What’s happening? January 18/2022

Good Morning! We are having some sunshine here in Port Loring, Ontario, this morning. But it is cold, with the temperature sitting at -21.1 C | -5.98 F. It will warm up a wee bit as the day progresses, but not much. Tonight however it will warm up substantially, and we could see the temperature rise above the freezing mark tomorrow. But that will be short-lived as the temperatures will fall very quickly one again tomorrow night. Later on today and through the night, we could see around 4 inches of new snow, along with some more for tomorrow. So … we got a mixed bag of weather heading our way. But looking at things, it’s been that way for a while now. As of now, Highway 522 is bare and dry, but that will change later on today. So if you have anything planned, it might pay to do it this morning. On another note, yesterday I worked away here on the Blog. Got a lot done with the help of my son Karl. Today I will get back to writing up stories for my newspaper columns, along with some podcasts. I like to get them out of the way through the winter months, as come summer I hate being stuck inside the house. Especially when fishing season arrives. Talking about fishing, we haven’t been out in our boat for two years now. First with this darn virus and second when we did head on out last fall, we had some trailer and motor trouble. This year, I am hoping things will be better. I did have Kerry, my friend, who owns Booth’s Garage here in town fix up my boat trailer and get me a new battery, so things should be good in that department. If there is one thing I enjoy, it is fishing with my buddy Barry. Who I haven’t seen that much since this virus entered into the picture. I am beginning to have Barry withdrawals. Ha Ha. With that, I am off for a piece of toast with my lovely wife, and will then get to work. Take care and stay safe. GW

You can reach George Walters at: [email protected]

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