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On Tuesday, August 11th at 5:30 Pacific/8:30 Eastern, grab your beverage of choice, log in to Zoom, and let's chat! For this month’s Virtual Happy Hour, we’ll be discussing our favorite hiking trails. Perhaps you’ve had the opportunity to hike the beautiful trails in Southern California such as the Six Pack of Peaks, the John Muir Trail, Half Dome in Yosemite, or Angels Landing in Zion, the Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon, the Camino de Santiago in Spain, the Lemosho Route to the top of Kilimanjaro, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu… or something else as the trails are endless… OR perhaps you want to get out and explore these trails someday. Whichever it may be, join the fun on August 11th! Share your favorite trail while learning about trails around the globe for when the world reopens and we can get out and adventure again. In the meantime, we’ll meet on Zoom and stay #SaferatHome. Sign up/register here or on the sc2030.org page & the Zoom info. will be sent to you.
"It's Always an Adventure" and while we can't get out to adventure right now due to COVID-19, what we can do is read about the outdoors! Pick up our third book club pick, Blue Highways: A Journey into America by William Least Heat-Moon, and join us for a virtual gathering on Thursday, August 27th, 2020 at 5:30pm Pacific Time/8:30pm Eastern Time to discuss our thoughts about the book in addition to our longings for our next great adventure! Register at www.kristamuscarella.com/book-club to receive an email containing the Zoom Meeting ID and password for the book club discussion. A copy of the book club selection, Blue Highways: A Journey into America by William Least Heat-Moon, can be purchased online, in-store, or loaned at the library. Whichever you choose, please consider supporting your local independent bookstore or public library. Hailed as a masterpiece of American travel writing, Blue Highways is an unforgettable journey along our nation's backroads. Description: “William Least Heat-Moon set out with little more than the need to put home behind him and a sense of curiosity about "those little towns that get on the map -- if they get on at all -- only because some cartographer has a blank space to fill: Remote, Oregon; Simplicity, Virginia; New Freedom, Pennsylvania; New Hope, Tennessee; Why, Arizona; Whynot, Mississippi. His adventures, his discoveries, and his recollections of the extraordinary people he encountered along the way amount to a revelation of the true American experience." Enjoy the book! Hope to see you on Thursday, August 27th at 5:30pm Pacific Time/8:30pm Eastern Time on Zoom!