Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Moving On

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  1. Hopefully you will continue to support the current site too. Honestly I couldn't find your new site today. The switch was due to computers? servers? online hosting capacity? or you just wanted to incorporate hyphens?

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  2. Try again: www.big-old-houses.com. It's there...JF

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  3. Congrats on the new site. Will you be keeping the old site up and running for those of us who like to visit our favorites, or perhaps transferring the content over to the new site? Thank you.

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  4. You'd think transferring old blogs would be easy, but turns out it's not. Best idea, if you're a regular, is to make the new site a favorite. Thanks for reading...JF

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  5. Awesome work.Just wanted to drop a comment and say I am new to your blog and really like what I am reading.Thanks for the share

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  6. John - are you going to be able to transfer all your old articles onto the new site so they can be viewed there? I would HATE to lose your incredible archive! If you can't transfer them, will we still be able to use this site to access older posts? Also, did you make the switch due to problems with blogspot.com? Recently, when I pull up other sites that are under blogspot.com the site freezes up.

    Look forward to the new site!

    Titanic Bill

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    1. I'm figuring out how to transfer old posts, or at least the ones I like best, to the new site. As far as I know, nothing will change here for the foreseeable future. Thanks for reading.

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  7. OMG! i'm so exited about the new site! I have been visiting this blog for like 3 years, I guess, and it's the best site for old houses that I know! You do it with so much love! Thank you very much for all your work! Greetings from Brazil!

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  8. Great work! I love your new site. I enjoyed reading your posts. Thanks!

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  14. Well John you no longer have to suffer anymore. Even though the cancer came fast and the declination in yours became more evident, we all had hoped you would pull through. I really enjoyed your work and I hope your life inspired many others to continue in your footsteps. You definitely inspired me. Deeply saddened by your passing.

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    2. Sad. I loved his love for historic houses, and the stories behind them!

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  16. Really miss your weekly posts...you were undoubtedly one of the best.

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