What we're about

Hi.

Thanks for checking out our group.

A quick note to any who message(d) me – Meetup has a weird bug where anyone can email (me) an organizer, but if you're not a member of this group or another group we're mutually both in, then Meetup won't allow me to respond. It might be an anti-spam feature. So if anyone messaged me in the past, I'm sorry for not replying. I honestly tried, but Meetup's messaging system is strict. If anyone doesn't want to join this group, but has a question, try emailing me at wisejunkemail@gmail.com

Okay...now about our group:



Do you love being outside in nature, going on adventures, discovering new places, making new friends, and creating new memories?

Do you spend more time on social media than being social with real humans?

Do your friends prefer staying indoors with the virtual world (phone, tv, movies, video games, internet, etc.) ?

Or are your outdoorsy friends always busy?

Is there a fun destination you want to go to, but haven't yet because nobody was available to join you?

Are you bored of doing the same things and going to the same places every weekend?



Well then, good news.

Our group has many cool, friendly, and like-minded individuals.

I plan a few events/trips throughout the year, and everyone is encouraged to host their own event.

If there is a hike you want to do, a place you want to visit, or a trip/activity you want to plan...then share your idea so others can join you.



More info - https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/239368574



FYI: Many people ask, so I'll mention it here. Wiseman sounds like a fake name, internet moniker, or nickname, but it's my real name. Ironically, I'm pretty dumb. ;)

And if what I look like matters, use a web browser and go to https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/members/69743242

and under my main photo, click on "Tagged photos" and you can judge me...and decide if you want to join our group/events/trips. :)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oZBIfqGvNM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UaHljP1ar4

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If anyone is brand new to camping, our trips in October are nearby and good for first-timers.

The trip in January might be okay for newbies too.

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For any dog-owners - as you know, many national & state parks prohibit dogs on hiking trails.

However, our Eastern Sierra & Mammoth trips, and Santa Barbara trip in November, are dog friendly.

Mammoth & Eastern Sierra are beautiful. Many trails allow dogs to run around and even jump/swim in lakes.

So your dogs don't have to be sad or jealous when you go to national parks without them.

Bring them on a fun camping trip!

And let them chase squirrels!

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Upcoming trips:



October @ Sedona – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/272951026

November @ Santa Barbara & Solvang – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/268468959

November @ Big Sur – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/272772400

January @ Joshua Tree – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/271934683

January @ Bryce Canyon – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273890483

or February @ Bryce Canyon – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273890980

March @ Joshua Tree –

March @ Death Valley – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273962898

March @ Joshua Tree – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273964540

April @ SoCal – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/274066281

May @ Sedona – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273211204

June @ KP / Eastern Sierra –

July @ Eastern Sierra –

August @ Joshua Tree – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273210733

September @ Mammoth / June Lake – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273210276

October @ Bishop / Eastern Sierra – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/273963517

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Upcoming events (5)

Camping & __________ @ Santa Barbara / Solvang [rescheduled from Oct 30-31]

Hi. If interested, please read carefully. Earlier, this trip was planned for October, but now is rescheduled to early November. Los Padres National Forest recently re-opened, but the previous plan of going Fri - Sun, Oct 30 - Nov 1, might not work out. So now I'm thinking of Nov 6 - 8. ____________________ If the presidential election results and possible fight about mail-in-ballots and lawsuits doesn't result in an American civil war or other chaotic craziness, I'm thinking of going to Solvang & Santa Barbara to rest and recover from all the political arguing, division, anger, hatred, animosity, etc. If this trip happens, here's a general overview: - This can be a short trip...such as starting Saturday morning...and staying overnight until Sunday (Nov 7 - 8)... ...or it can start on Friday, and we can camp for two nights until Sunday (Nov 6 - 8). ____________________ Options of things to do: - A) Exploring Santa Barbara B) Visiting the Danish-inspired town, Solvang C) Wine tasting in Santa Ynez Valley, Solvang, or elsewhere D) Hiking E) Or whatever else you want to do/see ____________________ Santa Barbara is around 2 - 2.5 hours away from OC - https://goo.gl/maps/RbDERjksJ2r Solvang is about 2.5 - 3 hours away from OC - https://goo.gl/maps/qvzRD57adh22 - Santa Barbara is around 1.5 - 2 hours away from LA - https://goo.gl/maps/WyzFnRLLnaQ2 Solvang is about 2 - 2.5 hours away from LA - https://goo.gl/maps/pqzE5xbww162 ____________________ One idea is to spend a day in Solvang (Saturday) and another day in Santa Barbara (Sunday). For example, have lunch at Solvang, and check out the various shops/stores. In the afternoon, go wine tasting, visit some mini-horses, or feed an ostrich. On Saturday night we can have dinner together at the campsite, or you're welcome to dine at a restaurant. On Sunday, you can go to Santa Barbara to walk around downtown, go to the pier/beach, go hiking, or do something else. If anybody has other suggestions on what to do/where to go, feel free to share your ideas. https://www.daytrippen.com/solvang-danish-village-day-trip-santa-ynez-valley https://www.daytrippen.com/santa-barbara-day-trip-things-to-do https://www.tripsavvy.com/getaway-to-santa-ynez-valley-1478361 https://www.10best.com/destinations/california/santa-barbara/tips/10best-day-trip-explore-solvang ____________________ Photos: https://www.meetup.com/SoCalVolunteers/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=27409099 Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeeR8jvu56Y ____________________ The posted start time of 5 pm on Friday is arbitrary. This trip is flexible. You can arrive on Friday or Saturday (your choice). ____________________ Examples of things to do: - — Wine tasting: http://www.solvangusa.com/wine-country/wineries-vineyards https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g33103-Activities-c36-t132-Solvang_California.html http://www.sbcountywines.com/wine-tasting-routes.html http://cdn.solvangusa.com/digital_files/533/sideways_map-solvang-2014.pdf - — Walk around Solvang: http://www.solvangusa.com/things-to-do/itineraries/a-solvang-walking-tour https://www.yelp.com/biz/city-of-solvang-solvang https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g33103-Activities-Solvang_California.html http://www.carolmendelmaps.com/mapsb/sb4.html http://www.solvangusa.com/?ACT=25&fid=5&d=565&f=solvangwalkingmap.pdf http://www.solvangusa.com/?ACT=25&fid=5&d=565&f=solvang-sweet-treats-030814.pdf - — Walk around downtown Santa Barbara, go to the beach/pier, or do something else: http://www.visitcalifornia.com/destination/spotlight-santa-barbara https://www.tripsavvy.com/santa-barbara-day-or-weekend-trips-1478765 http://travel.usnews.com/Santa_Barbara_CA/Things_To_Do https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g33045-Activities-Santa_Barbara_California.html - — Hiking in Santa Barbara https://santabarbaraca.com/itinerary/best-hikes-in-santa-barbara http://everydayrunaway.com/travel/the-best-hikes-in-santa-barbara http://www.alltrails.com/us/california/santa-barbara http://www.hikespeak.com/central-coast/santa-barbara ____________________ Dogs are allowed at the campground. Dogs appear to be welcome in the town of Solvang and the city of Santa Barbara. However, I need to check if the beach/pier allows dogs...and also some hiking trails. https://www.facebook.com/SolvangUSA/posts/3491491974204467 ____________________ General Intro: ____________________ This is a car camping / tent camping trip. If anyone has never camped before, as long as you're open-minded & adaptable, then this trip can accommodate brand new campers. Several first-timers have attended our trips, so we're happy to help. However, due to coronavirus and social/physical distancing issues, we need to keep the size of this group trip manageable, so we're sorry if many who RSVP'ed cannot be accommodated. Most people should stay home until an effective vaccine/treatment for COVID-19 is available...but some people are also tired of staying indoors for months, and want to get out...so we'll try to accommodate as many as we safely can. Your understanding and cooperation is needed. ____________________ For this trip, a $30 contribution is appreciated (per person/adult). Any who attended a past trip or volunteered with me can contribute less, like $20 - 25. Kids are usually free. * - Some other camping events on Meetup might prohibit kids. I admire parents who introduce their child(ren) to the outdoors and respect parents who encourage kids to take a break from tv, video games, phones, computers, etc.. So parents and kids are welcome to join. ____________________ Hiking is a popular group activity. However, if hiking doesn't interest you, feel free to do something else. Bring a book to read. If you're artistic, bring art supplies and draw/paint. If you have a novel, screenplay, biography, or poem to write, find a relaxing area and enjoy nature while you compose something. If you are spiritual or stressed from work / life, find a scenic & peaceful spot, and do some yoga, meditation, or introspection. Hiking is not required nor expected. You choose what you want to do. Some people might want to hike a lot or do another sweaty, physical activity. And some might want a casual, lazy, and relaxing weekend. It's up to you. ____________________ ––– Important for new, first-timers ––– - You are busy, and your time is limited... ...but this section is worth reading. A weekend camping trip is different from other events that meet at a restaurant, bar, movie theater, museum, bowling alley, etc... People are hundreds of miles away from home, and often far from a Walmart, Target, Walgreens, hospital, etc... ...so that's one of various reasons why our event descriptions tend to be long and detailed. Another reason is I'm sometimes picky. My preference is to have small-to-medium size groups. And oftentimes, we have more people who want to go than space is available. So the long, detailed descriptions are intended to provide helpful & relevant info, but also to weed/filter some out. Our desire is to have a group of friendly people who are prepared, equipped, self-sufficient, and serious about attending. Believe it or not, many people thank me during and after our trips end. Apparently, some have a positive and enjoyable experience. My response is it's the people who go that make the trip fun. It's a group collaboration and team effort. The majority of participants are social, friendly, open to making new friends, and willing to hike together, share food together, and help each other. If you don't believe me, check our photos from previous trips: LA group - https://www.meetup.com/LA_Camping/events/239368546 OC group - https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/239368574 - Another important thing to know: I'm not a professional organizer, expert camping trip planner, nor group hike leader. Some analogies are: - a bouncer at a club who screens & checks people before allowing them to enter - an admissions officer at a college/university who approves or rejects student applications - a Human Resources manager who decides who to hire - TSA security agent at an airport - In all these examples, most people don't become friends with them. Once you enter a nightclub, you dance with other people inside the club. You don't dance with the bouncer. Once you get into a college/university, you choose which classmates to be friends with. You don't hang out with the admissions officer. Once you start a new job, you choose which co-workers to be friends with. You normally don't spend time with anyone from HR. If there is a serious problem/conflict, then sure, maybe the bouncer/security guard or HR official steps in and intervenes, but for the most part, there is limited interaction. - Before a camping trip starts, I'm busy coordinating and communicating with various people, answering questions, facilitating carpooling arrangements, providing relevant info & details, so that everybody is prepared for the trip and ready to go. But once a trip starts (after you enter the club, get accepted into college, start a new job), then my role is diminished. Oftentimes, I just want to relax. I want some peace & quiet. So sometimes I hike by myself. I always try to meet everyone and chit chat a little, but sometimes I'm exhausted and stressed, that I need some alone time to unwind. Therefore, I don't lead group hikes or group activities. Of course, I'll share recommendations and provide tips/advice on various hikes/activities, but sometimes I'm stressed & tired and do my own thing. Our group usually has smart and experienced people, so we rarely ever have a problem with group activities, and many people can find others to hike with or hang out with. Last year, at least 3 trips, I stayed up until 1 or 2 am, waiting for people to arrive. One trip, someone got a flat tire, and arrived the next morning, and while some wanted me to join them for hiking, I stayed at the campsite and waited for the person with the fixed tire to arrive. Earlier this year, someone who needed a tent, arrived around 2:40 am, and I stayed up, (no problem, I'm happy to help...but I was so tired in the morning, I couldn't go hiking with the rest of the group). I'm not complaining...I'm merely explaining, that once a trip starts, I tend to be stressed and tired, so I'm sometimes unavailable...but other group members step up, and they are very friendly, helpful, and proficient at bringing people together for hiking, meals, bonfire, etc. So if you're brand new to our trips, I feel it's important to disclose this...and you should know this before deciding to join our trip or not. What makes our group trips awesome...is the group members...not me. You will enjoy meeting them...not me. Other people/groups plan trips costing $60 - $100+, so their trips are probably professionally organized, and way better than our trip. If you need someone to hold your hand, babysit you, or coddle you...then this trip is not for you. Other groups plan bigger & better trips that you might enjoy more. But if you are friendly, open-minded, flexible, and willing to meet some nice and fun people, then our group trips attract several quality individuals, so you have an opportunity to have an exciting weekend in a beautiful environment. - Here's a link to the Google Doc that will have more info/details, and should scare most new people away: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FwdlSDFCyCXKV8T4XOQoBhmYXBUNBJZCLEXT2GReGEk ____________________ I'm not a mind-reader, so if anyone is seriously interested in attending, please contact me directly (message me via Meetup) with a quick message to inquire about the trip. If using the Meetup app on your phone, look under Attendees, and tap on wise|man. If using a computer / laptop, you can also look under Attendees for my profile/account, or you can go directly to https://www.meetup.com/LA_Camping/members/69743242 or https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/members/69743242 and click on "message" and answer the following: - (1) Do you understand coronavirus / COVID-19 is contagious and highly transmissible? Do you understand many health/medical experts believe those who are obese, older/elderly, are immunocompromised, and/or have comorbidities are more susceptible to serious health issues & complications, such as death? If you have bad health, a weak immune system, or a chronic disease such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, lung or asthma problems, atherosclerosis, or any other health issue, please consult with your doctor or healthcare provider. I don't want to discriminate anyone for their age or health, but staying at home might be safer for you. Thank you. (2) Are you an essential worker? Do you live with anyone who is? What have you been doing for the past few weeks/months? Other than going out for food or exercising around your neighborhood, have you gone anywhere else? If yes, where and when/how often? (3) In other words, have you mostly stayed at home (self-quarantine and isolation), or have you been going out? Whenever you left your home, did you wear a mask? Have you been exposed to large groups/crowds? (4) Have you been exposed to anyone who is sick or tested positive for COVID-19? For 2-3 weeks prior to this trip, can you abstain from going to any bar, restaurant, gym, protest, and any other indoor gathering that is not work-related nor essential (church or religious gathering, party, etc.) ? Basically, can you please avoid getting sick / infected? (5) Do you understand we cannot promise nor guarantee a coronavirus-free environment? We don't know nor can control if other attendees, other campers at the campground, previous person who used the restroom before you, someone you walk by on a hiking trail, etc. is infected/contagious. (6) If our small group trip has room for you, do you plan on bringing and wearing a mask? Would you wear a mask while at the campground? (7) Can you bring your own cleaning & disinfectant supplies (e.g. alcohol-based, bleach, or Lysol spray or wipes, paper towels, wet naps/baby wipes, hand sanitizer, soap, etc.) ? (8) If you feel sick or experience any symptom (e.g. fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.) or any other unusual irregularity or symptom, do you agree to voluntarily not attend this trip, or if after the trip begins, you start to feel sick after arriving, then you will leave immediately? In other words, will you do your part to make sure nobody is exposed or infected by you? (9) Did you read this Google Doc? https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FwdlSDFCyCXKV8T4XOQoBhmYXBUNBJZCLEXT2GReGEk (10) Do you want to drive or ride with someone else? If you can drive others, how many passengers can you accommodate? Please keep in mind space for backpacks, camping gear (tents, sleeping bags, etc.), food/cooler, clothes, etc. It's totally fine if you want to drive alone/solo. My sense is most/all will want to drive separately, but sometimes people don't have a car or some drivers don't want to go alone. I'm merely asking in case anyone is comfortable with carpooling. If you're a driver, you'll have 100% decision-making ability in who rides with you. In other words, you can decide/choose if someone else goes with you or not. (11) What day & time do you want to leave SoCal? What city/area are you leaving from? (12) Have you camped before? Do you have your own camping gear (e.g. tent, sleeping bag, mat/pad/cot, etc.) ? (13) Do you understand you are responsible for bringing / buying your own food? (14) Do you understand parking space is limited? If you want to drive, are you okay with parking in an overflow parking lot or elsewhere? (15) Do you understand space is limited and not all who RSVP'ed can attend? Why would you be a good addition to our group trip? (16) What activity are you interested in doing? (17) What is your personality like? Can you get along with others (new people)? Are you friendly with diverse individuals of different demographics (e.g. age, ethnicity, background, lifestyle, politics, religion, socioeconomic status, etc.)? (18) Do you understand we can't control the weather? Do you understand it might get cold at night and in the early morning? (19) Can you let me know if you want to bring a pet/dog, child/minor, or guest/friend? (20) Do you understand Wiseman is not your tour guide, babysitter, waiter, maid, servant, or employee? (21) Do you understand and accept if you do/say anything inappropriate, disrespectful, offensive, illegal, egregious, and/or annoying, you will be asked to leave, and you will comply? (22) Do you understand and accept you are responsible for your safety, yourself, all your belongings/property, and anyone (pet/dog, child, friend/guest, etc.) you bring, and you will not hold anyone else (i.e. Wiseman) liable nor responsible for anything that happens to you, your body/health, your possessions, and/or anyone you bring, and do you agree and accept section 6 of Meetup's TOS? - http://www.meetup.com/terms (23) If you're female, can you let me know if any guy harasses you or makes you feel unsafe/uncomfortable? (24) If you're male and we've never met, can you send a selfie/photo of yourself holding a piece of paper with my name (Wiseman), your full name, and the date to [masked] or text it to[masked] ? (25) If you're male and we've never met, when we meet at the campground, can you show me your Driver's License ? - FAQ Q: Why don’t you ask women to send a photo? A: Because I’m sexist. After 40+ camping trips of encountering hundreds of people, I don’t remember any woman harassing a man, but a few men have bothered women, so now I take extra precaution with just guys. - Q: Why do you want to see a guy's Driver's License? A: Similar to a bartender/server/bouncer checking ID when someone enters a bar or buys alcohol; or some store cashiers check ID when a customer uses a credit card, I want to confirm names. This is my way of deterring bad guys from using fake names. Sorry, but believe it or not, some creepy guys are out there...so this should discourage some weird dudes from attending. Thank you for understanding and cooperating. We want this to be a safe trip for all women and men. - If anybody is new to camping and doesn’t have some camping gear/equipment, or wants help coordinating carpooling, just lmk. After messaging me your answers, and if I feel okay about you attending, then a $30 contribution will be collected via Paypal, Venmo, or Zelle. Those who attended a past trip or volunteered with me can contribute less, like $20 - 25. More info on the campsite & final details will be sent to those who confirmed & donated. Money collected will help with Meetup fees and group supplies/expenses incurred for this trip. Leftover money will be used for planning future trips and also to buy some items to help a few homeless individuals. ____________________ Examples of recommended items to bring: - Face mask / covering Disinfectant spray/wipes, cleaning supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, etc. Sleeping bag (or bed sheet & blanket) Pillow Sleeping pad / mat or air mattress Tent Tarp, stakes, guy lines, and rain fly for tent Appropriate clothes, socks, & shoes Sweater/Jacket or blanket just in case it gets cold at night Toothbrush, toothpaste, & other hygiene items / toiletries Lip balm / chapstick Hand sanitizer or baby wipes / wet naps Sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat Earplugs Flashlight / Headlamp / Lantern Portable chair Cell phone charger cable (car adapter) or portable charger Water (or water filter) Water bottles or hydration pack Food (and cookware) Music or games First aid kit & whistle Misc items (e.g. bowl, cooking utensils, cup, eating utensils, foil, napkins, paper towels, plate, trash bags, ziploc bags, etc.) https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/family-camping-checklist.html ____________________ * Some other camping events in other Meetup groups might prohibit kids. I admire parents who introduce their child(ren) to the outdoors and respect parents who encourage kids to take a break from tv, video games, phones, computers, social media, internet, etc. So parents and kids are welcome to join. I usually ask for a payment per adult, so kids who attend are free. As long as there’s space/room at the campsite, and your child genuinely wants to attend, and it’s not a large # of kids (boys/girls scouts, youth group, your child's sports teammates, etc.). Some people don’t want kids to attend, but I try to be cool, understanding, and supportive of parents. However, we want to avoid a situation where a kid is dragged to camping trip and doesn’t want to be there (foul/negative mood, tantrum, drama, crying, etc.)...so thank you for your cooperation. ____________________ Photo Source/Credit: California Beaches, Getting on Travel, Golden Horizon Tours, Pinterest, Solvang USA, Taste, Visit California, & Visit Santa Barbara ____________________ ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Another way to help...Black Lives Matter

Online event

Hi everyone. How are you all doing? The nightmare pandemic will probably continue for the rest of this year, and possibly disrupt next year too. Some might not be ready yet to go out for any group activities/events, such as camping trips. Many people in this group are caring, friendly, giving, good-hearted, positive, etc., and might be looking for a way to get involved and help. This world seems to be full of anger, animosity, divisiveness, fear, hate, etc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h84qIt6o3qw Therefore, the world needs some who are full of compassion, generosity, joy, kindness, light, and love. Some of you would make good role models and be a positive influence. Ergo, if anyone has a heart to help, maybe during this quarantine/pandemic, you can look into mentoring. Others surely can benefit and learn from you. - The following was originally posted in June/July in response to George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Sadly, more incidents such as with Jacob Blake and Daniel Prude, might continue to occur, despite public outrage and protests...so maybe the re-post will resonate with one or two group members. - Some emphasize voting. Some recommend supporting black-owned businesses. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/18w-0RBhwBBlXDN9kRV9DVSCAGSCjtHb9K0Pq2YBv18U https://cartophile.net/black-owned-restaurants-in-l-a https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/1nWpGTCtGCU8RIgytztA07qMgqIk8J15ze6O_sNcT4E8 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/1H1px8mlEl5HVmkA1bZ2KGwKlnNqILKNoFATBW-Pt9jQ https://www.orangecoast.com/features/black-owned-businesses-and-organizations - Another way to help is mentoring. It can be time-consuming and challenging...so totally understandable many might not have the time or interest/desire. That's fine. But if one person or a few people are, then this meetup posting is for you. The coronavirus pandemic will probably stick around for a while, so there's no rush to meet kids immediately. - Based on my limited experience and observation, some kids might be closed, guarded, and standoffish to strangers...but some kids are open, friendly, and receptive to someone who expresses care and concern for them. My personal experience is anecdotal, but I truly believe many good kids are out there. - I could be wrong. I don't think being black/African-American is required. Maybe some non-profits/charities with mentoring programs might prefer a black/African-American adult mentor be paired with a black/African-American child, but some might welcome and accept diverse individuals. If a person is a positive role model, with a fun personalty and kind heart, that probably is more important than their appearance imo. - Another anecdote: Years ago, when dropping off a kid in South Central LA, while walking back to my car, a neighbor (she was African-American) saw me and asked who I was and how I knew him. She wasn't asking in a mean, rude, or invasive tone. My guess is she was genuinely surprised to see an Asian guy with a black/African-American boy in South Central LA, and therefore was curious. After explaining who I was, she actually asked me about mentoring her black son. So this is my reason in thinking some people don't mind if a mentor is of another ethnicity. - Many (myself included) have been pleasantly surprised by the diversity of people at protests. It truly feels like the community is uniting for a common effort. So maybe one or two members in this group would be interested in helping directly with a child/teen. - I myself am unsure on what to do exactly right now. Some charities/non-profits have mentoring programs...which generally have requirements such as time commitments. And of course, many people are busy, and might not have the time/ability to devote a long period of time (such as a year), or 2+ days per month of regular contact with a child/teen. There also are other ways to help that are more flexible. For example, one group has community events in Watts on Saturdays, and adults play & interact with some neighborhood kids (predominantly black community). Obviously this is different from the other things posted in this group, so my expectations are low. I'm not expecting much, but maybe 1 or 2 people will be inspired and motivated from the BLM movement, and want to get involved. But if not, it's okay. - The next section below has some examples of groups, charities, & non-profits that might have opportunities to help kids. Some might have mentoring programs, while some might have events. I don't want this to seem like it's only for black/African-American kids. Many groups listed below seem inclusive, so they should have kids/teens of different backgrounds and ethnicity. If anyone has a heart for helping someone of another demographic, or special needs/disability, or medical/health issue, or something else -- please feel free to lmk. So to recap...it might be a while until regular in-person meetup events happen (because of COVID-19), but in the meanwhile, Meetup allows and recommends "online" meetups...so we can talk. There is no obligation, requirement, or expectation to commit to anything. Even if you're just partially interested, that's fine. We know people are busy and time is limited. If coronavirus ends and people go back to their normal routines/schedule, then we understand giving up time for mentoring might be hard, so it's okay. This is just an idea for now and ergo, nobody needs to be currently 100% committed. Okay, the following are some groups & charities. When I have more time, I'll look for some more. - 100 Black Men of Los Angeles - https://www.100bmla.net A Place Called Home - https://apch.org/get-involved/mentor Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center - https://www.wootencenter.org/volunteers arc experience - https://arc-experience.com/programs/after-school/orange-county Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles - https://bbbsla.org Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County & Inland Empire - https://www.ocbigs.org Black Male Institute - http://blackmaleinstitute.org/projects Brotherhood Crusade - https://brotherhoodcrusade.org/programs-services Children Uniting Nations - http://www.childrenunitingnations.org/how-you-can-help/become-a-mentor Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles - http://cbmla.org/program Covenant House - https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-shelters/hollywood-california Flintridge Center - https://www.flintridge.org/what/youthofpromise.htm Heart of Los Angeles - https://www.heartofla.org I Have A Dream Foundation - https://www.ihadla.org/mentor Los Angeles Team Mentoring - https://latm.org/become-a-mentor National CARES Mentoring Movement - http://webvertisepreview.com Orangewood Children’s Foundation - https://orangewoodfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mentor-Flyer-02.28.19.pdf Peace 4 Kids - https://www.peace4kids.org/volunteer_signup Personal Involvement Center - https://personalinvolvementcenter.com/diva-program P.S. I Love You Foundation - http://psiloveyoufoundation.org Youth Mentoring - https://youthmentoring.org/get-involved/mentor Youth Passageways - https://youthpassageways.org/partners/youth-mentoring-connection - If this quarantine continues and anyone is stuck at home with little to do, the following are insightful and edifying imo. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYCz1ppTjiM – Inside the AC360 doll study https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQACkg5i4AY – Study shows how children view race bias https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPVNJgfDwpw – A Look at Race Relations through a Child's Eyes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OKgUdQF-Fg – Kids speak their minds about race https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFbvBJULVnc – Subconscious racial bias in children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk_x7s3QiYk – A Girl Like Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSGftZKrL7M – Toddler has perfect response for cashier who questioned black doll https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf4cea5oObY – Police https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_FE78X-qdY – We Cannot Stay Silent about George Floyd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUdHIatS36A – Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaD84DTGULo – Police Accountability https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km4uCOAzrbM – The Broken Policing System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8jUA7JBkF4 – Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwiY4i8xWIc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mcCLm_LwpE – A Class Divided https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krfcq5pF8u8 – 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6LBu9u30WA – Mindless Menace of Violence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDG6Sx9zkKI – O’er the land of the free and home of the brave - Maybe at a Women's March, I saw a sign with a thought-provoking statement...something like "Why does every woman know another woman who was raped, but no man knows a rapist?" The Me Too movement empowers women to speak their truth, and share their experiences, and we as whole (community/society) should listen to them (and believe them or not). When George Floyd and Eric Garner pleaded they couldn't breathe -- they weren't lying or exaggerating. When so many people cry out about police brutality, racial profiling, discrimination, racism, etc., maybe they aren't lying, and we should listen to them (and believe them). https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=racial+profiling https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=white+call+cops+black - Maybe we all can look beyond our own subjective experiences, and consider (and sympathize with) the struggles, oppression, suppression, inequalities, and injustices encountered by others. - Michael Brown John Crawford III Eric Garner Trayvon Martin Tamir Rice Emmett Till ...and many more - Civil Rights Movement - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=civil+rights+movement Segregation - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=desegregation Redlining - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=redlining Reconstruction & Jim Crow - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=jim+crow Civil War / Slavery - From Lincoln: "Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves.” ..."all men are created equal." 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Camping, Hiking, Relaxing, & Breathing Fresh Air @ Big Sur

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

Hi. This trip is just a tentative idea. It's not 100% happening. My initial conjecture is 50%. I won't know/decide until late October & early November. We need to wait and see how the weather is (rain, cold, etc.), road conditions (rock/mud slides, construction, closures, etc.), coronavirus pandemic, etc. - Big Sur is beautiful and if anyone hasn't traveled there yet, it should be on your bucket list of places to visit. The ocean views are scenic. Driving along the Pacific Coast is peaceful, calming, & relaxing. Being surrounded by redwood trees is also serene & tranquil. I could be wrong. I don't think coronavirus is allowed in Big Sur, so you should be able to breathe some clean, crisp, and fresh air at the beach and among the majestic trees. (This is facetious...I can't guarantee nor promise anything...however, many concur that being outdoors/outside in nature is safer than being indoors). ____________________ If the presidential election results and possible fight about mail-in-ballots and lawsuits doesn't result in an American civil war or other chaotic craziness, I'm thinking of driving up to Big Sur to rest and recover from all the political arguing, division, anger, hatred, animosity, etc. - Some important points: - 1 - This can be a typical, Friday to Sunday weekend trip, but a campsite has also been reserved for Sunday night, so attendees can stay until Monday if their schedule allows. So this trip can be: Fri - Sun Fri - Mon or Sat - Mon If anyone can't arrive on Friday, you can start on Saturday and leave on Monday (if that fits your schedule). 2 - This will be a very small group trip. For other trips, I usually reserved a large campsite or multiple, small campsites...but for this trip, I was only able to reserve one campsite. Getting a campsite in Bur Sur is very hard, so I'm sorry I wasn't able to get more to accommodate additional people. I don't mind a few people joining, if they are cool, will wear a face mask/covering, won't be loud at night, won't give me stress or cause problems, and can do their own thing in case I want to hike alone. 3 - In recent trips, we averaged 3 - 4 people per campsite. The campsite allows up to 6 people. Overflow parking is available, so if more than 2 people attend, extra vehicles can park nearby. The campground charges an entry/parking fee for additional cars. However, ground space for tents might be limited, so attendees should have a small tent if possible, which helps us with have sufficient room for everyone pitching their tent, and having distance from other tents/people in light of COVID-19. 4 - For any who are new or have never met me, I usually try to scare people away. Especially since this trip is intended to be very small, I should mention I have tested positive for @$$hole-20. It's not as contagious nor deadly as COVID-19, but if anyone is crazy to join this trip, full disclosure, you should stay at least 6 feet away from me. 5 - A couple of years ago, I went to Big Sur in late December, and the weather was "okay." It wasn't sunny or warm like in the summer, but it wasn't too cold at night imo. We'll wait and check what the weather forecasts say. If it doesn't rain and isn't gloomy, then I'll probably go. It should be less crowded compared to the busy season (summer months). btw, some things/places might be closed due to COVID-19, damage from fires or other reasons. 6 - Please have reasonable expectations. This will be a small group trip, maybe 2 - 6 people. So if you're looking to meet many people or prefer large camping trips, then this trip is not for you. You can check our other events or join other groups that plan bigger & better trips. Plus, I haven't decided on a criteria yet on deciding who goes. Again, I apologize space is limited. Getting a campsite in Big Sur is hard/competitive, so I'm sorry if some/many won't be able to join due to limited space. Some of our other trips in the future can accommodate more people...but this one will be limited. So if you're cool, understanding, and can cooperate in making this a stress-free and fun trip, then let's make this happen. :) I love the scenic views of the Pacific Ocean, so if the weather is okay, let's go breathe some clean, crisp, fresh, and coronavirus-free air! - If your phone strains your eyes, try viewing this on a larger screen (via computer / laptop) – https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/events/272772400 ____________________ Drive time is around: 6 - 6.5 hours from OC - https://goo.gl/maps/UZZCwx8anbDQF9SN8 5.5 - 6 hours from LA - https://goo.gl/maps/UpdQBAiX1NVf76D19 ____________________ Map of popular stops - http://www.bigsurcalifornia.org/map.html Map of hiking trails - http://www.hikinginbigsur.com/hikemap.html Helpful info - http://www.bigsurvisitorguide.com https://bigsurkate.blog/big-sur-interactive-highway-maps-with-slide-names-mile-markers - Hiking: http://www.bigsurcalifornia.org/hiking-trails.html http://www.hikinginbigsur.com/hikes.html https://www.alltrails.com/us/california/big-sur https://www.hikespeak.com/central-coast/big-sur http://www.redwoodhikes.com/BigSur/BigSur.html ____________________ Photos: https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=29570550 https://www.meetup.com/SoCalVolunteers/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=27100474 - Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leFq92HYE9o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PasmvLKdIGs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JZHGDFlcMg ____________________ If anyone can only start driving on Friday late afternoon (after work)...it might be scary/tiring to drive at night all the way to Big Sur (from SoCal), so one idea, is to drive partially...such as to Hearst Castle. One time, a few of us stayed at a campground (either San Simeon Creek campground or Washburn campground) on Friday night, and then on early Saturday morning, we drove the rest of the way to Big Sur. But if anyone wants to drive in the dark all the way to Big Sur, that's fine too...just be careful because some parts of the highway are windy and narrow, and can be tricky at night/in the dark. ____________________ http://www.yelp.com/biz/route-1-big-sur-coast-highway-big-sur http://www.yelp.com/biz/pacific-coast-highway-carmel http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g240329-Activities-Big_Sur_California.html http://www.yelp.com/biz/pfeiffer-big-sur-state-park-and-lodge-big-sur http://www.yelp.com/biz/julia-pfeiffer-burns-state-park-big-sur http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g28926-d147161-Reviews-Pacific_Coast_Highway_Route_1-California.html https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/scenic-big-sur-top-stops-highway-1-dream-drive ____________________ The coronavirus pandemic is still a concern. It might not seem like it, but I'm still paranoid and scared...so I will still wear a mask, and keep my distance/space, and avoid people when possible. Other than going to gas stations and a grocery store/market, and maybe other people walking by on beaches, parks, & hiking trails...I don't anticipate being in contact with other people. Again, I don't mind going alone...but if a few people really want to get-away and want to join, then this can be a small group trip with a few other people. ____________________ I'm not a mind-reader, so if anyone is seriously interested in attending, please contact me directly in November (message me via Meetup) with a quick message to inquire about the trip. If using the Meetup app on your phone, look under Attendees, and tap on wise|man. If using a computer / laptop, you can also look under Attendees for my profile/account, or you can go directly to https://www.meetup.com/LA_Camping/members/69743242 or https://www.meetup.com/OC_Camping/members/69743242 ____________________ Photo Source/Credit: American Southwest, California Beaches, Campone, Lonely Planet, Parks Management Co, Planetware, Redwood Hikes, Travel + Leisure, and Visit California ____________________ 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Another way to help...Black Lives Matter

Online event

Hi everyone. How are you all doing? The nightmare pandemic will probably continue for the rest of this year, and possibly disrupt next year too. Some might not be ready yet to go out for any group activities/events, such as camping trips. Many people in this group are caring, friendly, giving, good-hearted, positive, etc., and might be looking for a way to get involved and help. This world seems to be full of anger, animosity, divisiveness, fear, hate, etc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h84qIt6o3qw Therefore, the world needs some who are full of compassion, generosity, joy, kindness, light, and love. Some of you would make good role models and be a positive influence. Ergo, if anyone has a heart to help, maybe during this quarantine/pandemic, you can look into mentoring. Others surely can benefit and learn from you. - The following was originally posted in June/July in response to George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Sadly, more incidents such as with Jacob Blake and Daniel Prude, might continue to occur, despite public outrage and protests...so maybe the re-post will resonate with one or two group members. - Some emphasize voting. Some recommend supporting black-owned businesses. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/18w-0RBhwBBlXDN9kRV9DVSCAGSCjtHb9K0Pq2YBv18U https://cartophile.net/black-owned-restaurants-in-l-a https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/1nWpGTCtGCU8RIgytztA07qMgqIk8J15ze6O_sNcT4E8 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/1H1px8mlEl5HVmkA1bZ2KGwKlnNqILKNoFATBW-Pt9jQ https://www.orangecoast.com/features/black-owned-businesses-and-organizations - Another way to help is mentoring. It can be time-consuming and challenging...so totally understandable many might not have the time or interest/desire. That's fine. But if one person or a few people are, then this meetup posting is for you. The coronavirus pandemic will probably stick around for a while, so there's no rush to meet kids immediately. - Based on my limited experience and observation, some kids might be closed, guarded, and standoffish to strangers...but some kids are open, friendly, and receptive to someone who expresses care and concern for them. My personal experience is anecdotal, but I truly believe many good kids are out there. - I could be wrong. I don't think being black/African-American is required. Maybe some non-profits/charities with mentoring programs might prefer a black/African-American adult mentor be paired with a black/African-American child, but some might welcome and accept diverse individuals. If a person is a positive role model, with a fun personalty and kind heart, that probably is more important than their appearance imo. - Another anecdote: Years ago, when dropping off a kid in South Central LA, while walking back to my car, a neighbor (she was African-American) saw me and asked who I was and how I knew him. She wasn't asking in a mean, rude, or invasive tone. My guess is she was genuinely surprised to see an Asian guy with a black/African-American boy in South Central LA, and therefore was curious. After explaining who I was, she actually asked me about mentoring her black son. So this is my reason in thinking some people don't mind if a mentor is of another ethnicity. - Many (myself included) have been pleasantly surprised by the diversity of people at protests. It truly feels like the community is uniting for a common effort. So maybe one or two members in this group would be interested in helping directly with a child/teen. - I myself am unsure on what to do exactly right now. Some charities/non-profits have mentoring programs...which generally have requirements such as time commitments. And of course, many people are busy, and might not have the time/ability to devote a long period of time (such as a year), or 2+ days per month of regular contact with a child/teen. There also are other ways to help that are more flexible. For example, one group has community events in Watts on Saturdays, and adults play & interact with some neighborhood kids (predominantly black community). Obviously this is different from the other things posted in this group, so my expectations are low. I'm not expecting much, but maybe 1 or 2 people will be inspired and motivated from the BLM movement, and want to get involved. But if not, it's okay. - The next section below has some examples of groups, charities, & non-profits that might have opportunities to help kids. Some might have mentoring programs, while some might have events. I don't want this to seem like it's only for black/African-American kids. Many groups listed below seem inclusive, so they should have kids/teens of different backgrounds and ethnicity. If anyone has a heart for helping someone of another demographic, or special needs/disability, or medical/health issue, or something else -- please feel free to lmk. So to recap...it might be a while until regular in-person meetup events happen (because of COVID-19), but in the meanwhile, Meetup allows and recommends "online" meetups...so we can talk. There is no obligation, requirement, or expectation to commit to anything. Even if you're just partially interested, that's fine. We know people are busy and time is limited. If coronavirus ends and people go back to their normal routines/schedule, then we understand giving up time for mentoring might be hard, so it's okay. This is just an idea for now and ergo, nobody needs to be currently 100% committed. Okay, the following are some groups & charities. When I have more time, I'll look for some more. - 100 Black Men of Los Angeles - https://www.100bmla.net A Place Called Home - https://apch.org/get-involved/mentor Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center - https://www.wootencenter.org/volunteers arc experience - https://arc-experience.com/programs/after-school/orange-county Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles - https://bbbsla.org Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County & Inland Empire - https://www.ocbigs.org Black Male Institute - http://blackmaleinstitute.org/projects Brotherhood Crusade - https://brotherhoodcrusade.org/programs-services Children Uniting Nations - http://www.childrenunitingnations.org/how-you-can-help/become-a-mentor Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles - http://cbmla.org/program Covenant House - https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-shelters/hollywood-california Flintridge Center - https://www.flintridge.org/what/youthofpromise.htm Heart of Los Angeles - https://www.heartofla.org I Have A Dream Foundation - https://www.ihadla.org/mentor Los Angeles Team Mentoring - https://latm.org/become-a-mentor National CARES Mentoring Movement - http://webvertisepreview.com Orangewood Children’s Foundation - https://orangewoodfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mentor-Flyer-02.28.19.pdf Peace 4 Kids - https://www.peace4kids.org/volunteer_signup Personal Involvement Center - https://personalinvolvementcenter.com/diva-program P.S. I Love You Foundation - http://psiloveyoufoundation.org Youth Mentoring - https://youthmentoring.org/get-involved/mentor Youth Passageways - https://youthpassageways.org/partners/youth-mentoring-connection - If this quarantine continues and anyone is stuck at home with little to do, the following are insightful and edifying imo. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYCz1ppTjiM – Inside the AC360 doll study https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQACkg5i4AY – Study shows how children view race bias https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPVNJgfDwpw – A Look at Race Relations through a Child's Eyes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OKgUdQF-Fg – Kids speak their minds about race https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFbvBJULVnc – Subconscious racial bias in children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk_x7s3QiYk – A Girl Like Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSGftZKrL7M – Toddler has perfect response for cashier who questioned black doll https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf4cea5oObY – Police https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_FE78X-qdY – We Cannot Stay Silent about George Floyd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUdHIatS36A – Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaD84DTGULo – Police Accountability https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km4uCOAzrbM – The Broken Policing System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8jUA7JBkF4 – Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwiY4i8xWIc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mcCLm_LwpE – A Class Divided https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krfcq5pF8u8 – 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6LBu9u30WA – Mindless Menace of Violence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDG6Sx9zkKI – O’er the land of the free and home of the brave - Maybe at a Women's March, I saw a sign with a thought-provoking statement...something like "Why does every woman know another woman who was raped, but no man knows a rapist?" The Me Too movement empowers women to speak their truth, and share their experiences, and we as whole (community/society) should listen to them (and believe them or not). When George Floyd and Eric Garner pleaded they couldn't breathe -- they weren't lying or exaggerating. When so many people cry out about police brutality, racial profiling, discrimination, racism, etc., maybe they aren't lying, and we should listen to them (and believe them). https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=racial+profiling https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=white+call+cops+black - Maybe we all can look beyond our own subjective experiences, and consider (and sympathize with) the struggles, oppression, suppression, inequalities, and injustices encountered by others. - Michael Brown John Crawford III Eric Garner Trayvon Martin Tamir Rice Emmett Till ...and many more - Civil Rights Movement - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=civil+rights+movement Segregation - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=desegregation Redlining - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=redlining Reconstruction & Jim Crow - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=jim+crow Civil War / Slavery - From Lincoln: "Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves.” ..."all men are created equal." 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