Good Morning! It is starting to be quite windy here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada this morning. The temperature is sitting at 2.9 C | 37.22 F. It is raining and I suspect it will rain for most the day, then it could change to snow or freezing rain. I am thinking we will have a mixed bag of weather for today and into tomorrow. The reason for this is we are right on the line of freezing and not freezing. We could even see some power outages with the winds and more so if we get the freezing rain. The lights here in our home have been flickering for a while now. Which isn’t a good sign. But … it is a sign of what’s to come. So in all sincerity Nature does give us warning. Today if the power remains on … my wife and I will finish watching the Masters Golf Tournament. It would be a shame to miss the last day after watching it for three days. But nothing is for sure in life. I have found that out many times over the years. Highway 522 is slowing down some with the hunters out of the bush heading on back to the cities. Which in turn will make it really quiet around here for the next few months. I am okay with that. LOL Especially with this virus closing in on us. With that I am off for my morning cup of tea with my lovely wife and will then enjoy the day for what it is. It’s all in how you make it. Stay safe and do what’s right. Oh, and the power just went out and back on. Hmm.
Good Morning. It’s a foggy morning here in Port Loring, Ontario, Canada. The temperature at the time of this post was sitting 7.5 C | 45.5 F. Temperatures will rise as the day moves forward, and we should see some sunshine a bit later too. Knowing that I think I will wash our car and after that put my garden hose away in the basement for winter. After that if I feel up to it, I might put a coat of wax on the old feller. It should then be ready for winter, other than getting my brakes checked over by Kerry a very good friend of mine. He did do an oil change earlier, but this still needs to be done. He said he would do it sometime next week. So once that is done we should be all set. I should mention that Kerry or ‘Booths Garage here in Port Loring, is a great place to take your vehicle too, if it is in need of something. I highly recommend him. Highway 522 is bare and dry this morning. A few cars trucks and things moving from East to West. Mostly hunters and locals that are moving around. With that, I am off for my morning cup of coffee with my lovely wife and maybe a bowl of cereal. LOL Take care and stay safe. GW