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Re: Greetings from Ross Cove

Originally Posted by chef2sail View Post
We are anchored in Ross Cove on the Magothy River with our propane heater keeping the boat cozy. Had a nice grilled tri tip steak with wild rice for dinner. Always tastes better on the water. Was a cold sail in light winds with only a 120 up today. No others on the Bay except the Pride of Baltimore with all sails flying.

Sailed by Chuckles place ans saw he and Mary's new pride and joy. Good luck with her. She looks great.

Great to be back on the water .

Oh BTW the Osprey nest we are anchored close to gave the poor bird fits. He's gonna need a bird shrink

We can't wait. Final preps on the hard tomorrow, and assuming everything checks out we'll splash at noon high tide on Monday.

We spend the day at the Safety at Sea course at the Naval Academy. As the Capitol Steps would say, "Stood guff!"

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