Tillerman’s Sailing Learning Experiences Group Writing Project was his first group writing project in a year, surprising him with 18 entries. So much so, that in Robert Hruzek fashion he’s considering making it a monthly event.
Here’s a quote from Tillerman that I liked:
What I found most gratifying about this exercise was how many writers from whom I hadn’t heard before came forward with stories about their learning experiences. Some of you were writers of sailing blogs of which I was previously unaware. Some of you don’t have your own blogs but felt inspired to send in a story anyway. Thank you to you all.
This is a typical reaction from bloggers whose gwps have been promoted here for the first time, and that’s what *I* find gratifying.
Keep up the good work with more pleasant surprises for unsuspecting bloggers!
- I See Stupid People by IC
- Drive by TK
- Humiliation by ISO by Mark
- You’ve got a friend by Carol Anne
- Shifting Gears by Manfred Schreiber
- Point Nemo by Edward
- Helping Hands by Jos M Spijkerman
- We Can Learn by David Anderson
- Learning is Gud by David Anderson
- Father’s Day Sail by David Anderson
- A Racer’s Fact of Life by Wavedancer
- Don’t Think Twice by Andrew Sadler
- Mothra vs. Benicia by David Anderson
- Adventures in Boating by Robert Hruzek
- So kids, what did we learn today? by Somers Kempe
- The Sailor’s Prayer and Motivation by Captain JP
- What I Learned From Running Marathons by Tillerman
- Lessons Learned from the Mallory Championships at Elephant Butte by Pat