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)
We'll paddle upstream to an ever-narrowing fresh-water jungle. Then we'll turn back downstream, into a grassy maze of brackish water channels that meet Shell Creek. We'll visit the only waterfll in this area....actually water spilling over the Punta Gorda Dam, which is the city's water supply. This outing offers a variety of environments in one trip. Participants must provide their own watercraft and be able to swim. This outing is free to the public. Voluntary donations to the Charlotte Sierra Club are always gratefully appreciated! Reserve your place at (941) 637-8805
Disfrutaremos del frio navideño acampando en la paradisiaca playa de flamenco en Culebra, además podremos disfrutar de algunas de las tradiciones de la isla de Culebra durante la época navideña. Para añadirle a la excursión caminaremos a la playa de Carlos Rosario para disfrutar de un excelente lugar para hacer snorkeling.
Join us in a holiday open house with the Sierra Club Bay Chapter and several of our neighbors. Organizations in our building will be sharing food, beverages, and cheer. Come learn what is happening at the Chapter Office and participate in the season’s good will. Help is needed to make this evening a success. We are looking for a set up-crew, decorators, bakers, food hosts, and clean-up crew. To volunteer, please contact Joanne Drabek at email@example.com or (510)318-4614.
Green Friday will not be held in December. Instead, come to the Sierra Club's holliday party on December 13--see the calender posting on this date for the party's details. And please come to the next Green Friday on January 10.
Let's enjoy snowshoeing by light of the moon on Alexander creek trail - this is a less-known trail that begins just to the west of the Little Dell Golf Course. The hills block the road noise very quickly once on the trail or in the creek bottom. We will hike the lower part of the trail that we can snowshoe in about 2 hours. The trail continues up to the Great Western Trail, west of Parley's Summit. It is an open creek bottom and hillsides, the vegetation is varied; aspen, maple, Gambel oak, brush and cottonwoods. Moose, elk, deer, beaver and more are seen here .....what nocturnal creatures will we see? Make sure you bring a headlamp or other light source, and basic gear for the weather. Our meeting place is the parking lot east of Hogle Zoo at Sunnyside Ave. and Crestview Dr., where there are recycling bins (bring your glass). A large statue with an eagle on top marks the spot.
Join us for our annual Holiday Party. All members welcome! We will have a table in the restaurant side of Gilligan's on Eisenhower Blvd.
Spectacular view of Santa Monica Bay and LA Basin. Moderately strenuous conditioning hike for fit hikers. 2 hr, 5 mile round trip, 1100' total gain on fire road. Meet and sign in at 6:45 pm every Friday, Los Liones Drive at Sunset Blvd (0.3 mi from PCH). Carpool 1.5 miles to trail head. Lug soles. Bring flashlight. Optional dinner at restaurant after. Beach walk when there is a Red Flag Warning. Palisades Highlands sidewalk when it rains. Co-sponsored by the Sierra Singles Section.
Meet at the north end of the upper Merry Go Round parking Lot (usual hike meeting location) before the 7pm start time. We will hike to a location where we will have a short potluck snack and enjoy the views and companionship. Bring snack and beverages to share during the potluck at the top of the hike. Wear sturdy shoes. You can use a daypack to carry your items for our approximately 4 - 5 mile round trip hike. Bring your own water for the hike. We follow "Leave No Trace" so pack out all your trash back down to the parking lot.
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