Shannon Silvey Williamson: When the chips were down my Niece Shannon was there.
From the very start of my Source to Sea expedition to paddle the Mississippi River for Juvenile Diabetes I began writing daily blogs. Jonathan Brown was developing a website. I was having difficulties though and could not maintain the blog tab or upload photographs. My iPhone six plus worked great. Just couldn’t bridge the gap to make the actual website postings. I was clear nothing would be posted on the new greyberadadventurer.com web site for months.
The word was spread - HELP! Shannon, bless your soul, and within just couple days my blogs and daily photos / videos were being posted. Being a new website, she also had to tweak several glitches and refine the process. She also had to re-write my fetal attempts to draft blogs with quality. Shannon, you were God sent. You were able to edit, sometimes totally re-write, my attempts to prepare website post. You were also able to process images, sent daily via my iPhone Six Plus, posting them virtually the next day. Without Shannon real time website postings would have been impossible.
The blogs can still be read on line. The daily photographs are still there. To view them click here: Dale’s Daily blogs and photo postings
Shannon still maintains the website today. And for that I deeply appreciate what you have done helping us effectively reach all goals and objectives. Also thank you for the extra help getting out the votes for the “Spirit of Adventure" award win. I love you girl.
I'm the Grey Beard Adventurer. But you can call me Dale Sanders, and these are my stories.