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Old 05-01-2013   #7
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Re: St. Michaels

Big Alís BBQ is a good place to grab lunch. Itís right across Talbot from the museum parking entrance. Awesome BBQ and Iíve heard also great crab cakes and crabs in season. It has a very local feel. Little to no indoor seating though Ė plan to sit outside at picnic tables or grab and go for a picnic.

Iím actually crazy enough to be considering going on Memorial Day weekend by boat. I participated in the maritime museumís ďApprentice for a DayĒ boatbuilding program over the winter and the boat I helped build is scheduled to launch that Saturday at 1 PM. Unless the weatherís bad Iím sure itíll be way too packed but Iíd like to go anyway. To make it there by launch time the plan is to leave Friday night and sail overnight, arriving as the sun comes up. Weíll probably anchor in Leeds Creek and dinghy over to town for the festivities Ė then back to our boat in time for dinner on the hook.
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