|STORMY SKIES ALONG LAKE HURON SHORES THIS MORNING|
I'M THINKING THIS MAY BE A NEW CONCRETE TOP ON BAYFIELD'S SOUTH PIER
|LARGE BOULDERS WILL BE USED TO SHORE UP THE LAKESHORE BANK|
|OUT THERE IS WHERE WE HEARD THE THUNDER|
|PHEEBS IS NOT AFRAID OF THUNDER AND HERE SHE LOOKS OFF TOWARDS THE STORMY HORIZON|
|I HOPE THEY HAVE A GOOD BAILING BUCKET ABOARD|
|ON THE PIER I WALKED BY THIS CANADA GOOSE NOT MORE THAN THREE FEET AWAY AND IT JUST WATCHED ME WITHOUT ANY CONCERN AS I PASSED BY|
|LOCAL FISHERMEN ALONGSIDE THE BAYFIELD RIVER PATIENTLY WAITING FOR A BITE|
|A SPRING STREAM MAKES IT'S WAY HAPPILY THOUGH A CEDAR FORREST|
|A GROVE OF WILLOW TREES DISPLAYING THEIR SPRING COLORS|
|DO YOU SUPPOSE THE FARMER HAS TRIMMED THE BOTTOMS OF THESE CEDAR TREES....NOPE, HE SENDS HIS COWS TO THIS PASTURE AND FROM YEARS OF GRAZING UNDER THESE TREES THEY HAVE KEPT THEM TRIMMED UP|
|OH DEAR DO I HAVE TO USE THE 'SNOW' WORD HERE|
|WON'T BE LONG NOW UNTIL HAPPY CAMPERS WILL BE RETURNING TO THEIR FAVORITE AREA CAMP GROUNDS...THIS ONE IS KERR'S CAMPGROUND A COUPLE MILES SOUTHEAST OF VARNA ONTARIO|
Late one night at the insane asylum, one inmate shouted, "I am Napoleon!" Another patient asked, "How do you know?" The first inmate said, "Because God told me!" Just then, a voice from another room shouted, "I did NOT!"
One fisherman to another, "You should've seen what happened yesterday at the lake." "What happened?" "I caught a twenty-three pound salmon!" "Were there any witnesses?" "Yes, of course! If there wasn't, it would've been thirty-three pounds."
Some nice days for exploring we're getting, eh?ReplyDelete
We never watch anything live on TV. We tape it all and then watch it later, fast forwarding thru the commercials.ReplyDelete
Al, what Sirius channel do you enjoy? Mine is Spa, channel 68. I also like Escape, 69.ReplyDelete
Yes, it is Spa I listen to most.ReplyDelete
We do exactly the same when we watch TV. The mute button is absolutely necessary. No newsReplyDelete
programs since 2016. We get our news from our iPads. Headlines that give us a choice as to
whether we want to pursue the story or not. You are so right about the mess in this country.
We are so thankful we experienced pride at being Americans. Nowadays we feel like we have been dropped in a strange place. We don't recognize "our country" any more.
We often said sarcastically that we had the best politicians money could buy. Now we have the worst that money can buy. I believe the current administration and its army of followers, senators, judges, etc., will not go peacefully even if not "re-elected." And, there will be people in the streets before this is over....ReplyDelete
Yes, Al. Thank goodness for XM/Sirius and remote-controlled-recorded TV programs. And thank you for your blog.
If only we could use the mute button on Nor My President !ReplyDelete
Some wonderful views today. Looks like you and Pheebes had a great time on your outing. Love the first few photos of the sky over Lake Huron. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Dennis and I have spent many Winters along the Rio Grande and Southern Arizona. What is happening at our borders makes me so angry. I expect when we are dead and gone, this country might become North Mexico, not North America. I don't mind anyone coming into our great country by doing it the right way..and become a legal citizen. It so saddens me to see this mess and Congress will not do it's job and change our immigration laws. The drugs and lawlessness coming into this country is terrible. Oops, ...Did I just rant to you??? Sorry, I couldn't help myself. I love our Southwest!!ReplyDelete
When are we going to get an update on Cave Dwellings ?Delete
I bet that there are trout in that stream. I would love to wet a line in it.ReplyDelete