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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

Beautiful morning here on the Magothy. Mrs Osprey has calmed down while her mate is gathering more materials for the nest. This after he shared a fish breakfast with his mate. We are having our usual fish Sunday breakfast of smoked Scotish Lox and bagels ( tomatoes cream cheese and fresh chives) , turkey bacon and sausage., and French pressed Kona coffee.

This Magothy river is one of the prettiest on the eastern shore with lots of coves and anchorages. First time we ever pulled in here. We usually like Broad Creek, Eagles Nest , Dividing Creek areas.


Very protected except for west wind. Today is calling for S to Ssw 25-30 knot winds and SCWarnings so we re getting an early start.

Should be a sleigh ride home north to the Patapsco and Rock Creek.

Dave
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