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Patricia





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posted: 11.12.2009 15:07

Which reminds me that I now know what Micilin meant by \"swede\", I googled it. Rutabegas are called that, and that makes sense for a \"mash\", doesn\'t it?

And it is NOT a Swedish person, as Webbie is trying to make us believe, I knew that because I was married to one of them once, and that would be a \"Swede\" with a capital letter. Annette, Webbie has just discovered large, bolded fonts, and is practicing using them. That\'s all that large \"Erica\" means. He\'s just trying to make all his GB girlers jealous.
  
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Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 11.12.2009 14:58

Mornin\'...

Jack 2, Good Luck on that second medical procedure. Sorry the first time didn\'t work.

Phillis, it is good to be curious and ask questions. We all know those people who haven\'t learned a new thing since they were 20 years old, never had to change their thinking about anything, and to me, that is sad, so boring. There\'s a world of interesting things to know out there, and our lives are enriched by asking and learning something new.
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.12.2009 13:09

Our West Australian Capitol City is called PERTH not Pert sorry about that.....Jack2
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.12.2009 13:06

I feel sorry for all you people in the Northern Hemisphere,while you are freezing with your winter here in Pert Saturday is going to be 37 Celsius(98.6 Fahrenheit) and Sunday is going to be 39+Celsius (100.4 Fahrenheit) as you can see it is our summertime. It NEVER snows in Perth.

I have got to go back to the hospital as what they did didn\'t work (better luck next time)that is why I was in a lot of pain.

Jack2 ;5]
  
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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.12.2009 11:40

Hi phillis ah your poor dog it thinks they are cats i guess he is not keen to learn ..haa ..yes you can ask silly things here and it still comes out right..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 11.12.2009 09:37

The statue on Cam5 is a clear definition of what is meant by \"Kafkaesque\", a phrase used in America for something surreal. I enjoyed seeing it.
phillis





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posted: 11.12.2009 09:30

One thing I like about this GB is I can ask stupid questions and get all the answers...thanks for the info on the cottage, everybody. And everything else I ask!

Hooray! We\'ll have 50 degree weather here tomorrow, almost like spring. My creatures will appreciate that, especially dog Hobo as she got skunked again yesterday and is having to remain outside until I have time to bathe her. You\'d think she\'d learn to leave the black and white kitties alone. All is calm and quite on this front, except work and finishing semester at school, then Christmas and New Years and our anniversary--then the real fun begins with the kitchen flood repairs...yuk. Hope you all have a great weekend.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 11.12.2009 05:16

Liz-No snow here yet, just very, very cold. Maybe snow this weekend, but not as much as they thought at the first of the week.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 21:13

Good morning all.oh annette yes it takes up lots of time to sort papers out like that but its got to be done..as long as robert is ok..ah sure they rob the eye out of your head and come back for the eye lash..shocking ..deep breaths ahhhhhh ..haaa patrica i think your in the wrong job ..going under houses and knowing whats what..mr mies ah yes everyone wants to be warm i seen lots of snow there do you have yours yet .. love lizxxxxx
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 10.12.2009 20:40

I see the letters in Webbie\'s comment grow bigger and bigger. Does that mean anything?

Hello everyone, we were busy the last two days to replace all of Robert\'s stuff. We are sure that the wallet was stolen from the changing room of the gym as things from others were stolen, too. We made a report with the police and then applied for new papers and cards and all things else. Very time consuming... So, Liz, I couldn\'t relax but hope I can do over the weekend. But thanks for the advice to take a deep breath. That helps a lot.

Steph, great news about Bruce. I\'m so glad that he is on the mend. Take care.

Treasa, I\'m so sorry about your brother. Sometimes you think it can\'t get worse but it will. I hope he will be well again soon.

I will have long working hours tomorrow and have to be out on Saturday, too. So, have a nice weekend all.



Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 10.12.2009 16:05

Liz-Not a big fan of bunk beds, we had them, but we fought over the top bunks because that\'s where all the heat was in the winter.

Pat-Our farm house in S. Dakota was brick with the dog run, the kids bedroom on one side, the rest of the house on the other. My Great-Grand Mother\'s house was a 2 story soddy, 2 rooms on the main floor & a sleeping area up stairs.
Patricia





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posted: 10.12.2009 13:30

Mornin\'...

Yes, I missed the 2-part door on that cottage, I was so intrigued with the roof. We call that a \"dutch door\". Not common here, but we do have some. Keeps varmints out, and small children in. The layout and size is quite similar to some very early houses (1700s, 1800s) that have been preserved here, 2 outside chimneys in the North, and one central chimney in the South, one room deep, 2 rooms on ground floor, a sleeping loft for the younguns above reached by a ladder, and barely room enough to swing a cat anywhere, but cosy and snug.

Continued...

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 10.12.2009 13:29

Cont.

Stone, where it was available, but it is also the plan for your basic log cabin. Two of them together, facing each other, with the space between roofed over would be called a \"dog trot\" or \"possum trot\" dwelling, we have one of those in our neighborhood. That evolved into the very much used \"central hall\" type of old house, which is my favorite. My house was once a central hall, but the hall has been opened up into the living room. I know that because of the directions of the joists. House detectives like me crawl under the house and look at things like that...it keeps us from being out stealing hubcaps.

Gotta go in to town, Y\'all behave while I\'m gone.

Pat





elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 12:09

Well im off to bed now have a good day/night gpd bless all jack2 take it easy ok love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 11:01

Phillis the reason for the 2 chimmies was there where 2 fireplaces in the house one in the kitchen and 1 in a bed room ..love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:25

see the heat has me brain melted i called you jack1 ..jack 2..your better i think love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:22

Sorry mr mies i tought it was mies ..yes jack 1 i sorted mr mies knees out ..he bums about now..now my good man i dont like anyone in pain and so i dont want to know you suffer..ok ill take you too a vet really i like you love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:18

Ah mies no i mean the 3 rooms for me you can sleep in the barn is that ok ..haa no really we could have bunk beds ..fight about who sleeps on top like kids..yes treasa it would be great to live there at a slow pace again..everything is too fast just think a week after christmas please god hot cross buns will be in the shops ..we should put our foot down..rushing too much now..phillis ah the mash ..i cook my pumkin and mash it and put it on toast just for a nice meal..good tucker ..love lizxxxx..
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 09:26

....now Ms. Tallahassee will kill me for this......Phillis, the \"half-door\" is a big feature. Ya keep out the hens that way but mostly they just await their opportunity fly/jump to the ledge of the bottom half.
  
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phillis





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posted: 10.12.2009 08:44

Webbie, it\'s driving me crazy...what\'s odd about the cottage pic on CAM5? Other than it appears to have two chimneys, or perhaps that\'s some other type of pipe/ventilation? Give up the answer, please, sir...

Mick, add mashed cauliflower with a bit of bacon to your list and I think we\'ll agree heartily that mash is indeed a great dish.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:33

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:26

Morning everyone,

Thank you all for your kind words. Brother is improving but still very ill. He is strong and has great will power.

Would be nice to go back to the days of the old stone cottage wouldn\'t it. Slow pace of life, just enough posessions to get through each day - leaning over the half door chatting to the neighbours - and tired enough from working hard all day to sleep soundly each night.

I see Webbie is still hankering after Erica......

Tog go bog e Webbie.

Everyone else, have a great day, stay safe and stay well.

Catch you all later, when I try to catch up on the goings on here on the GB.

Treasa.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:11

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 10.12.2009 06:28

Nice cottage Eamon Thanks for the picture. I like the red trim & door, & the stone wouldn\'t have to be painted.

Liz-With only 3 rooms I\'m not sure there is room for us all

Treasa-Sorry to hear about your brother. I hope everything will be OK for him soon

Jack 2-I hope the leg gets better soon. With my knees it was pain one day, gone the next. Hang in there it will get better.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 05:11

Eamon thats such a lovely cottage on cam 5 i could just see me there in a nice rocking chair with a big turf fire the kettle on the hob .and lovely smelling brown bread ahhhhh with a nice cup of tea..now thats one lovely irish home ..thank you so much..hi patrica as im not a horder i would only need a small 3 rooms in it ..pot plants not a lot and veggies in the garden ..anyone care to join me all welcome ...love lizxxxx