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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.08.2009 11:16

Hi all its been a busy day so ill say good night god bless to all love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.08.2009 04:08

G\'day all.im late but yes its been busy right now..patrica its a sad thing the whole family .its real sad i guess we will see it later on tv also..oh its lazy day .haa love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 29.08.2009 17:22

I just watched Teddy Kennedy\'s Funeral Mass, live in Boston. President Obama spoke very eloquently. All very moving, may he Rest in Peace. Amen.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.08.2009 14:03

Hi jim ah god man your slacking on the job about phil but ill forgive ya ..ok for now that is..ah yes patrica lives in finglas ..she has been there years now..sorry thats phil sister ..not you patrica ,..oh im sleepy ..im off to bed now good night god bless all ..lots of love lizxxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.08.2009 02:54

There was a very large landslide on Tuesday on Lake Roosevelt, where I fish walleyes mostly. It was across the river from Porcupine Bay Campground & the wave destroyed most of the docks there. Even worse it completely cover the Blue Creek Campground, both are closed now & are always very, very busy on Labor Day weekend which is next weekend. The Blue Creek Campground was on the Spokane Indian Reservation & luckily was not occupied when it happened. Only one person was slightly injured when the 6\' high wave crossed the lake & hit the Porcupine docks.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.08.2009 02:41

Evening all or whatever wherever you are. Oh Boy!! The end of a long, long week. Tomorrow is our CAST For Kids event, where we take handicapped kids out fishing. It\'s been a strain this year getting kids signed up. The Shrine Hospital here has had 3 recreation directors since November & just laid off 19 people so at the last moment they backed out. Then the plaques were sent back to the factory, UPS couldn\'t find us. Western States has only been there for 56 years & they found us everyday for everything else.

Mies has been working on the landscaping around the shed & was stung yesterday 2 more times by wasps. I found a large nest under our deck tonight, they are BAD this year.
Jim

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.08.2009 01:30

Patricia I am in total agreement with you about zoos. Surely they\'re not even needed for educational purposes in this day and age.

Ellen wrote a lovely tribute to Chris on the blog earlier. And my son filmed the area of where Chris was born and where we all played as kids.... Liz too. I wonder will anyone spot O\'Sheas and of course the home of our own GB.

Good news for Liz tonight. As you might know I\'m on first name terms with ol\' Inch High PI. Well he hasn\'t been idle. He\'s currently in discussion with Phil\'s brother in law, and with Phil\'s sister who lives in Finglas. I wouldn\'t be at all surprised if an announcement was made here fairly soon.

Are ya listening Liz?

Night all.
  
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Diane Dillon

Location:
USA - North Carolina


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posted: 29.08.2009 00:43

Am looking for Dillons thoroughout the country. . .hope to visit next July. . .would like to chat with any Dillons and would like a location of Dillons Pub. My Grandfather would have been proud.

Diane Dillon
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.08.2009 23:41

Good morning al ice tea coming up now mies and anyone elce like some ..a drop of the dunes in it hey a good drop..ah annette mr A he is like my fella the winnings i got them its nice ..more photos please ..ok if i could sing i would but what the song i cant place it please mies haa a man in a tong ..good god and they let him go about like that ..at least jonny forthy coats he was dressed .but in dublin he had no choice he would be frozen to death..love lizxxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 28.08.2009 16:44

Hi all...

Webbie, thanks for pointing out the SHOCKINGthings that happen in Tallahassee. Now you see why people there have that \"Cracker\" nickname

Pat, I agree with you completely about caged animals. It\'s a selfish thing to keep them just for human\'s own pleasure or even for research. Even the rescue, treat and release may be wrong. Maybe, things should be left to nature\'s way. When you interfere with Mother Nature there always seems to consequences down the line somewhere.

Annette, we enjoy your photos so keep on snappin\' away. Mick, you too, one of my favorite photo\'s of yours is the bird with it\'s prey and OF COURSE, Seamus in his devil costume.

Going to be a hot one today so better get started early. Liz, I may need \"ice\" tea today
Annette





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:47

But... I got something nice in return for that trouble. Mr A took part in a photo competition last June. He won several prizes the years before but this time I got his prize. He won a pretty classy camera and I could talk him into giving it to me. We got it last week and I tried it with the dog photos. Now, you won\'t be able to cope with all the photos that I send you. hehehehe

Mick, I\'m not sure if it\'s also \'all-singing, all-dancing\'. I\'ll tell you later. Enjoy your long weekend...

...and have a nice weekend all.



Annette





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:47

Chuck Berry, The Band, Eric Clapton and the musicians around...what great performers they are! I couldn\'t keep my feet still. Listened to the music several times while doing some other work. Thanks, Webbie. Mr A will like it, too.

Another sunny and warm day here today. Our weather is very nice for weeks. I enjoy it much and hope it will be nice a little longer. Treasa wasn\'t on here to tell us how the weather in Kerry is. Perhaps she is already preparing her trip to the USA.

I had a great day with Franka in Dresden but after that a very busy week. I had pretty much trouble with the tax office and had to spend hours to phone and clear some questions. It\'s just tiring when you have to do the same things twice simply because people carelessly lose your papers.

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 28.08.2009 15:46

Well done, Pat. ♥ ♪♫

I would like to sing with you...

Over hillways up and down

Myrtle green and bracken brown

Past the shelling through the town

All for sake of Marie...

Does anyone want to sing with us?

Paticia





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:29

Hmmmm. I went away from the GB this morning, but I couldn’t keep my mind on my work, and had to come back in to comment.

Earlier, I looked at CAM 5 with the owl behind bars and with wire screen over his cage so he can’t fly away, as he would if he could. Good photo, Sonya Nic Rafferty. It haunts me. The hooting of the free owls in nature near my rural home puts me to sleep every night. I’ll not hear them again without remembering this caged creature.

My thinking about zoos and nature parks has changed, over time. I used to love them, took my kids to see the animals up close…thought it educational for children. I’ve begun to weigh that educational value against the loss of freedom and a natural life for the caged ones…and caging any critter only for that comes in a poor second, though those facilities do a much better job for the inmates than they used to.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:29

Cont.

There are rehabilitation facilities, where animals are kept only if they can’t be cured and released back into the wilds, there are scientific study facilities that add to our medical knowledge for humans and animals, there are places that keep species in order to keep them from going extinct. I think they are sad, but justified. And to hell with my kids getting to see nature up close…it isn’t nature, or natural, and it may very well be incredibly cruel.

OK, that’s off my mind. I’m off to work.

Y’all Take Care.

Pat

Patricia





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:25

No problem, Micilin. I didn\'t mean to be seeming smarmy or superior over showing the pics of beautiful natural rural Florida, it\'s God\'s gift, and we are lucky that it\'s our home and that ordinary people can enjoy it.

You get over that fear of flying and come over, I\'ll help you see it for yourself.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 28.08.2009 15:12

Ha ha. Yep, the \"Thong Man\" or \"Mr. Speedo\" has been around for some time. I\'ve seen him several times, riding his bike around town. I wondered when he would be arrested.

There used to be a man around town on street corners, wearing a big crown and a long royal cloak with a fur edging, handing out tracts about the end of the world. Harmless, everybody liked him, just a local character not quite right in the head, like Dublin\'s Johnny Forty-coats. Mr. Speedo has a high likely-hood of causing trafic accidents, though. It\'s quite startling to run across him while driving. Hehehehehe.

P
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 28.08.2009 15:09

Whatho chaps

Well that\'s it the long summer school hols are over and I should have a full staff again on Tuesday so things should start to get back to some semblance of normalcy - hectic as opposed to manic.

It\'s another bank holiday weekend and I gotta say I\'m looking forward to three days away from this darn desk even if there are 101 chores around King Towers.

Perhaps I\'ll have a chance to get out and about with my new all-singing, all-dancing camera.

Patricia - Hope you don\'t think I was being personal about your relatives\' finances, I have nothing but admiration for anyone who works hard to make a comfortable life for themselves.

Have a good weekend y\'all.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.08.2009 14:30

......strange people in Tallahassee...lorl







\"TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A 55-year-old man known for biking around Tallahassee wearing nothing but a thong is facing a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for exposing himself.\"
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 28.08.2009 13:44

It\'s a good thing you didn\'t listen to the cleeks, Liz. You\'d never have gone to sleep.

Yah-hoo. 7 minutes of Chuck Berry, anybody doing \"Dixie\", and Eric Clapton, the king...I\'m wired, now. Thanks, Webbie.

I\'m off to start the weekend. Y\'all have a good one.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.08.2009 11:20

No clicks tonight webbie ah you want to keep me awake all the time..this old women need her beauty sleep..you know ..lol im off to bed now good night god bless lots of love lizxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.08.2009 09:26

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.08.2009 07:52

....it\'s just a go-slow with Cam 5. Industrial Action will terminate at 230pm approx. All will be fine then until the next upheaval....lol
  
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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.08.2009 20:52

Good morning all..on this another winters day full of sunshine and warm..patrica ah thats was nice that song ..now please record it im sure you have a lovely voice..love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 27.08.2009 14:23

Pretty shot on CAM 5, Eamon, the Mountain Ash tree stands out beautifully against that misty mountain landscape in the distance. I didn\'t know \"Mountain Ash\", and googled it, it is the same as the fabled \"Rowan\", the \"tree of the Druids\". You plant one near your house to keep away spirits, and on a grave to keep the occupant from rising. The wood is used traditionally for window and door lintels for spiritual reasons as well.

\"Cheeks as bright as Rowans are,

Brighter far than any star,

Fairest of the fair you are, That\'s the toast for Marie.\"

Now we\'ll see if Annette thinks I sang that song correctly. Hehehehehe.

Everybody have a nice day!

Pat