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Phillis Kirkpatrick-Kenne

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 08.09.2009 18:50

Love this site...
Patricia





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posted: 08.09.2009 17:09

Wot?!!!



Who missed what, our Webbie? Why are you starting Thanksgiving songs early?

P
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.09.2009 16:26

Yup it looks like a very happy dog on CAM5. My friend Chuck just got an English Setter pup, Molly she\'s only 8 weeks old. I haven\'t seen her yet, but if she hunts 1/2 as good as her dad she\'ll be great. Ruff, her dad is amazing to watch on point in heavy cover.

We had frost in some areas around here this morning. It was 39F at our house at 6:30AM, as I said fall is in the air. Fall is my favorite season, except it\'s followed by winter & that 4 letter word S**W
Patricia





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posted: 08.09.2009 14:45

Great cleeks, Webbie.

Now I can get down to the work of the day. Simply can\'t concentrate until I\'ve had my cleeks.

Have a good day.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 08.09.2009 14:04

I\'ve been looking at the wet sidewalks on the CAMS, and suddenly the sun came out. Beautiful. I must conclude that I brought the sunshine to Dublin today. You\'re welcome.

Love that happy dog on CAM 5. Looks like a setter, but isn\'t the right color. Has that setter attitude it seems, likes to play. If I had a nickel for every wet, slobbery dirty tennis ball I\'ve thrown for a setter, I\'d be a rich woman.

Our long Labor Day weekend is over here, it\'s back to business today, never mind that little tummy ache you\'ve got from eating too much picnic food yesterday. I couldn\'t resist the do-it-yourself fajitas, myself. Those were new on the covered dish menu for our gathering yesterday. Guacamole. Yum.

I\'m off to check out the cleeks, Webbie. Thank you, I\'ll be OK today.





  
Webmaster-Comment: .....phew!!!....that was close......she didn't notice.....lucky for me..........hehehhehe
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 08.09.2009 12:00

Hello chaps.

Looks like another rainy day in Dublin.

Murglin sort of day here, overcast and damp with a warm westerly breese and a short Indian summer forcast for the end of the week.

Liz - Hope you have a grand time at the wedding.

A clip in the ear hole - blimey I had a few of them from me dear ol\' ma - suppose I deserved them

Mr Mies - Wow didn\'t realise cougars were that common.

Patricia - Blue Ridge Mountains, just the name gives me goosbumps.

Been reading novels by James Lee Burke, the latest set in Montana and I\'m sure getting a hankering to see some of the places he writes about.

Nice pic on 5 love to see a dog having fun
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.09.2009 11:29

Well its my daughters big day tomorrow please god..yes married..so i have the pleasure of giving her away..i must say it was lovely to be asked..so jack old fella i wount be on my back you can bet your life on that..never was never will be...im off to bed now good night god bless all ..lots of love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 08.09.2009 06:59



Bless this House

Need I say more.
  
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.09.2009 03:48

The long weekend is almost done here, We worked on the shed & then the garage, getting rid of stuff that had accumulated over the last 41 years. The weather has changed from summer to fall overnight. Yesterday was shorts & t-shirt, today jeans & a long sleeved shirt. I\'m thinking a blanket on the bed tonight may be nice.

Liz & Steph-Hope you feel better soon.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2009 23:27

Good morning all .oh god miclin a man after me own heart..one who knows how to love and be loved..god bless ya..a lovely song oh but im liz not june haa no worries .jack one and 2 if you where both dogs you would have been put down long ago for being MAD..patrica yes they need a clip in the ear hole ..never too old for it them old men ..stephine i hope your feeling better soon ..ah god reghan said i had swine flu haa ..when i see her ill let her know ..love lizxxxx
Mr Mies





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posted: 07.09.2009 22:43

Mick-That\'s pretty much normal for them, they are very opportunistic & when hungry will attack prey that seem to be defenseless. There have been 3 children attacked in last 3 years,none serious. Odd that there was the sighting in Seattle & the attack on the same day 350 miles apart. The big problem is there is only so much habitat available & dominant males won\'t stand another male in his territory. So younger males get driven from one territory to the next until they wander into a town. Then they must be trapped & relocated, hopefully not into another males territory, or destroyed. People around here who live in our rural areas have learned to keep their children & pets close & indoors at night.

Pat-Not only crossed a railroad bridge, but traveled through or around several miles of suburbs. It could have came down the side of Puget Sound along the beaches, many miles of populated areas.
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 07.09.2009 20:21

Pat and all the others there, enjoy your holiday.

Another busy week for me. So, I don\'t know when I find time to come on here again. ...but I will muddle through...

Liz and Steph, I hope there\'s nothing serious and you will feel better soon.



Patricia





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posted: 07.09.2009 16:26

Yo, Micilin.

Liz will like that.

I\'m thinking of making a trip next month right up through those Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia to Baltimore. The Fall leaves are beautiful there along the Skyline Drive, and I haven\'t seen them for too long. You just have to try to do it at the right time to catch them at their scenic best. We\'ll see.

Don\'t work too hard, we\'re having a holiday today.

P

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 07.09.2009 16:20

Yo Patricia - Way to go.

No sitting on the fence with you gal.

Straight for the jugular.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 07.09.2009 16:18

Hello chaps

Just had a trawl back a coupla pages and saw Patricia wrote a bad word.

Mr Mies story about the Seattle cougar was on the BBC website.

Scary stuff about that young lad being attacked.

Is that normal behaviour for the cats or was he doing something to wind it up?

Mar - 20 years before the mast - no celebration just a coupla beers and a tot or two.

Saving the jukebox for when I retire 80 papers down the line.

Yes sirree podna, I\'m counting.
Patricia





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posted: 07.09.2009 16:15

Nah, Jack. My life is fine on all counts, including my sense of humor. I just don\'t think that making up a silly story like a 6 year old trying to be shocking is particularly funny.

Have a good sleep.

P

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 07.09.2009 15:53

Nice pic on 5

A song for Liz

In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia

On the trail of the lonesome Pine

In the pale moonshine our hearts entwine

Where you carved your name and I carved mine.



Oh, you - like the mountains are blue

Like the pine - I am lonesome for you

In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia

On the trail of the lonesome Pine.



On a mountain in Virginia stands a lonesome Pine

Just below is the little cabin home of a little girl of mine

Her name is June and very, very soon she\'ll belong to me

For I know she\'s waiting there for me \'neath that lone Pine tree.



  
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2009 15:11

i see the patty one still has not got any humor in her life yet well i am out of here to have a good sleep been driving a lot in the last few days





see you around exmas webbie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Ok Jack.......bring plenty of loot..........lorl
Denice

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 07.09.2009 14:56

Lovely views of Dublin. Great help for previewing trip locations. Thanks.
Patricia





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posted: 07.09.2009 14:23

Where\'s me cleeks, Webbie??!!

I\'m perishing here with the lack.

Are ye kidnapped again?

P
  
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Patricia





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posted: 07.09.2009 14:19

Hey, Steph, I hope your sinus infection is better, and I hope that you are better, too, Liz.

Some school here in the U.S., I forget where, had 2000 cases of probable swine flu within 10 days of opening. That\'s scary, I\'ll be getting my vaccination ASAP, and meantime extra hand washing and keeping hands away from your eyes and nose and mouth and staying out of crowds is the only thing you can do. It seems it will be a bad fall and winter for the that flu. Be careful.

Bye!

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 07.09.2009 14:03

Sure, sure, Jacks, the two of you. That\'s all very nice. Now run along and play.

Beautiful Wyoming shot on CAM 5, Kirsten Kjaer. Fabulous colors. Thank you.

It\'s Labor Day here, major holiday that marks the end of summer. Always a 3-day weekend, lots of traveling to big family picnics and cookouts. Traffic will be especially heavy here as it is also the weekend of the first football games for both of our local Universities. I must venture out in it later in the day, but I\'ll be practicing \"defensive driving\".

I read that Seattle cougar has been relocated back into the wilds, Mieses. Amazing that he ever got into a park that close to people, I think he had to cross some railway bridges and the like to do it, and was never seen.

I hope you are all having a nice Monday.

Pat

jack 1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2009 12:36

the lizzie one is going to the doctor on tuesday well he will have to get double pay for that day and a day off the next day
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2009 12:34

to the lizzie one i cought the moggies in a trap and shot them all wish it had been more and to jack 2 only got one with the truckie
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2009 11:47

Ah god he is back heven helps us ..if you kill any mogges ill kill you..ah your ugly anyway jack..so you got hom4e safe and well ..im off to bed now i had a fever all the weekend ..but please god i think its going ..ill see the doctor on tuesday please god..god night god bless all.love lizxxxx