Flood Watch 2011

Webcam watching the rise of flood water as snow melts in Soomaa
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Hi all, thank you for following our cam.

I was on the Place and did some pictures. In many parts of the river ice is good enough to go ice-skating or kick-sparking. But still in many parts there is some open water.

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Aivar, you have taken some beautiful pictures. What a colourful place.
But please, what is "kick-sparking"?
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Hello Jo,

an interisting site about kick-spark
http://www.esla.fi/eng/kickspark.html

watch the video, it´s great :thumbs:

It must be also great fun to do this with a dog :laugh:
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Thanks for that, Pitti. I agree, it looks like fun and dogs always help with fun.
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Thank you for the photos, Aivar. And also, thank yo Pitti, for the vidoe on kicksparking. It looks like a lot of fun & very good aerobic exercise!
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beautiful that you can work with man and dog

Thanks for photo's and info Aivar

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Icy river & crispy snow.
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So much ice, now.

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Hello !

Today we had a crew from Estonian TV program "Osoon" on visit.

Some pictures below.

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:D Congratulations, Aivar! You will be on TV. I looked at one Osoon program about the boar feeding cam & although I do not understand the Estonian language, I could still understand most of the meaning of the program. It was very interesting. Thank you for sharing your photos with us.
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@ Beautiful pictures Aivar
A very different face from the ice
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You are welcome!
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AivarRuukel wrote:Hi all, thank you for following our cam.

I was on the Place and did some pictures. In many parts of the river ice is good enough to go ice-skating or kick-sparking. But still in many parts there is some open water.

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More pictures http://www.flickr.com/photos/soomaa/
Beautiful photographs, Aivar. thank you.
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Much the same again this morning.

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the ice has probably grown another few inches

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Todays pictures

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GPS Track and pictures of the kickspark trip on river
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1439574
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