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Re: A Chesapeake Christmas

Jaye/ Dan,

Thanks again for getting us unruly sailors togther. It was great to make new friends, , see the old old friends ( specially Joe and Mary) and share the commradiere we all have together. Even on Sailnet this Chesapeake group has always been a tight knit one welcomed evryone and had a strong networking group amongst us. We show willingness to meet face to face ( so we gets to see real persons ) as opposed to Internet personas) and support and help each otgher with technical stuff as well as share laughs.

It doesnt happen though is someone like you doesnt step up and do the organization ( we are like herding cats you know as Wade used to put).

Thanks again taking the time to organize. And thanks for the Chanuaka Gelt

We will have some raftups in the Spring hopefully, but try and mark the June 8 date on your calanders for the large 5th Chesapeake Rondevous with the Anything Sailing group at Maryland yacht Club

Dave
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