WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27/12

By: GRANDMANAN , 11:15 AM GMT on June 27, 2012

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Sun attempting to take hold, a brisk southerly keeps the fog entering the harbour, temp a pleasant 13C. Looking for possible showers but clearing trend with higher temps as the day and week progresses.

Emily well settled in Quispam, Donna has the odd short txt, seems she has other things on her mind. Next week she commences summer work at the Club. Rob busy with lobster season coming to a close, boats coming most of the day landing traps and selling a few lobsters each time. Next week should be quieter for MG FISHERIES.

Lobster rise in catch was not sustained, back to poor or slightly better in most comments. A longtime till late November for another chance to make a year out of it. Still hearing a few Enterprises being bought and sold.

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2. chunks
3:46 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Dear Rob:

The CYCLE has just begun - I hate to tell you. It seems there is more drama in University life than high school - if you can imagine. Then after University life it is helping then find their way to be REAL adults - getting a job, the daily grind, finding ways to stretch their money, etc., etc. It never ends.

We are in torrential rain again. Hopefully, this will be the end for a while. The lake has not produced but not sure where else the rain can go for much longer.

Off to town for a graduation shirt for the boy - one that doesn't have grease and grime on it. Ha Ha.

Have a good one. Word.
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1. GRANDMANAN
11:23 AM GMT on June 27, 2012

Mornin CHUNKS, when we had rain it was torrential, howeve did not last for extended periods of time, ground now saturated, and the lawn needs mowing once again.

Great to hear Cody is gainfully employed, a guy knowing his way around a vehicle will always be popular with his coharts. Cheaper and more fun to work after hours for all concerned untill somebody takes advantage of his skill, that will be a learning process am sure.

As I mentioned see little and hear less of Emily this past few days, other interests it seems. She has donned her UNB hoodie with pride, is attending a week long preliminary 'Camp" mid August to prepare her for Engineering and University life. A good plan, dosen't come cheap, but as you know if you can find the few hundred dollars it cost and she is successful at the end money well spent.

Rob a bit of a wharf rat, having a good time, exposure to the fishing industry from a buyers perspective a different insight for him. Lots of hours till the end of the season then more manageable for him. However with the long hours he dosen't mind being picked from whathernames at an appropiate hour so the old guy can turn in when he wants. The cycle continues, have a good one.

ROB
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