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I am getting married on June 20th so that weekend is out.
Hey, what kind of sailor are you? Get the rules laid down from the start... come to the rendezvous and then later to the wedding OR better yet, wedding first hop on the boat bolt to the rendezvous and PARTY! We can make this a special date for you. I have never been named in a divorce suit before...

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Now there is an idea! Think of the money we would save....We wouldn't even have to send out invitations.

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Congratulations Jeff... you have a good reason for not attending the raft up if it should happen that weekend at least.

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This is sounding really interesting. I am getting married on June 20th so that weekend is out. If I am thinking of the right spot, Ponder Cove and the like tend to be too narrow an area with enough draft for for a big raft up to safely swing.

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May I suggerst....

...Marshy Creek..just south of Kent Narrows..and the use of ..

Horsehead Farm Wildlife Sanctuary (in Queen Anne's County, MD)

...easy access via both road and boat( has dock) and pavilion..very protected in a blow..
..easy access to local marinas, motels and restaurants..but far enough to be in a quiet area..

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I doesn't look like a there is a firm date or place yet so I'll keep an eye on the thread. The later its scheduled the more likely I am to be able to make it, since I'm still in the "how am i gonna" stages of planning to move our boat north from Deltaville.

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This is sounding really interesting. I am getting married on June 20th so that weekend is out.
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You're a good bloke JH....we wish you both nowt but happiness.

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Wow Jeff...big congrats in order.

Hope she shares your passion for sailing.

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well talk about thread drift, congrats jeff, but dont you know a 100 lb anchor and a few feet of chain would be cheaper and less restrictive.
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not as warm and friendly though...
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well talk about thread drift, congrats jeff, but dont you know a 100 lb anchor and a few feet of chain would be cheaper and less restrictive.

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well talk about thread drift, congrats jeff, but dont you know a 100 lb anchor and a few feet of chain would be cheaper and less restrictive.
I cant wait to see what happens to you when your soon to be wife sees that LOL

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