Morning Chat, Sep. 14/2021

Good Morning! It’s a cool morning here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada. The temperature waking up was sitting at 10.7 C | 51.26 F. It will warm up a touch as the day moves forward. The winds are coming in from the SS East, which isn’t the best. I suspect there will be showers or rain off and on throughout the day. We could see a bit of sunshine, but for most parts the clouds will remain with us. Highway 522 is slowing down more every day, now that the kids are back to school and the weather is getting colder. I can’t say I blame them. For myself, in one way I am glad winter is coming as my lovely wife and I will get a much-needed rest after all the work we have done this summer. But I don’t look forward to the cold and snow. And by looking at nature, we could see a lot of snow with some pretty good storms thrown in for good measure this winter. It might pay to put in some extra firewood along with picking up some extra gas for your generator. A generator is a good investment in this area. Yesterday I worked away in my woodworking shop getting it set up for making things this winter. Today I think I will start to bring in our firewood for winter. That usually takes us three days. I feel better when it is in the basement, piled high and dry. Nothing like having the wood right at your fingertips. Some have these outside furnaces. Mine is in my basement, where all I have to do is put on my slippers and feed it without going out into the blowing snow. But to each their own. With that, I am off for my morning bowl of oatmeal. It is healthy and stays with you for most of the morning, which is what a person needs in this neck of the woods. Take care and stay safe, the numbers are rising virus wise, here in Ontario with the kids going back to school. GW

Fishing Times: Today my old weather stick is saying that the best times to be out there today will be from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM, and then again from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. But it won’t be the greatest day. I only give it a 1-Star Rating out of 5 for catching a few. But you never know. If you’re in the right place at the right time, you could pull in one or two. Don’t forget your raincoat and a warm drink. Good Luck!

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