Another week as a participant in the A-Z Blogging Challenge has flown by. I found some new blogs, some of which I may follow and some which I won't visit again. It is worth visiting the list of participants to see the range of ordinary and unusual blogging topics there.
A few of my selections this week come from the challenge and quite a few from libraries and institutions.
1. Jayne deals with some rescued items.http://jayneshrimpton.tumblr.com/post/142688263936
2. Lazy posties?http://www.yourbrisbanepastandpresent.com/2016/04/delivering-mail.html
3. PROV records are more accessible.http://prov.vic.gov.au/blog-news/find-our-collection-through-trove
4. A find in Wagga Wagga.http://memoriesofwagga.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/when-hats-were-thing-prosperous-wagga.html
5. A donation in Balmain.http://localnotes.net.au/?p=4143
6. And one in Western Australia.
7. A celebration in Queensland.
8. A trip down memory lane with Frankston.http://flsblog.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/classic-books-for-children.html
9. And a book suggestion from Vicki (pleased it's positive I bought this one for a family member).http://vickisc.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/girt-unauthorised-history-of-australia.html
10. A beaut product for Genealogy Societies and Family History Grooups.http://blog.librarything.com/main/2016/04/introducing-tinycat-the-opac-for-tiny-libraries/
11. Some local stars swam at Drummoyne.https://canadabayconnections.wordpress.com/2016/04/08/drummoyne-amateur-swimming-club/
12. And here are three from the A-Z Challenge.
Congratulations to Merron Riddiford on 5 years of blogging. Merron is doing sterling service to her community by preserving local stories through her blog https://westerndistrictfamilies.com/