I have been meaning to mention here that if you have any events, pictures, or good informative news to share with folks, send them along to me in an E-mail with your name and things, or reply here at the Blog and I will do my best to get them put on the Blog. [email protected] is the place to send things. Have a great day.
You know for most my life I have lived in the country. Moving here to Port Loring, Ontario was just one more of our adventures in trying to keep us alive and well. In Niagara where we farmed it has grown to enormous proportions and you might say folks don’t have any elbow room any-more. Here in Port Loring that problem is solved. For those that want the simple life with a country backing, well this is the place for you. We are a growing area. but still with in our growth rate to get bigger, without loosing what I call necessities in life. Homes are readily available at a very reasonable price in and around our area, and lots of good land if you choose to build your dream home. We are still an unorganized area, but don’t let that worry you, as through my eyes it is an advantage point, as there are a lot of things not in place to hamper a fellow or gal, when the urge strikes to doing certain things. Also remember this, being unorganized doesn’t mean we don’t have rules to follow, and that any one can do what ever they want, as it doesn’t. We have our own Board here called the LSB, that takes place every month, open to the public and things are getting done. I can vouch for that, as I am on the Board, newly elected and lots of good things are about to happen and have happened. Guess what I am saying is, we have lots to offer here in Port Loring, so why not put it on your list of places to visit, you will be surprised in what you see. And when in town, stop in and see my wife and I, we would love to see you. Coffee is always on. Should say here too, if you need more info on our growing community, feel free to get in touch with either my wife or I. You can reach me here on the Blog or at : [email protected] or 1 705-757-1640 Take Care, George & Ruth Walters
U.S. President Barack Obama has signed into law a $7.5 billion aid package for Pakistan.
You would think this new Government would be looking after its own before spending huge amounts of dollars on other countries. But hey! Who am I, we have enough problems of our own here in Canada. Just thought I would throw in my two cents.
Well haven’t bee on here the past few days, just been busy. Old vegetable garden is growing great this year and think I might have some fresh broccoli within two weeks, so that is exceptionally good for this area. Tomatoes are all out in full bloom, so won’t be long for them either and gotta’ say, I can’t wait as I sure enjoy fresh tomatoes. My lovely wife does up around forty jars a year for winter. Also very healthy for you, especially if you mix them with fresh broccoli. This morning I got most of the garden hoed up and looking good.
We also got a lot going on here in Port Loring this weekend, so figured I would let you take a look. Info is below. My favourite is the frog race, but as it says, if you do take part, make sure you bring your very own champion frog. So should make for an interesting weekend. Oh and if you can’t read the flyer to well, just click on it and it will open a bit larger for those eyes that are not quite up to snuff. Hmm………… like mine, come to think of it. Talk Soon
You know for the past few months now all that I have heard is how bad our economy really is. I for one don’t really think it’s as bad as some would have us believe. Sure we have lost tons of jobs but that isn’t because the economy is bad, it’s happening because we don’t make or do anything for ourselves anymore here in Canada and when other countries get into hard times we feel it. What we need is to be a lot more self efficient and start looking after ourselves. Some folks say well that is being selfish, I say it’s not that way at all, as one has to look after themselves before they can help others. That’s a fact. I also think the media has every one so paranoid that they don’t know what to do. If you think back a few years we had a recession and it was worse than the one we are in now. So what to do? Well sure save a bit of money for a rainy day and sure pay off them debts, but don’t let it stop you from living a good healthy life. If everyone starts to hord their money, you can bet no good will become of it. And remember this, don’t believe everything the Powers That Be is telling you, especially a liberal view on things. My old Dad always told me, “George you got a mind of your own, you don’t need anyone else doing your thinking for ya.” My Opinion Only
Mike Harris: Ontario Liberals have spent the province into have-not status
Posted: November 20, 2008, 8:00 AM by Kelly McParland
Full Comment Just Click On The Link Worth The read
A couple of evening snow showers; otherwise, very cold with clearing. Winds from the NNW at 7 .
Low Tonight -23 °F maybe a bit colder. Sooooo stay warm and keep them home fires burning. Talk Soon
Well cool morning here when I got up. Down to 29 degrees. But they say it is going to get warmer as the week goes forward. Which is ok with me as I burn wood for heat living here in the North. So far I have burned around a full cord I would think, so it looks like it’s going to be a long season. Usually we burn around 16 face cords a year to heat this old house of ours. In my eyes wood heat is the only way to go here in the north, as if one had to pay for oil, gas, or hydro he would for sure have to have a good job, paying good wages. For us old folks though we make do with what we got and wood is our only way to keep warm for the money we got coming in. Not complaining mind ya, as my wife and I have been self efficient all our lives, not relying on anyone. Just the way it is. Have a great day. Talk Soon
Saturday March 15 2008
Start: 9:30 AM
Preview: 8:00 AM SAME DAY
The Royal Canadian
SIMPSON SPORTING AUCTIONS
FIREARMS & MILITARIA AUCTION
Antique & Modern Firearms, Winchester Rifles, Muskets, Handguns,
Ammunition, Militaria, Edge Weapons, Decoys & Outdoor Collectibles
from the estate lifetime collections
of the late Mel Hoyle of Belleville and the late David Dees of Etobicoke,
with important inclusions from Toronto, Sudbury, St Catherines
& local estates & private collections.
RIFLES: Remington 572, 788(2), 7400, 66, Ruger M77, Mini-14, Mini-30, Savage 1899(4), 340D, 63M, 1919 NRA, Marlin ’92(2), 1895, Knight MK-85, CIL Anschutz, NAACO, Cooey, Browning BL-22, 1900, BAR Mk2, Mossberg, Lee Enfield, Squires Bingham, etc.
WINCHESTER RIFLES: Models 1873(2), 1876, 1886, 1892(3), 1894(2), 94(5), 94AE, 100, 62A, 68, 70, 72, 77, etc.
SHOTGUNS: Winchester 97, 12, 12DU, 2200, 1300 Defender, FEG O/U(2), Remington 48, 58, 870, CIL, Mossberg, Browning Citori (20ga), Auto-5, Stevens, Zabala Hermanos, Rosson, Wilmont, etc.