By: GRANDMANAN , 10:43 AM GMT on September 10, 2012

A bit of cloud cover, however sun attempting to make an appearance, calm, temp 12C. Forecast is suggesting clearing, mild temps in high teens, might make it to 20C, conditons to remain thus for the remainder of the week, fall is well enroute.

Fishing news remains fairly static, weir fishing quiet, a few boats scalloping. Activity towards fall lobster season in commence, no bait showed up as yet, the depenance on salt bait on the decline, most boats depending on fresh or fresh frozen.

Emily returned to Fredericton from Quispam last evening. Attending class this morning then an opportunity to get some of the paperwork for the changes completed during the day.

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3. palmettobug53
4:27 PM GMT on September 10, 2012
Hi, Rob.

Wondering if Leslie might bring you a bit of wave and rain action. Nothing on the scale of a big blow; more like a wave as she goes by.
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2. OGal
11:00 AM GMT on September 10, 2012

Good Morning Rob, Kids and their choices. They seem to know what is best for them. Our son went to Colorado State to become a wildlife biologist. All of a sudden he realized he was with all thr pre-med students. Way too much math and science. So let's see ...... ok....let's go into technical journalism. He did this and worked at Fox 13 in Tampa as a producer....but wait I think I would rather be a pilot. Long story short after flying for six years and 6,000 hours as a commercial pilot he is back at Fox 13 in Tampa as an executive producer. Misses commercial flying but is teaching at a local airport and also is umpiring tennis. Go figure. Happy to be in a more secure world where he is appreciated by his peers. Flying...lots of sitting hours and the pay was horrible. Emily is following her heart. For sure the best way to go.
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10:50 AM GMT on September 10, 2012
Mornin CHUNKS, indeed Emily has made some big decisions on her own, and steps to go in another direction. No consultation with Donna, got her done, seems much more enthused with her choices. Emily worked with the local Boys & Girls Club this past two summers enjoyed the children, a couple of the youngsters are autistic. Emily derived great pleasure working with them, achieved inter action with them on various levels as a consequence has given her class choices a bent in that direction.

Full prices still in effect, seems to be a fair number of travellers still, of course no youngsters in tow. Last time I spoke with Peter the Right Whales had made only one brief appearance close to the island, still no feed for them. Many others about, along with dolphins that are not common to our shores.

Have a good one.

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