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Old 10-09-2010
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Originally Posted by sealover View Post
Thanks everyone. Joe, I'm going to Google earth those places this evening. Board down I'm all of 6 feet. Up I'm around 2. And it's a cast iron swing keel so hitting bottom is no big deal. I have a depthfinder, gps and separately a navionics chart plotter app on my phone. (Droid - well worth the $10 but it does suck battery) really looking forward to this. May do the private ramp and hope my $20 ramp fee buys some protection for my tow rig.
I agree; Harness Creek and the whole Rhode River area would be a great starting area. Protected and yet many choices.

This, about a resent trip to Harness Creek:
Sail Delmarva: Harness Creek

With practice, the Bay will be yours next summer. It is largely about picking weather and places. Trailer sailors have so many choices.
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