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Wendy Cohoon
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+Mz Maau I haven't been around a while, but spied this pink and green, tentacle thing and thought of you. Hope all is well in the new place etc. <3
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The ice is back. Strongnorth wind (off shore)
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06/04/2017
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Cloud Atlas goes live today. This is the official reference for experts around the world to classify clouds definitively.

I love this kind of thing. (Bookmarked for future reference.)
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Pretty tresses. Teal and plum. My colourist was busy in her room today so I bleached and dyed it myself. I am very pleased with the vibrancy of the colours, and my bolliage (spelling unknown, it is basically doing it random) turned out.
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The brothers are still close. Napping, after cleaning themselves and then each other.
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Ipperwash Beach, Ontario, Lake Huron at the end of February.
The sandy ice mounds out farther actually move in and out during the winter months. The ones at the shore usually stay, melting away when the weather gets warm.
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16/03/2017
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Highland Glen Conservation Area boat launch on Lake Huron today. Three days of on shore wind brought in a lot of ice.
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Blue Water Bridges, between Sarnia Ontario, and
Port Huron Michigan today. The bridge was back up going to the States.
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Ice flow flowing from Lake Huron into the Saint Claire River, between Canada and USA today.
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Okeanos is diving in the South Pacific with their ROVs. They stream their exploration live, so you can discover the bottom of the ocean right along with them. They usually get started at 3:00 pm EST, which I think is 5:00 am Hawaii time. Check it out if you get the chance.

http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/okeanos/media/exstream/exstream.html
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