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Thursday July 11 Show N Go Station 26 (Marsh side)...
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On Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 11:52 AM R. Michael Condon (mcondon738@att.net) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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Thursday July 11 Show N Go, 10 am, Station 26, Sullivans Island (marsh side).  Water temperature is 85 degrees and low tide is 10:12 am.  Current weather forecast 60% rain so check again before leaving home.   Plan to paddle from the back side of Sullivans Island to front beach and sand bars.  Cool off swim or soak, walk beach or sand bar and enjoy great company.  Recommend 14 ft. kayaks or longer, must wear PFD and have whistle.  Bring water, snack and a smile.  For more information Michael Condon, mcondon738@att.net or phone 843-666-7417.
 
Just checked forecast on Wunderground. Thursday morning forecast now 80% rain.

How about shifting paddle to Fri morning? Weather forecast is bettered.

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Thursday July 11 Show N Go, 10 am, Station 26, Sullivans Island (marsh side).  Water temperature is 85 degrees and low tide is 10:12 am.  Current weather forecast 60% rain so check again before leaving home.   Plan to paddle from the back side of Sullivans Island to front beach and sand bars.  Cool off swim or soak, walk beach or sand bar and enjoy great company.  Recommend 14 ft. kayaks or longer, must wear PFD and have whistle.  Bring water, snack and a smile.  For more information Michael Condon, mcondon738@att.net or phone 843-666-7417.
 
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