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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

Like I said I like the Keys. I hope in a couple of years when we are retired we will take the trip a couple of times at least by boat and explore the Bahamas, Abacos, Exumas. I am satisfied to charter in the Islands.

We probably will retire someplace on/ near the Chesapeake. Eastern Shore, Northern neck of Virginia, down to Yorktiwn area. We enjoy the birds that migrate, the moderate spring and fall temperatures, occasionally a snow sighting. And of course the changes in the leaves found in hardwood trees. We get that here,,,,even if we aren't the Capital of the Sailing world . ( I alwayss thought Newport was BTW)


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