It's been such a busy year for us here on Coast and Country! We've seen the seasons come and go, and we've celebrated everything that makes Wales such a wonderful place!
At the start of the year Andrew headed for the hills.
Snowdonia is one of the most spectacular parts of the world, and the weather can be just as dramatic as the landscape. The snow had fallen, but the harsh weather is a magnet for those like Andrew who love the great outdoors.
And to finish the day, Andrew spent the night in a mountain bothy. There are over 100 of these little shelters across the UK, and with the permission of the owners they are left open for adventurers to use!
Whilst Andrew was enjoying the epic scenery, back in January I was braving the mists on a hillside farm above Llanfairfechan in North Wales. Gareth Wyn Jones looks after more than 3,500 sheep on the farm. In the harsh winter weather, it's an unforgiving place.
The extreme conditions make the job much harder, but Gareth has been farming all his life, and he loves it.
As we walked through the mist, the famous wild Carneddau ponies came into sight. A truly magical experience.
But the weather hasn't always been quite so harsh! Back in the summer I came to Tenby to meet sand artist Marc Treanor, who draws fantastic creations in the sand using a simple rake!
Marc's creations are truly breathtaking, but once the tide comes in, they're gone. And that is why he loves them!
Some of Andrew's highlights have been out at sea. An morning boat ride off the coast of Milford haven to hand pick scallops off the sea bed made for a particularly early start!
But the haul was more than worth it! These scallops will be headed for local restaurants
Andrew's watery adventures also took him to sea with Neptune's Army. The dedicated group of rubbish collectors dive into the waters to clear up waste from the fishing industry.
In the years since the group began, they've found all sorts of items littered across the sea bed. From the strange to the bizarre!
And I had my own adventure out at sea too! As I took to the waters of Milford Haven to try my hand a a spot of power boating!
Brother and sister Sam and Daisy Coleman are from Pembrokeshire are P1 Power Boating World Champions. And I was lucky to join them on a training day.
It's been quite the year! We hope you'll join us tonight at 8pm on ITV Cymru Wales.