It’s a cold and bright December Morning as we approach Christmas at Fisherton Sarum and snow lay round about, lightly dusting, crisp and even, although services have so far been largely unaffected (remember when that was the case?).
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the readers of my little Southern part of the blogesphere for taking the time to read my ramblings which I hope you have found of interest. I also thanks those whom have taken to time get on touch either via the comment facility on here, email or personally at exhibitions. I enjoy hearing from and meeting you all.
May the Christmas Magic bring health, wealth and peace to your home and make your Christmas a fun filed Celebration
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
7 thoughts on “Christmas at Fisherton Sarum and snow lay round about….”
Back at you Graham from showy southern Alberta, Canada
Oops, that should have been snowy! But showy is good too 🙂
A very merry Christmas from Locoyard. Am looking forward to more ramblings throughout 2013, they’re well worth listening to!
Seasons Best to you and yours Graham. Keep the snowploughs running!
Regards, Peter (Adams 442T)
That’s obviously January 1947, when I was born and the South had one of its heaviest snowfalls ever: my poor mother couldn’t take me home immediately!
All the best to you and your family Graham, thanks for everything you’ve done and for the inspirational Fisherton Sarum. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Thanks Jeremy, I hope you and your family have a great holiday season too.
Happy Christmas and ramble on in 2013, I wish it was snowy rather than raining again where the big question is whether the River Avon (Hampshire Wiltshire) is going to flood.