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Thunder Bay - Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year

Thunder Bay – Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year

Taking a break for the Christmas Holidays. I will return on January 1, 2020. See you next year.

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Last post of 2019. Taking a break over Christmas to spend time with the family. If crows won’t eat it, why do we? MV Fearless.  It better leave soon or it will be spending the winter here.  The USCGC Neah Bay can be seen docked in front. Tracks left after Saturday’s big ice rescue. MV […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday - First Day Of Winter

Thunder Bay – Sunday – First Day Of Winter

Days are now getting longer. Fun with the sun A pair enjoying the warm weather walking around on the ice.  Not an activity I would recommend this time of year.  Much of the waterfront has been open water only a short time ago. If the City of Thunder Bay and the Port Authority want to […]

Thunder Bay – Another Attempted Murder Charge

Attempted murder charge laid in pet store assault A Thunder Bay man has been charged with attempted murder following an altercation that shut down a north end pet store Saturday. Police responded to several reports of gun shots just after noon in the 300s block of Queen Street. Officers found a 33-year-old man who appeared […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday - Shortest Day Of The Year

Thunder Bay – Saturday – Shortest Day Of The Year

Winter officially begins at 11:19 pm tonight. Shortest Day and longest night of 2019. Sun was out today so I had some fun with it. I wonder if its still good?  You can wash it out and reuse it. Black and white. Colour Lots of these laying around.  I mean a lot of them.  They […]

Thunder Bay – Education And Not Prohibition

City opposes cannabis store location It’s been a long and winding road for Thunder Bay residents waiting for a cannabis retail store. Now there may be at least one more bump in that road before a pot shop can open its doors here. The City of Thunder Bay is opposing the location of a new […]

Thunder Bay - Friday - Last Full Day of Fall

Thunder Bay – Friday – Last Full Day of Fall

Missing parking meters.  I mentioned this phenomenon in a previous post.  Turns out that thieves have been busy.  I would think that something that cost $800 and is full of money would be impossible for thieves to remove. Turns out that removal is not that difficult.  Some people figured out how to do it. Lunch […]

The World – Is Greta Thunberg A Manufactured Phenomenon?

Interesting… Lights, Camera, Greta! Teen Environmentalist’s ‘Viral’ Rise Has Been A Documentary This Whole Time Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old environmentalist who started skipping school in 2018 to protest outside the Swedish parliament, has long been promoted a special needs teen whose tireless mission to shame the west into cap-and-trade went ‘viral’ organically. In fact, TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year had a […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Climate Strike a month ago. Be there. Might be time to remove these signs.  It does not reflect positively on your religious movement. Yes, Climate Change has become a religion. Its a yellow balloon. An intersection I like the pattern created by the drifting snow. Tug MV Point Valour A bunch of photos around the […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Baby, its cold outside. Black and white Colour MV Maccoa is the only ship anchored out there today.  At least, it was the only one I could see.  Who knows what is in that mist? Only ship so naturally, I had to take a lot of photos MV Algoma Harvester There were a few clouds […]