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Thunder Bay - Boxing Day Or As I Call It This Year...Saturday

Thunder Bay – Boxing Day Or As I Call It This Year…Saturday

Must be warm out.  Who needs a coat when the temp goes up to -8C?  Downright balmy outside. These meal in a bottle are handy for the street urchins. Trash in context. Not the most interesting sky out there today. Fountain pond rink is open during the lockdown A 7% alc/vol beverage plus hair spray. […]

Thunder Bay - Christmas Day Or As I Call It This Year...Friday

Thunder Bay – Christmas Day Or As I Call It This Year…Friday

First Christmas in Thunder Bay for….I can’t remember the last time I spent Christmas in Thunder Bay. First time since my kids were born that I haven’t spent Christmas with them.  First year that I have not left the city since…I was old enough to drive? It has been a year of firsts. Trash day […]

Thunder Bay - Merry Christmas

Thunder Bay – Merry Christmas

You know that there had to be a mask, right?

Thunder Bay - Thursday - Christmas Eve

Thunder Bay – Thursday – Christmas Eve

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring because the entire province was in lockdown due to the pandemic It was a cold and windy morning..but the sun was shining This structure covers the pile of sand that is used on icy sidewalks and trails in Marina Park.  […]

The World – Are Lockdowns Effective In Curbing New Variants?

Lockdown selects a lockdown evading variant?  Why not? Its why they continually mutate.  Some mutations fail. Other succeed. Adapt or die. We are the result of natural selection.  Life..uh..finds a way…

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Reason why on-street parking needs to disappear/ Another one of my winter pet peeves is this.  When snowplows that clear driveways and parking lots leave piles of snow on sidewalks that have already been cleared of snow. I am popular with the park crows ONLY because I give them peanuts. Tracks Ravens Its like walking […]

The World – The Future Of Vaccines – A Must Watch Video From James Corbett

The more I learn about these new vaccines, the determined I am not to voluntarily take ‘the jab’. I am not a guinea pig. A video from James Corbett that covers the present vaccines that are now being injected into people and what the future of vaccines may be. Definitely worth a watch. What are […]

The World – Will We Ever Get Back To Normal? Maybe Not.

There are people that making a lot of money during the pandemic. Lockdowns benefit large corporations such as Walmart, Costco, Amazon and hurt small businesses. Vaccine manufacturers are making billions of dollars in profits. Why would companies that are getting rich from this pandemic ever want it to end?  The answer is that they don’t. […]

Ontario – No Win Situation

Ontario will enter strict lockdown on Dec. 26, nearly all non-essential businesses to close Ontario will go into a strict province-wide lockdown on Dec. 26, forcing nearly all non-essential businesses to close. The lockdown will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 26 and will last until Jan. 23 for all regions in southern Ontario, the […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

A grey day. Beaver is still busy. Some Christmas minded person hung a couple of decorations on some tree on the Spirit Garden (Wilson Street Headland). Someone missing a scarf? Mask photos Smoking spot. An ashtray! Santa’s beard grows OVER his mask.  Not sure how that works. Last spring, these things were worth their weight […]