Good dark and early morning from cool Kingston, Ontario. It's just 6 now and will only reach 11C later, under cloudy skies. Yesterday we visited Westport, north of Kingston, and had lunch (my breakfast, if you can call a bacon cheeseburger breakfast). Some guy rode his old tractor through town. (I hear he's unlucky in love. He gets a lot of John Deere letters.) On the way home I took a pic of the sky from Joyceville Road.
Have a great day!
I own Monday mornings. These days, I can only help myself. Everybody else can take a number and wait until Tuesday or something.
Lumpy +5C rain all day. Wet cold has to be the very worst, at least the wind of yesterday let up.
A week of dry forecast, tomorrow up top ought to be a blinder.
Make a pair of Inuit snow goggles, leave them in your coat, they may save your life. Bone is best but wood is OK. Remember that Inuit live in the tundra. Not trees, no wood.
We found snow-blind wombats up on the Bogong High Pains in winter in OZ. Dummies.
Just poke at them to try to drive them down into the snow gum forests for shade and less snow.
Can't complain, I'm seeing the seasons pass again.
Hope you all have a good or comfortable Monday. Don't take any wooden nickels.
Good morning, planetary neighbors!
Big project in the works.
Right now, it's in the FEVERISH PLANS stage.
Details as things develop.
Hope your plans go well.
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