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post #15 of Old 02-28-2010
mccary
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A few regional books for my home cruising grounds, The Chesapeake Bay, would include: Beautiful Swimmers : Watermen, Crabs and the Chesapeake Bay by William W. Warner, The tidewater Tales by Barth John and of course Chesapeake by James A Michener. Those last 2 are big books and well worth the effort to finish. Links are to Amazon, but the names and titles are good any place. The first is not a novel, but instead a Pulitzer Prize nonfiction work about our most famous resident, the Blue Crab.

Joe McCary,
Sailing on The Central Chesapeake Bay, West River, MD on my Catalina 27, Aelous II with my wife and friends.
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