|THIS MOURNING DOVE LANDED ON THE FEEDER SCARING AWAY THE GRACKLES BUT NOT BEFORE THIS GRACKLE GOT HIMSELF A BEAK FULL OF PEANUT BUTTER SUET|
|WON'T EVEN LET THEM LAND AND BELOW HE STRUTS HIS STUFF STILL KING OF THE HILL|
|A LOT OF WATER IN AREA FIELDS|
|I WAS GLAD TO SEE THIS FARMER (UPPER RIGHT) COME OUT TO CHECK ON HIS CATTLE AFTER THE HEAVY RAINS|
|THESE DARN CROWS HAVE TAKEN A LIKING TO OUR PEANUT BUTTER SUET|
|NO THESE AREN'T CROWS THEY ARE GRACKLES|
|I RELOCATED THE FINCH AND SUET FEEDERS|
|HEAVY RAINS DIDN'T BOTHER THIS GROWING CORN FIELD|
|I WAS VERY SUPRISED THE DELUGE OF RAIN HADN'T BATTERED DOWN PARTS OF THIS WINTER WHEAT FIELD|
|NICE SMOOTH PAVEMENT ON THIS NEWLY REPAVED ROAD (PORTER'S HILL LINE)|
|NO WORK FOR THESE PAVING MACHINES THIS MORNING....TOO WET|
|SAW THIS DREDGING MACHINE AT THE MOUTH OF GODERICH'S HARBOR THIS MORNING|
|A TUGBOAT PUSHES AND EMPTY BARGE OUT TO THE DREDGER|
|TWO WORKERS ON THE BOW OF THE BARGE KEEPING AN EYE ON THINGS|
|MAMA GOOSE LETS THE KIDS PLAY IN A WATERPUDDLE NEAR THE HARBOR|
|SPOTTED THESE TURKEY VULTURES DRYING THEIR WINGS ON A BARN ROOF NEAR OUR PARK|
- If I had a dollar every time a customer complained about the price of cinema food. I could almost afford a small popcorn.
- “I did not know how to use the wood-smoothing tool, so had the woodworker explain it to me in plane language.”
- “Boss can I have a week off around Christmas?”
“Sorry. May I have a week off around Christmas?
So I walked into a this bar and heard two girls speaking in what sounded like a lovely Scottish accent. I said: So, are you two girls from Scotland? One of them said: "Wales Idiot!" So I said: "Oh, I am terribly sorry about that. So, are you two Whales from Scotland?"That's the last thing I remember.