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Sailnet rendezvous 2008 - Chesapeake Bay June 14, 2008

Any one for a Sailnet rendezvous on the Chesapeake in 2008??? Just a thought.
Sitting here in the ice I am ready for spring, it wont be long now. Anybody want to meet, I am dockeded on the potomac but will be on the bay all summer. I will see ya on the water. Cheers
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Don't know if there will be another meet-up at the Annapolis Boat Show this year. I would guess the Solomons would be the best spot to try to attract a bunch of boats though.
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I'm up for a northern Bay area raft up - Solomons would have to be a three day weekend for me.
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I'm sure hoping there will be a Sailnet meetup at the show again this year... we might actually have our boat down there for the show too!
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I am up for a meet up also. A few of us are up here in Rock Creek on the Patapsco have also talked about rafting up...Sailormitch, Tartanchef37, and a few more are on the Bodkin and Magothy also. Would like to do it up it so we could make it a weekend raft up say in the Chester, Swan Creek, or Worton Creek. Does that work for anyone? We might even allow a multihull...**:**) June sometime?

Chuckles with your speed you could do Solomons in a weekend.

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I will be at the annapolis boat show. See you there with a pain killer in hand.
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Will be there as well. Part 2 of the decision making on getting a boat. Besides the Hobie 16 that is.
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I'd be up for a northern bay meet almost any time. I regularly do Worton, Stillpond, and Swan Creek. Getting down to the Magothy would be a little bit of a hike, but doable. I'm in Havre de Grace.
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I'm good for basically anywhere from St. Micheals to Still Pond Creek. I prefer north and east for a quiet weekend, but like above, Bodkin, Worton or Fairley and Still Pond, it's all good, anytime.

My yacht club does raft ups 3rd week of every month May thru September so I'm out for that weekend - any and every other time I'm in.
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Agreed that Solomons is a hike for a weekend for those of us from Annapolis north. The other suggestions will work. Fairlee Creek of course is a big stinkpot destination, but the creek is big enough we should be able to get away from them. On a really nice weekend Fairlee can look like the parking lot tailgaters at a Jimmy Buffett concert.
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