THE BUSH LIFE

THE BUSH LIFE
My old boat on Six Mile Lake

THE BUSH LIFE

THE BUSH LIFE
My tent cabin on the Kvechak River

The Bush Life

The Bush Life
My old buddy "KAYAK"

Thursday, December 31, 2015

2016



Well, this has been a crazy year for me, some ups and some downs but, I survive it. I especially wish for those of you who have had some setbacks with health problems or other problems, I hope this year will be a better one. I for one, will not make any resolutions specifically. But, I will put an effort in making the New Year a year of personal changes.

I haven't done much with my blogs so, hopefully I will make my posts a whole lot interesting. I sort of lost interest for a while and was just plain lazy.


Anyway, I am hoping for a better world in the coming New Year. I hope for people all over to strive to make our environment cleaner, save our National forests. Nature, the Wilderness  and Wildlife need to be preserved for those in the now and future. I myself am going to work on the impacts that I make on the Environment


So again, I appreciate all of you who have stuck with my blog and those of you who have just arrived. Again


HAPPY NEW YEAR

26 comments:

wvhiker said...

Happy New Year John! I myself have some things I'd like to change myself this coming year. Like you I hope to make a lesser impact around me but I really want to simplify things in my life; less electronics and must- haves to just living the way I want. Anyway hope 2016 is good for you. Enjoy the blog too!

John said...

Thanks hiker, I hope everything works out for ya, good luck

Evano said...

Happy New Year John!!!

Sincere thanks for your blog posts, looking forward to next years.
One day I will stop being lazy and revisit my blog......one day...

John said...

Thanks Evano, I check your blog every now and then, hope you get busy with it. Keep safe tonight

Anonymous said...

John......Although I am a fairly new reader of your blog, I do appreciate that you encourage each of us to make a difference in our own worlds - whether it be personal growth or to effect changes that will impact our world. This past year I have made a few discoveries and although they have been relatively small, the impact has been large on both my life and future goals. Sometimes trusting and following your heart, even when it is unclear where it will lead brings about the most prolific improvement for us all. Bottom line, we all have the ability to live more in sync with our world and all life that shares it. Happy New Year, it is my wish that we all continue to make discoveries about ourselves, the world we live in and each other! Chris

John said...

Hi Chris, thanks. I'm happy you have found some things to change personally and worldly. At my age, I have looking more deeply and making discoveries I never recognized. There are people who think the Environment is just fine, they are wrong, these are people whose personal beliefs are there political beliefs. Thanks for making a difference.

Rumbarr said...

Happy new year John, glad you are well and hope to see you blog more. Things are starting to roll in my favor down here finally except I got jury duty on jan 25th, hate those. Hope 2016 is good for you =)

John said...

Hi Rumbarr, thanks. Glad to hear things are going well for ya. Happy 2016

.Pete said...

Happy New Year from AUS also John, many thanks for your terrific pics that show us how you survive in that chilly place.

All the very best,

Pete

John said...

Thanks my friend, hope your 2016 is a wonderful year for you Down under. Glad you are on board.

Washkeeton said...

Merry Christmas (late) and Happy New Year to you too. Hope all you dream for happens this year.

Wash

northco said...

I enjoy your photos and a window into your way of living 'way up north.' Also follow with interest your look at life and what changes each of us can make to live more lightly on this one and only earth. Best wishes for a good year ahead.

John said...

Thanks Wash, hope it all works out for you and Seth also. Thanks again for your visit and thanks to Seth for his shoveling skills.

John said...

Hi northco, thanks much. I have always had an interest in our Environment but, as I get older, I find myself taking a more active role.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year John! I hope your day was good. It's one of those days you look forward to good things to come and also
Wonder boy that last year went fast! I agree very much so that everyone should think and follow through on how they can make
A difference in the preservation of our wildlife and help to better the environment for the future generations. I enjoy your blog, the Picts and your words of wisdom! Take care and enjoy the snow! KC

John said...

Happy New Year KC, thanks for stopping by. I hope all goes well for you and yours in 2016.

Carol said...

Happy New Year John!
I look forward to another year of reading your blog and all the wonderful photos. I agree we all need to make a change on how we see the world and the environment around us. I hope you can share some of the things you are doing to encourage us to do the same. Thanks for letting us take a peak into your everyday life in the north in 2015.
Carol

John said...

Thank you Carol, I wish you and the family all the best in this new year. I will certainly keep everyone informed of my new improvements.

Mary said...

Happy new year. Looking forward to more posts and pictures from the remote cabin.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year John and always love your post... I've been slack on responses during the holidays.,but I'm back on board now....finally feeling like winter here in the south and love it.Glad your mending and better.Take care my friend Bert from Bama

John said...

Happy New Year Mary. I will post them once I get there.

John said...

Hi Bert, glad you are back on board. Glad you finally have Winted. I am glad that I have finally healed.

Anonymous said...

Hey John, Here's wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year. Hope you make it out to your Remote in 2016.
We went "outside" to see our Oldest Son and his Family. Traveling during the holidays is SO MUCH ….. FUN!
Cheers, Old John

John said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR, John. Hope you had a good time. The traveling isn't so hot though. I'll get there. (Fingers crossed)

Carol said...

Hey John, how's the weather up there? Are you getting more cold and snow than last year?

John said...

Hi Carol, seems to be another strange Winter. It's been a mixture of cold and warm, snow and rain. I just can't figure it out anymore. So, I pretty much go day by day. I hope everything is well with you and the family. Stay tuned for a new post today or tomorrow.