By: GRANDMANAN , 10:52 AM GMT on March 12, 2013

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Calm, overcast, 4C, would little breeze we have SSW, giving rainfall warning for this evening into tomorrow, temps to rise near double digits in the next day or so.

Have been a few wrinklers the pasts few days, prior to that a few clammers, however with all the fresh water have been told beaches now closed to commercial clamming.

A few more traps going by this week, with the wind let up an opportunity to get them in the water without too much problem.

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10:48 AM GMT on March 13, 2013
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5:42 PM GMT on March 12, 2013
Afternoon Dar, far from spring like here as yet, or rather weather what can be expected in March. Temps getting much better, however rain in the offing for a day or so.

The first load of trusses have arrived on site next to your place. They will be going up first of the week, looking great, will be a welcome addition to the community for sure.

Lots of weather while you were hiding in the south, but no sign of problems around your place. The tide still coming an going, with the easterlies the Bay of was well up in the Marsh on more than a few days, but no damage.

I am not a FACEBOOK person, however someone sent me a title to refer to SIMPLY GRAND MANAN, on FACEBOOK, give you a few shots of the recent weather we have had.Interesting sections people of placed or referred one to look up.
Have a good one.

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5:36 PM GMT on March 12, 2013
Afternoon David, actually getting a bit of sun this afternoon, but the rainfall and wind advisory still in place for the next day or so.

No word of any birds taking a hit as you mentioned, seems odd they would be vulnerable to weather conditions, they have been harsh, but not uncommon for the time of year.

You figure you will be the Jonah to scuttle the price, what little I am hearing is there are none in the pipeline, hoping this indeed the case. Tony and his son in the trap pile, hoping to get ready soon. There is a small interuption when son heads to warmer climes for a little R&R later this week, but hard at it on his return.

Have a good one.

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