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swim there

I know there is another thread on this topic and someone said not to but my wife and I did last year when we anchors out there.
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My husband, our (3 yr old) son, and I would like to join you as well. I don't know if we will be sailing in or not, though. Anyone else bring children? And, is it ok to swim around there?
Yes, we will have our two girls with us, 3 & 5, they will enjoy being around some kids since we will have been on the boat for two weeks prior to the SNR

I wouldn't swim in the creek, especially after a hard rain and/or with any open wounds...although I see people swimming often at the public beach nearby. Unfortunately, I think there is a sewage plant nearby .
Here is a link to the AA County Health Department water test results: Anne Arundel County Department of Health - Anne Arundel County Recreational Water Advisories/Closings

So what to bring for food? The suckling pig is out...damn it! I'm thinking I will marinate some shrimp and we'll throw them on the bar b...they should stay frozen for two weeks and I'll toss together a grilled vegetable & pasta salad with some feta and pine-nuts or something...sound okay?

How many people we talking now? Roughly 30 or so?
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Sounds great Shaun. Whatever you bring will be good. I am sure you have some good stories of your sorie south We will probably get about the same number as came to the last one we held. Some will drop at the last moement and some will come on the spur of a moment. Pasta sounds great. Make it a meatless one as I rememeber Eryka I thing is a vegetarian and brought great stuff last time too. Hey even if you didnt bring food your families company is good enough. Hopefully we get good participation and some people get to put faces to some of the screennames here. I sae Mike (Rythm) and his wife from afar this weekend. I met nmk over in Harbor Haven when we took our boat over there to have it worked on. Two years ago when we had the rondevous at MYC who can forget Craig2 and his singing ballads (whatever becane of him) and his new white pristine mainsail, or Jeff jumping on his Farr and sailing away from the dock no engine. We did have some fun and hope to make some new friends this year as well as see old ones. Our friends from the Delaware bay like Denise and rythymdoctor are welcome.

Directions by land are simple:

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From the North/ South- I95 to Route 100 East. 100 East to Magothy Bridge Road and make a left ( approx 7 miles). Down to ther light at Fort Smallwood Road and make a right. approx 5 miles on ft Smallwood Road and then left at Fairview Beach Road. MYC is at the end of the road (easier ways like the Key bridge, but this is the simplest)

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Anyone who wants to come by sea or land (or even air) is definately welcome,
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Attending:
  1. chef2sail x 2
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  4. JRP ?
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I count around 20 +-, who did I miss?
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So sorry I'm going to have too miss this again, but my daughter has commitments that I need to attend.

Hopefully there will be a boat show meet up, or a late summer/fall meet up that we can attend.
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Oh, urmh, maybe I have missed it somewhere, but I can't find it...what time???? Are we talking about bringing food for lunch? Or dinner? Also, I am a vegetarian also (but my husband and son are not).

Also, it is just the three of us: me, husband, and child.
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5-6 PM> Water directions will follow. There are slips available at 1.50 a foot (a steal) If you want electric its $10. Pool and showers with the slip if you are there early enough or stay some on Sunday Bring hors devores, dish...dessert....whatever for 15-20. I am supplying burgers, dogs, buns, charcoal, covered pavillion and grills, picnic tables for 100 people. Chef is bringing pasta salad and maybe more. Bring your own drinks. Looks like at least three couples with kids. There is a playground. Good view of the Patapsco and Chesapeake bay. GGreat anchorage area if not taking a slip. Dinghy dock or beach . Animal area also.
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Thanks for the update! I think we might have to come by land...but will talk to my darling husband about this.
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Sorry gang, but it's a no-go for us again. As expected, we have a conflict with other shoreside commitments.

Have fun everyone, and take some photos!
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