Today we turn 300

Since April 2011 there have been 299 posts to this blog so this one is officially number 300.

Over the last 2 and a bit years we’ve covered our trip to Europe – which was the reason for starting this blog in the first place – extensively. Our return home to New Zealand and settling back into our routine has been covered generally and any events that have impacted on the family have been covered in detail – probably a little too much detail when it comes to the dogs.

I apologise if posts are sporadic rather than regular, and if the content is occasionally a little light but my resolution for the next 100 posts is to do pretty much what I’ve been doing for the last 299 so don’t expect a dramatic improvement anytime soon.

I also just want to thank all our loyal readers including our friends and family, as well as that amazing mix of people from around the world who follow this blog – for taking the time to see what we’ve been up to in Italy and now in New Zealand. It’s immensely rewarding when people take the time to “like” something or comment on a post.

So what do you do for a 300th post?

Easy, include 300 (or maybe a few less) of our favourite photos from past posts.

7 thoughts on “Today we turn 300

  1. Hi they are fantastic photos, what a wonderful time has been had by all, still my all time favourite is Daisy sitting on the clean laundry, have always loved that, mind you they are all so good really hard to pick a favourite. Hope your house is all ok and that Wellington is back to normal really soon. Take care Sue

    • Hey Sue, it’s all good at Kainui Road apart from two confused dogs and a couple of shaken owners.

      The shots of York reminded me of the weekend away. A great few days but jeez it was cold.

      Cheers
      G

  2. Has always been interesting to follow your adventures and activities. Your picture taking skills make it even better and has resulted in a great many additions to my bucket list. (As if it didnt have enough already)

  3. Fantastic pics Graeme well done. But where’s the shot of an English Electric? How about the 7.21am Peace Train from Johnsonville hurtling down the Ngaio gorge in a southerly with white knuckled commuters – wild eyed and grimly clutching the seat in front?

    • Sadly no train shots. And also sadly no EE’s anymore, they’ve all been put out to pasture (or scrapped). It just won’t be the same. Keep the comments coming old thing.

      Cheers
      G

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