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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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QUOTE=TakeFive;2051554202]Now I'm confused. You said not too much debris yesterday, and now lots of logs. What is the current state? I'm trying to decide where to head on Saturday, and will be cutting it close on getting in before dark, so logs are a show stopper. I know there are never guarantees, but I'm looking for any local info I can.[/QUOTE]



Rick remenber his marina is virtually on the Susquehanna a couple miles from the dam. I wouldnt head north of Rock Hall .just in case Gary rolled a couple of logs downstream at us😀😀😀🌪🌪🌪😈😈😈😈

Last weekend we passed you and also sailed all around the Severn and never saw anything except a little bit of coffee colored water above the Bay Bridge. Below it was beautiful as was the Chester.

I doubt you see anything.

Tis the season the cruisers from the north are passing through also. Starts usually Labor Day....peaks during the boat show...lots of Canadian flags in the anchorages. Hopefully they have a great time here.


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