Good Morning! It’s looking like a really nice day for us here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada. The sun is shinning without a cloud in the sky. But it’s early and no one really knows what the weather is going to do. Some say they do, but I don’t believe that to be true … in part. LOL Yesterday I had a few pressing things to do, so I didn’t get on my computer. All good things though! I also got a lot done on a new bar I am making for our new cottage to be. Should be quite nice when all said and done. It was warm though working in the shop, and I was ready for a shower and a cool drink at the end of the day. Today I will be doing the same. My lovely wife is doing up things for winter that we grew in our veggie gardens. So we will be eating good this winter. Some would be …. Homemade Sweet Pickles, Zucchini Relish, and Red Pepper Jam. I sure enjoy all of them. Today she is going to make Huckleberry Jam that a very good friend of ours dropped off and Cucumber relish if she has time. So she is busy for sure. Lot of work, but it’s worth it to be eating healthy. Highway 522 is still busy but slowing down a touch. Properties are still selling fast in our area. So we will be having lots of new faces in our small town in the coming days. Is it a good thing? Who am I to say, time will tell. Temperatures have cooled down some and at the time of this post it was sitting at 14.8 C | 58.64 F. It will warm up some as the day progresses. Not too much though. Good weather for working outside. With that I am off for my morning cup of coffee with my lovely wife on the front porch. No breakfast this morning. We miss every other day eating breakfast. Our bodies seem to like it better that way. Also, good for the waste line. Not that I mind … but my wife seems to notice these things LOL. Take care, stay safe and do what’s right with this virus that is going around.
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Today my old weather stick is saying that fishing isn’t going to be the greatest. I give it a 1-Star Rating out of 5 for catching a few. But you never know. As I always say … if you’re in the right place at the right time, fish will be on the table for supper. Winds are light this morning coming in from the North. Good Luck!