Happy New Year

I know this is a little late (I wasn't ignoring those of you who posted comments the other day, I was just a little busy doing the new year holiday thing ;)) but I just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a happy new year.

As Tag points out in his comment, this is my third calendar year of writing this blog, and it's also my third calendar year of being back into observing. I know it's kind of trite to say so but it really has flown. One of the things that has made it all the more enjoyable, one of the things that has helped make blogging and observing a little more focused, is the input from fellow observers, including those who have taken time to leave comments here and also those who go to the effort of maintaining their own blogs. Astronomy can be a bit of a solitary hobby and the community of astronomy bloggers makes it feel just a little less so.

Happy new year to you all. Many thanks for everything you've written in the past year. I can't wait to see what you all get up to this year.


Anonymous said...

Happy new year to you too Dave.

Anonymous said...

This is a bit late too but,I would like to wish you and your family a healthy and Happy New Year.

Ian Musgrave said...

And a very Happy New Year from down South to you and yours (I've only just got back to my computer). Here's to many more calendar years of observing and commenting!