A public event was not planned in our area, so I took the opportunity to put my Snipe, Curly Mermaid, in Cinco Bayou---part of the backwater system of the Choctawhatchee Bay. My friend, Joel D., and I, put in at the Cinco Bayou ramp and sailed on the bayou for a couple of hours!
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