|I HAVE ALWAYS LIKED THIS SIMPLE LITTLE STONE HOUSE NEAR GODERICH|
Kelly had noticed on her Facebook page this morning that a dog was lost slightly northeast of Bayfield so on our way to Goderich. Pheebsand I and cruised through the Whys Line and Cut Line Road area in the hopes of maybe spotting the dog but we didn't have any luck.
|TURNING OUT OF OUR DRIVEWAY ONTO A SNOWY ROAD|
With a lite snowfall coming down and slippery roads, we continued on in 4-wheel drive. The snow had begun late Saturday evening so it was beginning to build up a bit. Managed a few photos along the way.
|DRIVING SLOWLY THROUGH THE LOST DOG AREA|
|SUMMER CHAIRS IN A FARMYARD WAITING FOR SPRING|
|'OH-OH' BIG BOAT AHEAD|
|THE FEDERAL KUMANO IS AT THE GODERICH GRAIN ELEVATORS|
|HEADING OUT TO ROTARY COVE|
|A NICE WALK ON THE SNOWY BOARDWALK|
|SOME FOLKS PREFER TO WALK ALONG THE BEACH|
|I THINK IT WAS THE BRIGHT VIBRANT COLOR THAT CAUGHT MY EYE|
|A PIT STOP ALONG THE WAY|
A couple weeks ago Pheebs and I came across a corn dump alongside the road and stopped and scooped up a bucket full. The only problem was that the corn was wet from rain the night before and wet corn can quickly turn moldy. Not wanting to mix wet corn in with my birdseed I had to figure out a way to dry it. Below is a photo of my corn drying operation.
|MY SUNROOM CORN DRYING OPERATION|
Most of my afternoon was spent reading again and I am finding The Pentyrich Incident by Caz Clarke and Gari Jones quite interesting. It takes place in Whales back in 2016. If people are to be believed then this is truly amazing.
|THESE SUMMER CHAIRS WERE SITTING IN THE YARD OF THAT SIMPLE LITTLE STONE HOUSE I LIKE|