Ramble Dog

?

Channel Reputation Rank

#892
?

Activity Status

Stale

last updated

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'Ramble Dog' channel has quite a good rank. The feed was last updated more than a year ago. In addition 'Ramble Dog' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'Ramble Dog' Channel

Destinations and Recommendations for the Rv Community

? Updates History Monthly Yearly
? Content Ratio
? Average Article Length

'Ramble Dog' provides mostly long articles which may indicate the channel’s devotion to elaborated content.

short

long

? Readability Level

'Ramble Dog' provides texts of a basic readability level which can be quite comfortable for a wide audience to read and understand.

advanced

basic

? Sentiment Analysis

'Ramble Dog' contains texts with mostly positive attitude and expressions (e.g. it may include some favorable reviews or words of devotion to the subjects addressed on the channel).

positive

negative

Recent News

Unfortunately Ramble Dog has no news yet.

But you may check out related channels listed below.

Tramping Around Nelson, New Zealand

[...] Trails in New Zealand are called tracks. Several tracks surround the Nelson area and most of them climb a hill. What [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] living magazine.  Annette Hollis, the owner and decorator was quoted in the December 2011 New Zealand Home and Garden article saying she feels most comfortable in a shabby-chic French style. Black [...]

Rabbit Island

[...] table, and a large barbeque. We chose a site along the beach. This beach is along the Tasman Bay, named after New Zealand’s first European discoverer in 1642.  Abel Tasman was a Dutch [...]

Tramping Around Nelson, New Zealand

[...] settlers that came from England with the New Zealand Company in the 1840s ended up leaving the Tasman Bay area because they were unable to establish a farm. Eventually, as Nelson grew, so did the [...]

San Francisco

[...] , the electric trains would pass us, unable to stop because they were already packed like sardines cans with tourists who also had sore feet. Lucky us, we ran up the dock to our ferry, heading [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] stove is fueled by a propane tank under the counter. The kind you would usually find with a gas barbeque. There are plenty of shelves to store food, although we can’t all reach the ones at the top. [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] of a private patio oasis. An L-shaped planter box fills up the corner containing long-stem hydrangeas, camellia, magnolia, ivy, and something with a purple flower that we don’t recognize. [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] don’t recognize. Various copper-colored, clay containers are scattered around on the hexagonal pavers. They grow herbs, small flowers, roses and fuchsia. We often sit around the small [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] the counter. Baskets hold dish towels and cleaning supplies. The gas stove is fueled by a propane tank under the counter. The kind you would usually find with a gas barbeque. There are plenty of [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] is an antique daybed and the only bedroom is separated with an ivory gauze curtain. Oversized vases with silk and dried flower arrangements are place throughout the cottage so on our [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] I comment that I felt as if I was walking through the pages of a country living magazine.  Annette Hollis, the owner and decorator was quoted in the December 2011 New Zealand Home and Garden article [...]

?Key Phrases
Tramping Around Nelson, New Zealand

[...] Trails in New Zealand are called tracks. Several tracks surround the Nelson area and most of them climb a hill. What [...]

La Petite Maison

[...] living magazine.  Annette Hollis, the owner and decorator was quoted in the December 2011 New Zealand Home and Garden article saying she feels most comfortable in a shabby-chic French style. Black [...]

Related channels