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Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Looking for colour on another grey day Not interested in returning the bottle for the deposit.  Our street drinkers are not poor. Fog in January.       MV Algoma Enterprise tied up for the winter Not sure what this means Not much swimming room   For the Orthodox Christians out there. Can’t be hungry […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Lots of sun today. Would not catch me out on that ice. The way that winter has gone so far, I don’t have much faith in the thickness of any ice along the waterfront. Tree decoration taken off of tree and thrown onto lake. The Thunder Bay way. Looks like a desert scene. Trash in […]

The World – The Holy Grail Of COVID-19 Killers

Russia Developing “Highly Efficient Antidote” To Fight COVID, Preclinical Tests Show 99% Effectiveness Russia is using its vaccine program for soft power diplomacy. On Tuesday, Argentina and Belarus became the first two countries to begin coronavirus vaccinations via the Sputnik V vaccine. Building on the Sputnik V vaccine’s momentum, Russia is now claiming it has successfully developed […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

  Trash in context This has moved from the street to the top of the snowbank Half of the apple is still there. When I finish an apple, there is the stem and the core and that’s it.  Too expensive to throw this much of the fruit away. Tracks of something. Not sure what.   […]

Thunder Bay – First Baby Of 2021 Is A Girl?

First baby of 2021 a girl The city’s first baby of 2021 is a girl. Ryleee Evelyn Beda was born at 2:04 a.m. on Friday to parents Ashley and Kevin Beda at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. Rylee is the couple’s second child, joining big brother Nicholas, who was born two-and-a-half years ago. – […]

Thunder Bay - Friday - First Day Of 2021

Thunder Bay – Friday – First Day Of 2021

MV Algoma Innovator coming into port. Might be tying up for the winter. CCGS Samuel Risley out there Discarded food item in context. Looks like a scone of some sort. Mask photo Hard to see Nice looking blanket for the taking. Trash in context The bag were the previous piece of trash originated. You can […]

Thunder Bay – Nearly 300 People Vaccinated? For COVID-19 In City

Nearly 300 people vaccinated for COVID-19 in city Since the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in the city a little more than a week ago, nearly 300 people have rolled up their sleeves to be immunized, and while the doses are expected to run out soon, more will be on the way. “We’ve vaccinated almost 300 people. […]

Thunder Bay - 2020, Its All Over But The Crying

Thunder Bay – 2020, Its All Over But The Crying

I will see you in hell 2020. I will see you in hell.