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post #164 of Old 03-02-2018
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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

I see insurance rates going up even more this year.

One thing jumps out at me on that picture. I see boat stands on gravel, but no sign that there were plywood pads underneath. If so, that's asking for trouble. I do hope that they're not the boats of any of our friends here. And regardless, I hope they are fully insured.

Meanwhile, I'm stuck in Milwaukee. First time in my life I've ever had a flight canceled. And after flying out of Milwaukee for 6 months, the fact that it's because of bad winter weather in Philadelphia is an irony I can't let go of.

I hope you're all safe. My family is stuck in Swarthmore with power out, and projected to be out until 10 pm Sunday.

Rick S., Swarthmore, PA
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