Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Seasons Greetings

Another year has come and almost gone, one in which life gave me a couple of nudges. This is my first Christmas on retirement and I must say that I can only recommend it. Yes, I know some have a while to go but I can remember watching a guy at work retire and thinking, wow I have 40 years to go. That time eventually came 47 years after I started work. Anyway, enough of that.

Chris and I would like to wish all those who follow my blog a happy Christmas/holiday period and a great New Year.


wango said...

Same to you and yours as well Ray. Cheers and all the best for the new year.

Chris wangmann

Iain Robinson said...

Thanks for the encouragement and inspiration on your blog this year Ray...all the very best for Xmas and the new year to you and yours.

Ray P said...

Thanks Chris and Iain, all the best for the season.


P Rugendyke said...

Love the Western NSW look - especially the walked, eaten down paddock with the eroded dirt mound in front of the rock out crop. Nice use of grass tufts as well. Well done Ray.