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Re: Off Season (Nov) sailing in Northeast

We went sailing today for 4+ hours after spending last night celebrating our new Commodore at our clubs annual Ball.

Winds were steady at 10-14 from the North east and we had a nice brisk sail across the Bay to Rock Hall and back. Temps were in the low 50s. We had the propane heater going in the cabin and dtayed warm with bowls of steaming homemade chili and hot chocolate spiked with peppermint schnapps/

I love the sailing this time of the year. There were a few sailboats out and 0 powerboaters

dave
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