The New Year is now well underway, and I hope it’s treating you well, dear reader. There are many more joyous blogs to unleash upon the world in 2018, but for now let’s re-cap some of the most popular from last year.
I’ve done some research, and found the Top Ten most viewed blog posts at the Virtual Hot Tub.
Here they are, in reverse order:
In May I went to Telford’s Warehouse in Chester to witness for myself the awesome riffage of the mighty 1968. A fine band – they have a new album coming soon, so don’t delay, dive right in and discover them now!
Summer saw the arrival of my new Death skateboards deck. I took some nice photos of the setup looking shiny and new, then thrashed it and shined the graphics.
The second part of my blog about visiting MCM Comic Con at the NEC. Featuring loads of Cosplay photos, which are always popular.
Pandan Leaf is a superb Asian restaurant in Prestatyn, North Wales; I enjoyed a sensational meal there earlier in the year. A highly recommended place to eat, I hope this little write up helped them out. Go there if you can.
Sadly I didn’t make it to Sci-Fi Weekender in 2017. I did have some photos left over from 2016, however, so I could post a pre-Weekender warm up. This blog includes the now traditional “No Photos!” section.
Pentre Fest – a weekend of underground, largely unsigned metal – right on my door step. I went and had a great time. This blog got more views than the review I wrote of my trip to see the last ever Black Sabbath gig!
Wow – I took a lot of pics in 2016. Several more shared here. Platinum Al and the gang are back this year, so get ready for some Sci-Fi blog action soon.
The first part of my MCM Comic Con was far more popular than the second.
Things that go bump in the night at an old, haunted pub in Chester was the second most popular blog of 2017. A great pub and a fun evening, making an interesting blog.
So there have numbers ten down to two on the Virtual Hot Tub Most Popular of 2018 countdown. But what, I hear you cry, was number 1?
Drum roll please…
My playlist compiling the songs found on the soundtrack for the frankly awesome Dogtown & Z-Boys movie storms in at number 1. Thus confirming that old school skateboarding and classic rock make an excellent movie, and a not half bad blog.
An honourable mention to the following posts, which although not written in 2017, are still performing amazingly well:
- Santa Cruz Snowskate (2014)
- Hammer Glamour (2013)
- Skateboard Museum: Variflex Joker (2013)
Thanks to YOU, venerable reader, for continuing to make this blog a success. Stay tuned and visit again, don’t be a stranger. There are many wondrous delights still to unfold at Platinum Al’s Virtual Hot Tub; come back for a relaxing dip soon.