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heading north (home) this weekend

Hopefully my boat is really ready to go this time. We should be heading out of Knapps Narrows this friday 7/23.

Hope to make Annapolis friday night, then rock hall saturday then worten sunday then bohemia river monday.

Of course forecast is 90+ and chance scattered thunderstorms.
If you are out this weekend give us a shout.

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Cool, I missed where else you have been? If we go out this weekend it wouldn't be till Sunday for a day trip but if we see you we'll shout!


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We got home yesterday. On friday we got into annapolis by 3 but it was too hot to do anything but hang around in A/C stored until the sun went down. We skipped rock hall and pushed to worten creek on saturday. That was an active day on the radio. A boat sunk off luff point. Then a body was found under the bay bridge (about an hour after we passed under it). Then later a boat burned completely. Around pooles island the wind died and I started to regret to decision to push to worten but then we each took a turn going up on the upper deck and throwing a bucket of water over our head and we went swimming a couple of hours outside worten creek. Got up at 5 to beat the storm home yesterday. Helen vows not to step on the boat unless the temperature is in the 80s.

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...Helen vows not to step on the boat unless the temperature is in the 80s.
ekenna,

We are in complete agreement with Helen on this one!

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ekenna,

We are in complete agreement with Helen on this one!
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If the temps don't break, you'll see me in September.

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