Morning Chat: Kind of a windy day here in Port Loring Ontario. Waking up temperatures were sitting at 5.5 C | 41.9 F.
Forecast For Thursday: Cloudy with some showers off and on throughout the day. Could see some very high winds.
Pain Related To Weather: Today the weather could cause all kinds of problems with joint pain. (Rheumatism) Just one of those days.
Hunting Information: This morning the old weather stick is saying that the best times to be out there will be from 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Then a bit later on from 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM. I give it a 2 buck rating out of 5 for seeing a few. Not to good a day for hunting. Better times lay ahead. Good Luck!
Highway Report: Highway 522 is wet this morning Travelling won’t be the greatest. if out and about care should be taken.
Around Town: Quiet is the norm for this time of year. Folks are sleeping in a touch and for most parts taking life as it should be taken. Today being so wet will be working away here on some stories. Good day to sit here behind the old computer screen and do some catch up. With that, tea time here, Orange Pekoe with a touch of dandelion is my choice this morning. Have a great day, only you can make it happen.
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Hi George. I was sorry to hear the news about your blog. I have been reading it for a couple of years now and really enjoy getting an idea of the weather and all the other things that you cover in the Port Loring area. We have a cottage on Duck Lake and when we are not there your blog is the next best thing! I’ll be sure to update my bookmarks with your new location. Best wishes. Mike
Hi Mike good to hear from you. Yes to bad about the LSB site but times change as do people. Be it right or be it wrong not my decsion to make. But on the bright side I will still try and keep things up to date on my own personal BLog. In reality I have more followers here. Sorry for not getting back to you right away have been busy with getting things ready for winter. Enjoy your day and stay in touch. George Walters