FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24/14

By: GRANDMANAN, 10:57 AM GMT on October 24, 2014

Stormy conditions prevail, a slight change in wind to northerly from NE, a minor drop in velocity but still a steady 40KPH, the rain has now changed to showers. A significant amount of rain down over past couple of days, the brooks running hard. Forecast iffy till first of the week, moderate temps and sun forecast for several days.

Lots of traffic during the evening with boats being checked around high water, no problems reported. The ADVENTURE made her c...

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23/14

By: GRANDMANAN, 10:23 AM GMT on October 23, 2014

The N'oreaster living up to billing, still persists with high winds currently 40KPH, to increase as the day moves along to 60-65KPH with higher gusts. Rain for today into tomorrow when might change to showers, Saturday a short break, indication moisture for Sunday, however longrange looking good with above normal temps and clear.

The ADVENTURE never missed a beat yesterday, sailed on time and made the trip within usual time frame, pictures abound showing ...

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22/14

By: GRANDMANAN, 10:28 AM GMT on October 22, 2014

The weatherman's prediction correct this morning with the promised easterly now in commence, has been raining for quite sometime,. Wind and rain till first of the week currently 10C no change in temp anticipated, wind to remain NE near gale force by this afternoon, lots of rain for next couple of days, then will change to showers or light.

Daylight well delayed entering the swam this morning, cloud cover will delay saving any on electricity for next few d...

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21/14

By: GRANDMANAN, 10:48 AM GMT on October 21, 2014

Certainly a KODAK MOMENT as the sun rises from behind ROSS ISLAND this morning, brilliant Red Sky reflecting off a bank of clouds, total calm, the sun reflection across the harbour onto the tide line on this side. Calm, cool 3C, temp to rise low double digits, remain clear till nightfall, easterly and rain into the weekend is the forecast of the moment.

Three weeks from today the traps hit the water, still last minute preparations with some gear, appears...

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20/14

By: GRANDMANAN, 10:42 AM GMT on October 20, 2014

Looking across the harbour it could be a couple of months from now, daylight slowly taking over, a large bank of clouds to the east of Ross Island, a westerly draft, temp 4C with a promise of clearing and temps to remain in the single digits. A more wintry scenario than fall, rain and easterly influence midweek for several days now in the forecast.

Woodstove now in commence as of late yesterday, didn't require an overnight stick, but was suggested it woul...

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