What’s Happening In Cottage Country on July 13/2023

Good Morning!

It’s a cloudy, rainy morning here in cottage country waking up, and by the looks of things it will continue like this for most of the day. However, we do need the rain, or more so the earth needs the rain along with everything on it. The good news is I don’t have to water my vegetable garden today. The not so good news is we were going to cut our grass this morning, but it will have to wait. Probably tomorrow.

Highway 522 is very quiet for this time of year due to the cost of things. Simply put, most folks can’t afford to go anywhere or do things they want to do, being taxed to death. There isn’t much that isn’t taxed these days, hell, even when you die they are taxing folks on everything you worked all your life for. And it shouldn’t be that way. A day of reckoning is coming, let me tell ya. My old Dad always said, what goes around, comes around. And I believe that to be true. I just wished it would happen sooner than later to certain folks. I guess that is how we humans learn patience. Ha ha.

But Report: All is well these days in that department.

On another note, being Market Day here in town, my wife and I decided to head on into North Bay to pick up some supplies and things. The local market here doesn’t carry the specific things we require. I have to admit it was busy in North Bay with most of the parking lots were full of cars. While there we picked up what we needed, had our lunch in our car while people watching, chatted to a couple that was from our town doing the same as we were doing and then headed on home. All in all, it was a great day, other than the cost of things.

Today my wife and I will take it a bit easy being that it is raining outside, I might head on out to my old woodworking shop as I do have some projects on the go and my shop does need a bit of cleaning. Then later I will pick some fresh beans and garlic for supper. They sure are tasty this time of year.

Have a great day. GW

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