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Scott Leidig posted 04-05-2004 09:15 PM ET (US)   Profile for Scott Leidig   Send Email to Scott Leidig  
The Chesapeake Bay Boston Whaler Club sponsors this event to recruit Boston Whaler owners to help with swim events we support around the bay.This year we have dealer support from Chesapeake Whalertowne.There will be Give-Aways and Prizes all day.A special Boston Whaler event burgee has been created for this event. Please register at to get your burgee. Teaparty is a fun event for the whole family,music,parade and plenty to see. Overnite accommodations can be found at provide a pavilion,grills to cook on and restrooms. You do not have to be a member of the club,just have a whaler.We welcome new members and console previous owners There are various launching ramps along the Chester river.Let me know if you need a ramp permit they are county controlled. Scott Leidig

kamie posted 04-05-2004 10:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie

prxmid posted 04-07-2004 06:19 PM ET (US)     Profile for prxmid  Send Email to prxmid     
Scott, if I go over by boat and stay overnight at a B B, can you reccomend a marina to get a slip for an 18 Outrage?


Scott Leidig posted 04-07-2004 08:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for Scott Leidig  Send Email to Scott Leidig     
You should try that is the only place that might have slips. Nice place.
dauntlass 18 posted 04-12-2004 04:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for dauntlass 18  Send Email to dauntlass 18     
I spoke with Scott today. He tells me he has plans for the biggest event yet. He also said he is arranging for no rain this year. Don't forget to register to attend and receive
your Boston Whaler event burgee.
kamie posted 04-12-2004 05:42 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
I am going to assume that we don't have to register again if we already did a few months ago?

No rain and some nice sunshine would be welcome.

BOB KEMMLER JR posted 04-23-2004 10:05 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
just curious,are dogs allowed on the premises?
kamie posted 04-23-2004 01:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
The Chestertown Tea Party page suggests leaving them at home but doesn't specifically say they aren't welcome. I guess it depends on your dog. Mine is a spastic nut case so he stays home.
dauntlass 18 posted 04-23-2004 08:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for dauntlass 18  Send Email to dauntlass 18     
Our twelve year old Corgie has always been welcome at Rolphs Wharf Inn&Marina also you will find dogs all over the place in Chestertown.I do see them all on leashes not running loose.
BOB KEMMLER JR posted 04-26-2004 09:57 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
thanks for the info
Mark Gallagher posted 05-03-2004 08:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for Mark Gallagher  Send Email to Mark Gallagher     
I look forward to attending this year. I made about 3 of them but missed the last few to boring things like weddings etc. Glad I can make this year. Lets hope for some great weather.


kgregg posted 05-04-2004 08:01 AM ET (US)     Profile for kgregg  Send Email to kgregg     
If you are spending Sat night (of "Tea Party" weekend) in Chestertown and are not staying on your boat, where are you staying? I am looking for Sat night lodging within walking distance of the River. I could stay at Rolphs Wharf but I've done that a few times and prefer to try something new this time. Thanks for any leads. Kevin
csj posted 05-12-2004 10:02 AM ET (US)     Profile for csj  Send Email to csj     
Scott, can I find out if anyone is launching from sandypoint state park. If so how many ?
Marlin posted 05-13-2004 08:08 AM ET (US)     Profile for Marlin  Send Email to Marlin     
I'm planning to go from Sandy Point in my 160 Dauntless. If the day's very windy, then I might launch on the Eastern Shore instead. The boat rides great, but hey, it's still a little boat...


BOB KEMMLER JR posted 05-13-2004 03:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
So where are the majority of the people meeting and at what time?How do i get a ramp permit also?will Scott have one waiting for people who request them?Is there going to be any new whalers there to test ride?
kamie posted 05-13-2004 08:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     

there were a good number planning to launch from Sandy Point. Should take roughly 1 1/2 hours from there, cross the bay and up the chester river. Time has not been nailed down quite yet.

Scott Leidig posted 05-13-2004 09:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for Scott Leidig  Send Email to Scott Leidig     
Anyone who wants to launch in Queen Annes Co. can pick up a permit at Anglers Sport Center 1456 Whitehall Rd Annapolis MD 21401 410-757-3442 .
Scott Leidig posted 05-13-2004 09:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for Scott Leidig  Send Email to Scott Leidig     
Anglers is about 2 miles before the Bay Bridge beside MacDonalds,Wendys on the right side of Rt 50&301
prxmid posted 05-14-2004 08:18 AM ET (US)     Profile for prxmid  Send Email to prxmid     
I THINK the parade in Chestertown starts at 10. The group probably ought to plan to leave Sandy Point about 7:45 to get there, moored and on shore. Ought to pick a radio channel and coordinate
kamie posted 05-14-2004 10:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
I just checked with Sandy Point. Park fees are $6 per person for us out of state folks ($5 instate) and that covers launching a boat. Park opens at 6am. prxmid, I was thinking of a launch time somewhere in the 7 ~ 7:30 range, only because that gives us some waiting time should folks be late or need to get last minute supplies.
Scott Leidig posted 05-14-2004 07:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for Scott Leidig  Send Email to Scott Leidig     
Everyone should leave SP by 7:30.Use VHF ch 72 I will try to have some cell # later.
Ed Z posted 05-15-2004 03:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Z  Send Email to Ed Z     


I still am planning on the Sandy Point trip to Chesterstown... I agree that 7:30 AM sounds like a good time... That should put us at the tea party around 9:00 AM... I registered at the web site too... I can provide you with my cell # if you want it...


mom posted 05-20-2004 01:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for mom  Send Email to mom     
FYI- so far there are 43 boats registered. The event will be catered; pit beef, BBQ chicken, salads, etc. directions by land are on the website. Looking forward to the 29th!
bmclernon posted 05-24-2004 08:40 AM ET (US)     Profile for bmclernon  Send Email to bmclernon     
Scott, I am planning to attend the event this year. Honestly, I've been meaning to attend for the last several years. Last evening I managed to register with Whalertown's site.

I'll be coming up from Denton, MD Saturday morning. Can you recomend a launch point, I guess I'll need a launch permit also.

Additionally, what do you suggest I need to bring (food, beverage chairs, etc). I spend most of my time in the Choptank and Tred Avon rivers. I am not familiar with the Chester River or facilities.

Looking forward to meeting fellow whalers Saturday.

Mac McLernon
'76 Montauk

Ed Z posted 05-25-2004 05:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Z  Send Email to Ed Z     


Last year I launched at Rolphs ( and found it to be very good... No permit needed and pretty close to the activities (about 3 minutes or so from Chesterstown)... This year I'm hoping we can pull together a carivan from Sandy Point... Haven't heard much further buzz on it lately though...

Can we get a role call on all still planning the Sandy Point trip up to Chesterstown.?? If no ones planning on making the trip, then I'll likely just launch at Rolphs again...


kamie posted 05-25-2004 10:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
Just started a thread for the Sandy Point group on Saturday. Figured we could collect all the info for Scott who probably has his hands full. Add your info to the thread.
csj posted 05-26-2004 07:07 AM ET (US)     Profile for csj  Send Email to csj     
Reference SandyPoint, myself and my brother will be heading down the severn to sandy point with a est. eta of 0730 hrs wed have two 22' revenges.

As for how many will be leaving from Sandypoint, Your guess is as good as mine. You can reach on vhf as "seven sons" #6 or #5

csj posted 05-26-2004 07:08 AM ET (US)     Profile for csj  Send Email to csj     
Reference SandyPoint, myself and my brother will be heading down the severn to sandy point with a est. eta of 0730 hrs wed have two 22' revenges.

As for how many will be leaving from Sandypoint, Your guess is as good as mine. You can reach on vhf as "seven sons" #6 or #5

Ed Z posted 05-26-2004 07:32 AM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Z  Send Email to Ed Z     

Just posted my stats on the thread you started up... See you there,

Yiddil posted 05-26-2004 10:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for Yiddil  Send Email to Yiddil     
Ill be trailering the Nantucket "DasBoat" from St. Clements Island up to my home tomorrow, and will be at SP to launch between 7-7:30am Sat. If you see a Nantucket, its a guy who will probably need help getting her in the water, so come over and give me a hand:))(Bad Back) lack of launching experience:(

I checked about Rolfs...they say on there site they only take two day resevations on holiday you better call to make sure....

I'm planning on a day trip...and will need to head back with whomever does...lets get that part down when we get there:)))

Short of my back giving out getting her up on my trailer, or someother trrrible such thing...Ill be at SP 7-7:30 am

see ya there...Ill update you all after I get home tomorrow:)

Yiddil posted 05-27-2004 04:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for Yiddil  Send Email to Yiddil     
Okay, stage one completed...Trailered the new Nantucket to home this afternoon ....all went well, I sprayed the bunks with some bunk stuff the marina owners ordered for me...and then....put the trailer in, went and got "Das Boat" and ran her right up on the Trailer like Id been doing it for 20 years!!!! Yippie..The foot I cranked her was smooth and not heavey in the back took it well:)))Im so please with my self!!!I had a good teacher in Scott:))So that much is done...the trailering was more strenuous with my back than anything else...76 miles one way, then back...but my healing back held up and thats all that counts!@!!!, see you all at SP SAt early morning 7-7:30am!!!!
BOB KEMMLER JR posted 05-28-2004 09:41 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
I'm leaving Deal island about 7,so i might be there at rolphs a bit early.Looking forward to meeting everyone.I'll be in a 13 with my wife and our two kids(dogs).
Yiddil posted 05-28-2004 06:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for Yiddil  Send Email to Yiddil     
Okay Im ready...heres my new info Scott, Kamie

Yiddil...Henry Przygoda
Boat name "Das Boat"
Cell number..301-254-6061

see ya in the morning:)))))Comin with the Lady

prxmid posted 05-29-2004 09:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for prxmid  Send Email to prxmid     
Many Thanks to Rick, Bart, Scott and Laura for putting on a great BW Rendevous at Chestertown. Over 130 people attended, great food, games for adults and kids, boatloads of giveaways and a spectacular location.

Them Florida boyz is gonna have to come up and see how it's done.

Logged 75 miles on the Whaler, through some tough sledding in the morning but it was worth it.

Chestertown is a beautiful picturesque colonial town, great setting for a destination get together.

Thanks again to Chesapeake Whalertown for putting on a great show.

Yiddil posted 05-29-2004 11:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for Yiddil  Send Email to Yiddil     
Just wanted to say thanks to all the folks at Whalertowne. The get together was wonderful. Like I said before Whalertown a class act. The hospitality was great, the food also. but the best part was meeting some of the nicest people Ive ever met, not to mention supportive, helpful, and down right nice:)
The day started out pretty good, got to SP as expected and Wayne(thanks, gave me an assist getting Das Boat into the water, but the weather report was all wrong as the wind was pretty bad, and the waves were at least three feet, with some higher. The Nantucket held strong, but the pounding was brutal and really hurt my back so that I was laying down on the bow of my boat by 1:30pm to take some of the stress off before shoving off for the return to SP. I was anticipating the worst on the return after the mornings painfull experience. It was so bad by hands got numb out there by the time we got to the mouth of the Chester!:(NASTY STUFF)
I fell back with two boats, actually the same two I left with On the return,(special thanks guys) all was calm until we got a third into the BAy and the winds picked up and again we were slowed and banged around pretty good, but the morning was the worst. Not healing back weather:( Additionally,all the while back I had a beeping going on(warning of some sort) on the CC and still dont know what it was??PSI?Guess Ill call service....funny, so did one of the other boats...weird stuff..but she ran fine...maybe it was tellin me to get the heck off the bay@!!!
You guys that came and went with me were great(special thanks)I really appreciated the company:) It really was a nice outing, but would have been better with some calmer water, WHalertown put ona great get together:)
Marlin posted 05-30-2004 09:24 AM ET (US)     Profile for Marlin  Send Email to Marlin     
Well, the Chestertown Tea Party is history, and it was a good time. Many thanks to Chesapeake Whalertowne and Boston Whaler for hosting such a nice event.

We arrived at Sandy Point right about 7:30, and though there didn't seem to be much organization at that point, it wasn't hard to find a bunch of Whalers milling around. We all headed out into the Chesapeake about 7:45, probably about a dozen boats - Whalertowne's (or BW's?) 320 Outrage and Outrage 18, an Outrage 19, a couple of Revenges, a pair of Nantuckets, a beautiful Nauset and my 160 Dauntless. I saw Kamie's Outrage Evenstar at the ramp, but for whatever reason they didn't seem to make it into the water.

Once out in the bay, it became obvious that the weather forecast for "cooler and breezy" was no lie- winds were right down out of the north, kicking up 2-3 foot chop. Our shouted instructions from the Whalertowne boat was "Follow the yellow boat!" Of course, the yellow boat has 30 feet of waterline, weighs some 11,000 pounds, and has 500 HP on the transom. "Follow the yellow boat" did not turn out to be a viable option for some of us smaller members of the fleet.

We ended up in the back half of the group, trading places with the Revenges and Henry's Nantucket Das Boat while Ed's Nauset Sortie gamely made its way through the chop. Once into the calmer Chester River, Ed made up for lost time and quickly disappeared. Man, that old Bearcat really goes! The trip ran just about exactly 2 hours.

When we arrived in Chestertown we were greated by Scott in colonial garb on board the traditional half-a-Whaler. Most boats anchored and rafted in the river due to very low water at the dock, but we ended up tying up the Dauntless on the pier along with a 17 Dauntless and a few Montauks. Many other Whalers were on hand that hadn't come over from Sandy Point; there had to be 20-30 boats there, and probably more than 100 people.

We were greeted ashore in the Whaler flag-decorated picnic pavillion with t-shirts, mini first aid kits, soda can coolers, and Whaler stickers galore. There were door prizes all day, including some really nice stuff- an ICOM VHF, a couple gallons of Micron bottom paint, and a handheld GPS. Contrary to rumors, I did not hit that anchored Revenge during the golf contest. Close enough to splash it, maybe, but I swear there was no gelcoat damage!

At one point we sat down with some BW engineering guys and chatted about the boats, and filled out a pretty extensive survey. They were very interested in what we liked and didn't like about our boats, and I really felt like we had the opportunity to shape the next generation of boats. As thanks for our time, the factory guys were handing out CDs- holy cow, I recognize that- it's the Tom W. Clark CD!

We wandered about the lovely town, watched the parade, then came back to the Whaler pavillion for a nice catered lunch- barbequed chicken and beef, beans, potato salad, drinks, courtesy of Chesapeake Whalertowne and Boston Whaler. Wow, this is first-class stuff! After lunch we took to the water to watch the scurvy colonial rebel pirate scum board the schooner Sultana and throw her cargo of tea (and her crew) overboard. They then struck the British ensign and hoisted the Stars and Stripes, to much cheering from the crowd ashore and horn-blowing from the many boats in the river.

Around 2:30 we hooked up with Henry on Das Boat and Ed on Sortie for the trip back. Partway down the Chester River in a no-wake zone, my engine alarm went off - water pressure, zero. Uh-oh, this'll take the fun out of the afternoon. I shut down and pulled up the engine, expecting that I'd picked up a bag, but all was clear. Started up again with no problems, but I watched that guage the whole trip back. The really odd thing is that Das Boat had the same problem in exactly the same spot.

Conditions on the bay weren't quite so bad on the return trip, as the wind had backed to the northwest. With the leftover swell from the north, new chop from the northwest, and the wakes of every boat in the mid-Atlantic, I guess you could call the seas "confused". Return trip was 2 hours again, for a total of about 72 miles.

When we got back, Henry was talking about what a rough ride it was on his Nantucket. Compared to my little Dauntless, I thought that boat was running along looking pretty darn sweet. Ed on the Nauset just rolled his eyes ;-). It's all in what you're used to, I guess.

Anyway, I'd like to offer a big thanks to Rick, Scott, and the rest of the Chesapeake Whalertowne crew, as well as to Boston Whaler for putting on a terrific event. Great job! Hope to see many of you again at the Bay Swim.

Golden Daze

Mark Gallagher posted 05-30-2004 11:16 AM ET (US)     Profile for Mark Gallagher  Send Email to Mark Gallagher     
Golden, great summary of a wonderful day.

The weather. other than wind was awesome. 70 degrees and blue skys.

Scott, thank for doing this year after year. This was biggest and best.

I know "you" rent the pavillion. I and others, I'm sure, want to pay you if this was out of your pocket. Maybe next year a 50/50 raffle and that will pay any costs.

I hope Whalertowne promotes it next year. Give aways and food, factory reps there, all exceeded my expectations.

What a nice day: The town fair, weather, people, boats, location. Boy, I'm still tired today.

My family had a awesome day and hope to attend many more.
I remember attending years ago with a small group, still very nice, but this turnout was something else.

We need a link to a photo site or someone do cetecea post.

Looking forward to next year,

17 Dauntless, only one there I think.

Thanks to all who worked to make this a special event!

kamie posted 05-30-2004 12:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
I second the thanks to Chesapeake Whalertowne and Boston Whaler and want to add a thanks to Washington College for the fantastic location. It was a first class event. We did make it to SP and saw the group leaving. At a bit of trouble getting Evenstar off the trailer but got that worked out pretty quick. Once in the water we headed out the bay maybe 20 minutes behind the main group. The waves we a bit higher than I had hoped but as we got into them the results of raising the engine 2 holes became quite obvious, cavitation. So we turned around and headed back to the dock.. Once we got Evenstar back safely on her trailer, we decided to head to Chestertown via the land route.

The spread was fantastic. It was wonderful to finally meet some folks Rick, Bart and Laura and to see Scott again. Also to met Henry and see the folks from CW. I must say though the highlight of the trip was getting a ride in the 320 with twin 250's on the back. What a smooth quiet ride. There were times you could hardly tell the engines were even on, except for the fact she was slowly crusing through the water. Thanks to Doug for taking the helm and taking my partner and I out. Ran us up the Chester river a bit, did a few turns across some chop and then we slowly crused through the boats as we watched the Tea Party. If you are looking for a whaler to cruse in or to head way offshore the 320 should be top of the list. Yes I have 14 footies.

I did clear up one forum question. In talking to Wesley Mitchell, lead designer for BW he indicated they are using the Legend series as intro boats into the other boat lines. The Nantucket is the intro level boat to the Outrage line and the just announced 205 Eastport is designed to be the intro boat into the Conquest line. They have put together a poster for 2004 which shows all the boats and their relationship to each other. All in all a fantastic day.

Suggestion for next year, more organized boat rides.

Ed Z posted 05-30-2004 03:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Z  Send Email to Ed Z     

WHat a fantastic day we had... I had never ventured so far in such ruff seas before... I was glad to have other (much bigger) Whaler folks nearby on the Bay crossing... Sortie proved her true colors (true blue) on the morning crossing... What a fantastic boat design.!!! Dick Fisher (and Pierce) seems to have known what he was doing in the marine engineering department (the boat and the Bearcat)... Thanks also to Marlin, and Yiddil for accompanying me on the return voyage... I enjoyed it much more when I had a couple other Whalers within sight... On the way over in the mornig, I had made the mistake of attempting to keep up with the larger Outrages and half way accross found myself very much behind... I was a bit concerned as I was venturing in unknown waters and did not bring a map of the Chester river either... All in all it was a great time from the begining to the end... Thanks much Rick and Scott (and others) for putting your time, money, and effort into making this event happen... Hope to see you at the Bay swim 12 June...

roger8918 posted 05-30-2004 05:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for roger8918  Send Email to roger8918     
WOW! That was a good time. My thanks go out to everyone who made it possible. I posted a few photos of the event for all to enjoy.

bmclernon posted 05-30-2004 05:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for bmclernon  Send Email to bmclernon     
Mark, I've got approx. 20 pics of yesterday's event. There are a fair number of people pictures, a larger number of boat pics including a particulary striking image of Scott in the half boat. Unfortunately, I did not bother to document each frame. I would be happy to forward them to anybody who is interested in putting together a Cetacea page.

Bravo-Zulu to everyone.

I particulary enjoyed the part in which the evil Brit captain is given the deep-six from the deck of the Sultana. That guy got plus points for 'degree of difficulity' and style.

Mac McLernon
'76 Montauk

kgregg posted 05-30-2004 08:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for kgregg  Send Email to kgregg     
Thank You Rick, Laura, Scott, and the many others from Chesapeake Whalertowne for a first rate Rendevous! It was a wonderful day in a great town! Your hospitality is very generous. It was a day to remember.

See you on the water,
Kevin Gregg
1991 Outrage 19
Columbia MD

dauntlass 18 posted 05-30-2004 09:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for dauntlass 18  Send Email to dauntlass 18     
A hearty thank you to all the goodfolks at Whalertown, the Whaler reps.,and Scott. Ray Crowley,Cochranville,Pa
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Just wanted to say I hope I didn't sound like sour grapes...I really have a great time, except for the early morning Malstrom!!! which was a bit much for my back and not "Das Boat". I gotta say I was especially impressed by Ed's "Sortie" and MArlins 160 Daunt. But Ed's "Sortie" stold the show for me. Thats the "little boat that could". What a capable little boat!!!MArlin's 16 wasn't to shabby either in that malston Sat. morning.Even though the the seas were very confused in the bay on the way back, they were nothing compared to the morning! I was impressed with the "Das Boat", even in that I kicked her back to 3200-3400 and planed all through that confused bay.On the calm water of the CHester, she just purred up the river.

After a few years with this back of mine, I was just concerned about the end result. But Im okay, if not a bit sore so far...again, that bow cusion on "DAs Boat" really came in handy to rest up for the return..Guess Im still getting my sea legs back after the last couple of years, but the Nantucket reassured me each step of the way, and Id never had made the trip in that old Pro-Line fer sure hehe

Sorry I didnt get to see Kamie's baby...nest time...

Ed, Marlin, that beep may have been a warning about oil...Ill check her when I get her back to St Clements Island..Says in the book even after the warning you can go 30 min at full throttle...dont think mine was water pressure Marlin...
Gregg, Marlin, Ed, Kamie and others,I hope youl take me up on ST. Clements soon:))Sorry we missed you gregg on the return:)

Funny thing, its pretty grey today and all I can think about is getting back out there, Malstrom and all:)) hehe

Scott, Liek your costume, but get those legs some sun buddy:)) hehe

Found out "IM NOT A GOLFER" LOL Bart will testify to that!

Confirmed that the Whaler Group, and Whalertown are some of the nicest people Ive ever met:)

Agreed that I must you that caterer when my son graduates from Penn State:) hehe

Thanks again everyone for the great comradery:)It was grand:)

Marlin posted 05-31-2004 11:25 AM ET (US)     Profile for Marlin  Send Email to Marlin     
Hey Henry, I think we got some pretty nice pictures of your boat as we were running down the Chester together. All my shots are on that old-fashioned stuff that needs developing, but when I get them back I'll mail them to you. Email me your address when you get a chance. And no, I didn't mean to suggest you were making sour grapes about the rough ride, I was just ribbin' you a little.


Yiddil posted 06-01-2004 08:22 PM ET (US)     Profile for Yiddil  Send Email to Yiddil     
OOOO Pics of Das Boat!!! Can'yt wait to see um:))) Seems Ive been to busy drivin that Nantucket to stop and take pics, especially in the water:))) Thanks....
Took her up to Whalertowne today for her 20 hour maint., Yippie the forward dodger is in and will be installed....had um look at a few minor issues...there such a class act up there at Whalertowne!!! TG_190 is selling his Nantucket...better grab it someone!!!!@
BOB KEMMLER JR posted 06-02-2004 10:29 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
A hearty thanks to all at wife and i had a great time and i was glad to see plenty of other pooches out there.awesome food,awesome gifts and a chance to meet some first rate people.Thanks to Ray Crowley for letting my wife and dogs ride in the big boat while i bounced around in the 13.Only problem now is,she wants at least a 21 conquest lol

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