This really is my last post of 2018. I think I said that before but now it actually IS. After this I am going on holiday. Well, actually I am going into the other room to sit by the fire with the dogs and a glass.
For me the bonsai year really closes out on the winter solstice (shortest day) and that is today. As of tomorrow we start looking forward to another productive growing season. It might be a very long time until spring but for today I can contemplate the last year, my successes and failures and lay plans for improving what happens next year. I shan’t go out the front gate for the next couple of weeks, we’ll unplug the phone and consign my Mac to a locked cupboard. Peace and quiet is a much underrated commodity these days and something I hold in high esteem.
Here’s a few pic’s of the winter solstice sunrise over my Norfolk dog walking route.
Now, where’s that bottle?
Merry Christmas and a Productive New Year!
Merry Christmas Graham, enjoy your “holiday” don’t forget your passport.
I hope you and the family enjoy a well deserved rest and have a Great Christmas and a Wonderful 2019.
All the best from Downunder, if you need some warmth let me know, it was 36c here the other day.
Have a good holiday, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours
Peace and quiet is a much underrated commodity these days and something I hold in high esteem.
VERY well said.
You and yours deserve the rest. I love readings your blogs, watching the videos and marvel at your stock.
We are having a very tropical summer season here in Sydney, Australia, lots of rain and heat, growth and insects.
But having just come in after 4 hours of trimming trees, sipping a bourbon, music in my ears – life’s good!
All the best
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