|VERY DISAPPOINTING TO SEE GRAFFITI NOW APPEARING ON THE NEW BOULDERS AT GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE...THESE WERE THE ONLY TWO I COULD SHOW|
|AFTERNOON WALK ON ALONG SOME OF OUR PARK'S NEW ROADS|
Now, about that Facebook problem over the past couple weeks. Apparently, the problem existed right here all the time. The transition from Facebook's old format to its new one didn't go smoothly for me and with a number of small Facebook bugs occurring I found myself switching back and forth between the two. Somewhere in that switching process, a few things got changed with one of them being 'who can read my posts'. My normal setting for that is 'Public' but that had somehow been changed. It was Kelly who spotted that Wednesday night after another bug wouldn't allow me to copy and paste my post in the usual manner. 'Yay Kelly' Barring any future bug glitches I will cautiously say, 'I think we are all fixed up and good to go now. For any Facebookers who missed our short two day travels just go to the bottom of any of my posts and look for the words 'Newer Post' on the left and 'Older Post' on the right. Click either one for the direction you want to go. To make it easier, here are my two posts for this past Monday and Tuesday when we headed to Point Edward Ontario. Bayfield To Point Edward and We Are Home. And.....if for whatever reason you can't find my blog at any time, all you have to do is type the words 'Bayfield Bunch' into your Google search engine and 'WALLA' there we are. Easy Peasy, Oovie Groovy:))
Although still trying to remain optimistic about the Canada/U.S. border being open sometime in the next few months my sense of reality tells me not to hold my breath. As the perfect storm gathers strength over North America I don't think anyone can predict what may or may not happen over the next 6 months. We are all living through bizarre times right now and to what depths of bizarreness this storm will take us is a total unknown. Someday in the future, history books will be written about this era we are living in and I think people of that time will read these books and simply shake their heads in total disbelief that this could have even ever happened to a supposed race of seemingly intelligent people.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Driving to work, a gentleman had to swerve to avoid a box that fell out of the truck in front of him. Seconds later, a policeman pulled him over for reckless driving. Fortunately, another office had seen the carton in the road. The policemen stopped traffic and recovered the box. It was found to contain large upholstery tacks. "I'm sorry, Sir," the first trooper told the driver, "but I am still going to have to write you a ticket." Amazed, the driver demanded to know the reason. The trooper replied . . . "Tacks evasion."
Q: How did the bishop make holy water?A: He took some tap water and boiled the hell out of it.
- Tequila is an excellent teacher...Just last night it taught me to count...One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Floor!
Yes, it all certainly is bizarre these days!ReplyDelete
The photos of the flower and the butterflies are absolutely some of the best I have ever seen on your blog. Well done, Al.ReplyDelete
Love the flower photos! Wow!ReplyDelete
We no longer have to wear mask as of 1am Friday (not quite 2 hours and 44 minutes from now). It was hard as hell to lick my fingers to open those plastic bags at the produce section of the store. :)ReplyDelete
Try making a small rip on the top of the bag, Steve. A trick that I just recently learned.Delete
Steve, Haven't heard this. Is this only your locale or everywhere?Delete
Beautiful photos again! How do you manage to get that black background I wonder? Between Blogger and Facebook we sure have our problems. So glad when everything works ;-)ReplyDelete
Pictures with the bee reminded me reading article today how this 5G technology is killing our bees. "When the bees die off, then so will mankind". Yes we are living in tragic times but all of it is caused by humankind and will one day become fully apparent.ReplyDelete
Your blog and wonderful picture eases my heart. Many and more thanks.
that is pictures pluralReplyDelete