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Re: Review of my season on Georgian Bay

Great write up and worth reading.

We usually take a 3 week trip from our area ( Chesapeake) to the LI Sound and Further north in New England. There are a few long days 70 miles of transit and what we do is get to our furthest point and take our tiem comming back so the legs are only 25 miles at a pop. That is usally 5 hours or so of sailing each day allowing us to get into a harbor/ amchorage, hang out and relax and enjoy it instyead of pushing on hard all the time. Just a suggestion or try something similar.

We also make sure at least a few times we spend a couple of days somewhere to just have some down time.

Great job

Dave
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