I recently bought a new telescope and some other astronomy equipment online. While communicating with several of the company’s customer service department representatives via email, I noticed that the reps usually end their messages with the valediction “Clear Skies,” instead of a more generic valediction like “Sincerely” or “Thanks for your business,” and then they include their personal name (such as “Clear Skies, Chris M.”)
Clear skies, of course, are important to enjoy the pursuit of astronomy.
I’ve noticed that anglers sometimes use the phrase “Tight Lines” to close their messages (tight lines indicating that there’s something on the hook at the other end of the line). This isn’t so much a hobby, but I’ve come across letters from religiously minded folks that end with “In Christ,” and then the writer’s name.
What other examples of specific valedictions are out there?