Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

A murder of crows?  Two murders of crows? Using the trail has been at your “at your own risk” since the end of December….until this passed Monday morning when sand was spread on it. Another robin sighting. Side of Marina Office that needs the installation of an eaves-trough. Water running off of roof onto rec […]

Thunder Bay - Sunny Monday

Thunder Bay – Sunny Monday

Looks like someone was checking out the underside of the pedestrian overpass.  The City of Thunder Bay is looking to repair/replace the structure. Needs it..badly. The contractor that maintains the Marina Park rec trail south of the Waterfront Plaza has finally tossed some sand onto the trail.  FINALLY!! Why did it take so long? Everyone […]

Thunder Bay - Le Weekend

Thunder Bay – Le Weekend

I noticed that the City of Thunder Bay is clearing a much wider path than the width of actual concrete sidewalk.  Why does the city not make the actual sidewalk that wide? The same goes for Marina Park…why not make the rec trail this wide all year round? The sidewalk on the south side of the […]

Thunder Bay – Welcome To My World

Carbon bill hits city hall As the new provincial cap-and-trade policy is projected to add at least $375,000 to the City of Thunder Bay’s energy bill, the budget chair is frustrated the program will cancel out energy saving measures. The city’s finance department in November projected the legislation will lead to a $200,000 increase to […]

Thunder Bay – First Robins Of 2017

There are Robins living year round on the Spirit Garden (Wilson Street Headland). see previous related post here

Thunder Bay – Duplicate Facilities Both Funded By The Taxpyer

Baggage Building Arts Centre welcomes Quilting Exhibition Baggage Building Arts Centre’s 3rd annual Quilting Exhibition runs Jan. 14 through Feb. 20. For more than 25 years, Cindy Cockell has been piecing fabrics together to created astonishing artworks. “It’s a challenge to work with different fabrics, different colours and making something,” Cockell said. “I do non-traditional […]

The World – The March To Armageddon Continues

The quick march to a global nuclear war continues….and nobody seems to care. The Danish Defence minister is laying the groundwork for a false flag attack that will be blamed on Russia. The US has just sent more than 80 battle tank, hundreds of military vehicles and and 3000 troops to Europe.  More accurately, to […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Ahhh yes, the results of on-street parking in the winter. Shopping cart The blocked sidewalk created by a private contractor, mentioned in a previous post, clearing snow in a private parking lot  is still there.  I guess the business owner that hired the contractor does not care. Sad. Lots of fun… Some people just do […]

The World – BitChute

An interesting alternative to YouTube.  Its called BitChute. BitChute is a peer to peer video sharing platform. Its mission is to put people and free speech first. It’s free to join and create and upload your own videos to share with others. Something you might want to have a look at if you are worried […]

Thunder Bay – LED Street Lighting

Hmm…something from last June… AMA Adopts Guidance to Reduce Harm from High Intensity Street Lights For immediate release:  Jun 14, 2016 Strong arguments exist for overhauling the lighting systems on U.S. roadways with light emitting diodes (LED), but conversions to improper LED technology can have adverse consequences. In response, physicians at the Annual Meeting of […]