SATURDAY, JUNE 7/14
By: GRANDMANAN , 11:10 AM GMT on June 07, 2014
A nice change in the weather, westerly 15-20KPH, sun moving the clouds off, temp already 15C, might make it to the low 20's as the day moves along. Similar conditions for next few days, rain in the forecast by mid-week.
Moncton coming to life once again, the outpouring of support for the members from the community is great. Notice a bouquet of flowers left at the base of the flag pole here at our local detachment. Similar acts of acknowledgement at other detachments in the Maritime Provinces also being reported, all good. The members in uniform appreciate such positive feedback from the general public.
Rob remaining in St. John this weekend, seems he has sufficient laundry, plus the ask for a bit of cash works for him. Returns to the classroom on Monday for the final run to exams and graduation.
Emily hard at it with the lobster tank house, still doing pretty good numbers on a daily basis, the crew have got it to a routine that works well for all hands. Lots of physical parts to the job, she seems to enjoy all aspects, a crate of lobster quite a lift when the crate just about matches her in weight.
Boat hauling traps in the harbour, along way up in, quite something to see this much gear in such shoal water, must be worthwhile, certainly lots of them being caught in other locations.
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