George’s Daily Post Nov. 21/2015

Good Morning: Cloudy morning here in Port Loring.  Got a storm front moving into our area this afternoon, 5 cm are expected by early evening with another 10 to 15 cm tonight. The snow will taper off on Sunday.  I hope so.  I like snow but I don’t like a whole mess of it. But we do live in the snow belt.  If anyone gets it we do.  Also could see some high winds associated with the storm.

Pain, Colds & Flu’s Related To Weather:   Today the weather will protect us from colds and flu’s.  For aches and pains it will do nothing, neither hinder nor help.  Kind of just going to sit there and let things happen.

Highway Report: As of 9:30 AM, Highway 522 is bare and dry.  That will change as the day moves forward.  Travelling will be good this morning deteriorating this afternoon.  So care should be taken if out and about.  Tomorrow will be a better day, I hope.

Snow Report:  Nothing to speak of at the moment.

Hunting Information;  For those that want to do some scouting with a camera or a Bow the best times to be out there will be from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM.  A fair day for hunting.  I give it a 3 out of 5 Buck Rating for seeing a few.  Good Luck!

Around Town: Not too much happening in and around our small community.  We did head on into North Bay yesterday and most stores were doing a brisk business.  Good to see.  Our son Karl took us for supper at the Montana’s 1899 Algonquin Ave, North Bay, ON P1B 4Y8
Phone:(705) 840-2087.  New place that opened up in the Bay and I have to say it was excellent.  We all ordered something different and all was really tasty.  Prices weren’t all that bad either.  I don’t mind paying a bit more if things are good.  Also the waitress’s were kind and helpful.  So on a score of 1 to 10 I would give it a 8 as of now.  Why only a 8.  Simple, nothing is perfect in life and they still have to do some fixing up on the inside here and their.  All and all no complaints.  With that heading off for my morning tea.  Dandelion this morning.  Good for all kinds of things.  Enjoy your day an stay safe.

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