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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 21.04.2009 01:25

Hello all! Gosh a week went by to fast for me. Pat, can I come shopping? Gosh I wish Uncle Sam would give me some money!!!

Well this weekend I\'m going on a vacation kind of. I get to take a test at 7:30 AM on Saturday, so I am a little worried. I get to spend the night in a motel room all by myself, no cat or dog! Just me and PIZZA!!!! Well anyways, summer is here right now, just had snow last week took photos will send to Webbie, off to pay the debtors.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Patricia





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posted: 20.04.2009 22:19

Just taking a breather here, I just got back from shopping in one town, and have to go to another in the other direction.

Don\'t tell Mies I said that about Auntie Dragon. She\'ll kill me. I don\'t think she\'s really like a dragon. Well, maybe a just a small dragon.

Now I\'m really runnin\'.

P
Patricia





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posted: 20.04.2009 22:14

Ha, I forgot about that, Mr. Mies. You can be Uncle St. George, and Mies would then be...errrrr...Auntie Dragon!

Runnin\'!

P
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.04.2009 21:38

Good morning all.a bit cool here at the moment at 7.30am..patrica reghan is grand she start back to school this morning ..thank you..yes the ckicks was great i injoyed the last night..before bed ..ah miclin there should be a dragon fight in england on thursday.please god...god my son stephen will be 33.then and he and his wife tania will have the scan done then also..see how the baby is going ..ah full day for them busy day here too ..love lizxxx;fl
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 20.04.2009 20:07

That was so nice to hear all the people speaking Irish. Thanks, Webbie, for the cleeks. The performances were great, too.

That\'s funny, Pat, \"Uncle George and the Dragon\". There is a similar couple in our neighbourhood... I will remember your advice with the newspapers when the frost comes in May. I have some special pieces of material to cover some plants but I always need more of them.

So far, just sunshine and blue sky. Perhaps the frost period will be missed this year.





Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 20.04.2009 18:52

Pat-That\'s the way it is at our house too
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.04.2009 18:44

Hey, Micilin...why no parties in the pubs? I thought St. George and the Dragon were patron saints of England, don\'t y\'all celebrate their day?

I had an elderly uncle and auntie, he named George and very mild mannered, and she a Doris and a terror, so of course, they were called \"Uncle St. George and the Dragon\". Just our way of paying respect to English tradition.

Nice cleeks, Webbie. Very Irish. Treasa, thank you for reminding him about the cleeks. I am afraid he is getting very forgetful which could be expected at the age of 98, but never mind, we\'ll help him along.

Liz, any thing new about our Reghan\'s health? We don\'t want that sweetie to be under the weather.

I\'m off to town to rip through the big grocery supermarket, got my list ready and everything. See Ya!

P
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 20.04.2009 16:12

Whatho chaps

Spiffing weather here too don\'t you know.

Lots of pics from Mar on the email - beach looks a bit too crowded for me.

Some great funnies from Mike too.

St George\'s Day on Thursday and I\'ll be flying the flag, but there won\'t be any parties in the pubs.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.04.2009 13:19

Hey jacck they made the pudding there i know ..so dont come that know all thing with me now ok love lizxxx
jack 1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.04.2009 13:09

just look at it the two scrubbers are getting on very well togather just like the hags with the bags on the quay

...well one knows the back lanes very well and it was duke lane off grafton st. where the rink was ans they did not make the black and white pudding in gramby lane the only made the sausages there now kath ie one might know all about coats as maybe her boyfriend was JONNEY FORTHY COATS AND THE LIZZIE ONE RAN AROUND WITH BANG BANG
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.04.2009 12:53

Ah kathleen i remember them now i tught there was something queer about them ..they still wear the coats..in that ozzie heat..sad hey..so when are you coming to meet them jack 1 said he got you in the lane behind the rink..where things that bad haaa ..god help ya..i dont think he went down gramby lane ..that was where they made the black and whit pudding ahhh god it was lovey...have a good day kathleen im off to bed now webbie you tubes are lovely thank you ..love lizxxx
kathleen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.04.2009 12:11

Listen here you pair of rubber necks.Your the same pair that spend time in borstal,I know your kind and Elizabeth that same pair turned out to be bi-sexual.They should call themselves the bananna bunch.They also wear large crombie overcoats big enough to cover a corpse.they both have nick name,eyes in the pint as they have a glass eyes
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.04.2009 12:10

Hi treasa thank you reghan will be back to school on tuesday please god..she misses it te other kids ..she is better thank god..haa patrica i laught at the kerry summer..yes thats good old ireland ..aufull..mr mies good you injoyed your fishing even doh you did not fish ..at least some fishe lived lolim off to bed now..good night god bless all love lizxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.04.2009 09:56

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.04.2009 07:26

Morning folks.

It REALLY is a very sunny day here today, and I hope Mark is out with his camera these days getting great shots. Wall to wall blue skies, every tree and bush in the countryside is in bloom, and the grass is getting high.

Annette, glad things were not too bad with the operation..

Liz, hope Reghan continues to get better.. Is she back in school??

Patricia, Mies, Mr.Mies, Stephanie, Mar, Micilin, Mike in Ca, Gary, and everyone else have a great week.

Take care, catch you all later

Treasa

Ca bhfuil Webbie?? Ta se as lathair ar fadh cupla la anois... Agus nil aon cleeks again.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 20.04.2009 06:56

Pat-I\'ve heard that the bass like the garlic flavor worms. It\'s not the best choice for walleyes though. I\'ll stick to a piece of nightcrawler or a Berkley Gulp minnow or floating leech.
Patricia





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posted: 20.04.2009 02:30

Ah, the Grand Canyon on CAM 5, it is a wonder. Thanks, Debi Crews.

Hey, Mr. Mies, does anybody out there fish with garlic juice injected gummy worms? My son-in-law was talking about it, he fishes mostly for largemouth bass and he wants to try it, says he hears the fish love it. Sounds weird to me, but fishermen will try anything they hear about, won\'t they?

Hope Y\'all have a good week.

P

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 20.04.2009 02:15

Nice pictures on CAM5 the last few days, I never had a chance to look at them until today.

A nice day here today, a little overcast, but pleasant. I worked on the stage most of the day, it has to be ready in 2 weeks & needed a few repairs, a design change or 2, & some cleaning. Caleb pitched in & we got most of it done.

Annette-I gave the fish a chance, but taught Mike a new presentation to use & it worked very good for him. We were just practicing catch & release anyway.
Patricia





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posted: 19.04.2009 22:59

That\'s a SUNNY day in Kerry on CAM 5, Mark Westlake??!!! No wonder poor Treasa complains. I can\'t imagine what a rainy day would be like in Kerry. Pitch black? Hehehehehe. Interesting pic.

Treasa calls those rays of sunlight slipping through clouds like that \"God rays\", and they are just like what is painted in middle ages religous paintings.

Annette, if you know a frost is coming on the Saint\'s frost days in May, can you cover up your tender plant shoots? Even a couple of layers of newspaper laid loosely over them and weighted down with stones at the edges can help. I\'ve done that for sprouted seedlings with a late frost. You need to take the newspapers off very early the next morning. It\'s worth trying.

I\'m off for a late supper, I\'ll check back later.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.04.2009 21:19

Good morning all..ah annette i hope your feeling better soon please god.ah mr A he is a good man ..i hope hhis cooking teast good...take care ok..oh jack 1..ah you dont know kathleen..she is a grand girl..like all us dubs..ah another lovely day here thank god a nip in the morning but not cold..it warms up soon ..its only a nip..love lizxxx
Annette





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posted: 19.04.2009 19:59

The nature also exploded here around within the last ten days. It was very warm for this time of the year (20C/68F-25C/77F)and on last Thursday we got rain. A soft and constant rain for about 24 hours. The soil was dried out and soaked the water up like a sponge. It\'s great outside now but many flowers and plants are sprouted too far and maybe we will have a last frost in the middle of May (called \'Eisheilige\'-\'Frost Saints\' and it\'s a period in May with increased likelihood of night frost falling on the feast days of certain saints).

Great photos on the Cam the last days. Would like to travel right now.

Have a nice start into the new week all.



Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 19.04.2009 19:59

Hello everyone, I\'m slowly coming up to the surface again. My surgery wasn\'t too uncomfortable, Pat, but as always in such a case, you need some time to find back to yourself. And to know that there will be another two surgeries during the course of this year already makes me nervous. But I really made Mr. A cook for us and just relaxed on the sofa.

Mieses, I already have an implant. I will write you a mail about my experience. Mr. Mies, sounds as if you had a great time. Some fish will be happy that you only watched them.

Liz, I would paint your rooms pink, too. Mar, doesn\'t have to love them. Tell me when Mike CA is ready with the painting work. Then I\'ll come over to check if he did it right. hehehehe

Treasa, that must be a lovely sight in your area now. I tried to imagine all the colours. Fortunately I can\'t smell the slurry...

Green and Envious

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 19.04.2009 16:25

It\'s nice to check on the Dublin weather. We hope to get back soon! Miss it. Thanks for the site.



Bancroft Ontario Canada

garydNgoodole'dunmore

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 19.04.2009 14:12

Morning 2 all:10:10 AM here. A bit overcast w/rain called for over the next 18 hrs or so. 10c/52f.Grass already needs a trim.Spring may have finally sprung in these parts,but other parts of the US seems to be in full blizzard mode.Getting ready for the 11 mass,then off to an early dinner for an award my youngest one received.God bless all who visit this site.Hope all have a gr8 week ahead. garydNgoodole\'dunmore,pa. YEW S aaaayyyyy
jack the blaggard

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.04.2009 13:48

who is this katty one hay there lizzie maybe i had her up in the back row at the kenilworth or maybe i gave her a lift on my cross bar from the skating rink might have met her in mugs alley what do you think ?????? does she think she is a toughy from stanaway road could not match you from the hill YOU ARE THE GREATEST IN THE RING