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Re: Chesapeake Bay, Western Shore Marinas

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Originally Posted by sailortjk1 View Post
Eryka,

Have you meet the Rizzo Family? Chris, Eileen, and Jamie?
They are great people. We are friends from when they lived in Michigan and we were marina neighbors back than. We have been very close ever since. They have a Hunter of just over 30' and tied on the bulkhead close to the pool.

I got to spend a couple of days at Port Annapolis back in November. It was a bit quiet than, but I can just imagine it to be a popular place in the height of the season.

Hope to meet you next time I am there.
Tim,

Of couse she know the Rizzos. They are an active part of the Chesapeake group.
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