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jack jr

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.10.2009 08:02

your up and about earley two months to go see you then

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ok........bring loadsa dollars. Nothing over here now - the bankers have all wasted. Will I contact them two young wans again?
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 02.10.2009 07:13

jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.10.2009 07:10

mies you should be able to find passion fruit pulp in small tins at your wall mart or one of the big supermarkets we have it here in tins if you can not find it use any kind of fruit it is very nice just like any homemade jam
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 02.10.2009 05:53

Hiya all..

Steph, Snow predicted in our area 3500 feet and above. Thank goodness we are only 2000 feet where we are at. I can\'t believe winter is almost back again

Awwwwww, thanks Annette and Liz, glad to be back. No, Mr. Mies didn\'t do me in yet. Who would cook his delicious microwave dinners?...Annette, tomato mush? Sounds interesting. Send it if you can.

Jack, I have heard of making jam from tomatoes. I will keep that in mind. Not sure I can find Passion fruit in Spokane but I\'m sure there is a substitute for it. I have been thinking of relish or salsa too. I won\'t throw them out. I have already froze many bags of Romas for sauces this winter.

Well, off to bed for me..thanks for the suggestions.

Night
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 02.10.2009 03:57

Hello all! Well we didn\'t get much snow, I think more like a dusting, but it was wet this morning and freezing on my windshield.

Phyllis (spelling?) and all we are to get more snow Saturday through Wednesday next week. I guess it will be a good weekend to do work around the house. Annette, is it time for Christmas cookies? I am not joking went to the grocery store Monday, and they had Christmas decor out!!! Wait it was still September!



Mieses any snow forecasted for you? I know Pat and Liz are expecting sunshine!



Good night all!



Love and Hugs,

Steph
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.10.2009 01:12

Webbie thank you for putting ollie and uno up on cam 5 they are cute..uno looks like he is angry its his bottom teeth grew like that.like a bull dog haaa.love lizxxxx
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.10.2009 23:40

there is a very good way of making jam and that is with passion fruit pulp and skined tomatoes with some sugar and gelatine it is great on your toast in the mornings

we gets lots of tomatoes up in carnarvon we use a lot of the soft ones try it.... it is better than throwing them away also put a slice of lemon in while cooking

///ps ..this is not a joke
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.10.2009 21:43

Good morning al.well mies i was beginning to think you had left us be mr mies put our mind at ease..he said your flogging your little guts out while he was having fun ..ah good to see you again..annette hi there .dont saay more tomotos ah im going red around the gills.i know someone who loves them ..jack1 .does ..send him some crushed ones please ..haaaa.off for a cup of tea anyone care to join me please ..patrica you come later i know your busy..love lizxx
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 01.10.2009 19:26

MIIIIIIIIEEEEEESSS, how nice to have you back. I thought Mr Mies hid you somewhere. Perhaps, behind a pile of tomatoes… hehehehe There’s a recipe for relish with tomatoes in my folder. If I’m quick enough to translate it before there’s just tomato mush left I will send it to you.





Mies





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posted: 01.10.2009 16:26

Whoops...that\'s GREET the day...Well, as you can see my spelling has not improved over the summer...Oh well
Mies





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posted: 01.10.2009 16:24

Black Hill\"S\", not Hill, I believe there is more than one hill there...

Well, off to great the day
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.10.2009 16:20

Though I didn\'t post a lot this summer, I did keep up with all your many adventures/misadventures and of course the PODs..Very nice submissions too. Lots of talent and eyes for a great shot..... The Donkeys remind me of a trip to the Black Hill in South Dakota years ago. The donkeys that seemed to roam free there, love to be fed and come to expect it from tourist. We only had blueberry donuts in the car. They absolutely were in heaven. So much that upon us driving away, I looked in the rear view mirror to see them licking the side of our car.
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.10.2009 16:05

((((HELLO)))....

lOVE the cleek Webbie. It lead me to one of my favorite versions of it. Gene Kelly, Frank Sintra, \"On The Town\" 1949 musical. Love old musicals. Thank you...

Missed talking to you all over the fence. Nice to see a new fence friend here. My Mom was born in OK, Phillis. Sounds like a pretty place to be.

I have a ton of tomatoes to do something with very soon. Salsa? Tomatoe soup? Any suggestions from you all?...
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 01.10.2009 15:52

Awww, such cute donkeys on CAM 5, Eamon. Thank you for the pic. Nice cleeks, too, Webbie, thanks for those as well.

It\'s just incredibly busy here right now, Annette. I don\'t have much time to post.

Y\'all Take Care.

Pat



elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.10.2009 13:57

And what a good looking pair too ..lizzie
jack1

Location:
Other-Not Shown


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posted: 01.10.2009 11:14

i see the lizzie and patty on pic of the day
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.10.2009 10:46

Hello all im off to bed now webbie have a lovely day old son good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 01.10.2009 07:19

  
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Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.10.2009 01:08

Nice picture on CAM5 today Eamon, Thank You. I\'ve always liked donkeys.

We cooked 40# of sausage & 2 cases of eggs. The eggs were pre-cooked, scrambled egg pattys, so they just needed heating in the grill. I cooked from 7:30 until noon. I\'m not sure if I ever want a breakfast sandwich again.

Our Elk Camp tied for 5th place in our store competition, we didn\'t have enough promo posters displayed, so no pizza party for our store.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.09.2009 21:43

Good morning all..oh annette its not just more legs webbie need to clean up dublin haa ..he needs a faster cart..with lots of power its time he stops pushing the old one about..love day here in queensland ..again..love lizxxxx
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 30.09.2009 20:05

Liz, probably Webbie needs some more legs for his work on the streets in Dublin. He can push his cart much better then. hehehehe

We already have a lot of spiders in the house. They always come in in autumn. There are several kinds of them, from tiny to large and from striped to black and brown and green. Interesting animals…

Pat told something about a busy week. I hope all is okay there with her.

To all I missed…



S.Ó Muiri





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posted: 30.09.2009 12:48

Common garden spider,cross spider.Of the genus Araneus Diadematus.An orb weaver.More plentiful due to milder winters and plentiful fly life.Come in a variety of colours.Native to most of western europe.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.09.2009 12:36

Hi annette how are you..yes webbie changed a lot with all them legs haa funny bugger he is..S OMuiri well i never did see a spider like that in dublin ..but only daddy long legs ..but its like a aussie spider ..something i see in the bush in the garden here..but great shot webbie thank you..ah jack 2 you could learn a lot from me as i have a better dublin accent than jack 1..he has a common one ..loud ..im soft spoken ..if you hand about with you know who you begain to sound like him ok ..im off to bed good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 30.09.2009 10:41

Phew, the view of the webmaster changed a lot during the last year. I remember him in another shape. Probably, he has to much work to clear. Poor Webbie...

Though, thanks, Webbie for the cleeks. I liked the film \"Commitments\" very much. They were all beginners at that time and Andrew Strong started his career then.

Phillis, how nice that I am one of your \'international fence friends\'. What a nice expression. As English isn\'t my native language I always try to \'collect\' nice/new English words and phrases. I wonder what time you are up. I guess the time zone of Texas is between Florida and Wyoming. So, you are a night owl, perhaps. hehehehe

To all the others...

Be back this evening...

phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 30.09.2009 07:55

Thanks for the info, Mr Mies. Good to learn something everyday. Wonderful \"girls day out\" yesterday. Three of us scampered through the southern part of Oklahoma. Beautiful countryside, lovely weather. Helped to ease my travel bug.



Jack 2, you got me. Too gullible, I went to cam5 expecting to see a photo of webbie...joke was on me. Not the webmaster I expected. LOL



Steph-WY must be milder than I thought. I expected there to be snow already. We get snow maybe twice a year. Around Feb