I live and work in metropolitan Lewisport, KY. I like webcams, through which I can see the whole world!
By: Ylee , 10:49 AM GMT on June 16, 2012
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Creating some blogs can be extremely easy; the Puppy Cam blog is an example; the thing just kind of wrote itself, and the cams that went with it were pretty easy to pick! This week, not so much! I've came across a couple of "critter cams", and have already used them in the comments section of this blog, and Rob's. So, do I recycle them as main cams in the blog, or park them for another time, as the titles from the last three blogs have an animal theme?(I know it's late, I'm tired, and I'm rambling, so bear with me, lol!)
Bottom line, I do this blog as much for the folks that stop by as much as I do it for myself! From the comments left by my friends here, you guys love critters! So critters it will be, for at least this go-around.
On a personal note, the family and I will be making a trip to Mammoth Cave Sunday. Monday, we are planning a canoe trip through the park on Green River. According to the canoe outfitters, and the NPS, the canoe trip will go through where the Mammoth Cave air quality cam shows the Green River. Although I've never seen a canoe on that cam, I shall endeavour to be at the sandbar at noon, CDT! If I can't make it there by then, I'll try to be there at 15, 30, 45 minutes, or at the top of the hour, when the cam picture updates. This is what I ask of you: if you see us waving to the cam(we may be specks on the sandbar, not sure how big people look at that spot), capture the photo, upload it to WU, and post it on this blog! If we can pull this off, that will totally rock!!
Thanks to ALCR, the Alpaca Country Ranch cam!
From casacota, the Refugi J.M. Blanc cam!
From Denali National Park, the Sled Dog Puppies cam!
From Adelaide, Australia, the Outer Harbor cam!
Courtesy of TroyLeslie, the feeder cam!
Thanks to bsig, the Borgarfjardarsysla, Iceland cam!
From Glacier National Park, the osprey cam!
From Milos, Greece, the Pollonia cam!
From Gulf Islands National Seashore, the Perdido Key Beach cam!
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