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By: GRANDMANAN , 11:13 AM GMT on June 10, 2012

A grand weather day yesterday, this morning the weather gods haven't decided what is taking place. Bright sun early, now overcast a bit of northerly breeze, temp 12C to rise near 20C, with fog, at least no rain - yet.

Yesterday lots of catch up around the place, Donna moved into MY shed, now the place looks like you should be living in it. It is the ultimate MAN CAVE, supposedly, a place for ATV, Riding Mower, etc. cleanliness not a prerequiste, things have changed. Must admit can locate things without turning over have the contents of the building.

Rob returns sometime today, no word on how things are going. Emily had a babysitting gig last evening, a bit of cash to add to her poke, no comments on lack of Quispam time, next weekend whatshisname camps here for the gradauation festivities.

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2. chunks
11:56 PM GMT on June 10, 2012
Dear Rob:

I am killing myself laughing at the MAN CAVE thing. Hubby and next door neighbour have a man cave in the back part of the garage. No women allowed - and if we do go in we have to keep biting tongues. Not allowed to comment. All that said - it is still a pretty tidy man cave - if you over look the shelves with the collection of 'interesting' bottles, etc.

Hard to imagine that Em will be doing the graduation thing next weekend. Where is the time going? Also, you have to share the special day with whatshisname. Another thread sniped, Rob, another thread sniped.

Forget the scallops wrapped in bacon - which I love by the way - these were sauteed in a smoking hot pan then a cream base with herbs were added and swirled in the pan - no stirring with utensils - then these were poured on to a plate at the exact temperature required by chef. OMG - you NEVER tasted anything so good. Heaven. Then he prepared salmon steaks to perfection, also with concoctions of herbs, cream, etc. and served with blanced and then barbecued asparagus. I felt like I was eating at the Hilton, which basically I was I guess.

Today was the typical full hike at the Fundy Trail. Hot, then over-cast, hot, then over-cast. You couldn't figure it out. It was a good one at any rate. Next week we feel we are in good enough shape to do the first portion of the foot path: (I may die) but I want to do it. We will see.

Well, note time to Jeanne so must move along. Have a good, and I am sure, hectic week - i.e. graduation lead up.

Word. Chunks.
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11:18 AM GMT on June 10, 2012
Mornin CHUNKS glad to learn the traveller has returned to your part of the globe. a grand excuse for gathering for sure. A chef in the house a good thing for sure, scallops bacon wrapped I presume. Lovem anyway you want to serve, from raw on up.

We didn't have the weather you folks endured, by supper a few sprinkles, however lots of sun and great temps all day. Too good, Donna had me head down and ass up all day - getting caught up don't ya know.

Long range giving moderate temps at best, with 'patchy fog' well into next week. Here on Ingalls Head there is no such thing as 'patchy' either we have it or we don't.

Have a good one.

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