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Re: Northern Chesapeake Activities for Kids?

Shawn is correct of course. I was worried about your drive. The nice thing about the drive from Philly which I used to do is that its a relatively easy one and the drive on 301 and to the Eastern Shore is an easy one. Farmland and less traffic,

Fighting that Jersey shore traffic is a bitch on weekends. When I kept my boat in Barnegat ( Dillons) I was headed North on the Parkway on weekends the opposite way of traffic,


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