MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3/12

By: GRANDMANAN , 11:09 AM GMT on September 03, 2012

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A grand start to Labour Day, a cool 7C, haze over the water, giving an interesting shoreline shot of Ross Island. Total calm, large flock of geese at the tide line, small number of ducks in the mix.

A couple of short updates from Fredericton, both had to be prompted. Late last night, late for this crowd at least, advised she missed checking in as Lady Dunn Hall was hosting a dance she was still attending. A girl that was very shy 48 hours previous making a quick change to interact with fellow students. Frosh festivities and a bit of orientation most of the week, some classes start on Thursday.

Most of the pots cleaned up, remainder will make the run to the beach or dump by the end of the day. Window boxes continue to be presentable, how long remains to be determined.

No herring news for the local wiers, ground fish not being landed, a few scallops coming ashore. In other words fishery news poor.

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1. palmettobug53
1:29 PM GMT on September 03, 2012
Good morning!

Sounds like Miss Emily has dived right into university life. She must have found a couple of like minded friends. I do hope she and her roomie are well matched.

Still hot and muggy here but I think the temps will drop a little bit after today.

Isaac apparently enjoyed his visit to the Lowcountry and has scheduled a return. Though I expect the rainfall amounts to be much less than last week. He flooded downtown on Tuesday. I had a time getting out of town and home from work.
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