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Old 06-27-2020, 10:50 PM   #21
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6' 2" draft? Willy? LOL
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Old 06-29-2020, 12:37 PM   #22
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If you don't want to hear music blasting from all the wakeboard boats, I would stay away on sunny weekends. You could go to Juanita (which used to be the party cove) for the day. Much quieter up there. Then putt down to Andrews for the night. Or just go on a crappy weather weekend and you will be fine...
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If you want to go to Andrews bay on a weekend, just wait for crappy weather, which seems to appear with some regularity on weekends. I can see it from my house and the crowds are totally weather dependent. If it rains, it will be empty!
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6' 2" draft? Willy? LOL
Opps .... 3’2”
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If you want to go to Andrews bay on a weekend, just wait for crappy weather, which seems to appear with some regularity on weekends. I can see it from my house and the crowds are totally weather dependent. If it rains, it will be empty!


I don’t mind rain or crappy weather, as long the wind is not strong. It is difficult to do work with scuba gear, when the boat is swinging heavily in both directions. This happened several times, when I anchored at the state park just below Kenmore. Nice place, but when it blows, the boat is dancing a lot. Plus the cops came by everyday and reminded me that the limit is max two nights.
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