"WallToAll" is my no means the only web-site under my control. During the first decade of this century, I was heavily involved with boats, with sailing, with the sea and with passing on sea lore and methodology to a younger generation. The web provided an excellent platform and "Freewebs" the tools to reach any audience anywhere.
http://www.pentargon.webs.com/ is work in progress, detailing my escapades in a 36' narrowboat on the canals and navigable rivers of the South Eastern quarter of England during 2011,12,13,14 and covering The Lea and Stort navigation, the Grand Union canal, the Oxford canal and The River Thames tidal and non-tidal.
http://www.greenwichpeninsulahistoricshipsharbour.webs.com/ was going to be the biggest most exciting project of all. But it went down the Swanee through mis-managment and lack of vision but the website remained mine so it is now used as a sort of etheral bookcase for my writings.
http://www.kenyajacaranda.webs.com/ was my 'proudest' bit of work. As PRO of the now-defunct "Mayflower Sail Training Society" one of my briefs was to produce a regular news bulletin 'The Pilgrim's Progress' for a well scattered and diverse membership
http://www.freewebs.com/kjoperations/ The Mayflower Sail Training Society never had any operations manual until this site was set up. When the house of cards fellover due to mind-boggling stupidity and appalling seamanship, another site became available as a virtual bookcase.
http://www.freewebs.com/thamesmaritimeheritage/ is another River based site which failed to get off the ground due to breathtaking ineptitude. Currently the site exists as an indictment of the principle that while some people make things happen and others watch things happening the real problem is those who wonder what the fuck the bang was. TWWWTFBW make up the major portion of all voluntary organisations.
KenyaJacaranda had a training offshoot back in the day: http://www.kjtraining.webs.com/ when some of us with more gumption than others realised we needed to have a means of training existing members and new intake to do things right.
I spent some time mid-decade as a volunteer with the London unit of the Maritime Volunteer Service and continued the PRO and training roles there. http://www.mvslondon.webs.com/ I learned an awful lot about The River while with the MVS.