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By: GRANDMANAN , 11:44 AM GMT on November 19, 2013

A grand looking morning underway, the red orb just up over Ross Island, a slight draft from the west, a cooler 2C. To remain clear, temp to decline, and wind to pick up as the day moves along. The forecast 40-45KPH of yesterday not evident at the moment.

Traps will be checked today, near gale force yesterday kept the fleet tied up. Still some pent up need to get at it to be disposed of before things fall into a routine, weather permitting. The few indications of second day catch remains high and quality excellent.

Rob crossed another milestone today, he is now eighteen years, qualified to vote. Nan has suggested more cash into his account is a good way to celebrate the occasion. Appears his laundry load must be getting high, they plan on returning for the weekend.

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11:49 AM GMT on November 20, 2013
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1. chunks
9:05 PM GMT on November 19, 2013
Dear Rob:

Ah, the good old days of copious amounts - i.e. mountains, of laundry to do on the weekend. My kids favourite line upon returning home Friday night: I brought some laundry home, but just leave it and I will get to it later. (HAHAHA) Sunday just before leaving: OMG I forgot to do my laundry! Me: Yup, here is your two garbage bags full, wash, dried, ironed if necessary. Them: Thanks Mom - okay, we gotta get on the road. BLARG.

Glad to hear catch remains on the good side. Yesterday was terrible weather here too. Glad all remained tied up.

Okay, off to pretzel class. Have a great rest of the day. Word. Chunks.
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