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Go for it!

We'll be at Mill Creek on Whitehall Bay, dinner at Cantler’s Riverside Inn on Saturday night.

Look us up if you're in the area! Or, let us know your schedule and you can come visit us on the Little Magothy. Might even be free dock space for a night...
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Go for it. The weather predictions are notoriously wrong anyway. Best case they're wrong and you'll have a blast. Worse case, they're right and you get a little wet. Just keep an eye on the clouds for T Storms and you'll be fine.
My wife and I will be somewhere out there with you.
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Go for it Denise. We will be on the Magothy or Chester river anchored out Sat night the 20th

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Give a shout on Ch. 16 if in the Chester River/Kent Narrows area.

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If you anchor out on Back creek, Annapolis drop on by,
Rhosyn Mor is anchored out opposite Port Annapolis Marina,
can't miss us, we are the only british flagged boat on the creek!
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Rhythm's sailing to Baltimore Inner Harbor on Friday, June 19... if you make the trip give us a hail on the VHS.

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Made it! we are on the hook in engineer's cove! Last night was one rough crossing Delaware Bay to the C&D. Rain on and off all day here.. clearing now the group from my YC should be here in the wee hours of the morning. Depending on the weather again we may be out of here and off to Still pond or Great oaks. More as the trip progresses!

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Good on ya... thanks for the update.

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We'll be at a huge raftup on the South River off Galesville town docks Saturday, PM me if you want to join. Otherwise, we're back to Annapolis on Sunday afternoon.
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... if you make the trip give us a hail on the VHS.

Fair winds to ya!
For some reason this simple typo makes me smile...
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