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Topic: 2017 Fish & Sail camp and chill  (Read 3333 times)

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I'd love to be in on this in a paddling capacity. Sounds like a blast!
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Can you have bonfire at the campsite? I can see it now, fish on a branch crackling over a nice open flame, as we pass the branch around and pick at it. Yum
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I will bring my new pedal kayak. Or just paddle the old stand by Tarpon 160.
can i demo one of the helix motor drives so i can keep up with the sail guys? lol  kidding.

but i would love to see that new ws pedal drive in action.

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I will bring my new pedal kayak. Or just paddle the old stand by Tarpon 160.
can i demo one of the helix motor drives so i can keep up with the sail guys? lol  kidding.

but i would love to see that new ws pedal drive in action.

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  me too. Looks pretty neat.
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Sounds like fun, I wonder what the max capacity is for the campsite.


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TOMALES BAY
 Tomales Bay boat-in camping is allowed on west side National Park beaches north of Tomales Bay State Park's Indian Beach. These beaches are tidally influenced and generally are small sandy coves backed against steep cliffs. Campers on Tomales Bay beaches must arrive by boat and may not hike, bike, or ride horses to the beaches. Overnight parking for boat-in campers is prohibited within Point Reyes National Seashore (i.e., along the Pierce Point and L Ranch Roads and at the Marshall Beach Trailhead) and Tomales Bay State Park. All waste (including human) must be removed. Disposing of human waste in the bay or onto park beaches is prohibited, so campers must bring portable facilities or limit camping to Marshall Beach and Tomales Beach, where vault toilets and portable toilets, respectively, are available. There is no potable water available. There are seasonal closures on some beaches. Check with the seashore reservation office for updates. Twenty permits are available each day-nine to parties of 1 to 6 people, eight to parties of 7 to 14 people, and three to parties of 15 to 25 people

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Sounds like fun Ariel! :smt001
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TOMALES BAY
 Tomales Bay boat-in camping is allowed on west side National Park beaches north of Tomales Bay State Park's Indian Beach. These beaches are tidally influenced and generally are small sandy coves backed against steep cliffs. Campers on Tomales Bay beaches must arrive by boat and may not hike, bike, or ride horses to the beaches. Overnight parking for boat-in campers is prohibited within Point Reyes National Seashore (i.e., along the Pierce Point and L Ranch Roads and at the Marshall Beach Trailhead) and Tomales Bay State Park. All waste (including human) must be removed. Disposing of human waste in the bay or onto park beaches is prohibited, so campers must bring portable facilities or limit camping to Marshall Beach and Tomales Beach, where vault toilets and portable toilets, respectively, are available. There is no potable water available. There are seasonal closures on some beaches. Check with the seashore reservation office for updates. Twenty permits are available each day-nine to parties of 1 to 6 people, eight to parties of 7 to 14 people, and three to parties of 15 to 25 people

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Thanks for that info steph.
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A chance to learn AI sailing from the experts,Count me and my AI in.  Sounds like a blast. Hopefully scheduled before fire season. Have not been out since May.


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No prob Ariel anytime! Let's just not make this second week of October because that is deer season. :smt044 :smt044 joke joke, if it after though hopefully I will have some venison to bring to the fire :D
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Got to be around June or earlier for crabs n some -low tide for clams.  Sardines macks should be trickling in :smt003
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I'm in! Maybe someone will get lucky and find the ghost of the coast!
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It's about time we do this!  I'm in.