OV brand beer. Old Vienna back in the day. Surprised that its still around. OV Oh Ya!
Seasonal trash from Tim Hortons
I’m amazed at how often the Fire Trucks are racing around this city.
Waterfront sign watch. Still nothing but that might change soon. House of Commons have shut down for Christmas break, although they don’t call it Christmas break any longer. I expect the elected corporate whores to be busy giving us some of our money back. Make sure you look suitably appreciative. Kneeling and kissing their hand is always a crowd pleaser.
Walking on hard packed snow is the best. If the trails and sidewalks were like this all winter, it would be great.
The much hyped and much delayed Delta by Marriott Waterfront Hotel has these “GE Appliances” signs on it. Third floor? Work continues inside.
Labatt Ice beer? Two empty cans. Just another day in Marina Park.
Oh soooo close. Maybe these knuckledraggers have not learned how to open the lids on these waterfront trash cans.
Did not finish it.
More season trash from Tim Hortons.
Does it matter that nobody can read this sign? No. It does not…so why is it there?
Transformers…the kind that do not turn into a car.
Unusual to see a Sleaman’s beer can down on North Water Street.
The pigeon hotel AKA Manitoba Pool 2. There must be a lot of pigeon crap in that place.
Another sign that is no use to anyone…but its there. Sort of.
Great West Timber property is still rotting and rusting away. Another piece of our 50 km of waterfront that is no use to anyone.
Pigeons were eating spilled grain along the railway tracks. Any movement or noise would send them flying. They just flew around not really knowing where to go. Eventually they would settle somewhere.
If someone is looking at building a house out of tires…
The MV Yulia close up
Low and close wide angle shot
What is a winter photo in Thunder Bay without including a shopping cart?
Another obligatory shopping cart photo
The Waverley Park pavilion. Under that structure is the concrete slab that was just poured. The thing has heat blown into it 24/7. Electric heaters plugged in to the old electricity system left over from the previous stage. I wonder who is paying for that electricity? There is a meter.
It has to be costing a small fortune.
I’m going to take a wild guess and say its the taxpayer of the City of Thunder Bay are paying…but I could be wrong….