THURSDAY, MAY 31/12

By: GRANDMANAN , 10:49 AM GMT on May 31, 2012

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The nasty weather conditions remain, a breeze from NE, thick fog, seems the sun is attempting to break through as it is getting a bit brighter.Temp 11C, don't aniticipate a high temp, similar conditions to prevail over the next few days.

Emily babysitting this morning with her boys overnight also, all hands involved look forward to the visit. Rob winding down, not hard, from school, involved with RELAY FOR LIFE tomorrow entertaining in the evening with his group.

Lobster news remains dismal, some boats reporting a drop fo 50% from last year this time. No explanation or understanding for the sharp decrease.

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1. GRANDMANAN
10:55 AM GMT on May 31, 2012
Morning David, weather still an issue with no change in the forecast.
The comment from the elder in your group very profound, a few words says alot, and all so accurate for your vocation.
Not much joy in the business of lobster fishing at the moment, season closes end of June, alot of ground for many of the boats to make up. No fishing till November in most cases will make a great distance between paydays.
Things becoming more busy in the household as graduation looms, a visit to the campus of UNB for Engineering students this weekend, then exams and the actual graduation by third week. All seems relativly calm, but much going on in her as these dates approach.
Hope the radar is working

ROB
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