Renault Bears Closes

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At the beginning of the year, we launched The Renault Bears’ website and the plan was to move all future bear posts over to that site while leaving Jammy Toast as the site for everyone else. The amount of space to post articles has been reduced here since the arrival of Andreaa, Lestly, Mr Benn, AA Milne, Aleksandr Orlov and Michael Bond. This is a nice problem to have because it means that Jammy Toast is growing as time passes us by. However, it also mean that there simply aren’t enough days in the week to post everything. So, we took the step of starting a new blog just for the bears – no humans allowed.

More Bears Blogging In 2019

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We bears are finding it more and more difficult to actually post things here on Jammy Toast. The amount of space for us to post any articles has been reduced because of the arrival of Andreaa, Lestly, Mr Benn, AA Milne, Aleksandr Orlov and Michael Bond. We are not blaming these people or Mr Bearkeeper but we like posting on the blog and currently find it difficult squeezing in – there simply aren’t enough days in the week. So, we have taken the step of starting our very own blog; Renault Bears. This new blog will be a blog for teddy bears only. No humans are allowed although we don’t mean this in a nasty way, just that we want to blog when we want and not when we can find some limited space.

Where Did All The Bloggers Go?

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Ikeep backups of all kinds of files and folders from different computers and laptops I have owned over the years. At the weekend, I found a folder containing the favourites from an old copy of Internet Explorer. Amongst the list of sites I used to frequent was a collection of blogs I used to read. It’s Sunday and I had time on my hands so I thought I would have a look at some of these sites and see how people who used to share their lives with me were getting on these days.