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Gaye Slaughter Currier
  • Female
  • Roxboro, NC
  • United States
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Deltaville, VA
About Me:
Love to sail on the Chesapeake Bay on the weekends. Also enjoy fishing while sailing. Currently working during the week in the OR at Duke University Medical Center.
Destinations visited:
Great Wicomico River, Reedville, VA, Solomons Island, MD, Baltimore, MD - Inner Harbor, Annapolis, MD., Urbanna, VA, York River, Patapsco River, Fort McHenry, Pungoteague Creek, St. Mary's, MD
Looking to:
Cruise the Great Loop. Also after my husband hopefully retires in 2012, I would like to start travel nursing and live aboard our Beneteau 473.

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At 7:11pm on April 14, 2011, Larry Wilson said…

Gaye,

Saw you out on the water Saturday the 9th of April. You were coming back in, we were headed out. Hope you had a good day on the water.

At 9:19pm on June 22, 2009, carl jackson said…
Was out Sunday of Urbanna.Was it great.just the jib but had to shorten that.
At 6:10am on June 18, 2009, LOLA said…
I hope you post the puppy in PET GROUP
At 6:27pm on April 6, 2009, Terri said…
Beautiful pictures and lovely music...love the string's in the Tolk piece!!!! Terri
At 12:09pm on February 6, 2009, Roger said…
I love Marathon Key! It's been years, but we stayed at this little dive of a hotel which looked out on a beautiful tree lined little cove. We swam with one eye looking out for gators. Have a great time!
Roger
At 10:51am on February 6, 2009, Roger said…
Hey Gaye...
This is a fun site. Love all the pictures. I just got a new camera for Christmas and hope to take some much better picture in the coming season. Thanks for the welcome! Roger
At 6:07pm on January 11, 2009, Jeff Matthiae said…
Hi Gaye,

Sounds like a good idea. Figure out a weekend that works for all of you before March and let me know. Once March comes I'll be gearing up for the big haulout.

Later,
Jeff
At 7:08pm on January 4, 2009, Rick Rountree said…
Gaye,

Happy New Year. Bet that was great fun on Glenn's new boat. Supposed to be a true blue-water boat...bet it's something. Has he sold his Hunter (no, I'm not in the market). Hope to see or talk with you some time early in this new year. Have you winterized or are you getting up there fairly often?

Take care,

Rick
At 9:44am on December 4, 2008, William said…
she is a pretty sailboat i've got a 30 catalina that i do enjoy sailing on the west side of florida
At 3:37pm on October 21, 2008, Larry Wilson said…
Gaye,
They close the roads into town on Friday morning, and have parking on the outskirts. I think it's closer to walk in from the Rosegill side. They open the road back up late Saturday or early Sunday morning. Not sure which. I'm sure with the fuel prices the crowds will smaller both by road and water. There was plenty of room to anchor last year. Let me know if you're going, and I'll forward my cell phone number. I can dinghy you over from my dock, or pick you up in town and bring you over for whatever dock party they may be having.
Larry
 
 
 

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