Despite the month of November having the reputation of being the worst month of the year in these northern latitudes by many, including me, I must say our November this year so far hasn't been too bad at all. We could be up to our keesters in snow but we're not. We could be under dark sullen skies and cold rains for days on end and we're not. And this final upcoming November week is actually looking doable.
Being too large to turn around in the Goderich harbor a large ship (Federal Columbia) having just maybe taken on a load of either corn, beans, or wheat had just backed itself back out of the harbor and was in the process of being turned around by a small tug to head off out into the lake and its next destination.
Had occasion to be in Goderich's Walmart this morning and I noticed they are beginning to remove the one-way arrows on 'some' of the aisles. Also noticed in Clinton Monday morning the local hardware store had a sign out saying customers could once again use the main front door instead of the side door like in the past six or seven months. Luckily, our area is not, and never has been, one of the hot Covid spots in Ontario.
|I GUESS THAT MAKES IT OFFICIAL BUT I HAVE NO IDEA WHEN THEY PLAN TO OPEN|
|STILL WORKING HARD ON THE NEW GODERICH BOARDWALK|
|LAKE HURON CONTINUES TO EAT AWAY AT THE SHORELINE AND SOON PARTS OF THE DOG WALKING AREA TRAIL WILL BE GONE|
In The Air Tonight by Phil Collins.....A well done 'live' production.
Military leaders succeed in building a computer able to solve any strategic or tactical problem. They are assembled in front of the new machine and instructed to feed a difficult tactical problem into it. They describe a hypothetical situation to the computer and then ask the pivotal question: attack or retreat? The computer hums away for an hour and then comes up with the answer: "Yes." The generals look at each other, somewhat stupefied. Finally one of them submits a second request to the computer: "Yes what?" Instantly the computer responded: "Yes Sir."
Patient: Doctor, I'm thinking that I may be losing my hearing.
Doctor: Can you tell me what you know of the symptoms?
Patient: Homer is bald and fat, Marge has blue hair...