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Re: 2012 Sailing Season

We signed up to take the lead for this rondevous.

Clay, what are you doing with your boat, taking a slip in the marina? I know our club has done parties at Langford Bay Marina in the gazebo in the past. Do you belong there? Is there a fee to use the gazebo? If not we could gather on land and some could take slips, or anchor in the mooring field ( we do that when our club stays there)

The other alternative is in light of Clays post could have a raft up behind Cakaway then some break off behind Cackaway Island on Langford Creek. If only a few are showing up that may be preferable and easier to organize. This is a great place to watch the geese land in squadrons at sundown. Will be in DST by then so sundown will be early. 5:15 ish.

Dave

Who will be comming on Oct 27/28, please raise your hands?
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