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Re: St. Michaels

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Originally Posted by T37Chef View Post
Shaw Bay is nice for hot summer weekends, its also pretty exposed/open. For me it lacks the intimacy and tranqulity that coves and creeks offer further up the wye east branch
Agreed.

Sometimes nothing intimate or tranquil about 20 boats in Dividing Creek or 10 in Granary Creek. We even tried Pickering Creek once

Last year we were in the Wye a half dozen times and the only time the small creeks up the East Branch were not crowded was in the spring and late fall.

Seems like some of the groups have their Rendezvous' in Dividing now. Last year the Bristol, West River YC and S2s were both there en masse on different weekends.


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