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We had a non-existent sailing season in 2019 and I'm anxious to start 2020. Halcyon is away for the winter but I've begun planning 2020 trips.

Here's hoping we all have a great 2020 on the bay.
I feel exactly the same way! I respect those who brave the winter on the Chesapeake but I won't be joining them. Starting to plan spring startup so that this year I can start early.

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Re: 2020 Sailing on the Chesapeake Bay

Went down to visit Haleakula at the marina as I hadn’t been there since my knee replacement surgery 4 weeks ago.

Was able to walk with a cane down the dock, but Donna had to go aboard to check things out.

Winter cover in place and everything looked great. Inside dry as a bone with only a few drops of rainwater in the bilge.

Paid our slip fees for next year which have not risen in 5 years
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Went down to visit Haleakula at the marina as I hadn’t been there since my knee replacement surgery 4 weeks ago.

Was able to walk with a cane down the dock, but Donna had to go aboard to check things out.

Winter cover in place and everything looked great. Inside dry as a bone with only a few drops of rainwater in the bilge.

Paid our slip fees for next year which have not risen in 5 years
We're headed over to do the same tomorrow and won't have a chance to get back before new years. Hope we find our boat faring as well as Haleakula.
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Had to move my boat from Deale and took the boat farther south to St. Leonard. Still working on the boat.


Some day.... ~sigh~

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Had to move my boat from Deale and took the boat farther south to St. Leonard. Still working on the boat.


Some day.... ~sigh~
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Had to move my boat from Deale and took the boat farther south to St. Leonard. Still working on the boat.


Some day.... ~sigh~
Daniel, you are just a bit north of me.
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Re: 2020 Sailing on the Chesapeake Bay

Unfortunately, my sailing days are over, and the boat was sold just a couple months ago well below the assessed value. How I wish I were on the boat right now and basking in the sunshine of the Dry Tortugas.

Have a fun year, everyone,

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Good to hear from you Gary. You have been in Donna and my thoughts.

The transition I know is tough, but you have so many great memories that many never ever even get a chance to do in their lifetime. Hold on to them...they are priceless. Stay well.


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Unfortunately, my sailing days are over, and the boat was sold just a couple months ago well below the assessed value. How I wish I were on the boat right now and basking in the sunshine of the Dry Tortugas.

Have a fun year, everyone,

Gary
Hi Gary! I hope you come visit more often. You are missed.

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Re: 2020 Sailing on the Chesapeake Bay

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Unfortunately, my sailing days are over, and the boat was sold just a couple months ago well below the assessed value. How I wish I were on the boat right now and basking in the sunshine of the Dry Tortugas.

Have a fun year, everyone,

Gary
I am glad to see that you are still with us on SailNet. May your many memories of times on the water serve as a comfort in these dryer times.

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