|IT WAS THE GREEN-BLUE COLOR OF GODERICH'S INNER HARBOR THAT CAUGHT MY EYE THIS MORNING|
|THE ALGOMA SAULT (SOO) WITH THE AID OF A TUGBOAT MAKES A U-TURN IN THE OUTER HARBOR|
|GODERICH IS PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS IN IMPROVING THEIR WATERFRONT MAKING IT MORE PEOPLE FRIENDLY|
|NEW SIGNS HAVE GONE UP THIS PAST WEEK|
|AND YET ANOTHER WORK IN PROGRESS|
|THIS IS A CONCRETE RETAINING WALL HOLDING BACK A STEEP EMBANKMENT....RAILROAD TRACKS ONCE RAN ALONG AT THE BASE OF THIS WALL|
|THE ALGOMA SAULT HAS BEEN COMPLETELY TURNED AROUND AND IS BACKING UP TO THE SALT MINE DOCK....DID YOU SEE THE HARBOR TUGBOAT ASSISTING IT?|
|OH THE ADVANTAGES OF A TELEPHOTO LENS|
|THE OCEAN A SIMARD IS THE HARBOR'S TUGBOAT|
|THIS LITTLE FELLOW WAS HAVING HIMSELF A SUPER GREAT DAY|
A blog reader from British Columbia sent me another link regarding NASA's announcement of setting up a special committee to study the Unidentified Flying Object phenomenon. NASA Officially Joins The Hunt For UFOs. Already thinking past this stage, my interests lie more in the areas of who or what is powering these crafts, where do they come from, and what are their intentions. Oh, and by the way.......there is much, much, more to be learned.
|A PEACEFUL CLOUDY MORNING IN THE PASTURE|
At the time of posting tonight, there has been no sign of Little Red since I chased him off the birdfeeder Saturday afternoon. He may have been here this morning when Pheebs and I were out but I don't think so. The seed level in the feeder had not drastically gone down. I sure hope my fast-approaching grumpy-looking face didn't traumatize him too badly yesterday and now he's afraid to come out of his house. If I knew where he lived, and with a grin in my back pocket, I'd go over and knock on his tree and ask him to come try out the birdfeeder again. You do know however that that cocky grin in my back pocket is very likely to come right on back and bite me eh.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Tom is applying for a job as a signalman for the local railroad and is told to meet the inspector at the signal box. The inspector decides to give Tom a pop quiz, asking: "What would you do if you realized that two trains were heading towards each other on the same track?" Tom says: "I would switch one train to another track." "What if the lever broke?" asks the inspector. "Then I'd run down to the tracks and use the manual lever down there," answers Tom. "What if that had been struck by lightning?" challenges the inspector. "Then," Tom continued, "I'd run back up here and use the phone to call the next signal box." "What if the phone was busy?" "In that case," Tom argued, "I'd run to the street level and use the public phone near the station." "What if that had been vandalized?" "Oh well," said Tom, "in that case I would run into town and get my Uncle Leo. This puzzled the inspector, so he asked "Why would you do that?" "Because he ain't never seen a train wreck."