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"Don't do mornings", come join us! Meet new friends to share afternoon 1-4 hour, easy to moderate with some more challenging nature walks and hikes plus other arts and entertainment activities. Don't forget to check the day of an event for any changes. Please give yourself plenty of time to find us, since we only wait an extra 10-15 minutes before starting an event to be fair to everyone. We will occasionally post a "Dog Friendly" event, which is the ONLY TIME when friendly, well behaved dogs will be welcome but they must be on a leash and under strict control of the owner. Owners should find out and respect the rules of the park, provide water, for their dog and follow requests made by the organizers.

A $25.00 yrly. donation to defray the over $200.00 yrly. meetup advertising fee and other costs involved in running the group would be appreciated and can be made when you attend an event. Your guests can pay a $2 donation on their second outing with us and for any additional outings. Additional donations always welcome.

If you have been a member for several months and attended numerous level hikes, or and have led hikes for other groups please let me know if you would be interested in hosting some events as an organizer. Suggestions are welcome. We have many more bridges to cross and paths to explore so come share the journey!

As with all of our events, you are responsible for your own safety and the safety of your guests. Hiking can be dangerous and injuries can occur, sometimes fatal. Trail blazes can sometimes be missing so there is always the possibility of getting off trail and possibly lost. Knowing this you agree to hike at your own risk and we cannot be held responsible for any injuries you or your guests may incur. Into the woods we go!!

Upcoming events (5)

Staying Connected

Needs a location

I am following in our friend and wonderful organizer Martines' footsteps in setting up this "on line, daily meetup". It will be for the duration of this pandemic or until it no longer seems needed. The purpose of this "daily meetup" is to keep everyone connected and to share what you are doing to get thru this challenging time. Feel free to share photos of scenic places you have been to or are going to during this time, poetry, inspirational secular quotes, tasteful links to jokes and utubes to uplift our spirits, recipes, exercise utubes, etc. Other activities we can continue to do are gardening, feeding the birds, enjoying our wildlife, star gazing, reading, online classes, dancing, drumming, chanting, singing, arts and crafts, bicycling, walks and hikes on your own and everything keeping a 6 foot social distance. Ideally the least amount of people you come into contact with the better for everyone. This is a good time to de-clutter if you have the inspiration, catch up with old friends and family by phone, letters, emails, FaceTime, etc. There are also volunteer opportunities but first and mostly take care of yourself and your health by washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face, using disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers with 60% or more of alcohol, using masks and disposable gloves where there are large crowds like supermarkets. Avoid carpooling, food sharing and gathering in confined places. As many of us are in the over 60 "kid" crowd, we need to be especially careful as we have become "delicate flowers" ! There will always be some conflicting info out there so it is always best to err on the side of caution until this passes. To a brighter tomorrow and may we share many more good times in the months and years to come! May the Force be With Us! With much love and healing wishes.

Staying Connected

Needs a location

I am following in our friend and wonderful organizer Martines' footsteps in setting up this "on line, daily meetup". It will be for the duration of this pandemic or until it no longer seems needed. The purpose of this "daily meetup" is to keep everyone connected and to share what you are doing to get thru this challenging time. Feel free to share photos of scenic places you have been to or are going to during this time, poetry, inspirational secular quotes, tasteful links to jokes and utubes to uplift our spirits, recipes, exercise utubes, etc. Other activities we can continue to do are gardening, feeding the birds, enjoying our wildlife, star gazing, reading, online classes, dancing, drumming, chanting, singing, arts and crafts, bicycling, walks and hikes on your own and everything keeping a 6 foot social distance. Ideally the least amount of people you come into contact with the better for everyone. This is a good time to de-clutter if you have the inspiration, catch up with old friends and family by phone, letters, emails, FaceTime, etc. There are also volunteer opportunities but first and mostly take care of yourself and your health by washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face, using disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers with 60% or more of alcohol, using masks and disposable gloves where there are large crowds like supermarkets. Avoid carpooling, food sharing and gathering in confined places. As many of us are in the over 60 "kid" crowd, we need to be especially careful as we have become "delicate flowers" ! There will always be some conflicting info out there so it is always best to err on the side of caution until this passes. To a brighter tomorrow and may we share many more good times in the months and years to come! May the Force be With Us! With much love and healing wishes.

Staying Connected

Needs a location

I am following in our friend and wonderful organizer Martines' footsteps in setting up this "on line, daily meetup". It will be for the duration of this pandemic or until it no longer seems needed. The purpose of this "daily meetup" is to keep everyone connected and to share what you are doing to get thru this challenging time. Feel free to share photos of scenic places you have been to or are going to during this time, poetry, inspirational secular quotes, tasteful links to jokes and utubes to uplift our spirits, recipes, exercise utubes, etc. Other activities we can continue to do are gardening, feeding the birds, enjoying our wildlife, star gazing, reading, online classes, dancing, drumming, chanting, singing, arts and crafts, bicycling, walks and hikes on your own and everything keeping a 6 foot social distance. Ideally the least amount of people you come into contact with the better for everyone. This is a good time to de-clutter if you have the inspiration, catch up with old friends and family by phone, letters, emails, FaceTime, etc. There are also volunteer opportunities but first and mostly take care of yourself and your health by washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face, using disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers with 60% or more of alcohol, using masks and disposable gloves where there are large crowds like supermarkets. Avoid carpooling, food sharing and gathering in confined places. As many of us are in the over 60 "kid" crowd, we need to be especially careful as we have become "delicate flowers" ! There will always be some conflicting info out there so it is always best to err on the side of caution until this passes. To a brighter tomorrow and may we share many more good times in the months and years to come! May the Force be With Us! With much love and healing wishes.

Staying Connected

Needs a location

I am following in our friend and wonderful organizer Martines' footsteps in setting up this "on line, daily meetup". It will be for the duration of this pandemic or until it no longer seems needed. The purpose of this "daily meetup" is to keep everyone connected and to share what you are doing to get thru this challenging time. Feel free to share photos of scenic places you have been to or are going to during this time, poetry, inspirational secular quotes, tasteful links to jokes and utubes to uplift our spirits, recipes, exercise utubes, etc. Other activities we can continue to do are gardening, feeding the birds, enjoying our wildlife, star gazing, reading, online classes, dancing, drumming, chanting, singing, arts and crafts, bicycling, walks and hikes on your own and everything keeping a 6 foot social distance. Ideally the least amount of people you come into contact with the better for everyone. This is a good time to de-clutter if you have the inspiration, catch up with old friends and family by phone, letters, emails, FaceTime, etc. There are also volunteer opportunities but first and mostly take care of yourself and your health by washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face, using disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers with 60% or more of alcohol, using masks and disposable gloves where there are large crowds like supermarkets. Avoid carpooling, food sharing and gathering in confined places. As many of us are in the over 60 "kid" crowd, we need to be especially careful as we have become "delicate flowers" ! There will always be some conflicting info out there so it is always best to err on the side of caution until this passes. To a brighter tomorrow and may we share many more good times in the months and years to come! May the Force be With Us! With much love and healing wishes.

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