Raft up on The Chesapeake Bay

The Second Annual ASA-Mid-Atlantic Chapter Raft Up
August 21, 2010

The raft will form near the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on the Miles River,
St. Michaels Maryland.

We would love to have as many schooners as possible but all of our boating friends are welcome to join the raft.

Boats will begin to arrive on Friday night. Non- boating guests are invited to arrive on Saturday. Dinghies will be available to shuttle guests to the raft. Please make arrangements in advance of your arrival to have someone meet you on shore.

Please come prepared to swim.

You may want to bring food and drink for yourself and/or to share with others.

No overnight accommodations are available at this time.

To arrange for a shuttle call:
Commodore Roger Worthington
301-606-2203

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Raft Up

Do we have a contingent making to St. Mike's this Saturday? I am a new member and I am considering how to pull off joining you. It will take a little effort since I have a new born. Best Regards,

Todd

Raft up on The Chesapeake Bay again?

Are we doing this again? When?

Greg DeCowsky

The City That Launched A Thousand Ships

Greg, was it you that sent me an inquirey about the book? I have sighed copys available if you would like one. Did not make the pyrat bash on the Christiana as we were having a ParretHead Benifit here in Lewes. Safe Harbor Cap'n Rick

The City That Launched A Thousand Ships

Yes, that was me. Sure, I would like a signed copy.

Our group (Recreating History) was at the Wilm. Pirate Day - we had the tent in the shade closest to the beer vendor. I had a good time but am still experiencing impaired hearing in one ear from firing the cannon.

Greg

Book

Greg , if I don't see you at the gathering in August, I will catch up with you At the small boat fest Oct 1st in St. Michaels. Perhaps this year the tent won't blow down, it won't be so damp and cold, and people will be more into a song or two!

Power tools, bar clamps/planers table saw

A good friend has passed/retired Philadelphia policeman with a contracting business on the side. His wife has entrusted me to dispose of his large collection of tools/ table saw/ mitere saw/ planers
with a lot of nuts bolts/galvanized nails etc.
If any restoration group or schooner group are interested please contact Cap'n Rick at sailorsprayer@gmail.com would prefer to donate to someone in the schooner comunity in memory of Cap'n Lane Briggs