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Very nice site!
superb images, will check your site on regular basis. Ken Billington's Bird & Wildlife Photography http://kenbillington.ch/photobank/Ducks/ email@example.com
Hola disculpa que te moleste y que no te escriba en Ingles ,pero quedria saber si soy familiar tuyo ,mi abuelo Estanislao Piekos vino de Polonia por las Guerra en la decada del 40,y quedria saber si tengo algun parentesco con vos o algo es para saber si tengo algun familiar en el mundo ,salvo los que tengo en la Argentina . MUCHAS GRACIAS DISCULPAME POR LAS MOLESTIAS. Atte: Fernando Damiįn Piekos firstname.lastname@example.org
Always a pleasure to check out your web site - great photos and wildlife shots. You've been to some neat places. I like the new Lab. Will we be seeing live cams of him someday?
Hi John - guess Piekos isn't as unique as I thought! My grandfathers name was Peter Piekos - married to Carolina. I noticed a Thomas Piekos in this guest book. I have a cousin Tommy who grew up in Hartford, CT - his father was Joe Piekos. We are all probably connected back in history somehow. When I got married I was thrilled to have what I thought would be an "easy" name but everyone spells and pronounces it Patterson all the time and I always have to correct it on important documents and people can't find me when they look me up - still easier than Piekos was! I'm divorced now but decided to keep the Pattison :) What a HUGE fish that is! Nice meeting you! Jennifer
Great web-site John but where's the picture of you, me and the boys with Springsteen's guitar?!
John, seeing this collection of your vacation photos is like going to an art gallery - every shot is perfect. Have you had any shows? They are really wonderful. I don't know if your photography has gotten better, or if it's the design of the site, but if you haven't already, you should be blowing them up, framing them, and having an exhibit. - Paula
Hey, great web site. I'm quite a reader, too, so I loved looking through your rare collection of Stephen King treasures. Wow! Nice picture with the flag on the front page. Um, did you lose your feet somehow? How are you standing there? I hope you don't mind me looking through all your great memories and observations. Cheers! *Ron
Hi John, I enjoyed perusing your site, you've done a great job. It was great seeing you at the Tousignant family reunion and now I know so much more about you! With Love, your cousin Sue Anne
Lo siento no hablo ingles. Pero es fenomenal, en EspaĆ±a tambiĆ©n existen por los menos 6 piekos y todos viene de Polonia aunque se quedaron en EspaĆ±a hace 15 aĆ±os. Saludos
Nice pictures. I especially like the one of the race. I always knew you were athletic but.... lookin good! I hope you are having a great summer so far.
Hi John,the picture of your grandparents(my aunt and uncle)made me sit back and remember "the good old" days. Helen was my godmother and "uncle John" was my dads brother, perhaps 2 of the nicest men I have ever known in my life! I truly miss both aunt Helen and uncle John and have so many great childhood memories of both of them
Hey John, isn't it interesting what you cna catch with trail cams? there is a product I came across called CamTrackker which looks amazing if you were wanting to perhaps capture less 'tail shots' and have clearer pictures? isn't it interesting how so many people from so many different countries can come across your page? have a great day Jaxin
Very interesting site..you did a great job.
Hi there... Nice photo by the Schutes catching you tryin' to hotdog on Winnipesaukee!!..I have great tales from my own 6 week sobatical in Bama/Florida territory..would love to catch up! if not...stay true, stay you. Worl
John, Have you gotten another dog? Paula
Hi John.Im Jan Piekos.Im 43years old and come from Poland. Im very interested in where you come from.could it be that your grandparents or someone else of your family comes from poland too? Please write back
Yvonne and I were browsing your site on New Years Eve and thinking about the old days. Your photos are fantastic. Happy New Year. We just wanted to say hello and hope you are doing well. Lynda
Greetings from Munich to all Piekos of this world!
I WAS JUST BROWSING AND I SAW YOUR SIGHT. I AM A PIEKOS FROM ENGLAND AND ALTHOUGH I DONT KNOW YOU IAM SORRY TO HERE ABOUT DOZER IVE ALSO LOST MY BEST MATES AND GUESS WHAT THEY WERE ALL LABRADORS
Hi John, I was checking your website for an update on Dozer. Dozer was your best friend and I am sorry for your loss. Thinking of you... Judy
hi there. i was doing research on the name piekos when i found your site. for a long time my former husband and his brother thought they were the only 2 people on earth with the name piekos. we found out different after doing a search on it. it is a very rare name in the northwest.
Hi John, Enjoyed your website very much, particularly pictures of wildlife, trailcam and shots of Dunstable Road and our general neighborhood "special spot in Westford". Also shots of Dozer are great. Keep up the good work! .........Joe
You can see an old photo of me if you google Paula Piekos Ice. In the first 20 listing there will be a picture an old student of mine posted of me and Ice Cube. It says I was MacCauley Culkins nanny, but that isn't really true. I had been an extra on Home Alone II, and MacCauley's bodyguard was drinking at a bar where we were having a cast party. He asked me to watch MacCauley. When I showed my students photos of me with Ice Tea from another party in Chicago at the time, I didn't want to tell the paert about the bodyguard drinking at the bar, so I just said I was watching MacCauley. My student ended up putting the picture on a website aerroneously makes it look loke I was Culkin's nanny. If you just plug in just my name, you'll see my motorboat pictures. I know that's not eco-sensitive, but I justify it by doing aerials of woods that have development proposals in the works. I give them to a local group called "Concerned Citizens for Open Space". paula
Hi John! I love your site! I stumbled on it when I punched my name into google. Aside from it being a good place for family networking, I love looking at photography, pets and wildlife. I hope trying to raise awareness of the unprotected status of your local woods. My parents are Thaddeus (Ted) and Terry Piekos. They were born in Woonsocket, RI and my grandparents immigrated from Poland. I am a hobbyist photographer, but really love it. I shoot with a Canon Rebel, both automatic and digital models.. When I shoot inanimate objects, I go back to an old Pantax K1000, because I can get closer. I love that you care so much much for your dogs. I makes me feel feel less odd for the extremes I've gone through for animals. Right now I'm embroiled in some woods-protectin' activity here in White Plains...fighting developers. It must be something in our blood. I wonder if we're cousins. I'd love to be able to photograph by remote the way you do. Photos of endangered species can help save a woods or wetland. I backpacked Poland years ago to look at the towns my grandparents came from. I mix up the towns from my mother's side and from my father's side, so I'll ask my father and post the Piekos side towns for your geneology correspondents. -Paula Piekos
Look guys, Tom you can go ahead nd say these things that your the best looking piekos and all, but as its been made clear ther are more than you - so i suggest every1 check out www.faceparty.com/loz-a-lot and PROVE that its obv me!! Hi to polish people coz it's fantastic out there!! All the best - once a Piekos, always a Piekos...Laura
also like the new look on your site, need to send you some G pictures
Few changes over the past few years john, nice changes. i tried to listen to your recorded sounds but no luck. Keep up the good work!
John I am the friend of Cathie Considine who used to email you sporadically, usually when she was on vacation. She clued me in to your Dozer Cam and I have been watching him all day with great interest. I decided to look at some of your pictures and really liked the one of Ted Kennedy on the beach. Oh wait that was a dead whale. Im sure you understand the confusion. Anyway . Ill be looking in on Dozer often . my very best thoughts are with him. And you, of course! -Karin
This is great, seeing that the name Piekos is so strong! We aren't far from world domination haha. Ive got Father Ted on at the minute and decided to come on here an say hello to all of you and say that ive completed a survey of the worlds population an I'm still the BEST LOOKING PIEKOS IN THE WORLD! (im pulling an evil face right now)
hi, john, just had to add my name. tho i do not think this whole internet thing will catch on and it is just a passing fad, along with raquet ball and pet rocks. tom
Nice to see the same family name in the world John! Goodluck!
HI NAME IS SUSAN AND I WAS LOOKING FOR RELATIVES,WHEN I CAME ACROSS YOUR SITE.HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON LOVE SUE XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Nice pictures John!!
Just back to tom, i am the best piekos, related to tom, james, john, ania, anton, debbie, rok on with the name, does any1 know what it means?? Laura (the best piekos) x
Merry X-Mas and a happy new Year wish You The Piekos Family from Germany!
I'm related to the James, Ania and John Piekos all living in the UK. Just thought id say HELLO...and that im the best looking Piekos in the world! Tom
Very impressed with your photos taken using a motion senor. I am thinking of doing a simular project but am having problems finding a motion sensor to connect to my Cannon EOS. What did you use??
Hey John... I'm that idiot who sprinted past you painted red in the marathon a couple weeks ago. And no, I did NOT jump in at the 21 mile mark. I ran the entire race like that, clocking a 3:41:47 according to my watch. Just wanted to clarify that I did run the entire race. Being a runner myself, I can't stand people that jump in the middle of the race. Great job finishing another Boston despite the heat on Marathon Monday - Ken
John, Loved the owl pics. Glad Marian posted your site in the Eagle this week. By the way, you know the 3-time defending champion of the Martha's Vineyard race...? That's my son, Jeff Day, who grew up here in Westford but lives in Olmsted, OH presently. Nice to meet you. Marilyn Day
Hello, We saw your website in the Westford Eagle on Thursday of this week. My family is really big fans of our birds and also we do have a fisher cat in our yard from time to time. My mother use to work with your father at Fletcher Quarry, many years ago. I try to download your website but I got an error. My mother and I would love to see a Fisher Cat.
I am from the UK and I am closely related to the James Piekos and the John Piekos listed below!
Hi John! I`m from Germany. My english is not so good, that I could write many words. But that is very nice, that Piekos are in the USA, too. My family and I live in Germany since 1990. Before 1990 we have lived in Poland, where the many Piekos are living. I'm waiting for your answer. See you later, John!
EXCELLENT !!! EXCELLENT EXCELLENT Website John. I was doing a search on DVD Libraries and came across your website. I have a total of 500 DVD's myself, I also have a yellow Lab and we share the same liking when it comes to lighthouses. I enjoyed browsing your pictures and I have even replied to one of the people who signed your guestbook regarding information for DVD Movie Library Management software. I have bookmarked your website so I can add some pictures of your Lighthouses to my pictures if that's ok. My Yellow Lab's name is Casper. Anyway, take care and congratulations again for the great job you've done putting this website together.
Recently my moms cellar was being dug out do to a leak in the boiler. Ever since then my mom has had some funny things happen in her house. My brother wasn't to sure but said he thought he seen a farret like animal.This made me think of a fisher.Though I haven't seen it I have seen it's droppings and was wondering if it looks like large rabbit poop? and if this is a fisher how would she get rid of it?
Came across this site looking for Virtual DVD Libraries. I notice you have quite a collection, I am a software developer and I've written a program that allows you to keep a virtual library of your DVD's (and more!), as my collection has grown quite large also. Please contact me if you would be interested in a copy.
You're still a Goop no matter how many houses you own!
Hi John. i stumbled onto your page while searching for pics of Fishercats. I have two that regurlarly visit the compost pile at the corner of the vegetable garden, They come up from the creek behind the house. Lovely house on the Vineyard. Vermont needs an ocean, then it would be perfect! Scratch Dozer on the belly for me. C Hill
Great site John, and some great pictures of the house, Dozer and MV, however there should be more pictures of say one of Dozers best friends Gator! That would add to the beauty of the site.
John, Great site. I loved the pictures of the Barred Owl and the Fishers! Increadable! Great dog pix as any Lab owner knows. Wondering when I'll get my complementary Dozer Salsa in trade for the Sage and Orvis rig that took the Steelhead out in Oregon to show up! Be well and keep up the fight. David W. Coleman PS. Got a week on MV for a single white male and a guest??
Hi John, Love your MV house. Love your salsa. Love Dozer, too. Web site ain't bad either. -Sunny
Hi, Boss, I was so surprised that you can do the watercolors, the two painting are wonderful, especially the "Cape Cod Lighthouse". And I read the story of "The Kilauea Iki Run", NOT BAD!, I like the ending, "My mind was racing". Also the part "Surrounding me, leaking through the swirling mists, I caught glimpses of the crater wall that I had just come from. Over the clouds of mist and the peacefulness of the crater floor floated the sounds of the surrounding rain forest.". It is touching and beautiful.
Hi John, I love your web pages on MV; house is awesome. I cannot wait until August.
John, i'm doing research on my last name and up comes your sight. It's very interesting that other people have the same last name as us.
John, I stumbled upon your site in search of some info on our last name, and to my surprise, it is more common than I thought! Good to know you all are out there...Peace & Love
Hey John, Nice web site for a Java guy! You should turn your Vineyard home into a salsa making factory. If juice can be sold from that area, then so can salsa. When your salsa factory becomes extremely successful, you can buy a place on the Big Island in order to run up volcanos every day. Later, Dirk
Hi John, You may not remember me, but I used to work with your Mom at the Party Shop in Lowell. I remember you & your sister (along with dozens of former Alexander's employees). My last name was Bard then. I just happened across the Westford web site, & recognized your name. Anyway, it was nice to see the photo of your family because I often think about your Mom. She was by far the best boss I ever had. Hope all is well with her & the rest of your family. Colleen
John--You and Jack have waaaaayyy too much time on your hands. Interesting that your site is mainly attracting unknown foreigners claiming to be family and Unix sys admins. I wound up at this site by typographical error (I was trying to find a recipe for johnnycakes), then the voices in my head reminded me to warn you of the dangers of rebooting your workstation. Miss all you guys. Good luck with your salsa and your dog. I'm surprised he's not named SUGAR_PINE.
John Piekos, I am so impressed, i wish I had thought of it myself. Best regards John Piekos!!!! PS, I note that my nephew James is on your guest book. Like he said the only PIEKOS' in UK are related to us.
Great site, John. Mike told me you had a site, so I came, looked and saw. Peace... Jim
i like your web-site!! i think you need some pictures of your trip to oregon this summer!
Hey John, Just came across you site and wanted to say hello. Do you have any family in the Connecticut or Mass area in the USA. I have a great yellow lab named Abbe. Later, Jim
Hi John, Just tapped in "piekos" to altavista, and up pops your page! As far as I am aware, the surname is very rare in the UK - our family are the only ones, as far as we know. People often think the name is of Greek origin, but our immediate family come from Poland, and more distantly, Hungary. Anyway, It's nice to see the Piekos name on the web. If you have time, I'd be really interested to hear the origins of your name. Regards, James Piekos.
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