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Bay 200 Challenge start | PHOTOS

Hearly Mayr, right, and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
(Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)

Bay 200 Challenge start | PHOTOS

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Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday, July 16, 2021, on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr, right, and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr, right, and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr, front, and his son Andreas carefully pack their kayaks as they prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr, front, and his son Andreas carefully pack their kayaks as they prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Andreas Mayr, left, talks with his mom Andrea as helps him pack some of his things for the long 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge that Mayr and his father Hearly set out on from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Andreas Mayr, left, talks with his mom Andrea as helps him pack some of his things for the long 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge that Mayr and his father Hearly set out on from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Pastor Marilyn Scott, left, gives a fist bump to Andreas Mayr as he packs his kayak at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. Mayr and his father Hearly set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Pastor Marilyn Scott, left, gives a fist bump to Andreas Mayr as he packs his kayak at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. Mayr and his father Hearly set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr, left, and his son Andreas stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr, left, and his son Andreas stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
The rear windo of the Mayr family vehicle advertises the Bay 200 Challenge, a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay taken on by th efather-son team of Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
The rear windo of the Mayr family vehicle advertises the Bay 200 Challenge, a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay taken on by th efather-son team of Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Family and friends gather around to pray with Hearly Mayr, front right, and his son Andreas as they stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday, July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200-mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Family and friends gather around to pray with Hearly Mayr, front right, and his son Andreas as they stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday, July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200-mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr carefully packs his kayak as he and his son Andreas prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr carefully packs his kayak as he and his son Andreas prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr, back, and his son Andreas bring their kayaks to the boat launch as they prepare to set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 miles adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr, back, and his son Andreas bring their kayaks to the boat launch as they prepare to set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 miles adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr, front, and his son Andreas carefully pack their kayaks as they prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr, front, and his son Andreas carefully pack their kayaks as they prepare to set out from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on a 12-day, 200 mile adventure called The Bay 200 Challenge. the pair is kayaking the CHesapeake Bay to help raise for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Miya Kim, Principal of the Atholton Adventist Adademy in Columbia, left, joins pastor Marilyn Scott, right, and other family and friends as they gather with Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas before standing at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Miya Kim, Principal of the Atholton Adventist Adademy in Columbia, left, joins pastor Marilyn Scott, right, and other family and friends as they gather with Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas before standing at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 on their 12-day, 200 mile Bay 200 Challenge down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Family and friends gather around to pray with Hearly Mayr, front right, and his son Andreas as they stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday, July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200-mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Family and friends gather around to pray with Hearly Mayr, front right, and his son Andreas as they stand at the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday, July 16, 2021. The father-son team set out on a 12-day 200-mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas climb into their kayaks with friends and family cheering them on from the bulkhead as they set off from the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 for their 12-day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
Bay 200 Challenge
A banner sits at the dock of the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 as the father son team of Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set out on their 12 day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31.
A banner sits at the dock of the Elk River boat launch in Elkton Friday July 16, 2021 as the father son team of Hearly Mayr and his son Andreas set out on their 12 day, 200 mile adventure down the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay 200 Challenge is supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s (ADRA) COVID-19 hunger pandemic response campaign, which aims to raise US$3 million by July 31. (Matt Button / Baltimore Sun Media/Baltimore Sun Media)
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