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Gene Beley

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Posted - Feb 28 2011 :  02:01:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I was surprised there are no posts in California, so I'll welcome boaters to check out our California Delta, a hidden boaters' wonderland with 1,000 miles of waterways. It doesn't even exist on most automobile type maps. Order a special Delta map from the California Chamber of Commerce on their website. If you come through the Golden Gate Bridge, you can chart your way via Richmond, Benicia, Martinez, and stop for gas at the Pittsburg city marina, and have lunch at Humprhey's first class restaurant in Antioch's small harbor before entering the Delta region. It begins when you go under the Antioch Bridge and extends to Stockton and Sacramento. It is comprised of many rivers and canals. Ocean cargo ships come from all over the world to the Port of Stockton, 80 miles inland from San Francisco, and Sacramento. The Hilton family has long sponsored the 4th of July fireworks that draws hundreds of boaters every year to anchor out around their waterfront home off the Stockton Deep Water Channel-San Joaquin River. There are many resorts like B&W Resort and Windmill Cove, plus restaurants like Moore's Riverboat, Guisti's, Wimpy's, Garlic Brothers and Bob's at the Marina with its sidewalk cafe to hang out and watch the action at Village West Marina in Stockton. There is also a new $22 million marina in downtown Stockton where you can walk to theaters and restaurants that makes you wonder why Fortune named Stockton "the most miserable city in America!" For boaters, it is a boaters' heaven. Try it, you'll like it.

Homeport: Stockton, CA


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Posted - Feb 28 2011 :  18:34:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
LOL Gene, here is the forum for SF Bay & Delta:


Just think about the mess Obama inherit this time. And it ain't Bush's fault!!!

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