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08-23-2010 08:41 PM
harbin2 I'm out of Middle River. Some favorites are:
Grays Inn Creek off the Chester
West fork of Langford off the Chester
Dymer Creek just north of Windmill Pt.
Sommers Cove, Crisfield
Turner Creek NE of St. Michaels
Lloyd Creek off the Wye River
E. of Ordinary Pt. on the Sassafras
W. of Cherry Island on the Little Choptank

Bucket list includes:
Several creeks N. of Cambridge on the Choptank and Little Choptank
Patomac River - to DC
Deltaville
Southern Bay
08-11-2010 08:36 PM
jim7289 BTW...anyone going to be on Swan Crk. fri. night?....maybe we can have a beer....
Jim
08-11-2010 08:32 PM
jim7289 Want to add my $0.02 to the Bucket List. I am new to sailnet and would like to mention a couple of nice anchorages just outside of Annapolis.
I have been sailing the nothern Bay on bareboat charters for the past ten years and have been introduced to some fabulous anchorages in this area. Two that are only minutes from Annapolis are Whitehall and Mill Crks.
Coming south on the 'Bay' just under the twin briges on the starboard (rgt.) are two perfect anchorage creeks, Whitehall Crk. andMill Crk. Both are well marked and plenty of water. If you choose Mill Crk. you willl find Cantlers Resturaunt part the way up the creek. Check their website for exact location and docking facility. The crabcakes are perfection.

I have recently partnered in a 27' tiller steered sloop on Middle rvr. MD. My partner and I were going to overnight to Swan Crk. (nr. Rock Hall) but he has to work so I am going solo...my first solo on the boat. I'm sure I can handle it even W/O self tailing or auto tiller. I am going to buy auto inflating life vast tomorrow.......we'll see.
08-10-2010 11:29 PM
mccary
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Maybe its obvious but for a bucket list I'd add getting a photo of your boat under sail with the iconic Thomas Point Light, or Bay Bridge, in the background.
For those who might have missed the thread, a group of Bay sailors are in the process of making up a SailNet Photo Op on the Severn... check it out if you haven't seen it and get on the list.
08-10-2010 11:48 AM
lancelot9898
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Just completed a self imposed 'List'..10,000+ miles on a motorcycle to Alaska and back via the Alaska Inner Passage Ferry System.most recommended!!

Regards,

Clay
Kimberton,Pa.
Welcome back Clay! When in college I rode my Honda Super Hawk a grand total of 180 miles from W Lafayette to Dayton and though I'ld made a major trip.

On the bucket list I would recommend a stop near Solomons. There's a creek(Mill Creek, the one past the highway bridge and opposide Cuckold Creek) where you can anchor and dinghy ashore to a park with three miles of trails though the woods. I've anchored there and jogged the trail in the early morning hours and have seen a half of dozen deer on some mornings.

Also a stop at St Mary's college to visit the historic site there. Kinda like a mini Williamsburg.
08-10-2010 11:44 AM
wwilson
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I consider Chesapeake bay is my back yard. I take it for granted. My bucket list has to be in a place that I can see my toes when I standing in water
rock,

I hear what you say, but still sad. The day will come I'll bet when your "back yard' is a favorite part of the bucket list and maybe, by or before then, you will be able to see your toes when standing in it.
08-10-2010 11:29 AM
eryka Maybe its obvious but for a bucket list I'd add getting a photo of your boat under sail with the iconic Thomas Point Light, or Bay Bridge, in the background.
08-10-2010 11:27 AM
eryka If you're putting Annapolis on your list, be sure to include a visit to the Naval Academy museum at Preble Hall (a must for military history and phenomenal ship models). In addition to what others have indicated, I'd include Langford (sp?) Creek on the Eastern shore, and explore all the way up by dinghy. I'm also really fond of Deltaville, VA, just a nice small town. Love St Michaels (anchor on the back side, Sn Domingo Creek, and walk the 3 blocks into town to avoid the chaos in the main harbor) and I hope to spend more time in Solomons. Plaindealing Creek near Oxford.

We really enjoyed the Dismal Swamp Canal ... but we draw <5 feet. We didn't bump bottom, but did knock some small tree branches into the cockpit.
08-10-2010 12:24 AM
deniseO30 1,Navy cadets so polite and gentlemanly greeting young (and old) ladies sitting around on a Sunday afternoon at ego alley or strolling around Annapolis.

2,ego alley,
08-09-2010 11:18 PM
mccary
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...Joe speaking of big Rick Fish, I got a shallow water warning a couple of times going into the Eastern Bay (8' in 30') on Saturday - suppose I sailed over a school of Rock Fish (heck I don't know, do they school or flock?) They're safe from me in any case, he'd have to jump into the boat, grab a knife and filet himself before I'd know what to do with him.
I have the MD $50 boat fishing permit, but like you, when I put a line in the water fish jump in other boats. But I do take out family members a few times a year for fishing trips. One year we caught about 50 fish in a half day, but not a single rock.
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