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Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Trash in context DSSAB buildings have more shopping carts than some supermarkets. City of Thunder Bay thinks this is attractive? Sod is turning that amazing brown that tourists love so much. Common Grackle Not sure what this is but it flies.   Reaching out of the ground Trash in context Landscaping work done at the […]

The World – Fatal Flaw In Climate Change Science

Interesting although it gets a bit complicated…  

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Five shopping carts in one photo. They are still there. However, this is also five shopping carts in one photo. There is one way in the background. (Just in front of the pink house) Here is a photo taken from the cart in the back looking at the group of four (you can see the […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Trash in context Still no paving going on. In fact, no construction is going on at all.  Why is this project not being completed?  Why is there a delay?  Is the contractor working elsewhere?  Is the City of Thunder Bay accepting ‘sloppy seconds’ type of treatment from its contractors?  Would a private sector corporation accept […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Red is not on any rush Yellow tulip opening Fake strawberry. Why is it here?  Damn if I know. Utility location.  Something going to happen here?  I will keep an eye out. Still here.  Nobody misses these? Deer tracks The last spike? More Tree Swallow photos.  They let me get pretty close. American Goldfinch Hanging […]

Canada – Phoenix Costs Soars By Another $137 Million, Paid To IBM

Phoenix cost soars by another $137M, paid to IBM The federal government continues to pay millions of dollars more than expected to IBM to run the troubled Phoenix pay system, despite its many problems. Since the start of 2019, the company has received at least another $137 million, according to the federal government’s online procurement […]

Thunder Bay – Goldeneyes

These photos are in the daily post but I felt like posting them separately to make them easier to find in a search.

Thunder Bay – Thunder Bay Is Recognized As Youth Friendly City

Thunder Bay recognized as Youth Friendly City Thunder Bay has officially been recognized as a Youth Friendly Designated City. The City of Thunder Bay’s Recreation and Culture Division put forth an application based on the work that has been achieved in the area over the past several years. The successful designation recognizes the outstanding commitment […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Snow sculptures today. Barriers coming down. We will see how long the sculptures last…not that anyone in this city really pays attention to barriers anyway. Left the photos in colour.   Looks like one of the two giant icicles has broken off. The other icicle is still there.  For how much longer?  Who knows? A […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Its snowing Trying to get the message across. Then the sun came out. If you are going to leave this sign up all winter even though there is zero construction going on then at least clean it off so you can see exactly what you are ignoring. I understand that day after day, many photos […]