MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17/12

By: GRANDMANAN , 10:48 AM GMT on September 17, 2012

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Not fall like outside this morning, fall is the operative descriptor for sure.Clear a moderate westerly breeze temp a modest 7C, remaining clear temp to head for high teens then drop back by this evening. Rain in the forecast by tomorrow evening, weather is a changing.

The pots and window boxes giving it up bigtime, not a pot left to clean up, a couple of the window boxes remain. Fall routine in commence,soon will have to find a home for the outside furniture.

Emily visiting relatives in Fredericton last evening, getting about seems to be no problem for her. Rob below decks most of the day, anxiously waiting for the ice to go in, scheduled to start frist of October.

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1. Justapluggin
8:03 PM GMT on September 17, 2012
Afternoon,
Another beautiful day on the water. Sunday's breeze a sampler of what is to come only with lower temps. Tides are building a bit but not outrageous. Hopefully the Tuesday night/Wednesday morning predicted blow of gusts to 30 mph SW along with 7-10 foot seas won't mess up things too much. I have pretty much shifted everything out of unprotected shoal water into a bit deeper depth.

We have been getting fresh herring of a decent size right along. I think there is a lot of quota left in the herring industry as us bug catchers slowed down big time this summer. My expenses are down by 1/3, my overall catch up and bottom line kind of dismal. Mackeral are everywhere. If you were in NE Harbor on MDI and took a look out over the harbor you probably saw schools of them. The squid seem to have moved on.

Our Emily leaves Wednesday for 6 weeks in NL doing research for her master's thesis. One area she is going to may be hard for her to find people to interview as shrimp season is almost over just as moose season begins. One fishermen there said he would "collar" some willing interviewees.
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