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By: GRANDMANAN , 11:47 AM GMT on January 24, 2012

Spring like this morning, with rain, temp 8C, SE breeze 30-035KPH, similar conditions for the remainder of the morning, clearing but breezy later on this afternoon.

Many schools around the Province closed on the mainland due to icy road condtions, no announcement for local school.

The weekend activity at the arena still subject of conversation, negative comments non exsistent, other than the cold sitting in the stands. The cold cannot be avoided, but obviously works well with that many bodies in the place.

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4. plapman
1:35 PM GMT on January 25, 2012
Good morning Rob.
Hope your weather turns out as nice as ours. It sure is a strange winter for the prairie.
Have a good day.
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3. chunks
4:57 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Dear Rob:

Ditto us on the weather front! If the greenhouse was open I would go down there and work. Awesome. There is 15 more minutes of sun this Tuesday than last. Bring it on - Spring.

I saw the rink uniforms in the Saturday paper. Very impressive. I had to chuckle about the boys all having stomach aches. No wonder! At that age and being the center of all - and I mean ALL - the attention : both from the community, the media, and visiting dignitaries. I would have had a sick stomach too, however, it seems they rallied and had a great game for all to see. Their coach should be proud.

The inside of the rink looks just beautiful. The community should be bursting with pride.

Well, it is too nice to be on the computer. Must go for a walk and see what is what.

Have an excellent day.

Word. Chunks

p.s. to David: I think you will be happy with the weather for your Charlottetown visit. Don't forget your cash: Whilst visiting daughters at University there is always something they just can't live without. :) THE BANK OF DAVID IS NOW OPEN!!!!
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2. Justapluggin
1:27 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Good morning,
Today is the kind of weather day that an old friend of mine would refer to as a "snow eater day". It's foggy, 43 degrees with a mild SW wind. If we had snow this weather would certainly eat it all up in a hurry.

Lobster price still stagnant at $3.50. Historically catches drop off mid January and that is true to form this year. Those still at it long in face over poundage caught and price received.

We are headed to Charlottetown Friday to visit with our Emily for the weekend, weather permitting. I expect PEI to be cold and windy but thier temps seem to be parralling ours.
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1. plapman
12:59 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Good morning Rob.
if your a curling fan you'll be able to get a view of our new arena which has been converted to a curling rink for the Scotties Tournement of hearts.
Enjoy the day.
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