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Show N Go, Thursday Jul 25 Paradise Landing to Cat...
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I’ll be there!  Susan

On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 6:36 PM R. Michael Condon (mcondon738@att.net) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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Thursday, Jul 25 Show N Go Round trip from Paradise Landing to Cat Island, 10 am meet and go when ready.  Less than 50% rain as of today but keep checking weather conditions before leaving home.  Low tide about 9:30am.  Paddle will be against slack  incoming current but returning with current.  7 miles round trip.  Plan to look for shark teeth, swim and relax on beach.   Recommend 14 ft. kayak or longer,  must wear PFD and have whistle, bring snack, water, sun screen and a smile.   Plan to stop for lunch after paddle.   If rained out, possible change to Sewee Cape Romain Visitor Center for free movie and displays which is on Highway 17 North, 4 miles pass turn off to Bulls Bay Landing.  Michael Condon, mcondon738@att.net or Phone 843-666-7417.
 
I’m in. 😎
Forecast for Thursday looks good

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Thursday, Jul 25 Show N Go Round trip from Paradise Landing to Cat Island, 10 am meet and go when ready.  Less than 50% rain as of today but keep checking weather conditions before leaving home.  Low tide about 9:30am.  Paddle will be against slack  incoming current but returning with current.  7 miles round trip.  Plan to look for shark teeth, swim and relax on beach.   Recommend 14 ft. kayak or longer,  must wear PFD and have whistle, bring snack, water, sun screen and a smile.   Plan to stop for lunch after paddle.   If rained out, possible change to Sewee Cape Romain Visitor Center for free movie and displays which is on Highway 17 North, 4 miles pass turn off to Bulls Bay Landing.  Michael Condon, mcondon738@att.net or Phone 843-666-7417.
 
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