This morning reminded me of a day in late October as Pheebs and I skipped our walk due to a cold rainy drizzle. Under cloudy skies and intermittent showers with a touch of heat on in the Jeep, we made our way to Goderich, grabbed a McDs coffee, and headed down to the harbor. Two large ships in port with the Algoma Intrepid loading salt and the ocean-going bulk carrier Whistler taking on a load of soybeans for Belgium.
MORNING WALK IN GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE UNSETTLED SKIES THIS MORNING THE OCEAN-GOING BULK CARRIER 'WHISTLER' IS IN PORT LOADING SOYBEANS
|LOOKS LIKE WHISTLER HAS HAD A FEW SCRAPES ALONG THE WAY|WORK IS ONGOING IN THE CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND AREA AT ST, CHRISTOPHER'S BEACH A NEW WALKWAY LEADS OUT TO THE END OF THE HARBOR'S SOUTH PIER ALTHOUGH DRESSED FOR THE COOLER WEATHER THESE FELLAS FORGOT TO PUT THEIR LONG PANTS ON I HAVE THE HEATER GOING IN THE JEEP WHILE THIS FELLOW CONTEMPLATES THE WILLOW TREE IN SHORT SLEEVES AND SHORTS
|THE DRIVE OUT TO ROTARY COVE IS OFTEN FRAUGHT WITH FEATHERY JAYWALKERS|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( This woman, who believed in natural birth, was having these abnormal contractions, went to see her Doctor. "Doc", she said, "I'm feeling these abnormal contractions". The Doctor took a listen, and said, "My dear lady, you're going to be having triplets!" Baffled, the woman asked: "How can you tell?" The Doctor responded saying, "I'm hearing inside: 'No, you go first!', 'No, you go first!', 'No, you go first!'