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Old 02-21-2010
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Harness Creek is usually a cluster in the summer with many many boats. I suggested Aberdeen which is just around the corner and the next creek west on the South River about 500 yards.

The reason I suggested a pavillion/ place to cook and somewhere to land isa when we hosted it people were able to mingle and circulate more than if they had to hop boat to rafted boat. Also it can still be held if it rains and people who cant boat in can come by land. Also who could forget the ridiculously good food every brought / made / and set up buffet community style led by Shawn (T37chef).

If we cannot find a similar place I am willing to do it again. The distanmce should be attainable by those from Whorton, Middle River, Noprtheast and harvede grace as well as those from Herrington, South, St Micheals, and Rock Hall.

My fear is that the further south we go from the Bridge it may negate the northern branch of the Chesapeake armada from comming. Who can forget Sapperhite...**:**)

Dave.
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