By: GRANDMANAN , 10:40 AM GMT on July 12, 2012

A different weather morning in commence at the moment. Thick fog, sun not far off, should burn off in short while. A nice 15C, a slight southerly draft moving some air around. Forecaster suggesting sun and warmer temps will be the order of the day, as previously mentioned similar going forward.

A quick trip to St.John this morning, Otis requires an eye check up, he is nearly 91 years, but up for a drive and an opportunity to have a look around.

Rob worked nearly 12 hours yesterday, he certainly not on deck for long when he gets home. Emily and her kids still having a grand time, lots of outdoor actvities makes the day go well for all parties.

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2. chunks
11:11 PM GMT on July 12, 2012
Dear Rob:

OMG - I wondered why I couldn't get hold of Jeanne. I will make inquires as to his length of stay at the hospital. Presume he is in Saint John Regional. Here's is the sort of funny part - Cody felt mighty bad that he has not made the trip to see Gerald - his old cribbage partner - and when I came home from GM last weekend and gave the news he was not well - apparently that struck a cord.

Got a text last night at 11:00 p.m. that he and Keiff - best friend - decided to go to Grand Manan and visit with Gerald and would be back today. I have not heard from him yet. I wonder if he got hold of them before all took place. What a mystery. Will text him now. Thanks for telling me the news.

If you could have seen what he looked like on Sunday when I left you would have seen the writing on the wall. We all assumed it was his stones acting up as did the doctor who saw him on Saturday and gave him the shot for infection.

If you need support on the Air Ambulance thing - I AM IN. Those folks mean more to me than you know.

Well, I am going to go and try and get ahold of Cody to get the scope. Hopefully, his old beater car made it down there in one piece and they drive careful coming back.

If you hear anything else, would you PLEASE let me know

Thanks. Word. Chunks.
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10:49 AM GMT on July 12, 2012

Mornin CHUNKS, appears things happenin in your world, Cody is no doubt well aware of what his momentary lapse of good sense has caused. Just a thought,a guy nearly lost his boat here a few years ago, quite a struggle to save him and the boat. Of course there was signifigant monetary consequences, his view has stuck with me, not to dwell on what he lost, but what he saved. Some folks able to be positive under most any circumstances.

Learned yesterday Gerald caught up in our Air Ambulance fiasco. Since Friday lost Marjorie, Gerald held at local hospital waiting for Air Ambulance, come to find out once he finally made it to St.John his gall bladder nearly ready to rupture. We meet with the Minister of Health next week to address the issue with her, comments from the CEO of Ambulance New Brunswick stating these incidents are regrettable when they are preventable not going over well. One can only hope the Minister of Health not being fully or correctly informed. The 'system' we had in place worked for past THIRTY YEARS now fixing it for the better obviously not happening. Will get off my soapbox for the moment.

You would have no problem getting a sleep here overnight, foggy and a slight draft, quite welcome actually. Will be back to the heat and humidity before the day is out am sure.

Have a good one.

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