|THIS IS MY FIRST LOOK AT THE NEW CONCRETE TOP ON BAYFIELD'S SOUTH PIER AND HEY THAT LOOKS LIKE A SAILING VESSEL OUT THERE|
|IT'S SOME KIND OF A LARGE SAILING VESSEL ALRIGHT|
|LOOKS LIKE A YOUNG CREW TO ME|
|LOOKING BACK TOWARDS THE BAYFIELD SHORELINE|
|LOTS OF ROPES, METAL PULLEYS, AND WOODEN PEGS|
|LOOKS LIKE DAD HAS THE GIRLS OUT FISHING THIS MORNING|
|A FEW OTHER FISHERMEN ON THE PIER AS WELL|
|BAYFIELD HAS A SMALL BEACH AREA AND THIS IS PRETTY MUCH IT|
|QUIET MORNING IN THE HARBOR|
|GUESS THAT JUST ABOUT SUMS THINGS UP GUYS|
|NO NEED FOR LIFE PRESERVERS WHEN YOU HAVE YOUR BICYCLE ONBOARD EH|
|ALWAYS A FEW BOATS FOR SALE AROUND THE HARBOUR|
|I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT GREEN STUFF IS HANGING ON THAT BOAT OR WHY IT'S HANGING ON THERE|
|SPOTTED THIS CAR IN BAYFIELD THIS MORNING|
|ALONG BAYFIELD'S MAIN STREET|
|AND THIS TIM HORTON COFFEE SHOP PROJECT IS STILL A BIG BUST|
|WON'T BE LONG AND FARMERS WILL BE OUT HARVESTING THEIR GOLDEN WHEAT FIELDS|
Woman's Quote of the Day: "Men are like fine wine. They all start out like grapes, and it's our job to stomp on them and keep them in the dark until they mature into something with which you'd like to have dinner with."
Men's Counter-Quote of the Day: "Women are like fine wine. They all start out fresh, fruity and intoxicating to the mind then turn full-bodied with age until they go all sour and vinegary and give you a headache."
Maybe your photos have been clear and sharp all along. I certainly thought so. Interesting sailboat too. I read that it's one of two sail training vessels operated by Toronto Brigantine.ReplyDelete
Nice that the docs are getting abcmto your and things are moving along nicelyReplyDelete
Sure is wonerfult see clearly again enjoy the new views.
The China Study by T Colin Campbell - what makes cancer grow and how diet can slow it down or stop it. This book changed my way of eating three years ago. I now have lots of energy. I am age 69. I posted the Amazon link below.ReplyDelete
Loved the photos of the sailboat. When I was young my dad, mom and us three kids lived on a 89 foot two master sloop for a year. Best time of my life. It was named Elsadon.ReplyDelete
Not happy to hear your cancer is a grade four. I am glad you are upfront with us so we don't have the extra worry of not knowing what's going on. Hope you hear good news on August 14. I had cataract surgery a couple months ago and new $600 glasses. Great to see clear again like you.
Be careful about mixing up your terms. STAGE 4 and GRADE 4 are not interchangeable. The GRADE-ing system seems to just be a more fine tuned description of the Gleason score. I am certainly not a medical professional - but do know this is all very complicated stuff. Whatever you have (or don't have) - has been caught very early. I trust you will do fine. 🌷ReplyDelete
Al, you are such a tender-hearted soul. I so admire everything from your beautiful photography to your courage in sharing such a deeply personal journey. You have my prayers and thanks - today and always.🌷🍀💙ReplyDelete
Your photos are lovely on this post, so much color and different angles, etc. Good luck to Kelly on her test and I am so happy to read that things are happening quickly for you and your tests. New glasses make all the difference, you should get them checked a minimum of every two years.ReplyDelete
Thank you for being so upfront with us about what is happening in your life. Life is good and bad times and when you care about someone you need to know both sides. I am glad to hear they are getting you in rapidly so you can get started on the right plan of action.ReplyDelete