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Saturday, 22 December 2012

Season's greetings



A couple of years ago I used a Google image of holly illustrating my post to send seasonal greetings to my followers.

Around the same time I wrote an informal review on the blog for Innovate Roclite boots.  The holly and the boots provide the most  frequent word related searches  in the part of Blog Stats, which as far as I understand, shows words or phrases people have used in searches  leading to posts on my blog.

The Roclite boots are long gone. They wore out after 27 days on my walk round the Welsh boundary.

Those boots and the holly still haunt me like Dickens's Ghost of Christmas Past.

I  wish all my readers and commenters the most sincere compliments of the season and best wishes for the New Year - I have much enjoyed all the communications, and also reading the blogs of many others where I have left comments and received replies - they will all know who they are.

Once again, best wishes to you all, and get stuck into that cake.



5 comments:

afootinthehills said...

It's always a pleasure to visit your blog Conrad. Compliments of the season to you and your family from both of us, and I look forward to reading more of your adventures in 2013.

Alan R said...

Cheers Conrad. The cake is half way through and i doubt there will be much left for Christmas Day.
All the best. Alan and Sheila

bowlandclimber said...

Just searched for Roclite holly and found myself here!
All the best for 2013.

beatingthebounds said...

Love that picture - I expect I shall be tackling the North Face of some Christmas Cake fairly soon.
I'm off for two weeks now and must get that book to you - however, I have a chest infection which has been with me since the start of November and is becoming increasingly debilitating, so it might be best to avoid me until I have less virulent pathogens to pass on!
Have a great festive season!

Roderick Robinson said...

A happy (non-Muslin-irritating) Winterfest, a useful all-purpose seasonal greeting I picked up from M-L.