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Old 10-13-2012
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Re: Review of my season on Georgian Bay

I did not find that boring at all. Thank you for posting and reminding me how beautiful Georgian Bay is. I look forward to sailing it again soon. My wife and I sailed our first sailboat a Grampian 26 from Collingwood to Little Current about 8 years ago. We had hit weather within hours of leaving Collingwood on our way to Beckwith. Waves were 8-10 footers, the wind was on our nose and I thought I would never sail again. We had anchored at Hope I believe and the next morning it was sunny and 10 knot winds....perfection!!!! Went through the small craft route near Point of Barrell, then off to Killarney and then Little Current. It was one of the best weeks of my life.
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