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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

Donna,

Glad to hear your new engine is working well. Maybe just some crud on the depth sensor. The winds picked upi pretty well on Monday and ended up at 12-15 for our ride across the Bay from the Chester. We were averaging 6.2-6.8 on a nice broad reach and my Donna had the helm alll the way across allowwing me to take a rare afternoon nap in the cockpit.

See you guys soon ( with your devilsh eggs. I will give more info on how to contact the dockmaster after this weekend.

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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

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Jeff, I dock in MillCreek at a private dock on Mulberry Hill Rd. We'll probably anchor just for the breeze. If you see The Office on the hook give me a shout
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That is very very funny because I dock in Mill Creek at a private dock on Mulberry Hill Rd. I will PM you. We must be neighbors.

(Yup, turns out I can see your boat from my living room window.)

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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

We went from the Magothy to Annapolis on Sunday and actually got a slip in Ego Alley. There were a few open slips all night. Really fun day!
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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

Memorial Day Weekend is one of those times when I have to work. I really wished I could have gone sailing, the boat went in the water last Wednesday, and my next day off is Friday. If everything on the boat is working, I may have to take a few days off and head south to Dave and Donna's neighborhoods. I have to go back to work on the 5th and 6th, then heading south again for the rendezvous. Sure hope the weather cooperates.

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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

Gary,

We head north a lot, especially this time of year and in the fall. We especially like Worton Creek, both inside and outside, and Still Pond. Both are with a 25 mile sail for us.
Sassafrass is great when we get an earlier start.

We have only done Havre de Grace once, neat little town, but the long way inj drove us crazy...somewhat.

Your trip down here should take close to 6 hours or so.

Hope your shakedown goes well. and your new panel works well.

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Re: Gunkhol'n on the Chessy-Memorial weekend

I'm above Havre de Grace by about a mile, just north of the Amtrac Railroad Bridge in Perryville. The last time I sailed to the mouth of the Patapsco it took most of a day. I'll be leaving on the 7th, make a couple stops on the way, and with luck arrive early on the 9th.

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