Hmmm...that sounds like it might fit the bill.
In looking at the RSS Import page in my WordPress install's admin section it says:
Pick an RSS file to upload and click Import.
I am unsure, though, what sort of file should I be looking for and where should I get it.
In Safari I navigated to my Chyrp site's RSS feed from within the browser. Under File, though, the option to Save as... was greyed out, not available. In Firefox, after loading the RSS feed up through the browser, I was able to access the Save Page As... command and proceeded to save the RSS feed out as an XHTML file. Is this the file I am looking for?
The next question is this: When I migrated over to Chyrp I imported all of the posts from my old WordPress install into my Chyrp install so that my Chyrp install has all of the posts I made through Chyrp + all of the posts I made through my old WordPress install. If I download the RSS file for my Chyrp install is it an (relatively) easy thing to go in and, with a text editor, "cut" out the overlapping posts between the two so that I am not getting duplicate posts in my WordPress install or should I worry about that once any possibly duplicate posts are imported and manage that situation through the WordPress admin panel?
I hope that all made sense.
The two blogs in question: