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Saturday July 21, 2018

21:01 Trail Fest ride »Pedaling PEI
21:01 Sunday Skies »justpictureit
photo - Sunday Skies

15:04 Unsettled weather expected across PEI next few days.. »peistormchaser
Saturday, July 21st 8:00am. The high pressure system that gave the sunshine to the island over the past few days has shifted east and now located well offshore. The high will then stall to the southeast near Bermuda for the … Continue reading

Friday July 20, 2018

23:20 Now, the last word on the whole DeRozan-Leonard deal »John Cairns Blog
Now that the dust has settled on the big NBA trade which saw DeMar DeRozan shipped off to San Antonio with Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green coming to the Toronto Raptors, much to the consternation of all these Raptors fans, all I have to say is: it had to be done. I know there has...
22:01 Royalty Junction »Pedaling PEI
21:01 Ste. Purrl »justpictureit
photo - Ste. Purrl

Purrl has received her halo here on earth.

09:14 Impaired Driver - Male Arrested - Grafton Street »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services received a complaint at 1:45am Friday morning regarding a possible impaired driver on Grafton Street. Police located the vehicle and determined that the driver was impaired. An 18 year old Covehead PEI man was charged with Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle. The accused will be appearing in Provincial Court at a later date. Charlottetown Police Services encourage the public to report any instances of impaired driving...Call 911.
07:56 Theft from Vehicles - Charges Laid »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services responded to a suspicious person complaint at 3:00am on Thursday July 19th. As a result, two males were located in the Spring Park area of the City, where many theft from vehicle occurrences were reported on July 17th. The investigation has led to one charge of theft under $5000 dollars (theft from vehicle) being laid against a 14 year old Charlottetown male. The accused has been released from custody and will appear in court at a later date. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance and remind residents to be vigilant and lock their doors and remove valuables from vehicles.
06:32 Sunshine and light winds expected again today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Friday, July 20th 6:30am.. Sunshine and light winds will prevail today across the island as an area of high pressure crests over the region. Clear skies will continue into the overnight hours tonight as this feature slides east and anchors … Continue reading

Thursday July 19, 2018

22:00 Ride to York »Pedaling PEI
22:00 Laurel, The Dover Lady »justpictureit
photo - Laurel, The Dover Lady

Our family, friends and community are in complete shock this week. Tara's parents, Laurel and Captain Bob, both 62 years of age, were in a motorcycle accident last Sunday. It was very serious and Laurel died at the scene. Bob has his back broken in several places, a broken sternum, broken ribs, and a punctured lung. After extensive testing to see if it was possible, Bob is to have surgery tomorrow (Thursday). We are devastated. Laurel was my daughter's 'other mother' while I am Tara's. I have known the family since the girls were 6 months old. Laurel has been a school secretary at the Junior High School since she was 19 years old so is very well known in the community. A lot of relatives happen to be home because a surprise party was planned for Bob and Laurel's son's 40th birthday. Lots of boat days were scheduled for this period with the annual poker run planned for the 29th. Life seems a bit unreal right now. My family are all here on vacation too and I have the week off. We are all stunned and heart broken. No one can comprehend that we will never see Laurel again. Life can change in an instant. Give your loved ones an extra long hug today. Laurel Martin Captain Bob Martin

10:17 Someone is gaming google »Island Musings
I searched google images and this selection returned.
08:01 Pannier bags »Pedaling PEI
08:01 Beach Day »justpictureit
photo - Beach Day

Next Wednesday - Same beach a month later. This one is July 2010, next Wednesday's is from August.

06:26 Sunshine and light winds expected next few days across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Thursday, July 19th 6:25am.. A cold front swept across the region yesterday bringing cloud showers and a few thundershowers. The front has also brought a temporary end to the hot and humid conditions as cooler fresher air settles in. High … Continue reading

Wednesday July 18, 2018

19:38 Bullshit »Diary of a Squirrel
Bonus post, because world events have handed me this one on a silver platter.

18:48 Assist to Identify - *Video* »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services are requesting the public's help in identifying the male depicted in the attached video. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this individual may contact police at 902-629-4172.
11:20 Graffiti Vandalism - Charges Laid »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
As the result of an ongoing investigation, the Charlottetown Police Services “Street Crime Unit” have identified and charged a 26 year old Charlottetown man in relation to a series of graffiti vandalisms. The accused is a prolific offender who utilized the “KOIN” tag for his graffiti. The accused has been remanded in custody and will appear in court to answer to the charges later this week.
06:37 Showers expected today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday, July 18th 6:35am.. Showers and thundershowers moved across parts of the Maritimes yesterday evening in advance of an approaching cold front from the west. This front is now oriented in a NE-SW line across central NB and will continues … Continue reading

Tuesday July 17, 2018

22:01 Lifting Fog »justpictureit
photo - Lifting Fog

15:00 Trail end at Murray Harbour »Pedaling PEI
06:45 Sunny and humid conditions expected again today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Tuesday, July 17th 6:45am..  Another sunny hot humid day today across PEI as weak high pressure continues to effect the Maritimes. Clouds will begin to spread across the region later today as a strong cold front oriented NE-SW approaches from … Continue reading

Monday July 16, 2018

22:22 Trump throws US intelligence community under the bus at Helsinki summit! »John Cairns Blog
Well, this lousy summit meeting Pres. Donald Trump had with Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin in Helsinki was a big success, all right — for Putin. President Trump declines to side with US intelligence that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. Instead, Trump repeatedly asked about the Democratic National Committee's email server and Hillary Clinton's...
22:01 Monday group »Pedaling PEI
21:01 Morning Fog »justpictureit
photo - Morning Fog

Taken in New Brunswick on the road back home to PEI.

14:01 Dwayne Johnson falls off the Skyscraper in this weekend’s Box Office »John Cairns Blog
The movie box office results are in for this weekend and I am quite surprised to learn that the new Dwayne Johnson action movie Skyscraper landed with a thud. It finished not second but third, behind Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation and the second weekend of Ant-Man and the Wasp. Skyscraper opened with a lousy...
13:49 Residential Break and Enter - Charges laid »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
As the result of an ongoing investigation by the Charlottetown Police Services Street Crime Unit, a 26 year old Charlottetown male has been arrested and charged in relation to a residential Break and Enter, Mischief, Theft and Resisting Arrest. The accused was arraigned before a Justice of the Peace and has been remanded in custody at the Provincial Correctional Centre. The accused will appear in court later this month to answer to the charges.
13:46 Charlottetown Woman Charged - Infanticide »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
As the result of a year long investigation by the Charlottetown Police Services Major Crime Unit, a 39 year old Charlottetown woman has been arrested and charged with two (2) counts of Infanticide contrary to section 233 of the Criminal Code, two (2) counts of failing to seek assistance in child birth contrary to section 242 of the Criminal Code and two (2) counts of disposing of the dead body of a child with intent to conceal the fact it had been delivered contrary to section 243 of the Criminal Code. The incidents which form the basis for the charges date from 2014 and 2016 respectively. The accused will appear in court to answer to the charges on July 19th, 2018.
11:02 Smitten! »Rose Chintz Cottage
08:14 Tech support »Diary of a Squirrel

06:36 The warm and muggies return to PEI.. »peistormchaser
Monday, July 16th 6:35am.. An area of high pressure is currently cresting over the island and will shift east over the next few hours. This will allow for a southerly wind to develop resulting in warmer and more humid conditions … Continue reading

Sunday July 15, 2018

21:00 Beach Day »justpictureit
photo - Beach Day

Beach combing one day, I found some monster hair.

17:28 Magic comes from many directions »Island Musings
My little girl with her morning Magpie.
12:00 Dimah: Each tear drop is counted »Hebrew Word Lessons
Tears- dimah דִּמְעָה (Strong’s 1832) Root: דִּמְעָ Sounds like: dee-mah What are tears? Little droplets of water that come from the eyes and make a path down your face. That is the Hebrew pictographic (word picture) explanation for the word dimah (tears). The root of the word is made up of three letters: dalet (meaning… Continue reading Dimah: Each tear drop is counted
08:15 Unsettled weather expected next few days across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Sunday, July 15th 8:15am.. Mainly cloudy skies are expected today ahead of a trough of low pressure approaching from the west. This system is bringing showers and isolated thundershowers to eastern Townships of Quebec this morning and expected this activity … Continue reading