I noticed the Trigger Point movie set in our small lakeside community of Bayfield Ontario was gone this morning when Pheebs and I cruised leisurely down the town's wide and now inactive main street. The only thing left were a number of large white trucks with lights on and engines idling parked around Bayfield's Clan Gregor Square. Drivers were milling about and climbing into driver's seats. I expect the trucks and trailers loaded with all sorts of movie-making equipment were about to form a convoy and make their way back from whence they had come a short week ago. And I'm guessing that place to be Toronto.
BAYFIELD'S MAIN STREET IS BACK TO NORMAL THE MOVIE SET IS ALSO BACK TO NORMAL BIG TRUCKS READY TO PULL OUT
|EVEN THE TWO BIG MOTORHOMES ARE READY TO ROLL|SOON THAT ORANGE MACHINE ON THE BARGE WILL BE DISMANTLING ALL THE MANY BOAT DOCKS LIKE THE ONES IN THE FOREGROUND I DIDN'T SEE A SINGLE BOAT LEFT IN THE WATER OUR AREAS CORN HARVEST IS IN FULL SWING
|I BET HER PALS CALL HER 'SKUNKY'|
With the exception of very stiff legs from not taking my arthritis Arthrotec pills, I didn't notice much difference in myself after stopping all my meds nearly two weeks ago. Thinking maybe all those meds were leading to this overwhelming tiredness of mine I've come to the conclusion it's not the pills. In fact, I seem to be even more mentally and physically tired than I was before. Therefore, I have resumed taking my meds. Most of my day again was spent reading and snoozing by our warm fireplace in my sunroom recliner. It is turning out to be my most favorite place to be.
|AND JUST DOWN THE ROAD FROM OUR PARK I CAME ACROSS THESE CANADA GEESE|
I tried to talk myself into grabbing my camera gear and heading out into the cold and grabbing a few full Moon shots on this unusually clear night. Guess I'm not as good a salesman with myself I once was. My talk fell on deaf ears. Instead, from right here at my computer desk I took a photo through the window of a large domed light we have sitting in our front yard flower bed.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A Few Halloweenie Jokes::
MY FLOWER BED FULL MOON PHOTO EVEN HAS A COUPLE CREATURES IN IT
Q: What do you call a vampire that lives in a kitchen? A: Count Spatula.
A: You never know which witch is which!
Q: What does a witch use to do her hair?
Q: What happens when a ghost gets lost in the fog?
A: He is mist.
Q: How do you fix a cracked pumpkin?
A: A pumpkin patch.
Q: Why don’t vampires have more friends?
A: Because they are a pain in the neck.
Q: What position does a ghost play in hockey?
Q: What do you give a vampire when he’s sick?
Q: What is a ghost's nose full of?
You are probably suffering from SADD. The lack of Sunlight, Shorter Days and Cold Weather makes everyone feel like a slug.ReplyDelete
With everyone wearing Masks these days because of the Virus it also makes things more depressing. It's hard to see Smiles through them.
Be Safe and Enjoy the beauty around you.
It's about time.
In 1989 the movie The War Of The Roses came to my small town in Coupeville WA. They spent two weeks filming, installed fake store fronts or painting others ... all for 5 minutes in the movie. LOLReplyDelete
Al, I may have mentioned taking a Vitamin D-3 supplement especially now with the weather changing and not being in the sunlight as much. Same thing where I live. My doctor has me take 2 x 1000 IU each day and it is also recommended to help seniors lower the risk of Covid. Here's a link that discusses this (hope the link works):ReplyDelete
Highly agree with the vitamin D for covid protection, proven it works as per Dr. Campbell!Delete
Loved your shot of creatures backlit by the moon. And the skunky calf. Al, your energy levels may be dropping but your creativity is as robust as ever!ReplyDelete
Regardless of meds or dreary weather you are much loved by your readers, many of which are complete strangers - like me, for example. Thanks for taking the time for us.ReplyDelete
Love the pictures of the Geese with the Fall colors reflected in the water.ReplyDelete
Thanks to the above info on Vitamin D3. I also take 2,000 per day but I don't know why. My doctor told me to so I do but it's good to connect a value to the vitamin.ReplyDelete
Yes, Al. I agree that winter is working on you. Maybe just go with it. Winter is for hibernating after all, isn't it?ReplyDelete
Vitemin D: I was on 50,000 IU/week until my doc went on vacation. The substitute doc said D was dangerous and would not listen to reason; namely, that I had been taking it for years and did not have it any other way. I have a condition that does not permit some values to be gained through what I eat. D is one of those. By the time my doc returned, I did not want to be bothered with that hassle again and did not get D reinstated. It looks like Covid19 is going to change that. Thank you to everyone for the reminder.
Beautiful geese photos. I too have thought my medications are making me tired but probably not. If I didn't have my trip to the southwest this winter I would have a very hard time this winter. Wish you three were there.ReplyDelete