What’s Happening In Cottage Country on July 23/2023

Good Morning. I hope everyone is well on this fine looking Sunday morning. Walking out the door this morning and taking in a few deep breaths of our fresh northern air sure felt good. I sometimes think that a lot of people doesn’t realize just how lucky they are to be able to do that. But it’s always been that way for me, as with owning farms throughout my life there is nothing nicer than the smell of the land, plants and trees in the early morning hours. Just something about it that makes me feel good and want to make the most of the day.

Bug Report: Not much to report other than a few pesky deer flies. I might have to buy a new hat as my old one is getting worn out a bit from swatting them.

Highway 522 was a touch busy yesterday with campers and tourists roaming around our area.

On another note, my wife and I took a drive to the big city of North Bay yesterday to pick up a few things along with our fresh Ontario Montmorency Sour Cherries. We buy them every year and put them away for winter. My lovely wife puts them in the freezer for making pies and things. Sour-tasting, flavorful and juicy, Montmorency cherries grown here in Ontario are the best there is in the world and along with that they have a lot of health benefits, especially for those with cancer and dealing with gout. While in town we also picked up some other things had lunch in our car while people watching, my wife then poured us a tea that she made before we left and headed on home taking in what nature has to offer. Oh, and we did stop off at a friends place for an hour or two for a long over do visit.

With that, I am off for a bowl of cereal and will then see what the day has in store.

Have a great day! GW

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