By: GRANDMANAN , 10:48 AM GMT on July 16, 2012

Wooly this morning, temp a nice 15C, calm, visibility less than 1/2 mile. Forecast is suggesting a few showers possible over next day or so, then back to sun and higher temps.

Garden Tour went over very well, Donna busy all afternoon, lots of interested folks, both local and 'strangers from away'.Folks appreciative of her efforts, identified flowers we didn't know we had, the weather conditions ideal for such an event. Overall Donna had a grand time, and my 'Yes Dear' contribution helped make it a success.

The lawn could use a drink, however the overall water table seems in good shape. The brooks nearly dry, something one can expect this time of year.

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5:53 PM GMT on July 16, 2012
Afternoon CHUNKS, pleased to hear Gerald out of the hospital, he will be better served by his girls for sure.

Otis was pleased to hear he was on the mend, they go back nearly 75 years. They had a camp together, now the domain of Chris, can only imagine the yarns those walls could share. Their friendship has endured and Gerald continues to look in on Otis whenever he can, and of course go have a look over Southern Head.

Cody showing signs of maturity, have been told it takes a bit longer in guys. I have been accused of still waiting for that to occur, can't decide whether that is a bad thing or not.

Have a goone one.

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2. OGal
12:38 PM GMT on July 16, 2012

Rob, pictures please!
Chunks and Ogal
Have a Happy Monday
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10:59 AM GMT on July 16, 2012
Mornin David, a wooly one it is, you would have a problem chasing your string this morning, that is if you were even interested in doing so.

Was on the boat a few days ago, one of the local lobster buyers at our table. The processors were just beginning to reconsider when getting back in commence, price certainly remains an issue, no relief in sight, especially over the next few months. He was moving a few of the larger ones that morning, first time for a little while. Rob loaded 140 creates yesterday, don't know where they were destined, at 0600HRS, all he is interested in is making certain they make the boat, once on the truck out of his concern.

With the local seiner out of the industry, fall bait is becoming a topic of conversation. The resource is scarce, no weir herring, and the seiners not getting anymore that enough, and some nights not getting what they want.

Seeing a number of Maine plates on vehicles these past few days, always amazes me that folks from Maine visit, as your part of the world has similar offerings. Then we look forward to travelling your part of the world in early fall, go figure.

Keep your radar on high.

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