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- 09/03/2007 at 5:31 pm #3431AnonymousInactive
When will we be able to download logs from the web please ❓09/03/2007 at 8:58 pm #5057AnonymousInactive
You can download logs now
But you must be registered on the website (as opposed to the forum) and be logged in;
Try these logs for size
The whole library will be uploaded in due course.09/03/2007 at 10:50 pm #5058Dave BarkerKeymaster
What is a CB login? I’m logged in to the forum (hence this text), but not apparently in a way that allows me to follow your link in the above post. I’m prompted to enter my “CB login”.
DB12/03/2007 at 10:24 am #5069AnonymousInactive
Congratulations Bob. Just had a look at a couple of cruising logs after going through the process of registering on the main Wayfarer website (not the forum). Wonderful. Although interested it is unlikely I would ever have bothered in borrowing a log from the UKWA library. I think also it might motivate people to record more logs of their trips as it is such an efficient way of sharing the information and pictures (bit of a picture fan)!
Looking forward to some South coast ones coming on-line in due course (although I imagine older ones might be less or not illustrated).
PS Might even have to inflict some day-sail logs of Chichester harbour, although there are limits to my family adventures (yet another picnic at East head).12/03/2007 at 8:28 pm #5070matoiMember
Thanks for the Logs! It’s a fantastic resource! Last summer Lana and I had our first Wayfarering experience. We are expecting a baby now so reading “Log of Kittiwake III” was very nice.
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