This past month has been very good for Tronster.net. I personally started the challenge last year and missed two days. This year, I was better prepared. When I knew I would not be able to get online and update a post I did them in advance. A great way to complete the challenge. In addition, I talked about something I have a lot of experience about. I also began to add more photographs. There was even one day when I changed the layout on my blog. (Incidentally, I might be changing it again soon)
I also found many blogs to follow. I have added them to my bookmarks. I see many great posts on the challenge this year. Here is a list of a few that I enjoyed. There are many more, but I haven't got them all posted in my bookmarks yet to share.
Kat In Africa Adventuring At Home A Passion and a Passport Traveling Suitcase
Most of these focused on similar topics as mine. Traveling.
Even last year's challenge presented me with several that I follow. This year's list of participants seems longer than last year. This year I visited a total of 97 blogs. Although, according to the challenge I was suppose to visit closer to 150. Next year I will continue to try improve seeing more of the blogs on the challenge.
I want to send a shout out to our organizers, Arlee Bird from Tossing it out, The Madlab Post (Nicole Ayers), Alex J. Cavanaugh (Alex J. Cavanaugh), Life is Good (Tina Downey), Cruising Altitude 2.0 (DL Hammons), Retro-Zombie (Jeremy Hawkins), The Warrior Muse (Shannon Lawrence), The QQQE (Matthew MacNish), Leave it to Livia (Livia Peterson), No Thought 2 Small (Konstanz Silverbow), Breakthrough Blogs (Stephen Tremp), Spunk on a Stick (L. Diane Wolfe).
These guys and gals have done a great job on hosting and managing the A to Z Challenge.