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  1. sorry I can't be there after all. Liz
  2. my boat is down on my rocks, so I may be paddling around just then and see you on the water. Liz
  3. Rats. I had the time wrong. I'll miss it. Liz
  4. BTW, if you are 62+ you can get a Senior Lifetime pass for $80: America The Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass That is good for parking at Odiorne so you only pay the $1 processing charge when you reserve. You can get one at the entrance to Plum Island. Liz
  5. what Karen said. I'm booking my parking reservation on the assumption I'll be with you! Liz
  6. I completely forgot that they had changed the date! Anyone want to watch it on August 7? Liz
  7. Would anyone like to join me to watch the Blackburn this Saturday? There are a number of good viewing spots to choose from. Liz
  8. Well, I actually don't know the address of the boat ramp, but is across the street from the restaurant, Yella on the Water, 25 Western Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930. current marine forecast looks good: Today SE wind 7 to 12 kt. Sunny. Seas 1 to 2 ft. Tonight SE wind 6 to 11 kt becoming E after midnight. A chance of showers, mainly after midnight. Seas around 2 ft.
  9. Sunset at 8:24 PM Moonrise at 8:48 PM low tide 5:22 PM hi tide11:38 PM Having done this many times, my favorite viewing is to launch from the Greasy Pole (Stacy BLVD ramp on Gloucester Harbor), paddle out the west side of the harbor to Magnolia/Kettle Island for a brief stop near low tide, watch the moon rise over the water and light the way back. Unload boats at the boat ramp and park on the BLVD - be mindfull of the signs as some spaces have time limits. If it is too windy for that route, an alternative is to paddle out the commercial side of Gloucester Harbor, land at the beach just before Dogbar breakwater, and walk up onto the breakwater to watch the moonrise. Butts in boat: 7 PM Off the water: 10 PM+ depending on the route Lighting requirements: you must have a white light accessible and ready to shine at a vessel for safety. Anyone with a light on a post at the stern gets to be the sweep because those lights blind everyone else. Bring a headlamp and warm clothes, especially for Dogbar. If you have never paddled at night, you are missing out! Liz
  10. I'm not going to make it for this trip. Have fun. Liz
  11. Maybe go up Friday evening and camp somewhere? 4th weekend traffic is likely to be awful. LIz
  12. I could do Saturday, 7/3. Liz
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