RE: [snowshoeing-3] New Meetup: Moutain Loop Highway Snow Shoeing

From: user 8.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 12:55 PM
Im in too!

--- On Tue, 1/13/09, tonja renee <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: tonja renee <[address removed]>
> Subject: RE: [snowshoeing-3] New Meetup: Moutain Loop Highway Snow Shoeing
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009, 9:29 AM
> sounds like a blast. I'm in!!   Tonja 
> [masked])From: [address removed]:
> [address removed]: [snowshoeing-3]
> New Meetup: Moutain Loop Highway Snow ShoeingDate: Fri, 9
> Jan[masked]:45:40 -0500Announcing a new Meetup for The
> Seattle Snowshoeing Meetup Group!What: Moutain Loop Highway
> Snow Shoeing When: January 19,[masked]:30 AMWhere: Click the
> link below to find out!Meetup Description: Hi Folks;I'm
> new to this group and new to snow shoeing and I'm taking
> a trip out to Moutain Loop Highway which is Outside of
> Granite Falls to do some.I'm looking to see who might
> want to join me rather your new at snow shoeing or
> experinced.I plan on being there for about 2 or 3 hours at
> the most.We can meet at the Verlot ranger station at 11:30
> a.m. and drive from there together to where the road is
> closed and buried under 5 feet of snow.CLOTHES Make sure you
> dress to stay warm and dry maybe even bring extra clothes
> /socks just in case.Dont forget your Snowshoes! FOOD and
> drinks it's along drive to get there and no place to buy
> food once your there in the woods.CARPOOLING when you RSVP
> for this and are looking to car pool put that down and where
> you live with your phone number so this can be worked
> out.DIRECTIONS to get there.Take I-5 to exit #194 route 2
> take route 2 (stay in left lane) to route 204 into Lake
> Stevens then take route 9 north to route 92 into Granite
> Falls drive thru Granite Falls till you come to Mountain
> Loop Highway turn left.You may want to check the distance of
> the drive so you know how far the trip and drive is.You may
> also want to call the ranger station [masked] open
> Saturday and Sunday 8-4 p.m.) for yourself so you know what
> the road conditions are out there.I will be calling the
> ranger station myself that weekend  to find out how things
> are also.If you need any more info please ask.Thanks
> DennisLearn more
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