This is a sailing blog (supposedly).
Sometimes I try and write about sailing (actual experiences of sailing a boat on real water in real wind.)
Sometimes I write about stuff that is only peripherally related to actual sailing (why some people hate Laser sailors, satire about coach boats, a fictional protest hearing, weird stuff I didn't eat while sailing, and so on.)
If you can judge the popularity of my posts by the number of comments they receive, then it's the sideways looks at topics vaguely related to sailing that readers enjoy the most.
Why is this?
Am I simply unable to write about actual sailing in an interesting way?
Is a good day on the water actually a fairly unremarkable event?
What does this say for the future of this blog?
If I really do write (at least) 100 posts this year about 100 days I spend sailing my Laser am I going to bore my pants off my readers.