Well, this time of year in 2019 we were all saying what we were going to do in 2019. I said my plans were: 1) attend the Winter Bushmoot - a first for me 2) I have two canoe treks planned, one local the other in Scotland 3) a weekend deer tracking in local woods to determine presence and species 4) a backback in Snowdonia (while I still can - at least, I think I can!) 5) continue the UK coast overland trek - at least 4 weeks, maybe 6 6) leathercraft, wittling, stick dressing, spoon carving, knife making, axe refurbishment, greenwood furniture making ...... 6) and, of course, as many nights as possible in our wood whilst we continue the biodiversity survey So what did I get done? 1) I got to the winter moot and then even managed the first week of the summer moot and enjoyed both. If you've not been, give it a go. 2) I got both canoe treks in; one down the Vyrnwy and the second 4 days down the Spey - learnt my kneeling days may be over 3) spent the weekend tracking Muntjac only to prove to a reasonable level of certainty that there are none in the local woods contrary to some reports. 4) Never managed to backpack as my companion damaged a knee 5) Never got out on our coast trek because my wife had to go in for an op. followed by a lengthy recovery period when we had planned to go 6) got a bit of the woodland craft stuff done but not nearly enough - bigger projects took over 7) and, to be honest, disappointed with how much time I spent in our wood but it's not going anywhere! In all, I'm fairly happy but could do better. I've not planned 2020 yet, apart from the coast trek, but I need to because other people are filling my diary faster than I'd like. How did you all get on? and what plans have you got for 2020?