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Webbie

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Ireland


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posted: 30.09.2016 07:48

Well it’s your hometown

I think I’ve outgrown

I wanna travel the world but I, I just can’t do it alone

So I’m just waiting on fate to come.

Wrap around me

Think about all the foreign places we could be

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.09.2016 10:26

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Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.09.2016 06:55

Another test of the GB
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 24.09.2016 17:44

Dust gathering on that pod.
Doris Jones





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posted: 21.09.2016 02:02

Thanksfor the service. Will soon be moving to Dublin.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.09.2016 23:04

Hollies, Fortunes, Searchers - some of the better groups
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.09.2016 22:53

.......errrrrrrrrr........what about our Joe ?
G Ni Muiri

Location:
UK - England - North


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posted: 20.09.2016 22:19

Hi Webbie quite exciting to see a post getting through on G B !

A real trip through nostalgia ,

The swinging sixties ! In Ireland Brendan Bowyer \"The Huclkebuck \" We all had a go ! larry Cunningham ! Big Tom , Eileen Reid so many I must stop ! U K. Gerry and Pacemakers Hollies etc. It was an amazing time .
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.09.2016 21:53

The Radio



Leontia Flynn

The radio hoots and mutters, hoots and mutters

out of the dark, each morning of my childhood.

A kind of plaintive, reedy, oboe note –

Deadlock … it mutters, firearms … Sunningdale;

Just before two this morning … talks between …



and through its aperture, the outside world

comes streaming, like a magic lantern show,

into our bewildered solitude.

Unrest … it hoots now both sides … sources say …

My mother stands, like a sentinel, by the sink.



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I should probably tell you more about my mother:

Sixth child of twelve surviving – ‘escapee’

from the half-ignited powder keg of Belfast;

from its escalation, its tensions ratcheting

its fear of reprisals, and its tit-for-tat.
  
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The Radio
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.09.2016 16:52

Test



In the late ‘50’s and early ‘60’s, there was a major revolution in music - one that ignited a huge interest from young people of the day in the new sound. Many new groups, both here and in England, emerged playing Skiffle, partially with homemade instruments - a double base made from a tea chest, a broom handle and a length of string!



Then came Bill Haley, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and the birth of Rock and Roll, followed by The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones and many others bands playing Rock and Roll with a bit of American Blues mixed in. The sound was popular, particularly with teenagers and young adults, and more importantly it was great to dance to.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.09.2016 19:38

Last test for today
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.09.2016 16:04

Complete test 3
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.09.2016 14:08

Second test of all tests
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.09.2016 14:08

Test of all tests
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 17.09.2016 23:34

All Ireland Football Final tomorrow - Sunday 18th September.

Dublin v Mayo.



Dublin are favourites to win.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 17.09.2016 22:22

We couldnt post.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 17.09.2016 07:23

Are we all gone out in sympathy with the bus drivers?
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 08.09.2016 07:50

No buses in the city for two days. Traffic must be chaos.
G Ni Muiri

Location:
UK - England - North


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posted: 07.09.2016 12:22

Thank you Webbie for using my photo today ! We are enjoying a wonderful week of late summer weather here in U K .Bridge on river Dee is of course here in Chester .I was just finding a bridge to continue the theme !!
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 17:06

Cats beaten by better side. Great game.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 10:36

No Cats or Tipps about O Sheas yet.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 10:34

Indeed many people will have memories of crossing those straits many moons ago. God help you if you were not lucky enough to disembark first off the ferry. Artics or coaches were the hatred of car drivers. The hills were so steep and the old winding roads so narrow, you were as well to pull over for a kip before enduring the haul.And dont even think about it in snow and ice. Thankfully the roads network has vastly improved in later years.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.09.2016 09:23

Thanks for the bridge pics - it is a nice theme, especially with the older bridges. So any other nice bridge pics please send.



Posting in the guestbook is still a hit and miss affair. For this I am sorry but do not have a remedy so far.
Mike L





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posted: 04.09.2016 07:17

The last pic from me in the \"battle of the bridges\".

The Telford and Stephenson bridges across the Menai Straits will be familiar to travellers to and from England and Ireland. They are vital road and rail links to and from Holyhead. After nearly two hundred years they provide a lifeline from the mainland to Anglesey.
Mike L





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posted: 04.09.2016 07:13

Thanks Webbie for the pic