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Re: The ICW - Single Handed - Well, Almost!

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Yeah, looks like a serious SN party/cookoff/gathering in the Chesapeake is in the works for next summer.

And its starting to look like a SN flotilla southbound next autumn as well.
Oh Boy... won't that be a sight!

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Maybe we could incorporate the cookoff at the annual Rondevous the second weekend of June at MYC. We have slips ( Cheap), anchorage area, good transportation from land, covered pavillion with picnic table and seating for 150 and 6 grills already on site.

Wing...You are right....I wont participate as that might be a tad unfair...of course I would get judged more critically than others because of what I used to do. Tell you what...I would be willing to organize the cookoff and get the marketbaskets together.

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I'm still at the boat yard awaiting the installation of a water pump. This should happen in the next few hours, then they're probably going to kick me out of here, which is OK. I'll motor a short distance down Manatee Pocket, gas up, pump out and top off the freshwater tank. Then, with luck, I'll meet up with Mario and Sherry, who arrived yesterday afternoon in a heavy shower, which lasted until late last night.

I still have to get the Cutlass Bearing worked on, but the yards are so busy here that most couldn't get to me until after Thanksgiving. If anyone has any first hand knowledge of how to replace the cutlass bearing on a Morgan 33 O.I. I would really like to hear from you. You can reach me on my Cell at 443-616-9402.

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Re: The ICW - Single Handed - Well, Almost!

Chef - I was joking, and absolutely we want you to be a particpant - only way to guarantee that there will be at least one offering fit to eat
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Chef - I was joking, and absolutely we want you to be a particpant - only way to guarantee that there will be at least one offering fit to eat
What?? He knows how to cook? Next thing you know, you'll tell me he knows how to grill (the next level over cooking... like going from Little League to Pro Baseball). This I gotta see!!

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What?? He knows how to cook? Next thing you know, you'll tell me he knows how to grill (the next level over cooking... like going from Little League to Pro Baseball). This I gotta see!!-Cruisingdad
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Brian,

I will bring my knives along for you to use also. Just let me make sure my medical kit is up to date.
How did your new knives work out???



Gary,

Of course we want your music. You were a welcome addition to this years Rondevous...a new "twist". Plus we need some great stories from your trip also.

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Re: The ICW - Single Handed - Well, Almost!

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Maybe we could incorporate the cookoff at the annual Rondevous the second weekend of June at MYC. We have slips ( Cheap), anchorage area, good transportation from land, covered pavillion with picnic table and seating for 150 and 6 grills already on site.

Wing...You are right....I wont participate as that might be a tad unfair...of course I would get judged more critically than others because of what I used to do. Tell you what...I would be willing to organize the cookoff and get the marketbaskets together.

Dave
I want in on the cook off Dave... count us in for that for sure.

Gary - been following your thread with interest and awe, excellent stuff! You're living the dream with all the good, great and not so great. Keep up the great work, we look forward to seeing you when you return
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Re: The ICW - Single Handed - Well, Almost!

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Thank you! I really appreciate that. Will not be until next spring/summer. Hopefully see you soon.

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Don't wait for summer - July & August. No wind lots of hot and humid. Spring and early summer are fine, second only to autum. But weather isn't the only reason to go to the Chessapeake!
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I still have to get the Cutlass Bearing worked on, but the yards are so busy here that most couldn't get to me until after Thanksgiving. If anyone has any first hand knowledge of how to replace the cutlass bearing on a Morgan 33 O.I. I would really like to hear from you. You can reach me on my Cell at 443-616-9402.
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At this point in your trip this is the last thing you'll want to undertake on your own. Not that it's hard but it does take some specialized tools to make the job go easy. Try to schedule with a yard somewhere along your travels & let them do it.
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Re: The ICW - Single Handed - Well, Almost!

Misfits,

Belive me, someone that is younger, far more knowledgeable and agile will be doing the cutlass bearing. The crazy part is that all the boat yards are jammed with work down here, snow birds showing up in droves, and they all want their boats yesterday.

Also discovered that everything, especially transient dockage, is expensive here this time of year. Amazing what escaping the cold of winter will do for Florida's economy.

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