We’re Back!

It’s 2021, let’s hit the ground running!

Happy New Year everyone! I hope that your winter holiday was as safe & peaceful as possible. 2020 was very rough for many reasons, & the start of this year wasn’t all that well either. However, with hopefully the worst behind us, we can move ahead with the healing & rebuilding process across the globe.

With the Coronavirus pandemic continuing, I decided to take another hiatus to focus on more pressing obligations – including focusing on a move to another part of St. Petersburg, FL. While I love the Burg, it was time for me to experience different parts of the city that I haven’t experienced in the past. And if you’re wondering, yes, I finally had the opportunity to check out the new Pier! More on that in a future post.

Anyhow, to keep this post short, as you can see – The Guidebook is back, though still in limited form. I’ve been able to implement a new theme, update the About section, add a few new photos to my PSTA subsection, & streamline each page to appear more uniform. As of the publishing of this post, I am slowly rebuilding my HART subsection, which will look similar to the PSTA subsection. The HART main info page is back up at this point, with various subpages to follow.

Once the HART subsection is back up, I will then shift my focus on revamping the Sarasota & Manatee County subsections, followed by Northern Tampa Bay. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, I hope to complete this revamp by the end of March so that I can then focus on expansion sections.

Until next time, please be safe.

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