Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by caysa » March 3rd, 2009, 1:21 pm

Jasmijn wrote: Hi Caysa.
Did Mary allso left? Oh mai, I now wonder too, what is wrong with us Dutch girls :laugh:
Í think it's terrible to miss the nice people and the lovely animals, but I have to make difficault choises (a lot of birth, renovating our house and participate in the Stone-owl investigation from the birthprotecting-organization (pffft that's a lot :laugh: )
Ok... I see, it is a lot!!
And we cannot even send PM's to either you or Mary..... sniff
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by robin » March 3rd, 2009, 1:22 pm

Jasmijn wrote: Hi Caysa.
Did Mary allso left? Oh mai, I now wonder too, what is wrong with us Dutch girls :laugh:
Í think it's terrible to miss the nice people and the lovely animals, but I have to make difficault choises (a lot of birth, renovating our house and participate in the Stone-owl investigation from the birthprotecting-organization (pffft that's a lot :laugh: )
Too bad to hear it :cry: We are getting to miss you...Come back soon with your garden storys.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Jasmijn » March 3rd, 2009, 1:22 pm

caysa wrote: Ok... I see, it is a lot!!
And we cannot even send PM's to either you or Mary..... sniff
BTW...what is lying there on the ground?? another pole?

Jasmijn

Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Jasmijn » March 3rd, 2009, 1:24 pm

robin wrote: Too bad to hear it :cry: We are getting to miss you...Come back soon with your garden storys.
Ohhh, lovely flowers Robin....thank you very much.

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by caysa » March 3rd, 2009, 1:26 pm

Jasmijn wrote: BTW...what is lying there on the ground?? another pole?
Thats part of the old salt pole.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by caysa » March 3rd, 2009, 1:28 pm

Jasmijn wrote: Ohhh, lovely flowers Robin....thank you very much.
Jasmijn, you are going to be really missed, I loved you pictures and your posts! You make me smile a lot!!
Have a good spring and remember us sometimes.... :loveshower:
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by ergee » March 3rd, 2009, 1:28 pm

Jasmijn wrote:Hello, goodmorning everybody :hi:
I'm so sorry that I can't find the time to login often.
I think it's best to say goodbey to you all and thank you for the hospitallity.
I hope it will work every now and then to :peek: (??) but If not....I hope to see all of you next winter again.
All the best to you and all 'our' animals.
Cheers,
Jasmijn :wave:
Goede morgen Jasmijn,
What is the matter, the many lambs and other things to do? There is so much to
see the last days here on Looduskalender! Mary and you have written so much and send so interesting pics, everyone will feel sorry about you being less here.
Wish you a good spring and summer and all the best with the lambs, I think you are
a very good and helpfull midwife (vroedvrouw), Succes with your family and pets !

Jasmijn

Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Jasmijn » March 3rd, 2009, 1:29 pm

I have to go now, check one of my sheep who is 'in labour' :headroll:
See you...................? :wave:

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by sunnygirl » March 3rd, 2009, 1:29 pm

Jasmijn wrote:Hello, goodmorning everybody :hi:
I'm so sorry that I can't find the time to login often.
I think it's best to say goodbey to you all and thank you for the hospitallity.
I hope it will work every now and then to :peek: (??) but If not....I hope to see all of you next winter again.
All the best to you and all 'our' animals.
Cheers,
Jasmijn :wave:
Oijjj Jasmijn :cry: So, so sad you are going to leave us.
Please, take a look at least from time to time.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by caysa » March 3rd, 2009, 1:30 pm

Jasmijn wrote:I have to go now, check one of my sheep who is 'in labour' :headroll:
See you...................? :wave:
Bye, good luck with sheep babies !!!
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Jasmijn » March 3rd, 2009, 1:31 pm

ergee wrote: Goede morgen Jasmijn,
What is the matter, the many lambs and other things to do? There is so much to
see the last days here on Looduskalender! Mary and you have written so much and send so interesting pics, everyone will feel sorry about you being less here.
Wish you a good spring and summer and all the best with the lambs, I think you are
a very good and helpfull midwife (vroedvrouw), Succes with your family and pets !
I saw this right on time.
Thanks for your kind words ergee. :bow:
I will miss all of you and try to look whenever I can.
Bye,bye :wave:

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by AllyKass » March 3rd, 2009, 1:32 pm

Jasmijn wrote: The 'owl-investigation' is just one reason (for me) I'm running and running from here to there, can hardley find the time to eat or sleep ( :laugh: ) so I have to make choises :cry:
ok...best wishes to you and strenght! hope to see you some times again!
Mother Nature teaching to us about balance of power.

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by robin » March 3rd, 2009, 1:33 pm

And there she goes, our Jasmijn :sad:
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by sunnygirl » March 3rd, 2009, 1:37 pm

caysa wrote:Hi Sunny!!
Snowing in Kotka too??

I want to post Bambi pics too :loveshower:
mother and daughter in snow.jpg
mother and daughter in snow2.jpg
Yes, it snows slightly . And blows rather hard.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by leanne » March 3rd, 2009, 1:38 pm

ooh, i missed Jasmijn.. goodbye to her anyway and good luck with all sheep and house renovating, and if we won't see sooner then next winter :)

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by ergee » March 3rd, 2009, 1:57 pm

Jasmijn wrote: BTW...what is lying there on the ground?? another pole?
A piece of the old one, the pigs seem to play with it and move it.

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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by leanne » March 3rd, 2009, 2:12 pm

buzzard flied from top of camera to the pine tree more far and now back to dinner
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by vaino » March 3rd, 2009, 2:17 pm

13:12, Somebody must have brought some fresh food after the snowfall. Only a buzzard and magpie share the meat table.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by sunnygirl » March 3rd, 2009, 2:21 pm

leanne wrote:buzzard flied from top of camera to the pine tree more far and now back to dinner
When buzzard are coming to feeding place or going to fly from pole, it notices when camera pic swaying. And other birds fly away.
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Re: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by leanne » March 3rd, 2009, 2:21 pm

vaino wrote:13:12, Somebody must have brought some fresh food after the snowfall. Only a buzzard and magpie share the meat table.
i think mait did last time, at least i read about it

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