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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4/14
By: GRANDMANAN , 9:10 AM GMT on June 04, 2014
A change in the weather this morning, overcast, threat of showers, total calm, temp a nice 11C, will rise into high teens as the day moves along. Showers and light rain being forecast for a couple of days, weekend looking better with sun in the forecast, temps remaining moderate.
Donna catching up on the planting, and cleaning up debris in her various gardens, will move over to maintenance with the odd addition being required over the next little while.
Business in Fredericton this morning, quick trip arrive for the information session, attempt to be on the road in time to make the 5:30PM trip. Travelling with no reservation these days very risky, first trip yesterday resulted in many vehicles, trucks and cars being left behind on the first trip out of Blacks Harbour.
Lobster fishery in Nova Scotia, in some locations, shutdown due to glut of critters, In PEI processors unable to get enough workers to keep up with the catch. Local catch still being landed in ever increasing numbers, Emily's group hard at it, a couple of the ladies on the side with various ailments, making their daily production somewhat smaller than expected.
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