I went to my old web site tonight for the first time in a month or two. I created that site in 2003 and years subsequent.
This site will be taken down by AT&T on Dec 4. I am in a big project now to salvage all I can of these, work of 3 years or more. I appreciate them leaving them up as long as they did, because I haven't had an AT&T internet account in years. I can easily tranfer the HTML text but the photos will have to be saved and reentered when the AT&T site goes away and the links are broken. Some of the pics are already broken. As best I remember they probably were on Photobucket, who also made changes. Sigh.
If you'd like to look at it, the link is in the lower right hand corner of this page. The pages have links to one another and even I get lost in there, lol. There is a recipe site, a memorial to the Monkeyman, old family photos, and of course, lots of garden pages. Oh, here's the link: Foxes Earth.
My immediate plan is to put the text on Wordpress with the pictures still linked and sort out the links within the new web pages later, so there will be broken links for a while. Transferring HTML loses the background colors and who knows what else. It isn't deathless prose but I probably can't remember to say it again, so it must be saved. I hope that most of the photos are on a CD here someplace but I'll try to download them to save a search.
In the general scheme of things, does it matter? Should I just transfer it all to Pinterest?