Monday, 24 December 2012

Merry Christmas

Wishing everyone a merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.


The oil refinery over at Fawley looks almost festive at this time of year, lit up in the early evening twilight, apologies but it makes a change from chocolate box images of pretty villages and cute waterside pubs!


Boxing Day seems to be a very British tradition, a public holiday celebrated on the 26th December in UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and other former colonies. It's a day for sporting events and for people to take the opportunity to get out and "blow away the cobwebs" after Christmas day.

It would be great to get out on the water, especially if the weather was clear and bright like the picture above, sadly the weather forecast predicts otherwise, so it will probably be like the picture below, taken on Boxing day last year of a few hardy members of the Seafarers Sailing Club launching from the beach, it was all too familiar cold, wet and windy but everyone seemed to be having good fun.


What ever you are doing over the holiday have a great time and thanks for stopping by.

7 comments:

  1. Same back to you, Max, from the cold and wet Pacific Northwest.

    Cheers!
    michael

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  2. Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to you, too, Max, from even colder and just as wet SW Ohio.

    Michael H.

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  3. Same from here in a wet,warm,windy cyclonic NZ !

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  4. Merry Christmas to everybody, and a happy new year, from somewhere in a mediterranain island in a warm december.

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  5. On the basis of 3 out of 4 - maybe they should rewrite the song - "I'm dreaming of a wet Christmas"

    Thanks all

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  6. Wet and what is locally called 'cold' here, but I know better, having grown up where there are real seasons.

    Take comfort in the knowledge that not everyone has the prospect of a warm refinery to buoy their spirits.

    Cheers!

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  7. I love to spend my time with Yacht Charter Dubai. specially in holidays.

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