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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

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I could contact Red Red Wine Bar, a alumni of our school is the chef there? Its on Main Street in Downtown Annapolis?
Three to four block walk from Conduit St or Market St dinghy docks on Spa Creek. Easy. Parking will be rough during boat show. Walk or dinghy.
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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

After Saturday, Meredith decided that she got her money's worth and I was left with two options: sail solo or just sit at the dock. In the end it was simply far too nice to let an opportunity to sail slip by. Had a great first single hand sail on Cordelia - probably the best conditions since the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend.

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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

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In the past a group has gathered on Friday night hosted by Wingnwing but I think they will be headed south by then?

We could discuss a alternate place but Friday seem to be best for most
We will be at the show Saturday, so that works best for us, but I will leave it up to the larger group for a consensus!
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Fall sailing at its best. We didn't have a plan, with the wind forecast changing we decided to go up the Chester River. The sail across the bay was quick with the bottom just scrubbed yesterday, at least a knot or more gained. We are anchored on the west side of Cacaway island with the entire creek to ourselves. I have never anchored on the west side of the island, before dropping the anchor I did a few circles to check depth...I was surprised how close we could get to the shore with plenty of water, although watch out for a huge rock just below the water on the Northwest side, pretty close to shore. We came upon it in the dingy rowing around the island.

Dinner and sunset we amazing, I will post a pic later. Grilled Mahi Mahi with pineapple salsa, curried zucchini, and sticky rice.

Its 8:30 and the water is like glass...enjoying a Malibu & pineapple for dessert ;-)

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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

Sounds great. Never anchored on the west side of Cacaway either. Look for us after you round the Chester bends . We will be coming through Kent Narrows sometime after 11 I think. We are anchored in Granary Creek on the Wye. So many stars.

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Fall sailing at its best. We didn't have a plan, with the wind forecast changing we decided to go up the Chester River. The sail across the bay was quick with the bottom just scrubbed yesterday, at least a knot or more gained. We are anchored on the west side of Cacaway island with the entire creek to ourselves. I have never anchored on the west side of the island, before dropping the anchor I did a few circles to check depth...I was surprised how close we could get to the shore with plenty of water, although watch out for a huge rock just below the water on the Northwest side, pretty close to shore. We came upon it in the dingy rowing around the island.

Dinner and sunset we amazing, I will post a pic later. Grilled Mahi Mahi with pineapple salsa, curried zucchini, and sticky rice.

Its 8:30 and the water is like glass...enjoying a Malibu & pineapple for dessert ;-)

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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

A couple of pics from the weekend...

Cacaway looking west


Entering Chester, Love Pt. the reflection on then water this time of year is awesome




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I have never anchored on the west side of the[Cacaway] island, before dropping the anchor I did a few circles to check depth...I was surprised how close we could get to the shore with plenty of water, although watch out for a huge rock just below the water on the Northwest side, pretty close to shore.
Interesting..wasn't aware of any "rocks" around Cacaway Island.. In fact don't know of too many rocks in the Chesapeak other than 'White Rocks' in the Patapsco River and one some Navy Captain found with his distroyer near Old Point Comfort light some years back..which by-the-way..running aground is practically a career ender...

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Interesting..wasn't aware of any "rocks" around Cacaway Island.. In fact don't know of too many rocks in the Chesapeak other than 'White Rocks' in the Patapsco River and one some Navy Captain found with his distroyer near Old Point Comfort light some years back..which by-the-way..running aground is practically a career ender...

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It hit with the paddle and it sure felt like rock, perhaps it was petrified wood? IDK but what ever it was I wouldn't want to hit it This was pretty close to shore, about 50' or less near the northwest shore, visible at low tide. Not a place I would expect a sailboat to be but it would certainly ruin a outboard/prop if you were going ashore in dink.
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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

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Had a relaxing sail this past Sunday and an even more relaxing time just hanging out at the dock.

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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

I sailed to multiple locations this weekend, with friends. It resulted in a circumnavigation of Kent Island. Much alco-beverages and good food were consumed.

Winds were light to non-existant Friday and Saturday. Sunday was awesome.

My GPS logs show that I have sailed a total of 650 miles this summer. I still have a month or so to add to that.
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