Saturday, June 28, 2014
BTW this is not my new camera, this is Rejean's new one - paid $78 for it at Walmart. My camera doesn't do this. His old camera died too. Everything happens at once.
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Any thing you want me to focus on?
Your man door is framed but covered with the aspenite - you can see it in the 4th picture. I first thought they had forgotten it but it's there. Me of little faith :o)
Sunday, June 22, 2014
It was nice to get away from work if only for a couple of days. Next time we fish!!!!
Friday, June 20, 2014
And a picture of the wood splitter. We worked 6 hours today transferring wood from Rejean's wood shed to mine, then splitting the wood we had and stacking it in mine. I pretty have all my wood for next winter. We are just waiting on the delivery of 2 bunks to block and split for next year. Oh Joy Oh Joy!!
Thursday, June 19, 2014
The first picture is off a couple of pups who were over visiting us. The next one is just a view from the bunkie deck - nice colours!! I tried the zoom on the little island way in the distance on Axe and the 2 resident Loons. The merganser was walking on the neighbour's deck but took off when all the hammering started.
And the last picture is of some company we had later that afternoon. John's brother Michael was up with his 2 friends from the Windsor area. From the left is Rejean, John, Ken, Roger and last but not least, John's brother Michael. Hi Guys!!! After this they were headed back to John's for dinner which was going to be the fish they caught yesterday and today. Enjoy!!
This camera is small and compact - just what I wanted, and the features are a bonus. Only one thing - it didn't come with a cord to connect with my computer - I have to use the memory card to upload my pictures. WTF?
Canadian Tire on sale this week.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
My Father was a hero. He was a pilot for Levens Brothers out of the Windsor Airport. He flew the mail over to Pelee Island and took the pheasant hunters back and forth during hunting season. One night he received a call that there was an emergency on the island. There was a woman in labour who needed to be picked up and taken to the hospital in Windsor. There had never been a night landing on the island before and there were no lights on the runway. The people on the island used their car headlights to light the runway and it was a successful landing and takeoff. There was a write up in the Windsor Star and a picture of Father getting out of his plane the next day. He said it was an uneventful flight. But we knew better.
He did good in his life.