Our gloriously orange sunrise only lasted about fifteen minutes before it was replaced by a standard slate-gray sky. With a slight drizzle in the air, Pheebs and I headed back to Goderich again. I was hoping to find a replacement hanging light-type socket. I've had trouble with the light socket in the shade that hangs over our sunroom computer desk for a few years now so it was time to replace it. Of course, it being the day after New Year all the stores were closed. I hadn't thought about that. Oh well, down to the harbor we went and because it wasn't too bad of a morning and winds were calm, we decided to take a walk in the doggy walking area at Rotary Cove.
A SHORELINE DOGGY WALK AT GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE THIS MORNING
|WHEN I SAW THAT CONCRETE THING I KNEW THE LAKE HURON WATER LEVEL WAS LOW BECAUSE I HAD NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE.....IT IS NORMALLY UNDERWATER|
|A CLOSER LOOK|
|I DON'T KNOW IF SOMETHING IS BURIED HERE OR IF IT IS SOME KIND OF MEMORIAL|
It felt good to get my legs moving again and we walked a little farther than we usually do in that area. Of course, by the time we arrived back at the Jeep my right leg was giving me trouble again. If this keeps up I'm going to have to go down to the Corner Leg Store and get me a new one.
THESE LARGE BOULDERS BROUGHT IN LAST YEAR WILL BE USED IN THE ONGOING BANK RESTORATION THIS IS WHERE RESTORATION WORK HALTED UNTIL IT RESUMES AND CONTINUES DOWN THE COAST BY NEXT YEAR AT THIS TIME THAT SNOWY SPACE AT THE BOTTOM LEFT WILL BE FILLED IN WITH ROCKS AND BOULDERS HAPPY TO SAY THE BIG MARBLE BOULDER IS STLL AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE DOG WALKING AREA NOT MANY PEOPLE ON THE BOARDWALK THIS MORNING IT LOOKED LIKE THE GOOD FOLKS AT HURON AND AREA SEARCH AND RESCUE MAY HAVE HAD AN INFORMATION TENT SET UP HERE
|AND IT LOOKS LIKE THIS GODERICH RESIDENT IS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE MILD JANUARY WEATHER AND GETTING A JUMP START ON THE SPRING CLEAN-UP|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A drunken Irishman gets on a train and asks the conductor how long the trip is between Limerick to Cork. "About two hours," says the conductor. "Okay," says the drunkard, "then how long is the trip between Cork to Limerick?" The irate conductor says to the drunk, "It's still about two hours, laddie. Why'd ya think there'd be a difference?" "Well," says the drunk, "it's only a week between Christmas and New Year's, but it's a helluva long time between New Year's and Christmas!"
Sign on company bulletin board: “This firm requires no physical-fitness program. Everyone gets enough exercise jumping to conclusions, flying off the handle, running down the boss, flogging dead horses, knifing friends in the back, dodging responsibility, and pushing their luck.”