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Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.12.2009 20:56

Hiya...

Hehehe Liz, your description of Jack...So funny. Actually, I\'m not the finger rock kind. I do like the ones made of granite better. Yes, I know there\'s something wrong about my thinking

PLEASE Pat don\'t give Mr. Mies any ideas. He already has an elaborate plan for that rock. He will tell you it\'s me, but in reality the man can\'t help himself. He has a good eye for design and enjoys doing it...So there Mr. M, I\'ve given away your secret.

Off to check the cleeks...

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.12.2009 20:56

Ah Phillis, the frozen Missouri...When we booked the room, it seemed so romantic. Ft Benton, The Grand Union Hotel, beautifully restored from the 1800\'s and right on the river where so much of our pioneer history took place. Where steamboats docked and Lewis & Clark passed by on their journey. It\'s set in a rough and tumble old west town, filled with remembrances of a era of long ago. I never guessed it would freeze so solid that coyotes ran over it in the moonlight. It didn\'t freeze smooth either. It was in peaks and waves. Kinda like one minute it was running and the next it was frozen. Weird...But we made the best of it and drank wine in front of the window of our room feeling a little like a scene from Doctor Zhivago.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 03.12.2009 19:38

Good morning all at 5.30am..yes im a early bird but ill does off later on in my chair..oh patrica your asking for truble telling mr mies what to do with mies big rock..MMMMMMMMMMM you know that was not the rock she wanted it was one for her finger..mr mies dont listen you know that madam woo talking ..janey mack ah god yes a soul..haaa ..i think he has one ....love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.12.2009 15:57



Cleek

Now Madam Woo, get those words right........lorl
Patricia





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posted: 03.12.2009 15:34

Very pretty street scene on CAM 5 today, Dee Langevin. That looks like a nice town.

Pretty good cleeks today, Webbie. Nice sax, but in general, a little tame. I don\'t need a wishy-washy singer in the morning, Damn, give me my Rock \'n Roll to start the day, I\'ve got things to do and places to go, I don\'t want to be lulled back to sleep.

I\'m gone, now,I\'ve caused as much trouble here as I can. Y\'all have a nice day.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: keep on runnin.........lorl
Patricia





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posted: 03.12.2009 15:23

Watch this, Mies. I am going to help you out a little bit, since you like to be near running water.

Mr. Mies, you must make a fountain to run over the big rock that you got for Mies not long ago. Then she can sit in the yard and listen to it. Won\'t cost much, just a recirculating pump and a few pipes and stuff. You can do all the installation yourself, Mies will watch while you move the rock around until it\'s positioned just right. That\'s a brilliant idea, isn\'t it Mies? You\'re welcome.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.12.2009 15:10

Mornin\'...

Hey, Annette. Let me know if the cranberries are good. That\'s the simplest recipe I\'ve ever had for them, and I thought they were very good.

Phillis is right to stay away from her attic, I don\'t know what\'s the matter with us to start cleaning out a basement and a storage shed at the busiest time of year. I may have to ask Madam Woo to prescribe a cure for people like us.

I nearly drowned yesterday trying to get into the building from my office parking lot. I was wishing I had a pair of Wellies...I was wet up to the knees. We had 6 inches of rain yesterday.

janey mack

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv
posted: 03.12.2009 12:39

Well now Elizabeth, A well heeled man can only be judged by the depth of his soul.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 03.12.2009 12:06

Hi janey mack well he is short stumpy white hair wears glasses ugly as could be ...loud .haaa and if he sounds like a aussie well. dont be fooled by it ..he is a common dubliner more common that me ..im nice ahhhhhh ..you can roll a barrle between his legs.im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxxxx
janey mack

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.12.2009 11:52

How am I going to recognize Ned Kelly,What will i look for.Does he look like an Irish Nacker or an outback ossie.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 03.12.2009 10:18

Mr mies ah you must be one great fisherman ..i can just see you reel them in..dont you feel the cold .standing there..but i guess your well use to it ...but ill be over for fish and chips doh ..ok ..hi phillis ah your getting the snow also..im up since befor 5am haa im silly..i guess i miss his nibs any word from him webbie ..ah sure all the dublin women will mob or murder himm if they remember him ..i just hope he has a good time really .i do .. i got my spys out in dublin ok ..love lizxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv
posted: 03.12.2009 08:23

Phillis-That sounds like the Edgewater Inn in Seattle, it is built on a pier over Puget Sound. When stayed there I would fish from our 3rd floor balcony. I reeled more than 1 sand shark up there, some about 3\' long. I almost hooked a sea lion one day, I\'m not sure I could have got him up that high, he was about 500#. Mies loves to be near the ocean or a river so we have a few special places we like to stay very close to them. I\'ll have to add the Flagship Hotel to our list. I spent a week in Palacios, TX, right on the gulf, but one of the other guys snored so loud you couldn\'t have heard Niagara Falls.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.12.2009 07:52

......and Susan Boyle is No 1 in the US.



I Dreamed a Dream - Google or www.youtube.com
phillis





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posted: 03.12.2009 07:49

A person is handing out flyers in front of O\'Shea\'s this morning. I wonder what that\'s about. Lovely main street on Camera 5. Okay, I\'ve said enough. Have a glorious God-blessed day.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Monday to Friday - the Metro, a freebie tabloid, is given out. They usually are on the far corner.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.12.2009 07:47

  
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phillis





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posted: 03.12.2009 07:41

Mr. Mies, if you ever have the chance, you should stay at the Flagship Hotel. It is built extending into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. We slept with the sliding glass door to the balcony open to hear the sounds of the ocean. One of the most romantic getaways ever.
phillis





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posted: 03.12.2009 07:38

Mr. M, you can always get a smile out of me, even at 1:30 in the morning. Such imagery: \"coyotes running\" on the frozen river.

Thanks for the cleeks, Webbie. I feel most intellectual now that I know I\'m reading a college text. LOL

Dogs barking woke me at 1:00. There was a noise outside which sounded as tho someone were walking on crunching snow. I looked out the window to discover the outside dog, Hobo, had dragged up some plastic item and was happily tossing it around. Hobo is inside now and I am wide awake. Silly dogs drive a person crazy. Shall I ship one or two to someone?
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv
posted: 03.12.2009 04:50

Phillis-I like rivers in the fall & winter, my favorite times to fish. Mies & I stayed in Ft. Benton, MT. a few years ago in February. The hotel was on the banks of the Missouri River. Mies wanted a riverside room so she could listen to the river run past. At -28F the river wasn\'t running, we watched coyotes running on it though.
phillis





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posted: 03.12.2009 02:16

Reading a mesmerizing book called Goodbye to a River. It is about a man\'s journey down the Brazos River, which is where my family\'s homeplace is. Here are some of his opening words:

\"Usually, fall is the good time to go to the Brazos. October is the best month-if, for that matter, you choose to to there at all, and most people don\'t. Snakes and mosquitoes and ticks are torpid then, maybe gone if frosts have come early; nights are cool and days blue and yellow and soft of air, and in the spread abundance of even a Texas autumn the shooting and the fishing are both likely to be good...Scores of birds, huntable or pleasant to see, pause there in their migrations...Men and women are scarce.\" This is so like my childhood memories,thought you might like it.
  
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Wik on
and
Maybe Not
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 03.12.2009 02:06

That\'s geraniums ARE still in bloom, not AT! And Annette, I totally forgot what I was going to write to you in the last line. LOL

Mar, got your postcard today. Thank you so much!
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 03.12.2009 02:04

Annette, I\'m very near Wichita Falls, TX if that helps out any. And Pat, so far all we have had weather-wise is, indeed, the sn*w word. Very light. More to come on Friday. Can\'t believe it\'s so cold and my geraniums at STILL in bloom. I can kill an air fern but these geraniums are lasting forever.

Busy beavers on this GB:Pat shed cleaning and Annette basement clearing. If I were truly in the spirit of things, I\'d be headed to my attic...not! Except for the Christmas decor, I do not venture up there!

Aahh, Webbie, you\'re so sweet to call me \"young lady\". I\'ll treasure the thoughtfulness for at least a week or until some young thing calls me an old hag!

Annette,
Annette





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posted: 02.12.2009 22:09

Mies, happy shopping. It\'s a good opportunity to bandy something about. Secrets, for instance... hehehehe

Pat, I bought fresh cranberries yesterday. They are from Maine and were sold on a speciality market for Christmas. I will try your recipe. AND Robert did the spaghetti-test last Saturday. Picture is coming soon. hehehehe

Liz, sorry, no tea now. I\'m nearly on my way to bed. But I will be there tomorrow in the very early morning.

Phillis, before I go to bed I will have a look in my atlas where you live. Sounds interesting.

...and now I\'m gone before Webbie throws me out of this GB because of too many lines...



Annette





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posted: 02.12.2009 22:08

Sometimes I can save them and get them to the open field (where probably the hawk catches them ). But that grey something under the cardboard didn\'t have a chance. It couldn\'t attract attention to oneself. It couldn\'t roar at all... Well, half of the basement is clean now. The other half has to wait another decade.

Webbie, I watched your cleeks together with Robert and Mr A. The clarinet pieces, the guitar players, John Martyn... Great, great, great! Thanks from all of us. Enough stuff for Mr A to buy new CDs and I don\'t know if I like this... We were all shocked by the pictures of the flooded area around Carrick. I didn\'t know that it was so bad. Poor people, they have enough trouble with the downturn and now that. I\'m so sorry for them.

Annette

Location:
Germany


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 02.12.2009 22:08

Phew, I just came up to the surface. I\'m freshly showered and dressed after a day in my cellar. I cleared out two of the rooms in the basement. I was looking for my stuff to decorate the pots and my bunch of pine tree branches for Christmas and was tripping over a countless number of mummified spider cadavers. I can stand the cobwebs and cadavers and the fluff balls over years. I always think: That\'s no concern of mine. So, I didn\'t cleared it in a dog\'s age. Each time it leads from the hundredth to the thousandth (it\'s our saying, literally, when you get carried away and lost in details). Today, the final straw was a dead mouse under the cardboards with the apples of my tree that I stacked. There is a mouse in the cellar from time to time. They fall into the lightwell and don\'t come out. And then when we open the window they come in in an unwatched moment.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 02.12.2009 22:01

hello mies ah that would be nice having a cuppa and talking about PINK opps it slipped out ...ah ive not started yes its so lazy for me haaa..i dont feel like rushing ..im a slob..love lizxxx