What’s Happening In & Around Port Loring Ontario, Canada on Nov 22/2022

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Good Morning!

Starting things off, it is a cool morning here in Port Loring. The temperature waking up was sitting at -12.3 C | 9.86 F. It will warm up above freezing a touch later on in the day. And for the next three days it will get even warmer. Kind of nice for this time of year. Highway 522 is bare and dry this morning, but we could see some flurries later on in the day. So care should be taken if out and about.
For my wife and I we are staying home these days. We only get to town when absolutely necessary.

Yesterday I worked in the shop most of the day. My old scroll saw gave up the ghost and I can’t get parts for it any more. I guess I shouldn’t complain as it is over 30 years old. So I ordered another one, different brand, so we will see how it works out. Hoping it does the job. But I don’t expect it to last as long as my old one. That’s for sure.

Today, being that the weather isn’t all that bad, I am going to organize an outside shed I have. I am thinking I will put our ATV out there, which will give me more room in my woodworking shop. I didn’t want to at first, but since I am not going to be using it till spring, I figured this to be the best solution for now. That should take care of the day, as there is a lot of work to be done moving things around. I guess I should have done that earlier in the year. Live and learn.

With that, I am off for a bowl of cereal and will then see what the day has in store. Other than what I have planned. You never know what a day might bring.

Stay safe.

In Closing, I Would Like To Wish You Well.

2 thoughts on “What’s Happening In & Around Port Loring Ontario, Canada on Nov 22/2022”

  1. Hello George: I just read your last thing on Supplement of Nugget. I always like them but this one really loved: Where you headin? Such memories are very precious and the old man certainly appreciated that you got lost. Reminded me of last year my daughter was decorating outside and putting the wooden snowmen up and a man stopped got out of his vehicle and told her: This is hard work and you are doing a good job but the worst is you do it for nothing. There will be a few days much warmer and they will all melt. Got back in his vehicle and left. She ran inside: Mom who was that man? I have no clue. But it made us laugh and remembered it when she was putting them up again. So may things like that can brighten our day. Hope you continu as it is always very interesting. Thank you

    1. Hi there. Real nice to hear from you. Means a lot to me when folks let me know they are enjoying my stories. And thanks for sharing your story with me. I enjoy hearing stories other than my own. Anyways … you have a great day, and thanks again for saying hello. George Walters

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