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)
Dec 13-20 Fri-Fri Orange County Sierra Singles
O: 20s30s40s Hawaii, Maui Adventure: Meet us at Kahului Airport (OGG) for a full week of easy-moderate 4-5 mile day hikes to waterfalls, volcanos & secluded beaches. Includes 7 nights shared lodging in a 1 bed, 1 bath condo at Kahana Falls Resort and shared meals while at the condo. Airfare, rental cars, & gas are not included. Limit: 4, Cost $450 non-SC, $400 SC Member. Ldr: Mountain Dave Kuhn (firstname.lastname@example.org). Co-ldr: Irene Prokopenko (email@example.com)
Spend a week camped on a tropical beach, surrounded by exotic wildlife, warm breezes, and the mysterious Everglades. We'll camp on one of the many small islands that make up the Ten Thousand Islands in Florida Bay, spending our days kayaking and fishing its legendary waters. Beginners welcome.
Tuesday we’ll carpool to Lakeside to stay at Motel 6. Wednesday and Thursday we’ll go to the Sunrise ski area to either downhill or cross country ski. Friday is the, drive home. No fee, participants pay their own costs. Contact Bev Full at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-221-2554.
HARWOOD-OPEN EVERY DAY (Christmas to New Year)
Make Harwood your home for the holidays, for every day or just one day, through the holiday season (from 3 p.m. December 15 to noon on January 1). Join family and friends in celebrating your holiday of choice, be it Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza, or New Year’s. Bring your spirit of sharing to the clean air, blue skies, whispering pines which will all add to the joys of the season. Our tree will be decked in splendor, our table laden with delicious food to share. Bring an instrument to play and we’ll all join in for a songfest. Come for one night or many. Potluck dinners nightly at 6:00 p.m. (bring serving for 8, beverage of choice & appetizer to share at happy hour). The Lodge provides the turkey on Christmas Day (Happy hour at 3 p.m., dinner at 4 p.m.) while you provide all the side dishes and desserts. Film festival, Scrabble tournament, puzzles to complete, books to read and stories to share around the fire. Open to all members ($12/per night) and their guests ($15/per night-limit 2). Please reserve your stay with the Overseer& bring SC Card. Overseer: Monalisa Ward
I: Granite Mountain #2 (5633'): Hike this great peak at a moderate pace. The hike will be 8 miles round trip with 3000' gain. Bring food, water, lugsoles, layers, hat and sunblock. Contact Leader for status and details. Leader: BILL SIMPSON Co-Leaders: JIMMY QUAN, BRUCE CRAIG
Lake Ave. to Inspiration Point. Moderately paced 9 mile 2800’ gain hike from the top of Lake Ave. Ascend past Echo Mtn and take Castle Canyon to the shelter. Return by Castle Canyon or the Middle Sam Merrill Trail. Meet 8:30 am at the north end of Lake Ave. in Altadena (at the intersection of E. Loma Alta Dr.) with water, lunch, hiking boots, suitable clothing layers. Rain cancels. Not for beginners. Leaders: Laura Joseph, Norm Stabeck
up to 8 mi rt, 2000’ gain/loss. Strenuous hike (1000’ in first mile) up the ridge south of Trabuco Cyn. If you like taking the Joplin to Old Camp, you’ll love this! Fantastic views. We’ll turn around when we’ve had enough and perhaps take a variant route for part of the way back. Meet 9:00 am Albertson’s shopping ctr on Plano Trabuco at Sta Margarita Pkwy in Rancho Santa Margarita. Bring 2 qts water, lunch, lugsoles. Ldrs: Ed & Helen Maurer
The route goes up past Piedmont High School through historic Piedmont Park, continues up through Piedmont and crosses the La Salle Bridge into Montclair. We take the historic train bed up to Saroni and continue on residential streets up to Skyline Blvd. From there we follow Skyline for 1/4 mile to Huckleberry Preserve and complete a loop on the nature trail, which identifies plants and succession of the forest ecosystems. Return through Montclair and Piedmont.
We will take a loop around Clydesdale Park and then connect with the Grants Trail for a four to five mile hike at a slow to moderate pace. The hike will be followed by a potluck luncheon at the home of Phil Tomer. This is the annual holiday party by the Wed. and Fri. hiking groups but ALL ARE INVITED.You may attend the hike or the party or both. Wed./Fri. groups look for further information from the usual sites. All others call Suzanne Smith at 618-260-281 or email@example.com or Katie Wodell at 314-628-9084 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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