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Re: Indian Creek and Kilmarnock

Been to Reedville 3 times. Two great where we picked up and moved when the wind shifted in the middle of the night as the smell was unbearable.

We are looking for a new experience and place to visit on this trip....was why I inquiring about Kilmarnock.

I appreciate all the replies.

Our itinerary ( not set in stone) is Solomon's.- anchor in Mill Creek ..Prentice Creek.anchor ...Cape Charles -2 nights in a slip.....Yorktown....three nights in a slip and a 35. Dollar a day SUV rental to go to Jamestown and revisit the Maritome Museum with the Monitor in Newport News and also the new Yorktown museum now that it's open. ....Fishing Bay (Pianatank) ..two nights at anchor."....Indian Creek.( Kilmarnock) ..two nights in a slip...Coan River on the Potomac anchor......St Mary's River ...anchor.....Solomon's.....2nights at anchor.....San Domingo Creek...2 nights at anchor ( or one and one at Oxford) then back to the barn. Approx 15-18 days

Plenty of built in extra days. Enough places to pull into a cheap slip ( for air conditioning) should the weather get too hot to be comfortable

The plan is still very flexible with only Cape Charles and Yorktown as givens.

Trip down the Bay is in 45 miles increments for three days then 20-25 jaunts each leg after.

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Re: Indian Creek and Kilmarnock

Sounds like a great trip. Enjoy!


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