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Location:
Ireland


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posted: 07.09.2004 15:50

I hope our friend Seoirse is dong ok as no word from him recently. Probably without the electric.



Good luck also to all in Tallahassee and hope that the electric is restored quickly......Slainte
  
Webmaster-Comment: Note:

All have checked in and all A1

Great.
anna

Location:
Switzerland


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posted: 07.09.2004 12:06

Hello Webmaster!



Thank you for your kind words too. I\'m so much looking forward to visit Gardinerst. (for the first time, sorry and Dublin for the 7th. It\'s only a fortnight and I\'ll be there. You\'re doing a great job and it\'s lovely that you comment and answer. Since I\'ve discovered your site I\'ve never missed a day to visit cam four, my favourite one, and get a nose full of the fair City. Thanks for all and see you soon



Anna
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....and thank you again......I really hope your holdiay is an enjoyable one. Bring your mobile with you so that you can alert your people in Switzerland that you are on cam 4.....and I promise I will ahve the windows cleaned.....ehehehehhe. Slainte.
Jacque

Location:
Brazil


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posted: 07.09.2004 05:37

Hi, uncle webbie!!!

How\'ve you been?!

I\'m so tired and asleep but i\'m here just to ask you if you received the pics i sent you last week, ok?

Many kisses to this lovely and \'warm\' city!

:3
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Jacque

Yes received thanks and will display them quite shortly. Maybe tomorrow.
Get some rest and dont be working so hard.

Bye

ya Uncle.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.09.2004 02:28

hi there again webmaster no the school is in rutland st its off summerhill on the right hand side going up or left if ur going up sean mc dermott st its a red brick building it looks over our lady of lourds chaple not far from the 27 steps if they are still there hope u can find it it will keep u busy take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ok....ok......I'm a bit stupid.....will look again cuz I know where the church is. And there is a shop there called the Matt Talbot........I'll get there yet...ehehehehehhe...Slainte. Put your money on Kerry for the All-Ireland...they are playing Mayo....eheheheh
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 06.09.2004 16:00

Hello, WebMaster...



All ok here as of now, about 11:00 a.m.. Frances has crossed Florida, and now is in the Gulf of Mexico. Due to pick up strength and become a category 1 hurricane, then hit between Ocklocknee Bay and the Aucilla River, right where we are, and travel up to Georgia and perhaps Alabama.

My power was out for about 18 hours, but is now back on. Probably temporarily. I stayed the night at my daughter\'s house about a mile away, she gets power from a different supplier, and hers didn\'t go off. Yet.

This afternoon will tell the tale...nothing to do but batten down and ride it out. One good thing, people are being much more sensible about this storm,staying off the roads, etc.

Keep those prayers and good thoughts coming, I\'ll check back with you after the storm passes.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson

Good luck to you all. It must be a terrible experience. Prayers continuing. When all is quiet lets know how things are.
Bye for now

Slainte.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 06.09.2004 10:52

gday webmaster being very busy hope u have being well we had a great winter here in queensland its spring is here now who won the all ireland ive lost track of it keep well love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly...thought you had jumnped ship...ehehehhe. Good on the weather. Not so good for Florida.

All-Ireland not held yet. Will keep you posted. And I'm getting confused on that school you asked about. Is that school on the same side as the Matt Talbot church which is on the left hand side as you head away from Gardiner st.?? Slainte
zone7

Location:
France, Metropolitan


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posted: 06.09.2004 08:57

it's a great website. i advise it to all my friend. Very nice. Have a good continuation.



*******************************
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ah thank you...thank you....but ya wouldnt be after trying to entice all me friends off to France for their vacation....naaaaaaa....you would never do that....ehehehehehehhe
aidan

Location:
Canada - British Columbia


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posted: 06.09.2004 04:53

gosh i\'d forgotten how beautiful dublin is..simply can\'t wait to see it all again on fri
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Aidan.....your welcome back...but bring yer brolly....Slainte
Einar

Location:
Norway


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posted: 05.09.2004 14:51

I look forward to visit Dublin in oktober.My hart swelling!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Einar....you are very welcom back. Enjoy your stay.
Oto

Location:
Czech Republic


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posted: 05.09.2004 13:08

Hi,I couldn\'t take my eyes off your webcam,it\'s simply great and brings me back lots of nice memories from my days spent in Dublin 2 years back,I can\'t wait to be back on short holliers again,regards and good luck to all of you,Slainte
JAMES COFFMAN

Location:
USA - Arizona


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posted: 04.09.2004 19:05

Thank you for your webcam; it\'s great.



It\'s interesting and convenient to see how people live in other parts of the world from the comfort of my home.



JAMES
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi James and thanks for your nice comment.....Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 04.09.2004 16:59

Thank you for your prayers and wishes for Floridians safety. It is 11:30 here now, beautiful and sunny. The newest advisory on the weather channel says Frances has been downgraded to a category 2 hurricane, just ready to hit West Palm Beach. It will seriously affect almost all of Florida, a wide storm. Likely scenario is torrential rains for many hours, flooding, power outages, now heading for Tallahassee, but should weaken over land. Winds now are only 105 mph. Boats breaking their moorings, and floating south on the Inland Waterway, Disney World is closed, a great (and sensible)exodus of tourists.

The lovely Sarah has gone to her parents in the Carolinas, and I do hope young Mr. S. will (though he probably won\'t)stay off his surfboard...there are dangerous riptides all along the Atlantic coast. Keep those prayers and good wishes flying, Webmaster. I believe they protect.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....wow that is some wid-speed. 105mph. Doubt if we ever experienced such winds in this country. Lets hope it wont be too bad and that this will be the end of the storms for another 30 years.

Mr S.....well you know these young fellows....no telling them anything. He says he is riding it out - whatever that means - but he hasn't left Jax anyway I know. I'm hoping it wont be too bad there either.
-....maybe he has headed for the Carolinas too. Make a discreet enquiry....eheheheheh.

And of course I will remember you all in my prayers as will our other friends.

Slainte, le gach dea ghui -(its a pleasant greeting in Irish.)
Dawna B

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 04.09.2004 14:03

great fun.

Webmaster





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posted: 04.09.2004 12:01

Wishing my friends in Florida safety and praying for you all. Hopefully Frances will weaken and avoid further damage to the State. May your Gods protect you all
Seoirse aka Lucky

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 03.09.2004 04:16



Webmaster....It looks as if Jacksonville will dodge the bullet once again with Frances approaching the Florida Atlantic coast...I remember you once told me that lucky things happen to those who live good, clean lives......That\'s ME........

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...no comment....
Gary Grande

Location:
USA - Wisconsin


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posted: 02.09.2004 02:25

I\'m delighted to see the streets of Dublin on webcam. It makes the world seem smaller and a little more friendly.



Gary
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....the world is shrinking....and people are coming closer together.......thanks for your comment.
Lisa

Location:
USA - Oklahoma


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posted: 02.09.2004 02:19

Lovely
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...one word describes it all......Thanks....Slainte.
Andrew

Location:
Austria


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posted: 01.09.2004 17:37

When i visited Ireland for the first time in 1979, i stayed 3 nights in the B&B visible on the right hand side of CAM2. Was quite a surprise when i found your site.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thats the Townhouse. Very nice accommodation and nice people.......Thanks for your comment...Slainte
Freeconsulting

Location:
Other-Not Shown


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posted: 01.09.2004 01:43

Nice website, it sure helped me find camera info.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you....
Nadine

Location:
Germany


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posted: 31.08.2004 16:49

Nice greetings from germany to you all in wonderful Dublin. Wish i could be there with my love...
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 31.08.2004 15:39

Well, Webmaster, what I was doing in Derry was just traveling around to see Ireland. I had spent a week in Dublin several years earlier on my way to visit friends in Brussels, and loved the city and wanted to see the countryside. So in the seventies, my mother and I spent a month driving around Ireland, going where we wanted and staying as long as we liked. We were everywhere, itís not a big country. My mother was born a Brady, her mother a McCall, her great-grandmother a Driscoll, so weíre Irish and though our earliest Brady land warrant in PA, USA was in 1743, Driscolls in 1770\'s, even time and distance canít take the wish to see Ireland out of the Irish. Lovely trip. I\'d like to do it again, bring my granddaughters someday, but they are still too young, only 5 and 6.

Have a nice day, Webmaster. Hope you didnít lose betting on the football!

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson......thanks for the reply. Firstly its Saturday 4th Sept. I hope Frances is not too destructive or indeed not destructive. Florida has been badly hit this year. Good luck to you all and my thoughts are with you.

Yes Ireland is a wee country ok...Derry and Dublin...you would ahve travelled probably half of it. You'll go south on the next trip.

Brady's are associated with Cavan mainly and McCalls.....was placing those as northerners or Scottish....but no research done on the latter.

Not a betting person...ehehehehehe.....even for big games.....

Young Seoirse is still doing good and spending his time on the beaches by all accounts.

Bye for now
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 31.08.2004 15:32

Morning, WebMaster,

Thanks for the Gaelic Football info. I also googled up ********************************************************************************** it explained the Irish passion for hurling and football, said the players must have a connection to the county they play for. It didnít tell how it is played which was ok, I'm more curious about the history and culture of it.

I'll finish in another entry, as this is geting too long.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...looking for some readable data on that.........soon...Slainte.
gary d

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 31.08.2004 02:28

Hiya Webbie: Hope all was gr8 for your Monday,& may your Tuesday be even better. I work with a fella from Limerick & he was hoping Kerry won the match.

Thanks for the speedy reply to my Sunday e-mails. Do you get a huge salary for answering all the queries? If not, you well should!!!!It must be worth at least $100,000 Euros annually. I wanna be one of those folks in front of O\'Sheas @ next years match at Croake park. Anyway, have a gr8 week, I\'ll read yer reply 2morrow when I get back from work after I treat all my patients in rehab. Slan....GD in good ole\' Scranton, Pa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Gary

yes Kerry are in the All-Ireland final so your Limerick friend will be pleased.

Salary.....explain....ehehehehehehhe.My boss doesnt bel;ieve in paying. He will take me out for the occasional pint in O'Sheas and then expect me to buy one back.....thats the "round" system over here. He doesnt understand he is not doing me any favours....

A bit late getting back to you. Work is piling up and he wont recruit.

Bye for now

Slainte
Gerry

Location:
UK - Northern Ireland


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posted: 30.08.2004 13:57

Hello, Love you\'re site I visit it often,also I adore Dublin,got a lot of friend\'s there,Hi to everyone in Silken Thomas on Francis street...
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Gerry and thanks for your message. Francis st is steeped in tradition. An old part of the city and with exceptionally nice Dublin people there.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 30.08.2004 13:29

Ah, WebMaster, thank you. Mystery cleared up. I did notice the people in matching jackets, green with a wide yellow stripe on the chest, or red with a white stripe, but most of the people were wearing ordinary dress. I had written you an earlier guestbook entry in which I had mentioned that, but I forgot to put my name in it before I clicked \"send\" and it didn\'t go, then I forgot to mention it when I wrote the second. The first message is floating around somewhere out in cyberspace, I suppose.

What a crowd, the sidewalk was so thick with people that passersby had to walk in the street. I\'ve been to both Kerry and Derry, years ago. You are not speaking of American football, but what we call soccer, right? Who won?

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Kerry won out easily. No not AFL or soccer it is Gaelic Football. Not quite as rough and it is a native game.

All public houses in the vicinity of the Stadium would be thronged. They usually deploy "crush barriers" to stop the people moving onto the main thoroughfare. The problem is of course being added to since smoking has been banned in pubs. The attendance figures at such matches is usually in the range of 50-60,000 and an all-ticket game.

Now what may I ask were you doing in Derry?
Slainte.
The website of the Gaelic Athletic Association is at www.gaa.ie

Also pl see this: http://www.the-kingdom.ie/news/story.asp?j=14513