Thunder Bay – Relationship Between Between Copper, Sodium Hydroxide Well Known

Chemistry professor says relationship between copper, sodium hydroxide well known The city introduced sodium hydroxide into the municipal water supply in 2018 to reduce the amount of lead leaching into the drinking water in homes with lead pipes. The practice was discontinued in 2020 after the city received a number of complaints about pinhole leaks. “The […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

I did not flip the rock over to see if there is something painted on the other side.  Might be covered with plague cooties. Miller Lite.  Trash in context. Getting there. Photoshop has a new feature. Sky replacement. The program’s AI is amazing. Examples below.  Can you believe anything you see in a photograph any […]

Thunder Bay – Marina Park Overpass Repairs Could Cost An Extra $500,000

Marina Park overpass repairs could cost extra $500k Repairs to the Marina Park pedestrian overpass could run up to $500,000 over budget, according to new details released by the city. It’s a significant hike for a project initially expected to cost $1.3 million. Worse-than-expected corrosion to the bridge’s steel components were already expected to delay the reinstallation […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Looks like some perfectly good plum sauce What do they do? Its not finished yet. At least I hope its not finished. MV Cinnamon The last rose bloom today Looking pretty rough. Common Merganser New parking lot open for business.  Marina Park is mostly parking lot. Not flush. Tripping hazard. Can’t leave it like this. […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

The business end of a needle Working on the traffic island.  I mentioned this spot the other day. Ice patterns MV Saginaw MV Algoma Spirit MV BBC Song The last rose today Fence coming down An eagle.  Bald eagle I believe Looks like the eagle enjoys a meal of  gull now and then.   MV […]

Canada – If You Don’t Want To Wear A Mask, Carry A Sandwich Around With You

Hajdu defends not wearing mask at Pearson Airport Health Minister Patty Hajdu says she takes mask requirements seriously, despite being photographed at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport not wearing one. Masks are mandatory inside all airports in Canada. “Following public health rules is important to me. I wear my mask at all times at Toronto Pearson, […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Trash in context See anything in there that can be recycled?  It doesn’t matter as it all is going to the landfill site. Road to former Pool 6 building.  It looks like this often. MV Algoma Spirit Tug MV Glenada Hooded Merganser.  Lots of these still around. MV Cinnamon Am I still in the park?  […]

Canada – Hand Sanitizer Can Be Harmful To Children

Hand sanitizer can be harmful to children, but experts say benefits outweigh risks in COVID-19 fight One of many ways of trying to keep children safe from the COVID-19 illness has also meant increasing their exposure to products that can be toxic and have harmful side effects when misused or mislabelled. Hand sanitizer has become ubiquitous […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Not sure what kind of Halloween its going to be this year for kids in this city. Seeing how everyone is scared to death of the thought of interacting with another human being, I expect it to be very quiet. Kids don’t really need Halloween now a days anyway.  When I was a kid, the […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Slim pickings today as far as photo opportunities go. Conan, Traffic Cone. A cone barely alive. Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world’s first bionic cone. Conan will be that cone. Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster.”   — The Six Million Dollar Man, Opening Narration….sorta… […]