Morning Chat, Sept 5/2021

Good Morning. It’s another sunny morning here in Port Loring Ontario, Canada. And if things go to plan, it should remain with us, along with some clouds, for most of the day. The temperature getting out of bed was sitting at 16.9 C | 62.42 F, with the winds coming out of the N West at 4.68 km/h | 2.91 mph. The barometer is rising, which is a good thing. At least weather wise. Highway 522 is still busy these days. We will see how that goes now that the kids are heading back to school next week. Hard to say, as a lot of people are working from home these days, caused by the virus. And as hard as it is to say … a lot of folks don’t want to go back to work. Reason being, they are still getting the money that the government is handing out. I actually know some business that can’t find help and might have to close down. Strange world we live in these days. But, being the country we are, I suspect things will be getting a lot worse in that department. Yesterday, my wife and I worked around our home. I decided to move our weather station to a better location. We moved it and attached it to our new shower house we built earlier in the year. Now that we took down a bunch of trees that needed to be taken down, things are opened up a lot, which makes it just perfect for our weather station to monitor things. I like it a lot, as now I can keep an eye on it from my desk. That will be nice all winter as it will give me something different to look at. And I do enjoy watching and predicting the weather. I have been working with it for most of my life using different methods that my old Dad and Grandfather used, along with my Native friend’s Grey Wolf’s knowledge. For most parts it has been pretty accurate. Today I have my shop to clean up once again. It seems when ever I get to doing things at the end I have a mess to clean up. Not complaining mind ya. With that, I am off for some cranberry pancakes my lovely wife is making me with some Maple Syrup that my friend Mike gave us awhile back. He was the world’s champion a year or so ago. Nice fellow. Take care and stay safe. GW

Fishing Times: Today my old weather stick is saying that the best times to be catching fish are between 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM and then again from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. I give it a 3-Star Rating out of 5 for catching a few. Good Luck! Oh, don’t forget your raincoat. It might come in handy.

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Cranberry Pancakes

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