By: GRANDMANAN , 10:47 AM GMT on June 05, 2012

Cool/cold,damp,windy weather continues in fine style. Temp 7C,showers in progress,wind still from NNE20-25KPH, conditions to remain thus for the next day a bit of a respit then back to this stuff for a few days.

Harbour apprears quiet, the off boat tending traps, outside would be nasty, combined with the low catch numbers can`t imagine too many anxious to give it a try.

Grounds certainly green, lots of moisture to bring on the grass. Donna behind in her flower preparation, still a number of plants to make it in the ground.

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2. chunks
10:08 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
Dear Rob:

Hi! I hear ya on the bank thing. Here is what I did:
I bank at the Hampton Bayview - I got Sarah to open her own account in her name. Now if I have to get her cash I go down and just transfer from my account to hers and then she can get it up there - at the student building or something. This has also worked well on the over-seas trips as well. Might work for you.

Jeanne told me that the big guy was like 300 lbs and they thought they might lose him by the time they got him aboard the little boat - presume Jeanne means the seiner little boat? There was also a rumor on the Seal Cove wharf of how they struck it - but I'm not saying - never know who reads this stuff. Presume you heard the same. Anyway - is she still afloat, or did she go to the bottom. I haven't heard on that yet.

Also, I kinda figured by reading behind the lines that Gerald was upset about this accident. I never knew that was the supposed ledge that they hit, all I do know is they never found a trace of the boat - and I mean nothing - nor the men. Of course, they were out in January, in a gale, so can't expect too much. No radar or such back then.

Well, good luck with figuring out the university stuff. Sarah home on Thursday at 4:30. My life is about to get weird again real soon. :)

Word. Chunks.
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5:48 PM GMT on June 05, 2012
Afternoon CHUNKS, indeed the weather is far from summer like, however the sun is making an attempt to brighten up the afternoon. Temp is still well below normal, midafternoon only 11C.

Along the Sarah storyline, Emily made one observation when we were leaving Campus. She felt that she would have to change from SCOTIA BANK to BMO otherwise how would Donna be able to transfer funds when SHE needed her to do so. Reality for sure, of course a bit more than a grain of truth in the statement.

The MOONRAKER struck the ledge enroute home after a night of fishing, near the area it is thought Gerald's dad was lost. The guys in the bunk were in water when they rolled out, she filled very quick with one fellow overboard, bigget guy in the crew, of course, they had a hell of time getting in the skiff, not a good scene for a more than a few minutes.
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