Archeologist Tony Farquè from the Willamette National Forest will lead us to a cave of unique ancient Native American Pictographs and Petroglyphs on a hidden trail near Cascadia State Park. Tony has invited a tribal elder to help explain the significance of the many images on the walls of the cave. This is an exciting outing for K-12 Students.
We will meet at the west end of the Pioneer Mall in Springfield parking lot near the EmX "Q Street" station in Springfield at the corner of "Q" Street and Pioneer Parkway for an 8:30am (sharp) departure. Two miles round trip, down hill both ways. Bring a bag lunch and be prepared for rain with good walking shoes. Limited to 30 participants.
Leader: Lon Otterby