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Re: Marthas Vineyard, Greenport, Block Island, Port Jeff, Matiuk, Stonington, New Lo

Ron,

Two funny about the binoculars on the beach at the hook. Wehave satyed before on the moorings at the Yacht Club at the Highlands. Nice place. We have also stayed at Liberty Landing on a few trips when we want to go to NYC. They have a high speed fderry to the finanacial district at the dock. For us depends on our mood when we round Sandy Hook where we will stay on the way up.

On the way back if we dont head right out NY Bay with the tide to the Jersey Coast we will stay at Horshoe Cove right inside the Hook on the way to Atlantic Highlands. You have to watch for fish traps entering there so not a good place to come in after dark or a NW wind

Dave
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