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24/12/2014

24 - nearly there!

Today is brought to you by the number 24 and Chrimbly eve  ( I think hope I am ready for tomorrow and if I am it is only just by the skin of my teeth - phew).

358th day of 2014 - only 7 days left to go to 2015.  

Not particularly pretty pictures today - the first one is a narrow arch beneath the railway to allow cattle to roam through giving them access to fields on both sides. What amuses me is the sentence that says ' In the event of any road vehicles striking this bridge please phone....'  This arch is rather remote and difficult to get to so the thought of a vehicle accidently bumping into this structure makes the mind boggle!


Man hole cover in the carpark at work - how 'exciting'! Well, that they say is that!


I did have a Solstice dawn celebration story to tell you, but seeing my journey home tonight (normally a 55 minute trip) was a 3 hour nightmare - a story in itself!  I will share both soon x

Joining up with Julie every day as we celebrate the chrimbly count down :) 
Why don't you take a look and see who else has joined :)



10 comments:

  1. Have a good Christmas
    Julie xxxxxxxx

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  2. Merry Christmas eve-it has come so soon!. Have a wonderful time.
    Helen

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  3. Enjoy your break and thanks for sharing your countdown. X

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and family, it's been fun! Suzy x

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  5. Merry Christmas to you and your family! Have a good one :)
    Cathy x

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  6. Love the little bridge. I'll probably catch up with your countdown early next week after we get back from a short trip to see both our boys in Canberra. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Xmas. Take care.

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  7. Congrats on another set of great numbers. These posts really help the December blues pass by so nicely! Whilst I am no great Christmas fan, I do look forward to your numbers, so here's to more next year! Thanks for taking the time and effort to brighten our days.

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  8. wishing you a wonderful Christmas and New Year x

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  9. I've loved every minute reading your Advent posts. A very Merry Christmas to you and yours.
    xx

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  10. I agree with TTML - looking out for a different numbered blog each year is great fun. Enjoy your rambles in 2015 and hope you find lots of new numbers for us to enjoy. xx

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