October 30, 2011 · 4:00 PM
Another reverse trick or treat event, we wear costumes and bring treats ;-)
Yes, I do read my emails, including the requests for specific events ;-) We did this a couple of years ago and it was fun. Dress up in a costume. I will contact a few houseboaters, we bring treats with us and offer them to the houseboaters, they often offer some to us. Afterwards we can find a place to get food and drinks. Bring lights. If you know any houseboaters let me know.
I am cross posting this to two other groups as well. Seattle Get Up and Get Out, Human Powered Touring,
If you need to borrow a kayak sign up for the "For those that need to borrow" meetup.
If you have your own kayak then sign up at:
[b]Rating:[/b] This trip is rated ‘protected’ or SK1. [b]What to bring:[/b] What to bring: o Prepare to get wet, You might want to bring a towel and change of clothes. o Water bottle. There's water and restrooms at the park. o Refreshments and snacks for afterwards o Your sense of adventure and fun [*]Lights - at least one white light e.g. headlamp (not a strobe or flashing light) to be mounted on the kayak on worn on the person. Cyalume lights work great because they still work when wet. Fasten them to your kayak with duct tape. [*]Perhaps a power bar or dried figs to munch on. [*]Sense of Humor and fun. [b]Directions to the meeting place:[/b] From 520 Eastbound take the Montlake Blvd exit and Turn right onto E Montlake Pl E and onto 24th street going south. Turn right at E Lynn St and after about half a mile turn right at 16th Ave E. From 520 Westbound take the Lake Washingtom Blvd exit and turn left at the end of the ramp heading towards the Arboretum. Turn right at Boyer Ave E. Cross 24th street and carry on to 16th Ave E, which is a slight right turn. Follow this into the parking lot.
. -Saul cell[masked]