Season’s Greetings

I thank everyone who has visited this blog over the last year and especially those of you who leave a comment. I wish you all a happy, safe, and healthy 2023 in which we can all create more blogging memories. I haven't blogged a lot on here this year simply because I haven't been out of Cornwall that often so most of my blogging takes part on Cornwall in Colours. Please join me there.

All photos are from Christmas Day 2010, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

30 thoughts on “Season’s Greetings”

    1. It was very cold that day, but a lovely walk down to the river. I much prefer the dry and cold to the constant grey and damp we usually have. Happy New Year Brian, hope you have a wonderful year ahead.

  1. All are lovely winter scenes, appreciated by me even more as we definitely do not get any snow here on the Sunshine Coast! Your photo of the tyre tracks through the field is just magnificent! Happy New Year to you!

    1. Our last really bad winter. The entire country was covered and we had booked a little cottage in Gloucestershire not knowing if we’d even manage to reach it!

  2. I suspect Travel with a big T will continue to be difficult, but so long as you’re blogging … Happy 2023 Jude, and keep those posts coming, from wherever suits you best.

  3. Thank you for your beautiful musings, Jude, and may this new year be a happier one, with more harmony in the world. You are one of those who make my days brighter. ♥

    1. Aw, thank you Ann-Christine, that is a lovely thought. I’m not sure about travelling abroad yet, but maybe a few short breaks in the UK. And peace and harmony are definitely overdue.

  4. I trust you can get your leaky house issues sorted once life returns to normal after the 3rd of January. I am going to get our central heating investigated properly as soon as I can. Take care, and I hope you both have a wonderful 2023.
    Pete. x

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