THE BUSH LIFE

THE BUSH LIFE
My tent cabin on the Kvechak River

The Bush Life

The Bush Life
My old buddy "KAYAK"

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Hi everyone, well it's that time of the year again that I look forward to. There is something magical about Christmas when it brings people and families together around the world.

It is so much fun to have friends and family stop by to help trim the tree and put decorations up and enjoy sitting around drinking hot chocolate and other Christmas drinks.

Please remember those who don't have as much as you do and if you can give a helping hand, please do. Just one simple kind gesture can change a person or a families life.

Thanks to everyone who has stuck by me by participating and enjoying my blog. It means a lot to me and gave me support when things were a bit tough.

MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR

34 comments:

Carol G said...

Merry Christmas, John. I hope you have a nice holiday. What have you been up to?

John said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and best wishes to you and your family. Just staying warm. Just been to cold to get out and do anything.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too. Hope all is well there.

Wash

John said...

Thanks Wash, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and family

wvhiker said...

Merry Christmas John. Enjoy the season ):
Jay

Anonymous said...

John you are so right being with friends and family and helping others is a wonderful feeling.Something we should all do all year long is help others..Stay warm and safe...Merry Christmas and Blessed New Year.Bert from Bama Had the dangest time proving im not a robot lol..its hard to read sometimes.

Evano said...

Merry Christmas John!

John said...

Thanks Jay, wish you the same.

John said...

Same to you. Maybe you are a robot, lol

John said...

Merry Christmas Evano

Na Na said...

Happy holidays to you!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas John..! Stay Warm..!
Old John

Anonymous said...

Hey John hope you have a merry Xmas and happy new year :-) :-) always checking for new blogs:-) :-) I enjoy them very much:-) :-) David

John said...

Hi na na, Happy Holidays to you as well.

John said...

Merry Christmas John, - 22 here

John said...

Thank you David, wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year as well.

Eko said...

Hyvää ja Rauhallista Joulua...
Eko
Suomi/Lapland/Kuusamo

John said...

Merry Christmas EKO and Happy New Year

bigfoot said...


Merry Christmas!

Enjoying you blog from North Tx.

John said...

Thanks Bigfoot, Merry Christmas

Art said...

Merry Christmas and the best for the New Year. I've greatly enjoyed your photography and the progress on your cabin.

John said...

Merry Christmas Art and Happy New Year as well. I'm glad you enjoyed my blog.

Penny said...

Merry Christmas, John! And here's to fewer tough times in the New Year! I think you're a positive example of handling those tough times. I have appreciated your outlook over the months...years? Onward!

John said...

Hi penny, glad to hear from you. Merry Christmas and thanks for the kind words. Hope to hear from you more.

Rick said...

Merry Christmas to you John. Enjoy the New Year. Hopefully you will be able to get to your remote cabin soon. Take Care.

John said...

Thanks Rick, working on it. Merry Christmas

Susan Stevenson said...

Merry Christmas John. I hope you had a wonderful day!

John said...

Hi Susan, it was fine, Merry Christmas to you as well.

CottonLady said...

Happy New Year, John. Hope 2014 brings you all you need and you get to be where you want to be.

Blessings!

SusieQT said...

Merry Christmas John! My son Jayson is enjoying your blog as well. He's almost 9 and is really interested in Alaska; he really loves all the photos of snow! :)

John said...

Thank you cotton, Happy 2014 to you and your family. With any luck, I will make it.

John said...

Hi Susie, Merry Christmas to you and family. I hope to entertain your son as long as I can.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year John! I really love enjoy reading your blog in the pictures. Any chance you could fill us all in a little bit more about yours kind of hunting you do for food.

Anonymous said...

Well tomorrow is New Years Eve..hope ya got your black eyed peas (our southern tradition)to eat and bring you good luck in 2014.Of course collard greens and cornbread to go along with it are scrumptious lol...Well take care and prob wont talk to you till next year :) Bert from Bama