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Mudcat Locator - Where are you?

25 Aug 09 - 05:53 AM (#2707926)
Subject: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Allan C.

One of the great features of the Mudcat is
the wonderful Mudcat Locator which would be even more wonderful if it were better attended. I can tell you from experience that it can be a very useful tool when touring a country and hoping to encounter Mudcats along the way. And more recently I have used the Locator to contact a 'Catter who has supplied me with extremely valuable information about an area I plan to visit soon.

Please visit the link above or access the Locator by way of the Quick Links box on the Forum page and add your location to the lists. Or if you have posted to it before, check to see if your information is still correct. Have you moved?


25 Aug 09 - 07:25 AM (#2707985)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Leadfingers

How does one add a location etc to the list Allan ?


25 Aug 09 - 07:47 AM (#2707999)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Anne Lister

I was about to ask the same question!


25 Aug 09 - 07:57 AM (#2708005)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Noreen

The Mudcat Locator (and many other things here) used to be in the care of Jeff a.k.a. Pene Azul, who isn't round here much any more.

Maybe Max could drop by and let us know how / whether the locator is to be updated? Just looking at it now, there are many changes to be made, there are several names who are no longer with us, for example.

Whoever volunteers could well be inundated!


25 Aug 09 - 11:18 AM (#2708164)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Desert Dancer

There was a Google (?) map set up once, too, that you could tag your location on. Can't find that thread/link, though.

~ Becky in Tucson (Arizona, USA)


25 Aug 09 - 11:28 AM (#2708175)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Desert Dancer

Well it was a Frappr map, and this was the link: http://www.frappr.com/mudcatcafe, but there's no data there any more. :-(

This was the thread: Do we need a Mudcat Frappr?

The advantage was that it didn't require anyone to take care of it, but people had trouble logging into it, so it never went very far.

~ B in T


25 Aug 09 - 11:31 AM (#2708181)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Jack Campin

There isn't any "locator" on the quick links. Has something changed since the original post? And the link in that post is to a static list, with no way to add yourself.


25 Aug 09 - 11:36 AM (#2708185)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Nigel Parsons

On quick links go to "Members photos & Info" where there is a link to the 'Locator'

Cheers
Nigel


25 Aug 09 - 11:38 AM (#2708188)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Nigel Parsons

Locator
Why I didn't think to put a link in the last post I'll never know. A few braincells die every day, and I miss every one of them!


25 Aug 09 - 12:03 PM (#2708210)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Mr Happy

You need to email Joe Offer to get stuff added


25 Aug 09 - 01:09 PM (#2708248)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: VirginiaTam

Poor Joe. He gets all the fun jobs don't he? If I was retired, I would volunteer to do it. I have a flair for the tedious tasks.

What is really weird to me is that this thread was stated by Allan C. We both worked in same Virginia community college back in the days of inception of the interwub and creation of Mudcat. It was Allan, pointed me to Mudcat Radio to see a performance of his in 1998 or 1999.

I had only been back to Mudcat a time or two prior to joining, to find song lyrics.

Small world innit?

VirginiaTam, Essex, UK


25 Aug 09 - 05:41 PM (#2708469)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,Jenny Brampton

Let's face it, compared with facebook and myspace Mudcat is out of date. It needs a revamp.
Jenny in Preston, Lancs


25 Aug 09 - 07:31 PM (#2708557)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: katlaughing

Allan! Nice to *see* you!!

Folks, I wouldn't hold my breath about this, for the moment. If you want to post an update in this thread, as a matter of record, that would be good, imo. That way when and if Max or Joe or someone has the time, etc. to update the official list, they could refer to this.

I see a lot of changes, too, just in glancing at the old one. For instance, neither WyoWoman nor I live in Wyoming any more. And, my sister, "bet" is no longer in Colorado. All three moves were publicly documented in the BS section, I think before it actually was a separate space.:-)

So, to start the ball rolling:

katlaughing - Colorado USA


25 Aug 09 - 07:41 PM (#2708563)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: michaelr

michaelr - California


25 Aug 09 - 08:12 PM (#2708589)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

For some Catters, paticularly in the UK, it would be unwise to give too precise a location (except by PM, to those you trust).

BNP thugs do NOT need to know where to find opponents, and said opponents do NOT need to have seven barrels of s**t kicked out of them.

Take care who you confide in.

Don T.


25 Aug 09 - 08:54 PM (#2708617)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: semi-submersible

semi-submersible - British Columbia, Canada


25 Aug 09 - 11:03 PM (#2708673)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bill D

"...compared with facebook and myspace Mudcat is out of date. It needs a revamp. "

LOLOL..my, my... revamp to do WHAT? They are not designed for the same purpose. Some folks use all three, and ANY application that tries do do everything will not do any of them well.


25 Aug 09 - 11:45 PM (#2708685)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Peace

See that blue and green and white thingy? I'm there--today, anyway.


25 Aug 09 - 11:55 PM (#2708689)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: katlaughing

BillD, thanks for addressing that! I agree...thank goodness and Max that Mudcat is NOT like either of them!


26 Aug 09 - 12:12 AM (#2708694)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Peace

"Let's face it, compared with facebook and myspace Mudcat is out of date. It needs a revamp.
Jenny in Preston, Lancs "

No offence, but that is a narrow view. Mudcat has other things it does: amongst them is music discussion, and MySpace doesn't do it nearly so well at all. Facebook is a joke (imo), and while I do think MySpace has stuff the 'cat doesn't, if I had to give up one of the sites, MySpace would be gone in a second.


26 Aug 09 - 03:18 AM (#2708727)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Marilyn

"and while I do think MySpace has stuff the 'cat doesn't, if I had to give up one of the sites, MySpace would be gone in a second ..."
So agree.

I don't post very often but lurk lots and wish other discussion sites were more like Mudcat, not the other way round! Well done Max & the team - don't change, please.

Marilyn - Cheshire, UK


26 Aug 09 - 03:51 AM (#2708738)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Ghirotondo

Ghirotondo - Tuscany, Italy


26 Aug 09 - 04:12 AM (#2708746)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Sandra in Sydney

Sandra - Sydney, Australia


26 Aug 09 - 11:13 AM (#2708999)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Catherine Jayne

Khatt, London/Essex Borders UK


26 Aug 09 - 12:01 PM (#2709039)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Dave Ruch

Dave Ruch, Buffalo NY USA


26 Aug 09 - 12:12 PM (#2709050)
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From: Fidjit

Chas Clark, Dalsland, Sweden


26 Aug 09 - 12:41 PM (#2709069)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: catspaw49

We live in Bremen, Ohio, a small village of a dozen streets, most still brick, and no traffic lights. We're just at the rising of the foothills of the Appalachians to the south and east, and the flat plains and farmlands to the west and north. We're about an hour southeast of Columbus and in many ways, 50 years back in time. We get 400-500 polite kids each Halloween the majority accompanied by a parent and most folks still don't lock their doors. The future will descend upon us all too soon I fear, but damn........it's pretty nice right now.

Spaw


26 Aug 09 - 12:57 PM (#2709081)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Fidjit

Hey! Everybody Google Earth and wave

Chas


26 Aug 09 - 02:27 PM (#2709156)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: open mike

Laurel--here is where i am on the planet northern california
and here is where i am in space and in face www.myspace.com/laurelwoodsorrel
www.facebook.com/laurelwoodsorrel
and here is where i am on the radio
on the second saturday of each month
www.radiobirdstreet.org

the locator is part of the member photo and info section
and while you are at it you MAY want to update e-mail,
photo, profile, (your birthday is probably the same)
events, and memorials....

this would require a mudelf or clone to offer to
process all this info..but that has been a feature
of this site that has helped us get in touch and
stay in touch with other mudcats.

who can step in to fill jeff's shoes??!!

where are jeff's shoes, anyway>?


26 Aug 09 - 02:39 PM (#2709167)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: RTim

Tim Radford, Woods Hole MA


26 Aug 09 - 03:37 PM (#2709225)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: open mike

I contacted the owner/moderator of www.folkjam.org to ask what map
programs he uses on his web page. Scott suggested a collaboration..
perhaps he will post here or contact Max....this remains to be seen.


26 Aug 09 - 03:41 PM (#2709230)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Fidjit

I'll wait til it's up and running.I'm a bit busy just now.

Chas


26 Aug 09 - 04:02 PM (#2709252)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: open mike

by the way the info on here is cataloged in many different
ways, for instance, the birthdays are listed by calendar days, chronologically (by age) and alphabetically, and the locations
are listed in several difrerent ways, as well.

you'd think someone who was using the Dewey decimal system
put this together...


27 Aug 09 - 12:58 AM (#2709583)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: smclewin

User open mike and I had a PM chat this afternoon about how folkjam's musician map www.folkjam.org/local/users) works and where we got it from.

It's based on google maps, obviously. Above that, we use Drupal - same as frappr. And on top of that I wrote custom code to blend the user details, the user list and the map together.

Max - if you want to explore any of this further with me, drop me a note through http://www.folkjam.org/feedback or if you have an account on folkjam.org via a PM to me - http://www.folkjam.org/privatemsg/new/2

Scott
folkjam.org co-founder, fiddler


27 Aug 09 - 03:01 AM (#2709604)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,The lemonade Lady

The map's a good idea, i hope that gets off the ground (??) Anyway i'm near Leominster in Herefordshire England.
Sal


27 Aug 09 - 11:09 AM (#2709870)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Dorothy Parshall

I'm in Montreal - where two friends and I had a great Monday eve at the Wheel Club and plans to go back now that we have found it. Friday eve, my gang (whoever is in the car at 6 pm) and I will be at Cafe NamasThe in Ormstown.

Would be nice to know where folks are. Good to hear that Peace is on planet earth!


27 Aug 09 - 11:36 AM (#2709895)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: open mike

oh, great! peace on earth....so many have wished and prayed for this..


27 Aug 09 - 12:41 PM (#2709933)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Don Firth

Seattle, Washington. If the United States were an envelope, I would be somewhere in the upper left corner, where you generally put your return address.

That's roughly 26,000 light years from the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

Don Firth


27 Aug 09 - 06:19 PM (#2710202)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Joe_F

Malden, Massachusetts, USA (a suburb north of Boston), on Rt 60, near the Medford line.


27 Aug 09 - 06:54 PM (#2710223)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Andrez

Andrez: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Having said that and being mindful of the many privacy issues around putting your info "out there" on the Internet regardless of the forum, I must say I'm not yet convinced about putting actual contact details on a website of any kind even one as hallowed and august as Mudcat!

That said, any overseas travelling "catters coming through are welcome to PM me and we can take it from there.

Cheers,

Andrez

:-)


27 Aug 09 - 07:33 PM (#2710243)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: bobad

45 08' 32.44" N
74 57' 04.96" W


27 Aug 09 - 09:07 PM (#2710298)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,hg

...uh, I'm at my computer...


27 Aug 09 - 09:33 PM (#2710314)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,Padre, temporarily w/o cookie

Lick Run, Virginia, about 8 miles north of our post office in Eagle Rock, in the beautiful Alleghany Highlands of Virginia.

Padre


27 Aug 09 - 10:02 PM (#2710327)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST


27 Aug 09 - 10:10 PM (#2710329)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Rapparee

Rapaire: Pocatello, Idaho, USA -- 2.5 driving hours from everywhere else.

you'd think someone who was using the Dewey decimal system
put this together...


You got a problem wit da Dee Dee Cee or sumpin'? Maybe some of my "colleagues" in Norten California could come over an esplain it a bit, huh?


27 Aug 09 - 10:17 PM (#2710330)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,fiddley

i love the lemonade lady


27 Aug 09 - 10:35 PM (#2710336)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Haruo

I'm still in Seattle, but it lists me under my "old" name "Liland"...


31 Aug 09 - 12:56 AM (#2712660)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: ragdall

ragdall - North Central British Columbia, Canada


31 Aug 09 - 01:15 AM (#2712668)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Barry Finn

still here in southern New Hampshire, USA

Barry


31 Aug 09 - 04:15 AM (#2712705)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Phil Edwards

Chorlton (South Manchester), England


31 Aug 09 - 06:51 AM (#2712789)
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From: semi-submersible

Good idea, ragdall. In large provinces it would be more useful to indicate a region. I'll update my update:

semi-submersible - south west British Columbia, Canada


31 Aug 09 - 06:59 AM (#2712794)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Jack Campin

I'm on Google - my name is nearly a googlewhack and will lead you to my site, where I have a street map showing my house.


31 Aug 09 - 10:45 AM (#2712901)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Fidjit

Is anyone putting this all together?

Chas.


31 Aug 09 - 01:43 PM (#2713057)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bill D

bobad...."Rush Bog Road" is a strange name. Which way do you rush to get to the bog?

(looks like a nice, quiet place to live.)


31 Aug 09 - 02:09 PM (#2713080)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bill D

Jack Campin....I find lots of music, but no map. (still sorting through the great links to Scots music)


31 Aug 09 - 03:28 PM (#2713141)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: bobad

Bill, Google earth is in error with the name of the road. I live on Bog Road which runs into Rush City Road. The name Rush City is part of the colourful history of the area. It was a small road with a few prosperous farms, the owners of which were said to always be in a rush to do everything. I have 75 acres of land, about half hay fields and half woods and bog, we are on the edge of a large bog called the Newington Bog. The cluster of buildings you see, with orange roofs are our house, barn and sheds.


31 Aug 09 - 03:37 PM (#2713143)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bill D

Thanks, bobad. Naming of roads & places many times tells a lot about an area...if you know someone to translate.


01 Sep 09 - 11:42 AM (#2713738)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: the lemonade lady

Have I already said I'm near Leominster in Herefordshire.

8)

Sal


01 Sep 09 - 01:03 PM (#2713806)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Nick

Jack - you big softy. All those cats and here was me thinking you were rather fierce. :)

I'm in North Yorkshire.


01 Sep 09 - 03:08 PM (#2713911)
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From: Taconicus

I, appropriately enough, reside in the wilds of the Taconic Mountains.


01 Sep 09 - 04:07 PM (#2713969)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Songbob

I'm at work.

Bob


01 Sep 09 - 04:28 PM (#2713983)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler

I move about in Lancashire (UK) from almost the extreme east to almost the extreme west!


01 Sep 09 - 04:33 PM (#2713986)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Rapparee

I'm near, in fact in, the Rockie Mountains....


01 Sep 09 - 05:00 PM (#2714004)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Barbara

I'm sitting at the living room table, typing on my laptop....

on a farm in rural NW Oregon just inside the coast range on the edge of the Willamette Valley. (That's wil-AM-et) for you Easterners. Couple miles from both Hwys 18 and 22, on Harmony Road.

Blessings,
Barbara


09 Aug 11 - 08:39 PM (#3204998)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: the lemonade lady

I'm in a little hamlet up a lost valley in Herefordshire, called Leinthall Earls

Sal


09 Aug 11 - 09:32 PM (#3205030)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: JennieG

Living on a hill on the northern edge of a country town (Tamworth) in north-western New South Wales.

Cheers
JennieG


09 Aug 11 - 09:39 PM (#3205031)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Big Al Whittle

Crossways village near Dochester in Dorset - retired there a couple of years ago after living most of my life in the midlands.


09 Aug 11 - 09:39 PM (#3205032)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Joe Offer

I'm in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California, 45 minutes northeast of Sacramento. We're at an elevation of 2,300 feet, on the ridge between the Bear River and the North Fork American River, with an 80-mile view to the Coast Range of mountains. If you fly over our home, all you'll see is ponderosa pine trees. It's like being in a nature heaven here.

-Joe-


09 Aug 11 - 10:19 PM (#3205055)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Leadfingers

And I am STILL in West London U K


10 Aug 11 - 04:56 AM (#3205165)
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From: Rusty Dobro

Suffolk, England - within half an hour's drive of any number of nice pubs with friendly acoustic sessions.


10 Aug 11 - 06:34 AM (#3205195)
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From: Wolfhound person

20 miles north of Hadrians Wall and 40 miles south of Scotland
1 mile from North Sea - as the gull flies.

Paws
PS Hadrian got it about right!


10 Aug 11 - 07:10 AM (#3205201)
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From: Andrez

Same as the last time in not-so-sunny-at-this-time-o'-year-Melbourne, Australia.

Cheers,

Andrez :-)


10 Aug 11 - 07:12 AM (#3205203)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: richd

On a hill above Merthyr Tydfil, in the south Wales valleys.


10 Aug 11 - 07:31 AM (#3205213)
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From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

On the rain-soaked north coast of the Lancastrian Fylde - but still east of Edinburgh....


10 Aug 11 - 07:32 AM (#3205214)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: nutty

Very close to the mouth of the River Tees in North-East England


10 Aug 11 - 07:37 AM (#3205219)
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From: Desi C

Same problem here, link brings up the sign in page but then nothing. I'm in Bilston, West Midlands UK


10 Aug 11 - 08:12 AM (#3205237)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: artbrooks

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Named after the Duke of Alburquerque when it was founded in 1598 by the Spanish. I think they were looking for a handout, but missed out by spelling his name wrong.


10 Aug 11 - 08:40 AM (#3205254)
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From: AllisonA(Animaterra)

I must have missed this the first time around. I'm in lovely, rural Nelson, NH, USA.


10 Aug 11 - 08:55 AM (#3205261)
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From: Beer

Adrien living in La Belle Province of Quebec, Canada


10 Aug 11 - 09:07 AM (#3205266)
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From: saulgoldie

Maryland, USA. Near DC.

Saul


10 Aug 11 - 09:33 AM (#3205281)
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From: Wesley S

Cumming Georgia. Hometown of Jr Samples.


10 Aug 11 - 09:43 AM (#3205296)
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From: DrugCrazed

Sheffield or Manchester UK, depending on what time of year it is. Mostly Sheffield. Let's just say Sheffield.


10 Aug 11 - 09:47 AM (#3205299)
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From: BillE

Near York, North Yorkshire, and proud to be part of the Flaxton session on Wednesdays.


10 Aug 11 - 12:26 PM (#3205428)
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From: Newport Boy

South Gloucestershire, near the old Severn Bridge. We can see it (and the new one) from our garden. We can hust see civilisation (Wales)

Phil


10 Aug 11 - 12:49 PM (#3205444)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: gnu

Southeastern, New Brunswick, Canada. The Picture Province. Underdeveloped and overexposed.


10 Aug 11 - 12:52 PM (#3205449)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: MartinRyan

Kinvara Co. Galway in the West of Ireland.


10 Aug 11 - 12:57 PM (#3205453)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: ClaireBear

Rural Santa Cruz County (near Scotts Valley), California, in an intentional community on a used-to-be apple farm located in a wooded mixed-growth (coast redwood, Douglas fir, bay, oak, madrone) canyon, with a great big rockslide where the road to civilization -- now rerouted "temporarily" through our backyard -- used to be.

That's my story and I'm stickin' to it!
Claire


10 Aug 11 - 01:04 PM (#3205463)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Little Hawk

I'm at the top of the 3rd highest peak in the Himalayas. It's a splendid view, but you should see the heating bill!


10 Aug 11 - 01:07 PM (#3205464)
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From: alex s

Burnley, Lancashire, UK


10 Aug 11 - 02:08 PM (#3205516)
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From: GUEST,999

Two km from Beer.


10 Aug 11 - 02:11 PM (#3205517)
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From: Commander Crabbe

Whitby, North Yorkshire.

CC


10 Aug 11 - 02:42 PM (#3205535)
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From: catspaw49

I'd post to this thread but I don't give enough of a shit to type anything more..............

Spaw


10 Aug 11 - 02:44 PM (#3205538)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Beer

Two and a half km from topical tom.


10 Aug 11 - 03:08 PM (#3205563)
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From: Jean(eanjay)

Harrogate, North Yorkshire


10 Aug 11 - 06:43 PM (#3205671)
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From: Tootler

Middlesbrough, UK

A little way up the Tees from nutty.


10 Aug 11 - 06:50 PM (#3205679)
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From: bobad

Approximately 85km from Beer, 999 and Topical Tom.


10 Aug 11 - 08:53 PM (#3205738)
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From: Janie

The northeast Piedmont of North Carolina, in a small (formerly) mill town - furniture and textiles 'back in the day'- about 20 miles northwest of downtown Chapel Hill.


10 Aug 11 - 09:11 PM (#3205743)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bill D

Kangchenjunga?? Gee, Little Hawk...do you commute?

I am in Maryland, about 15 miles north of the White House.


10 Aug 11 - 09:15 PM (#3205746)
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From: saulgoldie

Janie, that reminds me of "Aragon Mill" by Si Kahn.

Hi, Bill. We must be neighbors.

Saul


10 Aug 11 - 09:56 PM (#3205755)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Janie

Warning-Major Thread-drift.

SG, that song pretty well sums up what happened in mill towns throughout the south between the very late 1980's and the early to mid 1990's. I moved to North Carolina from West Virginia in 1986, just in time to bear witness.

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming.


10 Aug 11 - 09:59 PM (#3205756)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Janie

Dang! Should'a also shouted 100!


11 Aug 11 - 03:33 AM (#3205828)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: stallion

York, Uk


11 Aug 11 - 03:37 AM (#3205829)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: I don't know

Sible Hedingham, Essex, Uk.


11 Aug 11 - 04:12 AM (#3205844)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Dennis the Elder

Hemsworth, West Yorkshire, UK


11 Aug 11 - 06:47 AM (#3205910)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: GUEST,Bruno

On my way to the Saltburn Folkfestival.
With the IJmuiden/ North Shields ferry that is.....


11 Aug 11 - 08:09 AM (#3205948)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: theleveller

If I tell you that, you'll be able to find me. Forget it!


11 Aug 11 - 09:42 AM (#3205992)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bettynh

Nashua, NH, USA. Mat Damon thought he might move here to raise sheep (in "Good Will Hunting"), but there's nothing of that here, just shopping malls (no sales tax!) since we're on the border with Taxachusetts.


11 Aug 11 - 09:57 AM (#3206005)
Subject: RE: Mudcat Locator - Where are you?
From: Bruce from Bathurst

Umm ... let me think now.
Oh yeah, I'm in Bathurst.
Google Maps will usually find me at these coordinates: -33.4164, 149.5787