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Sounds like a good time, count us in!

Solomons would be a bit of a hike for us, anything North of the bay bridge is definitely doable.

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I think Worton's (outside) has been 'decided' on, with Swan as the foul weather (wind from west?) location. Worton's outer area can be rolly with a wind out of the west...
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Ah yes, sounds good. Funny though, the guy who started the thread is from Virginia?
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Yeah Chef...he got us talking and thinking. Since most of us are from the bridge north...we took it from there. In two weeks were are going to uncover our boat and start some of the onboard spring projects. Hopefully by the end of March we will be out, but the weather till then could be the great equalizer. Let me know when you will be down working and Ill stop by and meet you and the family...also Steve too

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I ask a question and get hijacked!! No problem Guys and gals. I just want to sail and meet some new friends. To me it does not matter where it is. If I can make yours i will. I was not trying to be the one to choose where. Just wanted to start some thought so we can meet on the water. I think some thing will work out on the potomac. Like I said I will be on the bay all season and I hope to see you all. Well at the least a few
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Badsanta....I work in DC at the House of Representatives...maybe we can work an exchange a sail down there on the Potomac/ chesapeake. in exchange for a sail up here on the patapsco/chesapeake?

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I do plan to go to D.C. this year. maybe we can have a meeting up there
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So whats the plan? Worton creek on which weekend?
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