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Had a great day on the bay! Don't go there, ha, ha. Left out of Pax. river, crossed the bay, and back, good wind, sun, and plenty of company,(other boats). I hope I waved to one of you.
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We sailed from the Herring Bay 1, around Sharps Island Light and back, so we looked down your way. Saturday was one of those days where its great to be a sailor.
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T37 Chef, Thanks. Chef2sail, Yes, MLS, Yes. The boat looks like crap, but I had soooooooooo, much fun! I will keep looking and waveing to you all. Dave.
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I was there. Came out of West Basin Marina about 1:00 pm on Saturday, and returned around 6:30 - 7:00. But I certainly didn't get across the bay, only to about Cedar Point. That's the problem when you're still learning.
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I thought it would be a great day but did not get on the water in Whitehurst until 11:30. When I got past Gibson Island the wind just died for the next 4 hours. Went back and ate diner in Annapolis. Still searching for a great wind day this season.
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Saturday was a beautiful day indeed in the Lower Chesapeake. Participants of the Leukemia Cup Regatta of Stingray Point (Deltaville, Virginia) could not have asked for better conditions.




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I'm hoping tomorrow will shape up with 9kts predicted
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