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Since Lily brought up the RSVP issue, I'll expand. I don't have a people limit or a time limit to sign up. You can sign up as late as you want to. But if something comes up and you can't make it, please click on the CHANGE RSVP button at the top of the page, even if it's 2 minutes before the event starts. I check Meetup on my phone before starting the hike. It would be great if everyone who signed up was there. But I understand that last minute things come up. Still, I've been on hikes with Lily in the past where between a third and a half of the people who had current Yes RSVPs didn't show up. That can get annoying.
1 · March 24
Thanks again Mike for sharing the trail with Yoga-Hiking for Health folks. While hiking, you can focus on breathing as an element in yoga :-)
Please expect ~20+ members today.
Here are reasons that I can't offer yoga-hiking events often:
1. Your present is a gift, and my "yoga-hiking" folks flaked out many times when they said to give me "gifts", but never showed :-)
2. It's not warm during the Winter for doing yoga outdoor, but hiking is OK except that I have been busy to have it often. Thanks to Mike.
3. Daylight is getting later, but early morning or late afternoon may not be the best time yet for members (Summer is better, when it's not so cold outside). Looking forward for nice warm days to be outdoor hiking and yoga soon!
Next week, we'll have Palos Verdes Nature Preserve hike. If you can make it, we'll post it here Mike? Since I promise to spend time with the friends group and 30+HikingOCers RSVPed, looking at 50 already, it is a big challenge without help :-)
0 · March 24
No Yoga, it's just a hike. But the hike is flexible depending on your ability. Peters Canyon has roller coaster hills paralleled by a flat path. We'll be doing the hike with HikingOC, and with multiple hike leaders, you'll be able to choose how strenuous of a hike you want. We will probably all take the hills to start off. Once we get to the middle of the hike, you can decide how you do the second half. The intermediate/advanced people might take an extra loop near the lake before returning via the hills, while the advanced beginners/intermediates can follow me back on the flat path.
0 · March 21