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Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Something spilled. Coffee?  Don’t think its vomit. More CJ trash that has managed to escape the compound. Trash in context. Waiting for spring to arrive. Lots of snowpeople scarfs laying around the area adjacent to the fountain pond/skating rink. I wonder who will have to pick them up? Nice looking mitten. Snow sculptures today. Looks […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Escaping from the CJ compound Successful escapee Escapee from the CJ compound? Casa Garcia wine…Not seen one of these before.  Its cheap. Here you can see where the bottle was.  Tossed from a passing car? Trash in context Left over from Snow Day’s fireside bannock feast? There are five full cans of Coke in that […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Thunder Bay’s colourful trash The road to the Pool 6 site is about to become a maintenance issue. Why I no longer use the pedestrian overpass. A hoodie and a pair of jeans.  Clothes have no value if you can get them for free. Interesting pattern in the ice sculptures.  I wonder how it was […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Skating bears has collapsed. Tree has fallen over. Sun is relentless. Seen better days. Dog’s legs are now gone. Interesting how the ice sculptures fall apart instead of melt. The ice up close. I wonder how this ice was made?  It formed in a honeycomb pattern. LCBO bag in Marina Park…what bare the odds? Robin […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

My first photo of a Jagermeister. Fork in the sidewalk. Wanted to see what it would look like in black and white. Train was passing by.  Tried to get a few shots of rail car graffiti. Yes…more robin photos.  Only interesting wildlife that I see. Shoe is on the move. The life of a snowperson […]

The World – Climate Alarmists Are “Moving The Goalposts” To Scare You Into Submission

Greenhouse Effect, Global Warning, Climate Change and now Climate Emergency.  Not one prediction has ever come true. People have to understand that the push to fight Climate Emergency or whatever its called is being led by global financial giants. There are hundreds of billions of “enter your currency here” in profits for these institutions to […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Median sign still missing.  This is the sign that was missing for around two years, was finally replaced and then knocked down a few weeks later.  I believe these signs are there for a reason.  Traffic safety being my first guess.  The fact that replacing the sign is not priority one makes me wonder if […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Sunny but very cold this morning. An escapee from the CJ compound. Set it free today.. Black and white. Colour Colour Black and white Black and white Colour Shoe was still there so I thought I would give it another shot. Snow sculptures today.  Warm weather is on the way.  The sculptures should start to […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

The puck stops here. Someone lost one of their ‘Nipigon Nylons’ Yes…its exactly what it looks like. Someone lost one of these in Marina Park?  In February? And they did not notice? Snow sculptures today add sun to ice and it glows

The World – Restrict Bottling Firms From Extracting Local Groundwater

Ontario should do the same as Washington state.  Ban bottling companies from taking groundwater.