Thursday, 21 May 2009

Years End



Happy blog day to me!

First of all sorry to anyone who expected to see an acutal Elk being hunted, the only person more disapointed than you is me.
Second: a MASSIVE thanks to all of you who bothered to comment over the last two years, it's been great, please keep 'em coming.
Third: slowly I'm starting to see the fruits of my trip to trade school - I promise to spend whatever it takes to get back on track
Fourth: since separating from the hot-as-you-like/negative-as-can-be Mrs SBW I will perhaps have a bit more time to pursue dinner.
Fifth: All is not lost! Several trips are in the offing - Finding cool things to do is easy, its just the time and the money now! Anyone know any rich, extravagant people who want a money-no-object bathroom fitted? 

More news as it happens
Your pal
The Bushwacker


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8 comments:

Dennis A Carroll said...

The mantra I have heard since I was a kid was, "The elk are where you find them." Sometimes the elk are hard to find!
Have a great day.

Mungo Says Bah! said...

Happy Blogday to you!
:-)
Mungo

Albert A Rasch said...

The Intrepid SBW!

Hey, aren't we in a race to post 1000?

Keep on posting away!

Regards,
Albert
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles.
How to Support Animal Rights Groups. Not!

Hubert Hubert said...

Wishing you a happy new blogging year, SBW!

HH

Kristine Shreve said...

Happy Blog Anniversary, somewhat late I must admit. I'm so glad you've stuck with it and I always enjoy reading your posts.

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Thanks everyone, sometimes it's been hard to find the time to blog and sometimes it's been hard to find the words to blog. But the whole experience has been really rewarding.

SBW

Chad Love said...

Congratulations, it's quite an accomplishment and something certainly worth commemorating.

I'm finding out this personal blog thing is a whole lot harder than it looks...

The Amateur Naturalist said...

Belated Happy Blog Day mate. Keep up the good work, I know it's hard to find the time and motivation.