By: GRANDMANAN , 10:44 AM GMT on August 13, 2012

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Wooly, damp, calm with a balmy 18C temp to start the morning. Forecast suggests showers, possible clearing and temps along with humidity to rise into mid 20's. Clearing for the remainder of the week, similar conditions we have enjoyed for the past couple of months.

A quick weekend, birthday gathering on Saturday afternoon, a visit with eldest brother. Yesterday dropped Emily off at UNB, when we pulled out a bit of a look of bewilderment on her face. A few texts and phone calls later, so and so and so were enjoying pizza, exploring a bit and watching a movie in the common area. The transition getting off to a good start, only thirty students in this group; lectures start this morning, activities all week long.

Rob out the door before got going this morning, his days of work getting numbered, keeping busy to the end for sure.

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1:44 PM GMT on August 13, 2012
Morning David, calm, humid and wooly remains the order of the day. No air movement to shift the stuff, suppolsed to have a westerly influence to clear things up.

Lobster season opened in the Northumbland Strait this morning. Paper suggesting a compromise between the Union and Buyers is in place. Have my doubts that things are where all hands want them to be or where the funds for a the reported top up in price is coming from. The government has gone on record as saying they are not putting any funds in the process. Locally things being watched with great interest, however November before traps go in the water, things will become more intense as the date draws closer.

Emily @ UNB this week, a change for all of us, can only hope the weeklong exposure to the faculty and way of life solidify her choice and confirms she has the ability to be successful.

Fishing news still not great, lots of mackeral, squid and dolphins in the area. No herring being captured, and bait will be a concern in the next few weeks.

Having said all that have a good week.

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