As usual, Chester and I took our walk along the Red River this morning. Usually, I just take pictures of the river – and I did that again – but today, I took a picture of Chester when he turned around to see if I was still coming. 🙂 He doesn’t like to stop while… Continue reading Chester’s Walk and Mystery Solved (maybe)
OK – its the end of November and it snows here at this time of year. I don’t have to like it – its just the way it is. Right now it is coming down fairly heavily. At least the snow has covered the mess the city made last Saturday. I still haven’t heard from the… Continue reading It’s Snowing
The temperature is dropping, more snow is falling and the wind is blowing and the Red River has more ice formed on it. The sidewalks are slippery after some freezing rain yesterday and the fresh snow just seems to hide some of it and polish some of it so its extra slippery. This might be… Continue reading OK – I Admit it – Winter is Here.
I am counting back to last Saturday and it seems to be more than 2 days since the city was supposed to contact me to let me know why they were digging in my yard. Have I mentioned how frustrating it is trying to contact a city department here? Someone’s decision years ago to centralize… Continue reading How Many Days Was That?
There wasn’t much change in the Red River since the last update, but I did take a couple more pictures yesterday morning. 🙂 Also no change in my knowledge about why the City of Winnipeg Water Department was digging in my yard on Saturday morning. I did get a call from unknown at some time… Continue reading Not Much Change
I guess the Red River is still freezing up, even though it looked the other day as if it wasn’t. The temperature is dipping a little below zero each night, and getting up to +4 or +5C during the day, but there was definitely more ice on the water when Chester and I took our… Continue reading Another Day on the River
After my round of shopping and errands today, since I couldn’t do them yesterday because of the furnace inspector, I found that the City Water Department had been in my yard. They dug up the shut-off valve for my house, marked it in blue and marked lines of blue up to my house. None of… Continue reading A Mystery