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Old 06-21-2010
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Ahh ok...Donnas favorite place...suprised she hasnt spotted them yet.. Thanks...We are picking up a pack this week. Great ideas for the mushrooms and the potatoes. Try the grilled pineapple idea.

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Just back last night. Very good Rendezvous - thanks Dave and Donna for all your effort. MYC is a great venue for the event. Glad to meet all of the SailNeters.

We left about 10:00 a.m Sunday and sailed out the Patapsco (slowly). The Bay was dead calm so we had to motor to the Bay Bridge . As soon as we got to the south side of the bridge we had 12-15 knots of west wind and sailed to the South River on a reach. Then it was a tack-fest with 4 other boats up the South River in 15-20 knots funneled by the river banks. 21 tacks to Glebe Bay where we anchored Sunday night. Then home to HHN under spinnaker only in 5-6 knots NE today.

Here is a link to the pictures that I took. No captions, but if any cast you in an unfavorable light, just pm me and I'll remove the offending pic.

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Key Lime Pie: drink 4 cin and tonics, then...
8 oz of cream cheese at room temp
14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
1/3 - 1/2 cup of (nellies) key lime juice

beat cream cheese til smooth
blend in milk and lime juice
pour into pie crust and refrigerate at least an hour before serving. on super hot days, i freeze it, then serve.

pie crust: 14 ginger snaps, 1 cup chopped pecans, blend in a processor/blender, then add 1/2 stick of melted butter (salted or un) press into a pie pan then bake at 350 for 10 minutes, cool and fill........njoy.
thanks again for chefs/ms chefs. nice to meet and greet.
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Sorry I didn't follow up sooner; some family events have cut my online time lately.

Anyhow, we really enjoyed meeting you guys! Loved the boat tours, also. Thanks again for clean dry clothes after my son got soaked exploring that lovely beach.

We sailed up to Rock Hall on the third to watch the firework. It would have been even nicer if there had been some other sailnetters there to hang with!
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