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Be careful where you step! We had a tragedy in Springfield last Friday night when a 23-year old woman was sucked into the drain sewer and drowned as she was trying with friends to push her stalled car out of some deep water on the street. The force of the water had blown off the drain cover, but the hole was unseen at night under the dirty sewer water. Three people were trying to hold on to her, but she was under water for over four minutes and could not be revived.

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Post by AllyKass on Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:47 pm

(so sad...)
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Post by Ophiophagus on Sat Aug 28, 2010 9:04 am

Good morning everybody! Hyvää huomenta!!
Tere hommikust! Guten Morgen! Bom dia! Goede morgen!

At us are 17°C, . Today: highest 22°C.
In Arnhem: 10°C . Today: highest: 17°C. Precipitation 50%.
In Bayreuth: 12°C, .
In Lienz: 15°C, . Today: highest 22°C.
In Lisbon: 15°C, sunny . Wind: N 20 km/h. Today: highest 31°C.
In Salo: 9°C, . Today: highest 16°C.
In Tallinn: 13°C, . Today: highest 16°C.
In Tartu: 12°C, . Today: highest 16°C.

In Buffalo (NY): 16°C, . Today: highest 28°C, sunny .
In Cedar Rapids: 18°C, . Today: highest 29°C, sunny .
In Klamath Falls: 14°C, . Today: cool and showery weekend!
In New York: 19°C, . Today: highest 29°C, sunny .
In Springfield (ILL): 16°C, . Today: highest 31°C, sunny .



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Post by caysa on Sat Aug 28, 2010 12:44 pm

And of course it is coldest here..........................
But still better than +34..........
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Post by Ricky on Sat Aug 28, 2010 1:41 pm

caysa wrote:And of course it is coldest here..........................
But still better than +34..........

Here - at least according to the weather forecast - it will be snowing above 1800m height above sea level (that´s quite exactly where the lodge is) on Tuesday And we will get some northerly wind... I already look forward to freezing in the blinds
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Post by caysa on Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:26 pm

Hehe, yeah, the joy of hunting in the alps

We had good luck today... Saga had a children's party (her 4th birthday is tomorrow) and they all of course looked forward to a pony ride... At 3 pm when the party started it was raining.... First the kids ate hotdogs and cake and ice cream and then they wanted to go outside. Suddenly the sun started to shine . Quickly we got all 10 kids (age 1½ -5 ) dressed and took them to the riding field. Just when the last kid had done it's tour around the field it started to rain again. Quickly back inside. OMG how many small boots and hats jackets. (how on earth do they manage in kindergarten when there is 20 or more kids?????)
But the kids were happy and dry . This was, so far, the only dry moment of this day.
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Post by Ophiophagus on Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:33 pm

caysa wrote:Hehe, yeah, the joy of hunting in the alps

We had good luck today... Saga had a children's party (her 4th birthday is tomorrow) and they all of course looked forward to a pony ride... At 3 pm when the party started it was raining.... First the kids ate hotdogs and cake and ice cream and then they wanted to go outside. Suddenly the sun started to shine . Quickly we got all 10 kids (age 1½ -5 ) dressed and took them to the riding field. Just when the last kid had done it's tour around the field it started to rain again. Quickly back inside. OMG how many small boots and hats jackets. (how on earth do they manage in kindergarten when there is 20 or more kids?????)
But the kids were happy and dry . This was, so far, the only dry moment of this day.

Where are the pictures?
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Post by caysa on Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:49 pm

The pics are in Timo's camera but I have one little video, loading it to youtube now......................
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Post by caysa on Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:03 pm

One shy girl did not want to sing so she went to the toilet

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Post by Ophiophagus on Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:31 pm

I did not see on this video, how Saga blows out the 4 candles!
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Post by caysa on Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:01 pm

Ophiophagus wrote:I did not see on this video, how Saga blows out the 4 candles!

... because I pressed the wrong button
The last bit is here - almost

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Post by AllyKass on Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:41 pm

veel veel veel,hästi
saga will have 4th birthday??uh, to me she seems much bigger lady...mentally bigger Smile) she have something from all astrid lindgrens "girls" .
i wish to this little smart and sweet lady all the best and luck and happiness !
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Post by Ricky on Sat Aug 28, 2010 9:45 pm

caysa wrote:Hehe, yeah, the joy of hunting in the alps

Yes... Laughing That´s exactly why I tried to shoot the Chamois as soon as possible. Winter may arrive even before autmn has begun... Many hunters prefer hunting Chamois in winter but I don´t - firstly fleeing in high snow is really exhausting for them and secondly hunting is more dangerous

Now it IS already snowing in the mountains... The snowline seems to be around 2300m height above sea level. And the HA owner is at the lodge today and tomorrow
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Post by caysa on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:02 am

AllyKass wrote:veel veel veel,hästi
saga will have 4th birthday??uh, to me she seems much bigger lady...mentally bigger Smile) she have something from all astrid lindgrens "girls" .
i wish to this little smart and sweet lady all the best and luck and happiness !
flower flower flower flower flower flower
Thank you so much, Ally!!! I will show her this!!!
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Post by caysa on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:04 am

Ricky wrote:
caysa wrote:Hehe, yeah, the joy of hunting in the alps

Yes... Laughing That´s exactly why I tried to shoot the Chamois as soon as possible. Winter may arrive even before autmn has begun... Many hunters prefer hunting Chamois in winter but I don´t - firstly fleeing in high snow is really exhausting for them and secondly hunting is more dangerous

Now it IS already snowing in the mountains... The snowline seems to be around 2300m height above sea level. And the HA owner is at the lodge today and tomorrow

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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:30 am

wil HA owner tell to you,how many animals they shooted,too?
now,i understand will start season,then snowing and melting in mountains...how long it lasts?
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 12:18 pm

AllyKass wrote:wil HA owner tell to you,how many animals they shooted,too?

He won´t for sure (he has never done until now)

AllyKass wrote:now,i understand will start season,then snowing and melting in mountains...how long it lasts?

Hunting season for Chamois lasts until Decenber 31st
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:52 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:wil HA owner tell to you,how many animals they shooted,too?

He won´t for sure (he has never done until now)

but how you can know then,how much animals you may shoot then?
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:58 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:now,i understand will start season,then snowing and melting in mountains...how long it lasts?

Hunting season for Chamois lasts until Decenber 31st
and i don't wondering if it start at 01.jan. clown
(but i meant that time before the high snow will covering hunting area)
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:26 pm

AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:wil HA owner tell to you,how many animals they shooted,too?

He won´t for sure (he has never done until now)

but how you can know then,how much animals you may shoot then?

Some longer explination...
Athorities determine the number of animals (for each species/gender/age) that may/must be shot in each hunting area. Shooting considerably more or considerably fewer animals is forbidden (but our HA owner shoots considerably more anyway ).
Basically the landowner would be allowed to shoot them. But usually the landowner leases the right for hunting to a hunter to get good money. This hunter is my "HA owner" in my case.
The HA owner may allow other hunters to hunt in his HA (that´s me and my dad and the hunting guests). The HA owner allows them to shoot a certain number of animals (for each species/gender/age) out of the animals that he is allowed to shoot. More animals must not be shot - fewer is okay, though.

Although our hunting area is devided to 2 parts (not officially, though) all animals COULD be shot in one of the 2 parts as long as each hunter does not shoot more than he is allowed to shoot. If the HA owner shoots a Chamois in our part of the HA he must shoot one Chamois less in his part. That does not affect the number of animals that we are allowed to shoot...

Another example - let´s assume 15 Roe Deer are allowed to be shot in a HA. The HA owner would might be allowed to shoot:
- 5 bucks (2 young, 1 middle-aged, 2 old)
- 5 does (2 yearlings, 3 older)
- 5 fawns (3 females, 2 males)

If he allows another hunter to hunt that other hunter would maybe be allowed to shoot:
- 2 bucks (1 young, 1 old)
- 3 does (1 yearling, 2 older)
- 4 fawns (2 female, 2 male)

That means the HA owner is allowed to shoot the remaining deer:
- 3 bucks (1 young, 1 middle-aged, 1 old)
- 2 does (1 yealing, 1 older)
- 1 fawn (female)

It does not matter where the animals are shot in the HA (even of the HA is divided to several parts). Theoretically all animals could be shot at the same spot...

Now that was a long explination. I cannot help that things are so complicated here
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:30 pm

AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:now,i understand will start season,then snowing and melting in mountains...how long it lasts?

Hunting season for Chamois lasts until Decenber 31st
and i don't wondering if it start at 01.jan. clown

Laughing No, it starts on August 1st Wink Wink

AllyKass wrote:(but i meant that time before the high snow will covering hunting area)

Oh, okay
That may vary a lot... In some years there is already lots of snow in October, and in other years there is not much snow in December. But usually the time with high snow starts in November (just when Chamois´ mating season starts) and last to April.
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:34 pm

But the little snow that is falling now actually is the worst: It makes all stones and slopes very slippery. As soon as there is more snow it gets much better if you use snowshoes...
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:54 pm

aaa...slippery stones are not good ofcourse...can there use some climbing stick's?
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:37 pm

oh,i saw now that you gave excamples..."at wood and red" as estonians say lol!
yeah,this math i could understand, but if there are lots of guests...and they already shooted lots of animals and you did not know that...may it happend,if you shoot after there...it could get problems for you?
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:34 pm

AllyKass wrote:aaa...slippery stones are not good ofcourse...can there use some climbing stick's?

Yes, both a walking pole and crampons help but if your foot slides off a stone that you are standing on they do no help too much either. And if you slip on a steep slope you may easily slide a few hundred meters....
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:40 pm

AllyKass wrote:oh,i saw now that you gave excamples..."at wood and red" as estonians say lol!
yeah,this math i could understand, but if there are lots of guests...and they already shooted lots of animals and you did not know that...may it happend,if you shoot after there...it could get problems for you?

Nope, we are allowed to shoot a certain number of animals - no matter what others shoot.
And as it seems now we will not even manage to shoot all of them. For instance we are still aloowed to shoot 2 Roe bucks... The last one I have seen 6 weeks ago and in September/October Roe bucks hardly show up anymore...
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:44 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:oh,i saw now that you gave excamples..."at wood and red" as estonians say lol!
yeah,this math i could understand, but if there are lots of guests...and they already shooted lots of animals and you did not know that...may it happend,if you shoot after there...it could get problems for you?

Nope, we are allowed to shoot a certain number of animals - no matter what others shoot.
And as it seems now we will not even manage to shoot all of them. For instance we are still aloowed to shoot 2 Roe bucks... The last one I have seen 6 weeks ago and in September/October Roe bucks hardly show up anymore...
thanks god,then you are protected against this kind problems Laughing
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:01 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:aaa...slippery stones are not good ofcourse...can there use some climbing stick's?

Yes, both a walking pole and crampons help but if your foot slides off a stone that you are standing on they do no help too much either. And if you slip on a steep slope you may easily slide a few hundred meters....
oh,i just read article from our media,thatbetween last 9 days in italian alps valledifassa area are perish 17 and missing 1person,whose climbed to mountains to picking mushrooms slap What a Face slap
http://ohtuleht.ee/index.aspx?id=392284
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Post by AllyKass on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:04 pm

caysa wrote:
AllyKass wrote:veel veel veel,hästi
saga will have 4th birthday??uh, to me she seems much bigger lady...mentally bigger Smile) she have something from all astrid lindgrens "girls" .
i wish to this little smart and sweet lady all the best and luck and happiness !
flower flower flower flower flower flower
Thank you so much, Ally!!! I will show her this!!!
how was little lady 4th birthday with grandparents? did she got some birds for present in this time?
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Post by Ricky on Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:13 pm

AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:aaa...slippery stones are not good ofcourse...can there use some climbing stick's?

Yes, both a walking pole and crampons help but if your foot slides off a stone that you are standing on they do no help too much either. And if you slip on a steep slope you may easily slide a few hundred meters....
oh,i just read article from our media,thatbetween last 9 days in italian alps valledifassa area are perish 17 and missing 1person,whose climbed to mountains to picking mushrooms slap What a Face slap
http://ohtuleht.ee/index.aspx?id=392284

Italiens and mushrooms - it´s crazy!! In Italy there are laws that limit the amount of mushrooms being picked. So what do many Italiens do? They come to Austria - but not only to the border areas but to almost the whole southern Austria. In autumn they are everywhere...
Each person stays for 1 or 2 weeks - real holiday. They dry the mushrooms and after their holiday they go back to Italy and sell the mushrooms Now Austria has laws against that too but the Italiens do not care
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