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      Christina Older

      You must RSVP the leaders (Kalindi Dogra, kalindi2 at gmail dot com or Christina Older, christina_older at hotmail dot com) via email to attend.

      SOME RESERVED CAMPING SPOTS AT ASSATEAGUE STATE PARK ARE STILL AVAILABLE!  Please contact Kelly Moylan if interested in the camp reservations.   Additional fees per car are required to enter the Assateague Island National Seashore if we choose to paddle there. Please bring a National Park pass and DE and MD state park passes if you have them.

      The plan is to gather at Loop H of Assateague State Park or Ayers Creek on Friday afternoon for an easy late afternoon paddle, followed by a longer Saturday paddle on the open tidal waters of Sinepuxent Bay. We are also planning an informal potluck dinner Friday night at Loop H of Assateague State Park.  A shorter paddle will happen on Sunday based on paddlers interest.

      The best boat would be a 14′ or longer vessel that is able to track well. A spray skirt is highly recommended as we do encounter chop. The bay is prone to wind, so you need to feel comfortable under these conditions. Please remember that this is coastal paddling and camping in October; you need to be prepared for both warm and cool air/water temperatures. In case of scary high winds, we will shift the paddle to inland venues in the area (Ayers creek, Pocomoke, Trap Pond, etc.)

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