Monday, December 22, 2014

My very best wishes for the holidays!

And so another season of the ScootCommute draws to a close.

I cannot let the last few moments drift away without wishing each and every one of you my very, very best wishes for the new year.

If I have a wish for the new year, it is to meet, perchance to ride, with more of you.

Until then, to those of you enduring hibernation, stay snug, and to those of you in the southern hemisphere, soak up that wonderful summer weather and enjoy a bit of it for those of us knee-deep in snow.

Happy Holidays!!

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  1. Merry Christmas David to you and your family! I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

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    1. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones, David, and a happy and healthy New Year as well. Life has been good to us, and hopefully 2015 will bring more of the same ;-)

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    2. Sonja, all the best to you and Roland!

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  3. Merry Christmas to you and yours David.

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    1. Thanks Dom, best wishes to you and the Mrs.!

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  4. Here's wishing you, Susan and your family the happiest of holidays and all the best for 2015.

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  5. Merry Christmas!

    What's this season drawing to a close? There's almost ten more days left...

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    1. You are so right Richard. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  6. I am keeping my sunshine to myself thanks. Next summer the winding roads will be green and leafy and I will still be in Flatistan ( sob!). Call this my airing of grievances. On that note:
    Happy Festivus.

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    1. Michael, I'm planning to come and borrow some of that sunny weather before the winter is through with. All the best to you, Layne and Cheyenne!

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  7. May this be a wondrous time for you and your family!

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    1. Thanks Keith. May your wishes for the holidays come true!

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  8. Happy Holiday's from my family to your's David. I'm looking forward to reading more about your adventures in the coming year.

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    1. Thanks Rob, same to you and Sue. Care to ride to Lauderdale and then to Key West?

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  9. Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you and your family David.

    We appreciate all you do.

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    1. Brandy that's so kind. Merry Christmas to you and Brad and your feline master ;)

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  10. After completing my last day of work for the year I can begin to focus on the holidays. So I'll start by wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Who knows, maybe I'll have time to work on putting the Vespa back together!

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    1. All the best to you and Kim, and Junior too!

      The good news is that putting the Vespa back together rarely takes more than 45 minutes and ten or twelve well-chosen expletives :)

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  11. The best to you and yours for the Holidays!

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    1. Thanks Dave! Here's wishing a very merry Christmas and a great 2015 riding season.

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  12. David - All the best to you and your family. Hope to meet in person in 2015. Jim

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    1. Same to you Jim! We'll make it happen!

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  13. Aloha, David. Not quite the Southern Hemisphere, but close enough...

    Hope to see you in 2015. Bob and I had a thought of going East and I may do this. Not sure when, I have a friend whose schedule is never certain, he has not yet retired...
    Will advise.

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  14. Hi Ed, thanks for stopping by :)

    Keep me in the loop, for sure.

    All the best for 2015,

    d.

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  15. Hi David! Happy new year! Thanks for being with me, albeit mostly virtually, through a fantastic second season on my scoot!

    Two months until March!!

    Cheers!
    Danielle

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