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Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 13.08.2004 03:52

Well, WebMaster, Bonnie\'s gone through here, pretty mild storm. Southwest Florida, though, is preparing for Charley, which will be a serious hurricane. Mass evacuations from coastal locations are going on. Florida isn’t surprised by hurricanes any more, tracking and warnings are good with modern technology. Storms are still not wholly predictable, but there is usually time to warn people to leave dangerous areas in time, and I pray that all will heed warnings, and keep themselves safe.

The street on Cam3 is showing up nicely tonight. Your adjustment worked.

On that other subject of some young people that we have been bandying about, nothing matters except a good heart, which makes for sweetness of character...and I send my best wishes to those who possess sweetness of character.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson

That is good news and hopefully predictions on Charley are accurate.

Good on CAM3 but still think it needs to be replaced together with CAM2.

Youth will have it's fling - that young man possesses some excellent qualities and is one of the kindest I have encountered. And he didnt pay me to write this....ehehehehhehehe. I know he will be blushing. I think I have him nearly around to my way of thinking and he will shortly settle....lorl
Wanda Milford-Saint Paul

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 23:22

Just found your neat web cameras. I love Ireland and enjoy watching the web cams.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi

Thank you for your pleasant comment. Keep safe. Slainte.
mark





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posted: 12.08.2004 17:33

Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 15:53

Good Morning, WebMaster...



Looks like a nice day in Dulin. Can\'t say the same for Florida. The big hurricane has been downgraded to a tropical storm, though, and will hit Apalachicola at about 1:00 pm today, which is about 6:00 your time? Only a steady rain here, so far. We might get some wind later, but it won\'t be bad. Now we need to watch for Charlie churning up in south Florida. That\'s a worse storm than this one. Best scenario would be for it to hit land soon, as they weaken guickly over land, so even if it would travel up the peninsula inland, it wouldn\'t be much more than a big rainstorm. Worst scenario would be for it to begin wandering around off the land and onto the water and back. Well, we\'ll know soon. Enjoy your nice day in Dublin.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson

We are lucky we seldom have extremes in weather - seldom but becoming more frequent. We even now have the occasional tornado which is something new for us. Hopefully it wont be too bad and will blow itself out without doing any damage.

Our day is a mixed bag. We have had torrential rain earlier on. Now its the further extreme. Very warm and could be brewing up for a storm.

Slainte....
garry walsh

Location:
USA - Oregon


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posted: 12.08.2004 12:17

looks like a nice day back home ,for a change .back in two months thank god.

  
Webmaster-Comment: Garry - you know it so well....eheheheheheheh.
Garry Walsh

Location:
USA - Oregon


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posted: 12.08.2004 08:43

my first time in your sight ,i am really home sick miss the crack and miss my girlfriend , love your sight keep it up.........................

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I dont think she believes you......ehehehehehehhe
Garry Walsh

Location:
USA - Oregon


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posted: 12.08.2004 08:30

really miss the rain
Tomoko Kuramochi

Location:
Japan


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posted: 12.08.2004 07:23

It is very hot here,japan now. Especialy this summer.

I have not been in Ireland for 11 years. Many things have change?

I miss the friends and places!

  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi

Yes. Big changes in 11 years. Lots of new buildings...lots of pedestrianisation etc....Slainte
Seoirse the seoirfer

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 03:52

Webmaster....sorry I\'ve not dropped by in the last few days but I\'ve been very busy preparing for the storms...what with waxing me board, chargin\' the batts for the mobile and GPS and tryin\' to rest up, I\'ve had me hands full......Will keep you informed.....
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....gawd....not an A in sight.....lorl. Good luck to you in those storms. God will protect you all. I not you ahve dispensed with the morse.....ehehehehehhehehehe.. Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 02:23

As I sit here near Tallahassee (and I am curious as to why you might you mention it in Irish language snippets, please excuse my intrusiveness, but if you want to know something about Tallahassee I would be glad to try to help you) I am waiting for the Hurricane to get to us. The tropical storm it used to be has now been upped to a Class 1 hurricane, and predictions as of now have it making landfall between Panama City and Apalachicola. That will give us in Tallahassee some heavy rain and wind, but we will be ok. We need to watch out for minor flooding and downed trees, but not too bad.

Take care, Webmaster. If my electric power doesn’t go out (though it probably will), I’ll look in on you tomorrow.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson

Thank you for keeping us informed and for the data on Tallahassee. And my few words in Irish were complimentary. Seoirse is fluent in the language and he likes me to converse occasionally in the native tongue. I should have more regard for others.

Hopefully all will be well storm-wise.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 02:20

Not too much for an elderly lady like me to do while waiting for a hurricane (although all the Florida A&M and Florida State students are having their usual Hurricane Parties) so I’ll just keep writing. I must say, your young friend Mr. S. is morphing before our very eyes! I see his communications getting more and more American. I am amused, though the joke’s on me! I had been sure he was a poor, wee, Irish orphan lad, bucketing around the world on the occasional waitering job, and it tugged at my grandmotherly heartstrings, so I tried to send him down to make the acquaintance of the flower of American Young Womanhood I know over there, but he couldn’t find the place. I perceive that my perception was flawed, but now that he isn’t a poor, wee Irish etc., he’s on his own!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....awwwww......poor Seoirse.That young man is a man of many nations and equally as many tongues. While he roves he is at the same time a coinfirmed American with roots in the sunny state of Florida. You'll find, I think, that he has had a few close-up glimpses of the said young lady. But he will bide his time. Just dont abandon him.....lol.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 02:11

Ah, your young friend Mr. S. Many-Vowels seems to know some things about Tallahassee. The name does mean “old fields” or “old town”, and it is an Apalache Indian word rather than Muscogee, and although the Apalache were related to the more northerly Muscogee, they were a distinct tribe thought to have died out, but recently remnants were found to be living in Louisiana and they are now petitioning the US government to give them tribal status again. They have retained their Catholicism from when they were converted by the Jesuits and lived at the string of Spanish missions that were torched by the English in 1704. The Missions stretched from St. Augustine to Pensacola, and are an interesting part of Florida history.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.08.2004 02:07

Hello, Webmaster...



Cam4 is still transmitting beautifully. I can almost hear the conversations on O’Shea’s steps. Cam3 isn’t bad during daylight hours, after dark, though, not so good, there’s a bright strip (glare?) on the right side. One thought...if you could aim it just a little to the left, you’d pick up those two small trees there, and lose that blank storefront on the right that we are seeing. The trees add a little welcome greenery to the streetscape. Cam2 is about as good as ever, and of course Cam1 is hopeless. In total, the site is much improved. Can’t wait for your new Cams.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you thank you.......and yes cam 2 needs to be kicked off...........and did as you suggested with cam 3. Unfortunately that temporary (sic) sign has too much white in it and it is messing up the cam. Also the decorative street lamps are too close by........may ahve to make other changes soon. Slainte.
Benny Bugeja

Location:
Malta


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posted: 10.08.2004 18:47

I love Ireland. I had spend 3 years in Ireland. Maynooth.

My best years
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...a beautiful quiet town.......and now off the main thoroughfare so I guess even quieter. Thanks for looking in....Slainte.
Tiia

Location:
Finland


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posted: 10.08.2004 10:36

Hi, We are coming to Dublin in two weeks . What is the exact situation of the Cam 4 in Gardiner Str? I\'d like to go there to wave to my friends. Thanks.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...look at cam2 - blue building (Worldlink House) - Ist floor last window on right. Best position to be seen is on the traffic island. Bring your mobile. Junction of Gardiner St and Talbot St.....Enjoy your trip. Slainte.....sending my regards to Paivi......lol
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.08.2004 09:43

hi webmaster]good day in dublin\'thoes poor dogs will be homesick\'whats that black building beside o\'sheas im trying to place it\'i see u have another fan in aussie\'we irish are loved out here\'have a great day love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly

G'day. That shop has closed down just about 6 mths ago. It was one of the few shops left around where you could get Irish knitted woolens like Aran sweaters etc. The white sign you see is an advertisement offering the shops for leasing.

I know there are lots of Irish out in Oz and it now is the favourite place for students to spend their "year out". Used be USA. We used go to Rush (not Russia...lorl). Bye for now..
sarah

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.08.2004 03:57

g\'day all.

cant wait to come to ireland. My obsession all started because this was where the Band u2 lived..and they are like my fav band and i wanted to come see there hoome country..but now i just wanna og there...not cozof them, but coz of everything.....culture, the pubs, the sights, the people and there cool accents. I still wanna stay at the clarnece though...

it will happen one day.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Sarah....come on over. Slainte.
Christine





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posted: 10.08.2004 01:42

Can\'t wait to finally come meet the man I\'m in love with.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...straightening me tie and putting me best foot forward............oh it's not me ya were referring to....ehehehehehhehe.

May your love blossom Christine........Slainte.
sandra

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 09.08.2004 22:20

hi

i have been all over the world and missed home very much while i was away these pictures where a great help when i was feeling homesick i have sent this web page on to my brother in australia to let him know he is not missing much weather wise here in ireland
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks Sandra....well the weather is only a small part of what Ireland holds for us........it's a great wee country.....Go ndeirigh and bhothar leat.
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 09.08.2004 18:27

Webmaster....



Tallahassee -- The name is derived from a Muskogee word meaning \"old town.\"



  
Webmaster-Comment: Go raibh maith agat mo chara. Ni fhuar tu pog on chailin alainn deas sin o Tallahassee...ehehehehehehhehehe
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.08.2004 10:36

webmaster\'its a lovely day in dublin\'its good to see people in summer wear\'did u have a good weekend\'how is them dogs going\'i see ballymun came down\'about time\'hope the people got good homes now\'take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly

Yes it is nice today but it was something else yesterday. Think we got the tail-end of hurricane Alex. Lots of rain.
Well the dogs are in Brazil with Jacque. They took a shine to her and prefer the climate over there....eheheheheh.

Ballymun is beginning to come down. I saw them picking at one of the towers recently. They just chip away at the top and work downwards. Think it saves having all that dust around as there are people living closeby. It seems people are happy with the new houses and apartments. It's nice to see all the evelopment work going on there....Slainte.
JLR

Location:
USA - Mississippi


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posted: 09.08.2004 08:36

Enjoyed viewing the pics.Great site.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....thank you. Slainte.
yulia

Location:
Russian Federation


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posted: 09.08.2004 06:46

Dear Webmaster,

I like your website a lot. Would you do me a favor? I\'m working on a surprise for someone in Ireland and I need to know what Slainte means? Is this some form of saying good-bye? I hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you!
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi yulia

Slainte means Good health to you. It's a goodbye way of wishing the other person or persons the best you can wish for them. Slan leat = Goodbye.
Hope you follow this and if not please come back to me. Go ndeirigh and bhothar leat. (An if you want to give the guy a big kiss, finish with "pog mor duit"......ehehehehehehhehe
rendy

Location:
USA - Arkansas


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posted: 08.08.2004 17:08

I am a decendant from dublin. my family is suppose to be decendants from royalty there.very beautiful country.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi....think I remember those guys. They were high Kings, hiking up the Kerry mountains...ehehehehehehe... Thanks for your comments...Slainte
gary d.

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 08.08.2004 14:24

Hiya Webmaster ty::

On cam 3 there is a \"NOT TO WORRY\" shop? What exactly is sold in that establisment? I love the name. Also, is the \"Singer\" shop for \"Singer Sewing Machines?\" If so, I have not seen a shop exclusive for that product in many a year. Looks like a rainy day in Dub today. It was 12 here last night, but a sunny day today. Have NOT been online much lately because we were in Cape Cod,Mass for a holiday. Lovely weather up there and walked about 2 1/2 miles out at low tide. Glad to be home, glad to check in on the best web site in the world & I look 4-ward to the new cam when it goes online. Mass in a few so I have to run-Happy Sunday\'s to you Webbie!

GD in good ole\' Scranton, Pa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Gary

Hope the vacation was relaxing and pleasant.

Not to Worry - owned by a lady from the African continent. She sells foodstuffs mainly to her fellow nationals and also wigs etc. A very nice lady. She tells us that she thought of the name as it was just after the Sept 11 troubles and she felt people were worrying etc.

Thanks for the compliments. Enjoy your week. Bye for now.