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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 09:42

hi webbie im looking at cam 1 the loop line bridge i use to love going to bray on that line.but i see as i think is high rise on the other side of the liffy.are they flats or what.its a good clear cam today.its a pity its not bigger.but thank u its good see the mens labour exchange oh its a aufull place.take care webbie love lizxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......lots of huge buildings there now.......that I can take a pic of easily.......and the Labour Exchange is no more.........it was bought by some religious group who will turn it into a church.........one of the new sects......
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 09:34

hi all its almost 7 30 pm nice and warm.i see its raining again in dublin.its a pity,such a nice city.g\'day gerry are u ok ur busy planing the big trip it would be lovely.we wount drink canada dry but dublin.hey mate.patrica hello still a busy little bee.i went out with reghan and her mam today it was lovely we got her a pair of baby shoes.she wants to be on her feet a lot now.she has a baby walker it helps her to get about more.she trys to run over the cat or dog.she is 11 months old this month.great baby.stephine how are u here is ur sun big smile good.joann im glad u like mine and webbies chat its good.as he is very older than me he has more to tell and its all true.take care love lizxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 05:22

charlie if i could i would send u some photos they are good love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 05:20

hi charlie.looked at ur photos they are good sorry i did not see any here i know.next holiday get a digital camera ah they are great.i live in redcliffe its a lovely place.call in.i have some photos of bryon bay its lovely too,thank you so much,love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 19.01.2005 02:11

Hi, Charlie...

Lovely pic of the moon. I looked at your Ossie pics (about half of them, I\'ve got some work I\'ve got to go do and will go back later. Very nice. Looks like some good fun times.

No, I think Webbie is trying to get us to go to a place in Ireland called the \"Yak Hotel and Restaurant\" rather than O\'Sheas...I\'ve got some qualms! He invited Liz to bring some \"grass\" for the cows? Maybe I had a brain-glitch, but I think that\'s the case. We\'d better check it out.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....and ya'll didnt see the cow resting on the side-walk..........didnt look hungry tho but Liz will bring some lush grass just in case..........eheheheheh
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 01:59

Patrica is webbie talking about the Yak hotel and restaurant in one of my photos? If so it\'s about an 8 hour bus ride and a 10 day walk to about 4000 metre alt from Kathmandu!!!!!!!!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....the very one.......I'm looking for a sample menu from them.......and a listing of the artists who will be performing.....
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.01.2005 01:49

Yes, Webbie, where is that Seoirse? I need to tell him that the 5:30 news on Channel 6 said that it was 50F in Tally, and 43F in Jax, and that it will be in the high 20\'sF tonight, both places. This is called \"wear-your-fuzzy-socks-to-bed\" weather in Tally. My fuzzy socks are pink, but I think Mr. S\'s aren\'t.

Webbie, I am not so sure about the \"Yak Hotel and Restaurant\". Can you give us a little more information about accommodations at this place? Don\'t mean to be overly fastidious, but \"posh\" is not a word that comes to mind when hearing about a place called \"Yak\".

Otherwise, trip sounds wonderful. I think.

See ya.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Katmandu.....ya'll are not looking closely at those pix........this hotel has got running water and all.....ya can hear it from the back-door on a quiet day....ehehehehhehehe

Think Seoirse is hiking to there at the moment to check out the accommodation......lol
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 01:41

Me again Liz. WE loved it down there. We were thinking of setteling there to retire, but in the end we felt it was a bit far and a lot of travel to come and go now and them to visit the kids(27,25,23 and 21 on april 1st) and the grand kids(7,3 and the new one) it\'s only a 2.5 hour flight to here from dublin and we can get flights for around 40 to 70 euro. I\'m going back to Nepal october 06 with my son Cathal and one of my brother in laws, the last time I went on my own. Cathy and our other son are thing of going back to oz while I\'m away and Rita the wife of the brother in law will be going with them. I will be in Nepal for about 6 weeks I dont know long the others are staying in oz for, probably the same length of time. Well did you get to see the pics?
  
Webmaster-Comment: Charlie you ahve the life of O'Reilly and me still working away trying to keep the wolf from the door. Best of luck to you.....
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 01:29

Hi Liz, Try this and let me know if you get to see ozzie photos.

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Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks for those.......saw them.....nice pics too..........think I recognised one pic.....I'm sure thats one of me seagulls from the roof.......he'll be back later in the year I bet.....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 23:33

g\'day charlie.oh how could i forget that dublin 10 my friend lived there old age.i would like to see ue ossie photos im sure they are lovelypoor webbie its age has got to him we weill have to go easy on the little bugger.u did like oz when u where here charlie,it is a lovely place.ill be going to sydney in a fwe weeks to see my brother and son.ive not been there since 1982 i lived there for 8 yearsits a lovely place too but weather wise queensland is better.i live in finnigan st here.only 70 houses here only opened just over 2 years ago.i lived in clontarf before that.i looke foeward to seen ur snaps love lizxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....now Liz your gone all posh too......out in Clontarf....ehehehehehhe....lovely spot......when the wind is not coming from a particular direction.....
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 22:02

Mornin Liz. D10 = Ballyfermot.

Listen............did ya hear it? I think webbie has the fiddle out playing dem fairy tales of Ireland. Getting a bit windy here now! I found the ozzie photos but I have to scan them in, not good photos realy, mostly junk but we\'ll see what we can get out of them. I\'ll scan them 2moro after noon when I get in from work.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehhe.....how is it that no one ever believes a word from me ......baddddddd
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 21:08

hi to of the morning ti ya all.im running late got up at 6 30 am.being lazy.ha that silver spoon it fell out when i was born.i found it in oz doh.ah yes the good old days i remember the mail horses running down summerhill, but when the ice on the roads oh the poor horse would slip.and the 23 bus from ballybouch to the park i use to keep me penny for it.no tv only radio run on a battery i use to take it to clitons to recharge it each week.it was fun.the glass on ur feet no i did have shoes.ontill i grew up now i cant get me size.i take a size 5.dublin 10 wheres that now.stephine yes webbie is not telling fibs now.so he must be very old now just talking about them days im feeling old too.oh no queen waves in dublin right webbie.we shout to keep warm.love u all be back later love lizxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....sure I remember Liz when ya wouldnt see a woman in a pub.....ya could go in and have a pint in peace and smoke yer pipe to your hearts content...........and not be annoyed at all at all......dem days are gone......*sigh*......and ya cant get the single stout anymore either.......
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 16:43

Sorry webbie, the \"Q\" in Quinta should in Capital!

try again
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....ok C.......got it this time...........very nice....no sign of the moon over here yet......
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 18.01.2005 16:40

Wow...this place is busy busy busy.



DUBLIN IN MARCH!!

I\'m practicing my parade wave as we speak...you know for that float ride into Dublin.

**adjusts royal crown**



Charlie..wonderful pictures. National Geographic indeed! I love the shots of the little villages from the hilltops.

Stephanie, looking forward to seeing your artwork.

Pat, I\'m not up on the digital cameras either. When I get my photos developed I get them put on a disc and then I load them in the computer. One day I\'ll enter into this century.

Liz and Webbie...I\'m enjoying reading about your memories of Dublin.

Hello to Gary D, Seoirse, the missing Brian and all the rest.



JoAnn
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmmmmm....never thought of the waving to the crowds.......might put a pole in the centre of the trailer so ya'll can stand up and wave....now why didnt I think of that before now.......we could detour via Raheny and have all Liz's and Gerry's neighbours out to welcome us by.....and maybe a photo-shoot in St Annes Park.........and then only a short hop back up to the Phoenix Park to meet an Uachtarain Mary McAleese. I might get Bertie to come along as well. We might even pick Zardos up on the way at the mouth of the Liffey. That be Day 1....ehehehehhe
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 15:58

Hi Stephaine, we were just talking \'bout the good ould days. if we stuck broken glass in the soles of our feet that would keep the feet up and out of the snow an ice and gave good grip. Just got a packet of sweets in post from home, webbie do you remember Bassett\'s Refreshers? I just love them, sorry I\'m keeping them all for myself,nearly all gone now. Jam jars, yea we could\'nt even spell jam!
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....Charlie dont be trying to put a date on me........97 on the 23 December...thats me......I remember the bon bons.....We mostly got our refreshments in those days in the fields........cucky sally (sp) was my favourite......used like the dandelion milk as well...sometimes we would light a fire and boil a few nettles.........great stuff that....
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.01.2005 15:41

You guys make me feel bad. Glass and twigs wrapped around your feet. I truely hope this isn\'t true!!! Webbie, I hope you could have found newspaper instead of twigs.

On a better note, Gerry we have an Airport here in Riverton, just land the plane in March I\'ll bring the party. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches sound good everyone for a snack?

Charlie it was the first Nepal photo on Photobucket.

Liz, I can\'t believe Webbie wants to herd us like cows, gee no respect! Maybe if it is a float for a parade and we have the royal crowns on our heads it wouldn\'t be too bad, but no old trailer!

Hi to Hussen also!



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Steph....you can clearly see that the older ppl, like myself, had a hard life while you youngsters have it all cushy and easy. To boil a kettle in the mornings before we went to school we used rise at 430 to get the fire lit and get the pot boiling....that wasnt easy....there was no television or radio either so we had to run down to the village to see if there was any news of of things happening in the next parish. But we were hardy then. Course Charlie had it a lot easier than me cuz they had the crystal sets and got the world news.....When the televison came out we didnt believe it and you'd see us checkin the abck of the set to see were there ppl hiding in it........Changed times......
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 15:39

webbie, I give up! Lovely half moon in clear blue sky out my back, so I shot it, can you see it in 01?

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Webmaster-Comment: .....dunno what I am doing wrong here........wheres Seoirse.........can see the space after 1950 and deleted it but still can't get it to open......grrrr......
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 13:35

Hi webbie, I remember when we were kids, in the winter we used to stick glass in our bare feet to keep off the cold snow an ice, it also stoped us from slipping! That was in D10.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....oooh that was the posh Dublin southside.....we didnt even ahve glass in the northside....we used cut small branches off the hawthorn bushes and wrap them around our toes and try and run that way.....like on our tippy-toes.......'twasnt easy...but sure what could we do......we couldnt afford the glass.....any jam-jars we had me mum and dad used keep for the visitors who came up from the country to drink out of......dem were the days.....
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 12:09

hi charlie the photos are good but cold to look for long.get the ozzie ones now thats better. injoy ur walk mate.webbie no the one im talking about is pairc lein.in english its lane park.just 12 houses on it the rest of the houses u have to cross harmonstown road.do u know therei know the 42b bus went there.i use to get away with half fare when i was 21.i was young looking then im off to bed now with me dogs.cats are outside. take care all webbie thank u love lizxxxxx
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 11:53

That photosite is good and it\'s free! Got the pics with a kodac dc290 an a 64mb card.

Cons Cameras charged 1 punt per shot to print and 6 punts for a copy on cd. price has come down alot since then. The selfservice machines we have now are great and so cheap. When I think what I paid I feel like takeing it out on his window but that was then so I suppose????????

Liz I have some Aussie ones, might see can you guess where they were taken, but I have to find then first, ok? Going to walk down to the town (Ferragudo) to the post office and have a coffee. byeee,
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....had a look a the specs on the camera......very good.....they seem now to have moved up like the pc's......7 or 8 mill megapixels.....and you also got the optical zoom
charlie





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posted: 18.01.2005 11:15

See the ould sod is going metric road speed signs soon, that should b good. When going left hand drive, if ever?
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....naaaa...just the measurements........they'd have to turn the roads around to do that....and put the bends going the other way....eheheheheh
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 18.01.2005 11:08

Mornin all. See the weather in 01 not the best. Airport closed 4 a while snow an ice. Love to walking hills from Glendalough to Glenmalur, now that wood b good!!!!!!!!!!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: .;....very strong winds......but the sun is shining now....
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 10:55

webbie that football feild is outside where i used to live.and my cousin lives there also.in number 4.there use to be all trees there when i first lived there it was lovely.but the last train use to stop at 11 pm as there was no buses at the time.because it was all new.great then but now i dony know love lizxxxx oh charlie lovely photos good on ya mate.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Liz.....very few are born with silver spoons in their mouths and those who are generally pay for it in later times......sure when we were young we had no shoes or socks......and no wellingtons either........we used get fed once a week on a Friday night when me dad came home from the pub with his wages of 2shillings. He used also bring the loaf of bread with him so we'd have a big mug of tea between 10 of us and half a loaf and sure we wouldnt call the Queen our aunt......now dont start not believin me......theres enough out there who think I'm a chancer.........lorl......

The football field is on that road.....Edenmore Rd....think it is a Corporation football field.....its on the left hand side as you head down towards Tonlagee Rd...its the St Josephs side of the river...or stream....there are a lot of houses then on the right-hand side. I know the place well but just dont know the names of the roads.......I used to shop in Donaghmede
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 10:26

webbie what other grass would i bring haaaaaa.u know about the other dide of the fence too, i hope it changed.yes the little houses are just lovely i use to feel i would like to live in one.further up the road is the monks and the abbey too my younger sister lives somewhere there.to the left is the train station.its a lovely place there. the yak where is it,u not been nice to us ladies.the open wagon.its very cold.we would need a stiff drink.dont worry about charlie he would be too busy to here the noise.he would make anough of his own.hi girls did u see that webbie wants us out in the cold shame,charlie im going to look at ur photos soon love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.01.2005 09:22

garry me darling.u come up with the best thing ever.ah god i would love to do that.it would be just great.singing im not good boy can i shout.when do we go mate.ah tell me soon.ur right there about sayung where u lived it did matter.when i was a child long time ago now anyway.i used to go to mountjoy playground.i was asked where did u live i said summerhill they would not let ne in.so i started to lie then.do u remember the big house in st anns estate.hey mate im all for it ill start packing now,start with a guinness and anything after that.take care mate love lizxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....yes that sort of attitude was prevalent in the past Liz........not quite as bad now I think.....it applied everywhere.....small towns...big towns. You application for a job could be cast aside also if you were born on the wrong side of the street. I hope and I think it is largely gone now....
Liz we are having the meet now at the Yak Hotel and Restaurant......O'Sheas would be a little on the small side and no car-parking......so gear yerself up for it.....and bring some grass in ya hand-bag (the green stuff) for the street cows.....ehehehehehehhehe....moooooo....lorl