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Old 04-26-2011
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Great List

I would add to it on the way to going to Chestertown on the Chester River stopping at Cackaway Island on Langford creek for the bald eagles...across from langford on the Chester is Corsica River where about 3 miles up is a cove you cabn dinghy ashore and walk the old Russian retreat embassy ( where they intercepted all the messages from NSA in the 60's)

Also Havre de Grace is a very neat quaint town off to the side of the bay where the Susqehanna River enter the Bay at its northernmost part.

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