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FROM BUFFALO
LAUNCH CLUB TO POUGHKEEPSIE YACHT CLUB On 8/02/17
we got a slip at the Buffalo Launch Club (BLC) on Grand Island and stayed for 8
days. The first evening we met Juli’s two cousins, Mary and Sue and their
husbands, Joe and Bill. We had a delicio...
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FROM COBOURG
ONT. TO PORT COLBORNE ONT. On 7/25/17
Dutchess traveled from Cobourg Municipal Marina to Port Whitby Marina. We had a
nice ride in Lake Ontario, with the wind blowing off the land we had almost no
waves. This made Skipper very happy. On 7/26/17...
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FROM SMITH FALLS
TO COBOURG, ONTARIO, CANADA On 7/4/17 We
left Smith Falls for Newboro and stayed on the lower wall of Lock 36. On the way,
we went thru detached Locks 31 and 32, and thru Rideau Lake. We thought it was
deep when we saw depths of 240’ but th...
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MONTREAL to SMITH FALLS
We stayed 12
days at St Lambert but only were charged for 10 total cost $440.00. We had a
nice long rest here particularly trying to rest my left knee and it got better.
Paul took us on a day trip around Montreal in his car and he also joined us for
a bus t...
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We stayed
two days at Chipman Point Marina because of the predicted high winds on May 25.
Of course neither the winds nor the rain materialized and we felt sort of
cheated by the Weather Bureau, but found out later that Burlington did get the
weather which ...
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POUGHKEEPSIE TO LAKE CHAMPLAIN
We stayed at
the Poughkeepsie Yacht Club April 30 through May 17. The sails and mast were
removed in preparation for our upcoming travels under low bridges, through locks,
and narrow canals.  Thanks to help from
club members, the mast was safely stored in t...
POUGHKEEPSIE TO LAKE CHAMPLAIN
POUGHKEEPSIE TO LAKE CHAMPLAIN
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Despite the
chilly, rainy, foggy weather Apr. 23-27, we did some exploring of Atlantic City
and enjoyed a wonderful dinner at the Chart House.  John and Paul walked the Boardwalk on a very
rainy day while Juli got soaked to the skin and frozen while walking...
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We left for Delaware City on April 19. We entered the
Chesapeake/Delaware Canal at 1140 hrs. Cloudy, light wind and chilly – no sailing
on the canal. Turned up the Delaware River to go to Delaware City Marina. Tied
to the dock on starboard and using the cur...
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Testing sails for Dutchess - 007 at Severn Yacht Center in Hayes, VA prior to leaving on the trip to Canada. We left Solomon on April 16  and enjoyed warm temps and calm seas as we traveled to Annapolis,MD.  The first night we attached to a mooring buoy - t...
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We traveled from Hayes, VA to Tangier Island, VA on 4/12/17. Waters were calm and no wind so we were on the engine all the way.  We arrived at Parks Marina around 4 pm.  Parks is a very basic marina with no amenities other than restrooms which were not yet ...
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