|A COLD RAINY DAY AT THE BEACH|
|FARMER'S ARE AT A STANDSTILL TODAY FOR OBVIOUS REASONS|
|DESPITE THE RAIN, THESE CANADA GEESE ARE BUSY GLEANING THIS RECENTLY HARVESTED BEANFIELD|
|JUST HANGING OUT ON A RAINY WET WEDNESDAY|
Today, being the first official day of Autumn, the season kinda came in with significant fanfare possibly foretelling what's to come in the colder months ahead. With a definite drop in temperature and a steady rain, we had the Jeep's heater on this morning and the furnace on in the house this afternoon to take the damp chill out of the air. I transitioned into pre-winter ware this morning. My standard fare is a T-shirt, long sleeve shirt, warm jacket, and a heavier pair of blue jeans. And I've switched from my summer Mojave National Preserve Breezer hat to my Tombstone 22-10 ton cowboy hat for the cooler and colder weather. In America's southwest, one can wear a cowboy hat and fit right in unnoticed but not so much up here in Ontario's baseball-cap land. I do get some odd looks wherever I go but luckily nobody asks me where I've left my horse.
BRUCE AND SINNAN SOMETHING LOOKS ODD ABOUT THIS SHIP AT THE SALT MINE DOCK AHA...ITS TWO SHIPS AND THAT'S THE ALGOMA CONVEYER'S STERN ON THE LEFT AND THE ALGOMA'S SAULT'S BOW ON THE RIGHT ALL'S QUIET HERE AT ROTARY COVES DOGGY WALK PARKING AREA
Talked to Kelly late this afternoon. She is hoping things are going to 'finally' be in place for her mother's care by the end of September. If so, she is hoping to head home on Sunday, October 3rd. Yay Kelly:))
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A manager of a retail clothing store is reviewing a potential employee’s application and notices that the man has never worked in retail before. He says to the man, “For a man with no experience, you are certainly asking for a high wage.” “Well Sir,” the applicant replies, “the work is so much harder when you don’t know what you’re doing!"
Teacher: "What is the chemical formula for water?"
Teacher: "What are you talking about?"
Student: "Yesterday you said it's H to O!"