By: GRANDMANAN , 10:39 AM GMT on September 04, 2012

Sailor take warning sky this morning, bright red, forecast telling of a couple of days of rain, rainfall to be signifigant. Hazy at the moement, a nice 14C, humid. Overcast and showers by this evening, wind from the south to be a factor next couple of days.

Communication between here and Fredericton appear to be squeezed between the social events. Today will be a little more realistic with small things to be looked after, her 'engine light' on the vehicle for one. The description of what is going on already indicating one that has been at university for a long time. The formal names of the buildings down to one major word, we are supposed to be able to relate to where it is as a for instance.

Rob still in the bunk, his first day of higher learning starts in the morning. A new pair of jeans and a choice of new foot wear, he is ready to go.

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1. chunks
8:31 PM GMT on September 04, 2012
Dear Rob:

Welcome to the beginning of my 'four year world'. And - it never seems to get better. As an after-thought, after a while we 'the parents' stop wondering when they are going to call us and just take it as a nice surprise when they do.

As they become totally independent you start to pat yourself on the back because you realize you have done the good job you thought you had all along - and you stop worrying so much - because it is really nice to know that if anything happens to us - you know they can look after themselves.

I am back from my ART IN THE PARK Sunday, which was a very successful show for me - and then a trip in to the wilderness for an over-night at the Hearst Lodge. It was awesome. When they shut the generator off at 11:00 p.m., I swear you could hear the grass growing. Actually you could hear the salmon pools running, the wind in the trees, and the odd night bird. My idea of heaven. Wish I could have afforded more nights. The cedar planked, maple glazed, salmon we had for supper was pretty awesome too. :)

Well, I am battening down the hatches so my break is over. Hope you survive it. Have kayak tied to deck in case.

Word. Chunks

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