Thunder Bay – Monday

CJ trash..hows it doing?Hmmm…not quite out yetThis is almost out Almost outBlowing around the CJ propertyIf the wind direction changes, this stuff ends up on the streetThe new trees planted around the new parking lot constructed at the south end of Marina Park.  Tall skinny trees that bend with a strong wind.Hmmm…I wonder if the trees growth will be hampered by strong winds?  Will the trees end up leaning in one direction? This is the only one of these flowers that I have seen turn this colour.  All the other stay yellow.Another American Lady butterfly.  I was able to get close to this one.Curb damaged by construction equipment. No effort was made to protect the curb.  Its only a year old.Was able to take photo of Mariner’s Hall today.
The tourist information available in the City of Thunder Bay’s $70 million premier tourist destination.  If you want more, you have to go to the Tourist Pagoda located across the tracks…except for the fact that the Tourist Pagoda is closed on Sundays and Mondays.  It is also only open June to Labour Day.  Sooo… MV SpruceglenInteresting clouds Another train roaring passed Marina Park.The end of the train passing the former CN train station as well as the site of the much hyped and much delayed Delta by Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
The blue overpass is what I refer to as the Gathering TunnelThis building was purchased by the City of Thunder Bay years ago to accommodate the failed $120 million hockey rink project.  It still remains empty. No clowns down there.The rear of the Soon to be torn down Lyceum building.  Its just a matter of time now.  Its been abandoned for well over a year now.   How long before it gets torn down or burns down? The Walleye on Red River Road The former antique store that recently closed.  Red River Road.A Safeway shopping cart.
The back side of Trinity United Church An interesting house and rock wall. Another old house.

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