The Friday Feast ~ the 1st of September

30 thoughts on “The Friday Feast ~ the 1st of September”

  1. LOVE the new theme! It’s coming across with big font (for those of us with older eyes!) Very clean – and amazing pics as always. Thanks for the shout-out! Life is CRAZY in early retirement 😉 We’re heading to Colorado on Monday to camp for two weeks and hit the MMM Headquarters for a conference. Can’t wait!

  2. I gotta admit – I miss the older theme 🙁 Was just more personal and got a good sense of you before even clicking. Minimalism wise thought it fits if that was the reasoning? Just PLEASE don’t tone down the energy/personality/style of your words here on the site – It’s refreshing!!

    1. The main reason for the change was the mobile aspect of my theme. I was never really happy with it, so I had to switch. But yeah, I agree that the older theme was probably a bit more personal. I’m considering ideas for how to bring that back and integrate it within this theme.

  3. Yeah that quote is probably somewhat true. I do like the old theme I gotta admit. 🙁 That picture is amazing. I was thinking of doing a north to south loop next year and go car camping and that was one of the places I was hoping to hit!

  4. Steve, love the JD quote, and the shoutout to SSC’s OMY post (I missed that one, one of the reasons I love your Friday Feast!). Enjoy the Tetons…I have some stories from Jackson Hole from the college summer I worked in Yellowstone…but not fit to print. Tee hee. Gorgeous spot.

  5. Thanks for the shoutout! And yes, in still loving your theme. I’d say I hope you have a good week, but with your adventures and travel, I know you will! Cheers!

  6. Great friday feast Steve! It’s also worth mentioning Financial Velociraptor (who lives in Houston). He spent the weekend and part of this week helping his friends and neighbors during the crisis:

    The new blog theme looks nice, but it seems a little stark…like a house empty of furniture or pictures. Definitely less “alive” than your last theme.

    That said, I bet it’s better on mobile phones. 🙂

  7. Loved Penny’s article. Teachers just aren’t valued as they should be. However the politican article you linked to only gave net worth not salary. I imagine much of the money comes from the connections of the job rather then the salary. Though at least one of the individuals owned Flying J which seems a valid reason for high net worth

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