MONDAY, MARCH 18/13

By: GRANDMANAN , 10:51 AM GMT on March 18, 2013

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Great looking sun coming up from behind Ross Island, decieving to say the least, a combination of NW breeze 20-25KPH, and -12C temp making the outdoors somewhat akin to mother-in-laes kiss, very cool. Temp to rise a bit as the day moves along, however winter storm watch has been changed to a warning, lots of wind, rain, and snow ready to usher in spring over the next couple of days.

Emily back at UNB, getting prepared, I am sure for the final run to exams within the next few weeks. Rob and his gang preparing for graduation festivities, however dosen't appear to be much excitement on his part in that area.

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10:48 AM GMT on March 19, 2013
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1. chunks
4:15 PM GMT on March 18, 2013
Dear Rob:

So-o-o-o Cold this morning. Feeding birds at 6:30 a.m. with full down coat on - still freezing. The sun is now out, however, it is VERY deceiving. The wind is colder than --- what you said. :) Heard the wind is to change to Easterlies at 40. How can it snow with the wind at easterly???

Praying it all just goes away.

All weekend was St. Patrick's Day here. All in attendance so the card/crib tournaments, food, food, and yet more food being prepared night and day. Comings in and goings out - all times of the day and night. Neighbour had a bonfire. Ham supper for Sunday. I needed to go back to work for a rest. HaHa

Hope you had a good one.

Well hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Have a good one.

Word. Chunks.
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