THURSDAY, MAY 17/07

By: GRANDMANAN , 10:50 AM GMT on May 17, 2007

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Heavy winds from north, at least 45-55KPH, the flag remians straight out, a cool 3C, showers. As the morning moves along getting a little brighter, this type of weather till next week.

So far have avoided the snow, just a little inland not the case. Around Fredericton brother advises most of yesterday winter like snowstorm. Snow damp but managed to have an inch on the ground by suppertime.

Lots of water infront of the house appears as the drainage ditch must have been plugged with rockweed from the high tide overnight.

Weather will prevent any further transfer of fish for a few days. The lobster fleet will be tied up till this passes, fishing days are now numbered any days lost cannot be made up.

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