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Leland Report for Friday, September 19, 2014
One Year Ago... All Alone

Vol XlV #171                                                                                                                        

Report # 4800 ~ Photo: LR9-19-14 ~ Registered Users.... 6919

6:00 am. ~ 50° ~ Partly Cloudy ~ Wind: E SE at 2 mph ~ Humidity: 82%

Sunrise is at 7:27am ~ Ave. Low is 50°~Record Low is 31°(1990)

5:00 pm. ~ 70° ~ Mostly Cloudy ~ Wind: South at 12 mph ~Humidity: 44%

Sunset is at 7:46pm ~ Ave. High is 70° ~ Record High is 84° (2003)

Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 29.99 in ~ Dew Point: 48° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles

Daylight: 12H 19M


Big Blue’s Temperature at Van’s Beach: 55°


Forecast for 9/20/14 – Thunderstorms ~ High 66° ~ Low 54°


It's been difficult doing a Leland Report because my attention is with Biscuit.  He is never more than a few feet away.  At the moment, I'm just not interested.






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From grosseilegardener on 9/19/2014 
That is as it should be. Biscuit is depending on you and he is a good friend to you. Hope he heals quickly so you two can get back to your adventures.
From sunriseside girl on 9/19/2014 
Missing Biscuit's smiles. Hope you both bounce back soon.
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