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  1. mhabich

    Solstice Paddle & Potluck June 23

    Looks like that’s a zone forecast. Point forecast for just outside Children’s/Bakers is 1-2 ft, mostly wind waves. Lots of shelter available, of course.
  2. mhabich

    Solstice Paddle & Potluck June 23

    ...and your Avocet has bulkheads and will be a great boat for the day.
  3. mhabich

    Chebacco Lake Thursday June 21

    Missed last week, so no clue on temp. How is it up there?
  4. mhabich

    Chebacco Lake Thursday June 21

    Rob or I might be able to help with boats and gear. Sizes?
  5. West Marine has black bungee the right size. I got reflective black deck line from Knot and Rope Supply per Gary’s recommendation here a while ago. Good stuff.
  6. mhabich

    Chebacco Lake Thursday June 21

    I’ll be there.
  7. mhabich

    Chebacco lake on Thursday evenings

    I’m up in Maine this week, but will be back next week as usual. Anyone else?
  8. Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm though the summer. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough in early season, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 16) and head north on the dirt road, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex and avoid the dirt. No entrance fees. No rangers to kick us out at the end of the evening, but the mosquitoes do the job just fine.
  9. mhabich

    Chebacco Lake practice sessions

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    Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 16) and head north on the dirt road, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex and avoid the dirt. No entrance fees. No rangers to kick us out at the end of the evening, but the mosquitoes do the job just fine.
  10. Saturday is good for me, but I have to be back by 4. Sunday is OK all day. Must have ice cream. Or strudel.
  11. mhabich

    do we need to sign up for lake sessions?

    You don’t need to register, but it’s great if we know you’re coming. You can reply to the postings on the trips page as they appear.
  12. I’m going. There’s still space to join us.
  13. mhabich

    Looking to try an Anas Acuta

    Brian, if you look just a couple of posts down you’ll see that Katherine has a really nice Anas Acuta for sale.
  14. mhabich

    Marine GPS App for Android phone?

    Try also SEAiq US. Available for iOS, probably also for Android.
  15. mhabich

    20 yr Anniversary of the first Show & Go

    In the Show & Go spirit, I’ll be there. Unless I’m not.
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