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Webbie

Location:
United Kingdom


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posted: 01.07.2016 09:52

What an exquisite looking animal that is on the POD today.

Thank you Mike.
Mike L





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posted: 28.06.2016 09:16

That looks a very busy nest Gi Ni M! Mum and Dad must be very busy collecting food to feed all those mouths. The only nests we seem to have round here at the moment are crows and magpies - and the noise!! Good time of year with all the new growth.
Mike L





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posted: 25.06.2016 06:42

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic on POD today. It made me smile when I saw this one looking at the reflection in the water trying to understand who the intruder was! Just one of those moments to make an old man smile.

We need something to make us smile over here in the midst of all the uncertainty at the moment.
G Ni Muiri

Location:
UK - England - North


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posted: 23.06.2016 21:34

Yes Ireland did so well last night ! Good luck to them next round enjoyed watching the game .

Mmmm I think Mike L Id rather go to the supermarket for eggs than pass that Chicken !!! checkout at M & S looks friendlier to me somehow !
Mike L





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posted: 23.06.2016 06:24

Congratulations to Ireland on beating Italy and qualifying for he last 16 of Euro 2016!



Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today. This rather intimidating character was \"on guard\" at the farm entrance.
Webbie

Location:
Italy


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posted: 22.06.2016 20:57

Ireland 1

Italy 0
Mike L





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posted: 21.06.2016 06:24

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. The little harbour at Rhos offers a very safe and convenient haven for small pleasure craft and a number of local fishermen. A few years ago the harbour was dredged making entry and exit much easier.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 20.06.2016 07:11

Worse result in the rugby. Third test next Saturday. Back to sealevel.
Footballer

Location:
UK - England - London


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posted: 18.06.2016 16:09

Bad result for Ireland in the Euros
Lesley

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 16.06.2016 11:11

Foxglove aka digitalis toxic used as a heart medication
  
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Thank you Lesley.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 16.06.2016 05:28

Wondering what sort of bells those are on the POD today. Petunias
  
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G Ni Muiri





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posted: 13.06.2016 21:42

No Pressure Webbie !!!

No fog here but plenty of heavy downpours great weather for snails and slugs to be devouring plants ! We re certainly paying the price for two weeks of summer a drop of 10 degrees in a week !
G Ni Muiri





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posted: 13.06.2016 17:01

Hi Webbie ,

Good to be able to catch up with Dublin weather see its better than ours ! U K north west .

Not so sure if cam 1 and cam 3are back ? Thank you
  
Webmaster-Comment: Cam 1 ok - so far. Cam 3 has a problem ok. Will look at in morning.
Heavy fog on outskirts - Northside.......grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 13.06.2016 15:07

....cams back again for another while I hope.



Deo gratias.
Mike L





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posted: 10.06.2016 06:21

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today. The building in a hamlet called Burton, close to Neston at the foot of the Wirral, was almost completely covered by the wisteria.

Neston has some very well regarded gardens which are open to the public and the whole area is blessed with fertile soil. Maybe explains the display!
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 06.06.2016 20:50

Steve - true.



Four cams stuck since 28 May - may get some results this week. Thanks for your message.
Steve Spain





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posted: 06.06.2016 20:25

Talbot Street needs to be current
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 06.06.2016 08:02

Bank Holiday in Ireland
  
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Mike L





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posted: 03.06.2016 13:34

I watched the cleek also Webbie and then, last night, on my way home as the sun was setting on a beautiful day, there were the guys in the fields still cutting and collecting the silage, trying to stretch the working day while the weather is so good.
G Ni Muiri





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posted: 02.06.2016 21:22

Thank you Webbie for cleek

Awesome watching the silage cut

While close to me we have to suffer the consequences of silage being spread !! A different story ! We keep our windows closed tightly ! Its necessary I know for farmers . Great cleek
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 01.06.2016 21:49

Have a look at silage making filmed from a quadcopter at the Hill of Uisneach, Mullingar, Ireland
  
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Cleek
Steve

Location:
USA - Nebraska


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posted: 31.05.2016 21:14

From Gretna, Nebraska...USA
Mr. Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.05.2016 21:55

Test Test
Annette





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posted: 27.05.2016 07:20

So far, so good………
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 27.05.2016 07:19

Well, Webbie, the problem is that I couldn’t rely on your site when I posted the last months. Many of my posts went to cyberspace. I know you try hard to get the GB running and maybe the problems are solved. I know it when this post appears and I will be back to a regular posting. Anyway, you are the one and only Webbie and we appreciate your work.

So, let’s test it and we see us later.