Review of 2003: December

Well, I have finally managed to read all the entries from the year and I have reached December – the month for Christmas preparations and planning. Instead of planning for the big day, I was (again) talking about spam in my in-box or spending the week before Christmas in the United States instead of buying gifts for friends and family.

I spent Christmas Day in London and then went to visit family in the north. Returning home allowed me to return to one of my key topics of the year, transportation.

I ended the year lamenting the blogs that are disappearing. I am sure 2004 will bring new reading pleasures and, hopefully, I provide some pleasure for some people.

The full December archive can be found here.

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