Good Morning. It’s a cloudy morning here in Port Loring Ontario. I am thinking we will see some sunshine later on with the weather improving. The temperature getting out of bed was sitting at 11.6 C | 52.88 F with the winds coming in from the SSW. It will warm up as the day moves forward. Highway 522 is still busy, but not as much traffic as there was a couple of weeks ago. Which is nice for a change. On another note, I finished painting my front door yesterday, well … I still have to put on one more coat. It looks pretty nice. It’s these cosmetic things that brings everything together. Furthermore, it’s like building a Million-Dollar House. If you don’t landscape it properly, it won’t look as it should. No appeal. The thing is, you don’t need a Million Dollar home. An old home to me with a great landscape and a bit of land is what it is all about. If someone bought an older home, put some money into the landscaping, fixed up the inside along with some paint, it would beat any Million Dollar home hands down. Today people have to have huge homes, and if you were to take a close look at them, you would find that there is probably no more than two or three people living in them. All that space costs money to keep maintained. To me, they are just cold in looks and comfort. But to each their own. Today I am going to work in my woodworking shop getting things ready to make a bunch of orders I have lined up for next spring. Along with that, we are planning on having a grand new re-opening next spring, after being closed for the past two years. That is, if things goes to plan with this virus that is among us. I think things will settle down as time goes by, that is, if people start doing what they should be doing. It’s still not the time to let down our defences, as this virus is out to get us humans. And for those that don’t believe that … well, good luck! With that I am off for my morning bowl of oatmeal and will then see what the day has in store other than what I have planned. Stay safe. GW
Fishing Times: Today My old weather stick is saying that the best times to be out there will be from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM and then again from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. I give it a 2-Star Rating out of 5 for catching a few. Good Luck!