Friday, Dec 13 - Saturday, Dec 21 (9 days)
Gold Head State Park, Keystone Heights, FL
4.5 hrs from Atlanta: 6.5 hrs from Miami
Cost: $695.00/person (price includes tuition and course book). Room and board, entrance fee to park, etc. are separate and not included
Lodging Options: Starke, FL
Gold Head State Park, Keystone Heights, FL. For more info: http://www.gatorcpr.com/#!wilderness-training/c1r9a
Earth Day 2013
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Friday, Dec 13 - Saturday, Dec 21 (9 days)
I: Whale Peak (5349'): Hike this great peak at a moderate pace. We will visit ancient pictographs -- pictures painted on boulders which resemble what they signify -- along the way. The hike will be 8 miles round trip with 2300' gain. Bring food, water, lugsoles, layers, hat and sunblock. Contact Leader for status and details. Leader: BILL SIMPSON Co-Leaders: JIMMY QUAN, BRUCE CRAIG
<p>Built it tight and build it right! With increasing rigor in energy codes and green building programs, developers and builders are focused on managing moisture to ensure a healthy indoor environment within a tight building envelope. National and local experts in high performance building are coming to Arlington to answer your questions.</p><p>Free but pre-registration is required. Breakfast 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.; Workshop 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. </p><p>Confirmed Speakers:</p><ul><li>Armin Rudd, Principal, ABT Systems LLC - <em>Building Science Principles for Managing Moisture in Tight Buildings</em></li><li>Galen Staengl, Principal, Staengle Engineering - <em>High Performance Ventilation for Multi-Family Buildings – Case Studies</em></li><li>Chris Conway, President, Conway Energy and Philip Agee, Green Building Technical Manager, EarthCraft Virginia - <em>Mechanical System – from Design to Verification</em></li><li>Craig Imlah, Senior Commissioning Agent, CPM Scheduling LLC and Laura London, Real Estate Project Manager, Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing - <em>Commissioning: The What and Why's</em></li></ul>
O: Mt. Gleason (6520'+) Meet at 8:00 AM at the La Canada rideshare and join us for a Wednesday walk; it's a long but gentle grade, from Mill Creek Summit to the top of Mt. Gleason and it's expansive panoramic views. At 19 miles round trip and 1600' gain, this hike is not suited to beginners. Please bring liquids, lugsoles, layers, lunch, lamp and hat. Contact email@example.com if you wish additional information. Leaders Peter & Ignacia Doggett
From South Side to North Side – Enjoy some gorgeous trails. We’ll start from the Bootjack parking lot at 8:15. Our pace will be steady but moderate – good ups, easy-ish downs. We’ll hope to see Newts and Fungus Amongus. We’ll hike steadily and be done around 12 or 12:30. Storm cancels.
Meet at parking lot near Miwok Stables in Tennessee Valley. This will be a full 3C (12-15 miles, 2500 =/- elev gain) back around 4 PM. Bring water, lunch, sun and wind protection. Departure promptly at 9 am SHARP. Leader cell phone 415-302-4802.
5 mi, 100’ gain. Explore this sylvan wilderness along a stream with elegant bridges in Corona del Mar. Meet 9:00 am at the corner of Poppy and 5th Av, E of PCH on Poppy in Corona del Mar. Park on street; read signs regarding street parking. Bring water, walking shoes, snack. Rain cancels. Ldrs: Pita Landesman, Sid Alpert
DEC 11 (WED) 9:00 AM SB MTS, GREEN VALLEY LAKE RIDGE SNOWSHOE/HIKE
Join us for a snowshoe hike around Green Valley Lake with beautiful views of the high desert. Distance: about 5 miles, .easy to moderate. No snowshoe experience necessary. BRING your own snowshoes, layered clothing, water, snack. WEAR: hiking boots, hat. MEET: in Green Valley Lake across from the post office (33271 Green Valley Lake Rd, Green Valley Lake, CA 92341) at 9:00 A.M. LEADER: SANDY ELLIS, 909-867-7115 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>. We will hike or snowshoe depending on conditions. CALL for information, weather conditions and to confirm you are coming. MOUNTAINS GROUP
This is a five mile hike on land just East of the Illinois River. This land, which was donated to the State of Illinois, contains forests, glades, a spring and wetlands. Trekking through this mostly forested land should make for an interesting hike. Contact Doug Melville, (636) 288-1055 or email@example.com for further information.
The weather was gorgeous Thursday with little wind at the top. Our hike will be 8.7 miles with 1500' elevation gain. Much of the hike is on open trail/roads, so if it rains it may be muddy. Wear good hiking boots and bring sticks if you use them. Of course, lunch and water are essential too.
There is no cellphone coverage except in a few spots on Bald Peaks trail, probably not in the parking lot. There are facilities. No parking fee required.
Meet Calero County Park. Carpool 9am Old Page Mill Road. Leader Sue Swackhamer 408-227.5887 firstname.lastname@example.org
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