more new correspondents, starting with a piece written by Josh Neumeyer, of San Antonio. Josh has penned a piece about one of the most misunderstood topics in Texas, public versus private boundaries in and around rivers. So check back for Josh’s story.
Of course, we will strive to continue improving the blog’s appearance and offer more frequent content. With a state as vast as Texas there are countless stories waiting to be told, and as I’ve always asserted, strange things happen when you’re kayak fishing. You never know what adventures the next trip will bring.
This marks the beginning of our 5th year, and if the next five years are anything like the last, then it should be a good time…subscribe to the blog and come along for the ride.
Lone Star Chronicles – Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Fish