Thanks for being with us here at Think Tasmania for another terrific year. We wish everyone a safe and happy festive season. May all your dreams come true and your lives be filled with joy.
It’s Almost Christmas… Ho Ho Ho!
Readers & Subscribers – if you read, share and enjoy the articles we publish, thanks! You are the ones making this whole exercise worthwhile and we’re so glad you joined us.
Online Visitors – we’re always happy to receive feedback about Think Tasmania and the stories we write. Keep your comments coming and we’ll do our best to respond.
Contributors – to all the guest authors who’ve sent in articles and photos, you’re all amazing and talented. Your stories have been so diverse and interesting… and our readers have certainly appreciated each unique viewpoint.
Social Media Fans – what a great community we have on social media. Sharing and communicating with you all has been such fun!
Team Think Tasmania – hopefully you already know how much we value and appreciate your contribution. But another ginormous THANK YOU anyway. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with you in the New Year.
Our Hosts – Readers love the first-hand accounts we deliver, and we love to deliver them! It’s been great meeting so many of you over the journey to date. Thanks for inviting us into your world; and allowing us to share your gems with the rest of the world.
All Tasmanians – We’ve said it before, but we’ll say it again. Thanks to the people of Tasmania for just being YOU. We could not have asked for a more welcoming community. And we still have so much territory to cover yet, so we’re not going anywhere!
And last but certainly not least, thanks to family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances and random strangers even… for taking such a huge interest in Think Tasmania. Where would we be without you all? May 2014 prove to be another stellar year.
Here’s a few Christmas stories to reflect upon. Ho Ho Ho…
- Christmas Cornucopias: A Treat by Tamsin
- Christmas in July: Harvest Launceston
- Fibre Optic Magic: It Really is Magical
- The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel in Hobart: Christmas Dinner
- Boxing Day: Peace and Quiet in Hobart
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