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Christopher Carroll

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  1. Hi Janet: I live in Ipswich, and know the Castle Neck River well, so I think it will be a fun trip. Please let me know if a spot opens up. If not, since I have access to Fox Creek, please let me know whether you will be breaking for lunch on Choate Island, as I might paddle over from my in-laws on Argilla Rd to join the group for the sheltered portion of the trip. Chris Carroll
  2. Hi Joe: I am planning on attending, please count me in. Chris
  3. OK, I understand, please let me know if space becomes available, Chris
  4. I am looking forward to attending, and picked-up a tow belt in the hope of practice.
  5. Now that this trip is on Sunday, I am looking forward to joining the paddle. See you tomorrow at Lynch Park, ready to paddle by 9:30am.
  6. I have all necessary gear, and look forward to it. As this will be my first time on the ocean this season, I am looking mainly for time in the boat to shake off the rust. A 10:00am beach breifing sounds like a good start to the plan. The viability of destination options should come into focus on Thursday when the weather predictions are 48 hours out.
  7. Looking forward to Saturday night. I will bring brownies, likely frosted.
  8. The following info comes from the Nov ’18 issue of The Waterline, the monthly online publication of the Harbormaster in Manchester, MA. Bowditch Ledge Sometime over the last week the Bowditch Ledge stone marker just West of Baker’s Island collapsed. The USCG has been notified and a buoy will be placed to mark the hazard. Our boating season is over but repair or replacement is unlikely before the next boating season begins. The ledge was named after the father of Nathaniel Bowditch author of “The American Practical Navigator” after he wrecked his ship on the ledge. - (source: The Waterline, November 2018)
  9. Menu looks good. I vote Red Heat Tavern at 1:30pm.
  10. .....unless of course A & B Burger is closed on Monday (note to self, keep up with the flow of messages).
  11. Previuosly, A&B burger was a great choice after the paddle. Due to the weather condiition expected on New Years Day, it is an even better choice instead of the paddle. Chris
  12. It may sound like a cliche T-shirt slogan, but New Years Day kayaking could prove to be the best Monday morning of 2018, weather permitting.
  13. I look forward to it, and sorry that I am not able to do both.
  14. Hi Yingjie: I am glad that you are able to take my place, and that a spot is not just sitting idle. Enjoy!
  15. If someone wants to take my place at the pool session tomorrow please do so. Bad weather has delayed the scheduled arrival of my new boat today. No need to pay me for the pool session, but consider a donation to NSPN instead.
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