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Old 09-10-2007, 09:50   #16
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The weather really was not very pleasent last weekend around noonish.* It was a little on the hot side and it was stuffy.* When the breeze picked up, it was pretty nice, but there were times when we weren't moving at all.* Still, sailing is always fun.*
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Old 09-10-2007, 11:33   #17
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My name is Marie. I looked through your forum, it's very nice and friendly.)) My husband and I purchased a 28' sailboat this summer. We've been working on it and sailing it since July, trying to learn sailing as well as we could. It looks like the season is just getting started, with winds picking up and the weather being so beautiful. We'd like to find some "sailing buddies" in the area of Washington DC/Annapolis/BAltimore. We're docked on the Magothy River, and usually sail out to the Chesapeake and back for practice and fun. We're planning a three-day sailing trip to Hart-Miller possibly soon. If anyone wants to hang out, sail together, etc., please let us know.
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Old 10-10-2007, 08:05   #18
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Sure thing Which one is the Magothy Marina? I'll look it up. I'm just wondering, whether it's the place with the Tiki Bar or not. We're docked at the Spriggs Pond.
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Hi Marie,

I am new to sailing but got my 101 certification. I love to do more practice. I am available next weekend (Oct 26) for a day cruise or something. If you and your husband is cool with that, give me a ping.
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Magothy Marina is the next one up from Ferry Point Marina (the one w/the Tiki Bar). We used to live on Spriggs Pond until '05 when we sold and moved aboard.

You are in a great place to get a bunch of sailing in. It should only take about 5 - 10 minutes to motor out of the cove and put the sails up, and then you are in the widest part of the river, about 2 miles to get to the Bay. Enjoy!
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Old 21-10-2007, 10:58   #22
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Hi Marie,

I am new to sailing but got my 101 certification. I love to do more practice. I am available next weekend (Oct 26) for a day cruise or something. If you and your husband is cool with that, give me a ping.
Hi, I am sorry; we didn't have a chance to answer earlier. Our 6 months old son has fever, so we are staying home this weekend.

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Magothy Marina is the next one up from Ferry Point Marina (the one w/the Tiki Bar). We used to live on Spriggs Pond until '05 when we sold and moved aboard.

You are in a great place to get a bunch of sailing in. It should only take about 5 - 10 minutes to motor out of the cove and put the sails up, and then you are in the widest part of the river, about 2 miles to get to the Bay. Enjoy!
You are right))
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