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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 05.04.2009 11:10

Oh jack 2 you wount get much from ould jack..he has to keep his muth tight real hard or he will suffer he knows that..ok ..oh i did not come on a ship .i flew out..and payed my own way ....so there ..and what ever you want to know ..haa well you wount...im off to bed now good night god bless all,.love lizxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 05.04.2009 05:17

Nice shot on CAM5 today Eamon, is that your dog? He looks very happy.

It\'s been a busy day here today, finally spring, 59F with scattered clouds. I got the driveway & all 3 trucks pressure washed. The de-icing chemicals they use here really gum up the finish on your vehicle if it sets to long.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.04.2009 04:57

Hi Eamon that is one lovely dog he looks like he had a good swim and his own pool haa its lovely thank you love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.04.2009 04:53

Hello all being ive beeing away over the weekend up the sunshine coast with the out riggers..i must say the waters was very heavy ..we did not get out far but all is safe thank god..but on the way i got a great phone call.mt son stephen ..his wife tania is going to have their first baby on 12th dec please god..its great news ..more money i have to spend hhaaaaa i love it..yes i hope all is well thank god love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 04.04.2009 23:39

Ha, great shot, Eamon. Sweet old dog. Thanks for that. I\'m glad you got the POD fixed, Webbie. I was starting to go into a real decline about that broken POD.

I\'m back from Wakulla Springs, amazed all over again at Nature, it\'s one of the biggest and deepest springs in the world, cold and crystal clear. Great old lodge there, too built in the 1930s, very elegant Florida-Spanish red clay roof architecture, long legged waterbirds on the wrought iron railings. Built by Ed Ball, an early Forida tycoon, related to the DuPonts.

Great live music, bluegrass and a boy flute player named Jonny Lipford who is making quite a name for himself on the Native American flute, composes music and plays it beautifully.Some of it sounds almost like Irish music. You can go hear it on his website www. (and his name) .com.

Brought home a trailing verbena plant for my garden (Pink...sorry, Mar), and a powerful need for a quiet evening.

Y\'all be good.

Pat



Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv
posted: 04.04.2009 22:45

Lizzie I am going out with Jack 1 to-day,we are going down to Mandurah for a little while,so I will be quizzing him about you to find out if you were a good girl before you left Ireland on the sailing ship in 1876
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 04.04.2009 22:28

Following protracted negotiations and the involvement of the Labour Relations Committee, I am pleased to inform you that the POD will resume at it\'s regular time.

We regret any inconvenience caused to our patrons.
d kelly

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.04.2009 15:58

hope to see
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 04.04.2009 11:54

That is quite wonderful about Mark Westlake\'s pics, Webbie, and a well-deserved honor.

Will somebody tell us how to go view them on our own screens, please?

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: I hope I am right with this - Kodak feature the pic
HERE
and it is also featured on one of the cams at
Times Square Cams .
It pans to the Kodak Cam.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.04.2009 11:15

Mark Westlake will have two of his photos featured on the Kodak Picture of the Day on Times Square shortly.

\"Mercy\" will appear on Palm Sunday, April 5 and

\"Winter Comes to Kerry\" will be April 24.

Well done Mark.
`d kelly

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.04.2009 10:31

hope i get a good view
Patricia





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posted: 03.04.2009 23:39

Wot??!!!

No new pic on CAM 5? Bummer. My life is ruined.

Nice pic of Arlington that\'s still there, Mr. Richnavsky. That is a sacred and beautiful place. Thank you.

I\'ll be back later.

P

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.04.2009 21:34

Due to matters outside the control of management there may be an interruption to the POD service. We are working to try and resolve this situation so please bear with us. We will keep you informed.
Patricia





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posted: 03.04.2009 15:37

Well, it is almost the weekend. I have to go over to the next county tomorrow, there is a big festival at Wakulla Springs and my organization will have a table there to promote conservation issues in Florida and I have to man it in the afternoon. Or will that be womaning it? Lots of crafts and festival food and music and exhibits and kids running around with painted faces and running into people you haven\'t seen for ages, I really enjoy those events. You can google \"Wakulla Springs\", it is a first magnitude spring, and pretty interesting itself.

OK, I\'m off to do some of the work that\'s waiting for me, I hope you all have a nice weekend.

Pat



Patricia





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posted: 03.04.2009 15:21

Treasa, it is really a strange and somehow disquieting thing to watch when part of your house gets dismantled around you. Aren\'t you lucky to have such a good crew doing it, that kind of care on a job is practically unheard of these days. Did you take any photos of the work in progress? Did you find any old coins or anything interesting in the walls? Hurry up with the rest of the story!

dennis searl

Location:
Canada - British Columbia


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posted: 03.04.2009 14:58

very cool site
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 03.04.2009 14:53

Mornin\'...

Beautiful, sunny day here after several days of gloom and thunderstorms. We have local flooding, and some roads are closed, not to mention power outages for 8000 last night, but down to about 3000 this morning. I had flickering lights yesterday, and mostly kept things unplugged because of the electical storms, didn\'t really know how bad it was locally until this morning. Especially since I never actually lost electricity when this county is usually the worst in the state for having that happen. At any rate, nobody has been hurt, thank God, and I don\'t have to go into town today. That\'s good because one of my main routes of travel is closed for several miles, with a downed tree wrapped with electric lines across it. Unfortunately, that doesn\'t mean I have no work to be done!
Annette

Location:
Germany


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 03.04.2009 09:24

Treasa, I like your chimney story and it seems you had the right touch with your builders... AND you chose the right time to do it. It\'s nice to hear you had a longer period of sunshine and so I hope the rain will leave you soon again.

Have a nice Friday all. I have to go to work in an hour and don\'t want to. The sun and my garden are luring... *sigh*



Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.04.2009 07:29

More stories about the fireplace to continue....

Hi to everyone, hope you are all well.

Webbie, I was trying to open Mark\'s \'beautiful Sunday\', a few pages back, but it wouldn\'t open for me.......

I\'ll keep trying.

Take care everyone, catch you all later.
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Not sure what the problem might be Treasa but it may be the size of the file (24.6 MB). We can test that theory. The first video below is 10 MB smaller. And the second is the one which wont load for you. Let me know how it goes.
Relax the Kerry Way
Sweet Sunday
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.04.2009 07:29

When they knocked the old chimney, the rubble was taken out through the roof, and was not just thrown in a pile in the yard.... no sir, it was piled neatly on a sheet of ply, to wait for removal, and when it was removed, the yard was swept clean so not even a pebble remained.

They had to knock off the finished wall in the hallway of the house (because the dampness had come down there), and finish it in the new. Well, when I got home from work, the hallway was swept clean, and apart from the obvious dust which was inevitable, and the lovely new section of finished wall, you would not know anything had taken place. They are what is known in Irish terms as \'tasty workers\'.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.04.2009 07:28

Yes Patricia, the chimney saga has a good ending. Thing is, when you start a job it leads on to other jobs... and now the whole house has to be repainted...

The builders who came to our rescue are 4 brothers each of whom has a different trade, and each of them is a master of his trade. They have been working together for over 30 years, initially with their father who was also a builder. They just work so well together and compliment each other fully.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 03.04.2009 07:27

Morning everyone,

Something unusual here this morning... RAIN. We can\'t complain really because we have had some wonderful weather for the past few weeks.

to Sean. I always seem to be late for birthdays!!! Anyway, Sean hope you had a great day, and hope the babies are doing well. You will have a busy time being a grandad.

Liz, hope Martina is doing well, and also little Sean, who is now getting bigger by the day I suppose.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 02.04.2009 22:46

Good morning all and sean fada to you old fella haa have a hayy birthday and injoy them babies ok ..how are they..ill be back later on keep well everyone my sean will be over soon oh he has a fada ..love lizxxx
Mar





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posted: 02.04.2009 21:16

I\'m actually sleeping over the laptop, but I couldn\'t go to bed without saying it:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SEAN!!!! I hope you had a great day full of cards, cake and gifts. Take care and today more than ever, have all the fun you can, ok?

Off to bed, I\'ll be here longer tomorrow, enjoy your Friday!
Annette

Location:
Germany


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 02.04.2009 19:50

SEAN, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Ohhh, Mick, what a nice poem. I love my sparrows and I always feed them in winter. So I have them around the whole year. I was out and looked for their nests and as usually they build them on pretty dangerous places. One is in the gutter and will be washed out with the next heavy rain. There is a second one under the roof top that will stay a bit longer. But there is also a blackbird that is keen on that place and often clears all the twigs to build an own nest there.

Phone is ringing...