Catchin’ Up In Cottage Country On March 2/2024

Good Morning! We are into March, and it’s time to welcome the longer days and shorter nights with open arms.

Waking up, the temperature was pretty nice with it sitting at 2.3 C | 36.14 F. And it will warm up a lot more as the day moves forward, and we could see some sunshine later on. Actually, it will remain warm for the next week or so. Tomorrow and Monday, we could see temperatures climbing up to the 63F/17C mark, which is, summer weather. All caused by a huge warm-up which started in the lower states, edging its way north.

On another note, my wife and I headed on into North Bay yesterday to pick up some supplies, and while there we went out for lunch with our son at Casey’s. We had a good meal, chatted and then headed on home. I have to say, the stores were sure busy. But then it was Friday, and it seems not too many folks work on Fridays anymore. Which is fine if you have a job that allows it. All in all, we had a great day and, to top it all off, we had sunshine all the way home. It won’t be long till we start seeing our spring colors, which are mighty nice. I actually like them as much as I do the fall colors.

Highway 522 is clear of snow and ice, which has made traveling real good for the past day or so.

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Today I will head on out to my woodworking shop as I have some projects on the go, which will keep me busy for most of the day. And being so warm I won’t have to feed my old stove which will be nice for a change.

With that I am off for my breakfast that my lovely wife is preparing and will then see what the day has in store.

Have a great day, but before I go, let me leave you with this: “The older I get, the more I realize that some of the best views in life, come from the rearview mirror.” GW

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