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Learning Opportunity - WFA Feb. 3-4

From: Terrie
Sent on: Monday, January 29, 2018 2:21 PM

Wisps of cool morning mist dampen your face as you pedal down from Coyote Ridge along the Miwok Trail in Marin Headlands. Rolling faster now, you stand on your pedals to meet a patch of loose rocks and wham! you’re in a pillow of fog. Bereft of sight you hear the crunch of tires on dry eucalyptus leaves at the same time your front wheel skids out from under you. Searing pain rips up your right calf, but the loud crack and ripping of your shoulder and neck cause real alarm. Fumbling for your cell, you curse when you see your one bar flicker on and off.

If you can’t get to a doctor in an hour or less, you’re in a remote location. Wilderness First Aid training provides you with a system for coping with injuries and illnesses over an extended period of time, reducing anxiety and improving outcomes.

If you hike, bike, climb, backpack or paddle, you need this class:

or just visit to register.

You can call or message me if you have any questions.




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