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“HAPPY K9, HAPPY WINE” 🍷 🐾 Meet Your Dog’s New Friends, and Your Own!!!

Do you fancy going out with your lovely furry mate? Want your dog to socialize with others whilst you’re relaxing and enjoying yourself with other like-minded humans?

Then this is the group for you! Together with our dogs, we’re meeting up for a patio happy hour, weekend brunch, dinner, seasonal partieas and even sailing events, just to name a few. And you can host events too if you want (ask Yuka about it)!

Free yourself from feeling guilty leaving your dog back home or feeling something is missing, let’s chill and have fun altogether!!!

Upcoming events (5)

Morning Walk in Beverly Hills! 🐾

Beverly Hills City Hall

(IMPORTANT: There might be some changes or restrictions due to COVID-19. For more information about this event, you can go to www.bhhealthycitywalk.com or email [masked].) How about a morning stroll in the fresh air in Beverly Hills? This dog-friendly event occurs weekly on Mondays. Michael W. George, the management analyst of the city, told your organizer Yuka "It's a public event and *all are welcome to attend, including dogs! We gather on the Crescent steps of City Hall at 8:30 a.m. and visit various points of interest in the city. The walk usually concludes around 10:30 a.m." (*includes nonresidents) So, get a pair of walking shoes, bottle of water to share with your dog, and enjoy the walk! PARKING: Free 2-hour parking available at the Civic Center Structure (on Rexford Drive, next to the Library)

Camping w/ your pooch: Big Pine Lakes!! Fishing, Glaciers, Roaring Rivers

Big Pine Creek Campground

First of all, . .Big Pine Lakes is an amazing hidden gem. The water is a crazy hue. The Minarets rising above are stunning. This is a PURRRRFECT event to bring your furchild with. Campsite is dog friendly. The trail allows dogs. Come join. We went her last year and filled it to max. This year we will limit our total number to HALF for social distance. With less capacity DO NOT DELAY!! There are amazing places on the way there and nearby as side trips. Such as the Anceint Bristlecone Forest, Mansanar, Alabama Hills, Fossil Falls or Red Rock Canyon (Cantil). Even with that: You don't see trips often to Big Pine Lakes. This is because area is only open from May to October. With such a small window sites are super hard to get. Especially for holiday weekends. AND WE HAVE AN AMAZING SITE! Tons of conveniences. There is a small cafe that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a small general store with a few necessities for if you need them. We are NOT on a group site. We have the entire park of small individual sites. Se it makes it better for distance issues. Many of the sites have electrical and water at the site. Restrooms are close. Space for cars, and an overflow lots near. Best of all . . . There is a Fish Pond!!!!! Stocked with trout. You can even catch dinner. The fish pond is free!!! For fishing you will need to buy (AND HAVE WITH YOU) a fishing licence before you go. They do rent poles at the general store and have bait too. Tons of shade from mature pines for many of the sites We are steps away from the trail-head AND steps away from the roaring glacier fed Big Pine Creek. Drive Time to the site from LA is about 3 1/2 hours. The site is located at 7,800 ft so it's cooler. You only need the basics of camping gear. You will revive a packing and equipment list recommendations . Food: Food prep and storage is going to be new distancing issue. Bring your own food, and storage (cooler). Everyone does their own food prep. Paper plates provided (they do burn well for campfires). FLEXIBILITY Leave LA when you can. Arrive at the campsite as late as you wish. We have the site Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun. You can 2, 3 or 4 nights. Thurs 12:00 Noon is the earliest you may arrive. People are still arriving at midnight. Since 3 1/2 hrs from LA. Leave at 6 and be there 9:30. The road to the site is not winding. Many will have Fri off. They can come Thurs and to Sun or Mon If you have Mon off but not Fri. Do Fri, Sat, Sun The Plan is Hiking to Big Pine Lakes on Sat. Whats about 4th of July? THERE IS A LARGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN BISHOP. 15 mins up the road. For Sat eve we can go to there. Even have bite town if you do not wish to cook. There is ALSO to do: Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest For the ride home Schat's Bakery Mansanar Alabama Hills Fossil Falls Cost for this adventure? 3 or 4 nights on a Holiday Weekend in an AMAZING place Fishing/Fishpond, Cafe, roaring river and AMAZING ALPINE LAKES $118 per person https://www.paypal.me/IWantToDoThat/118 Venmo is @IWantToDoThat More days. Close distance to LA. Great site with amenities and social distance Fireworks close by. Dogs OK. Kids OK. Under 18 is 1/2 cost. Refunds? The event will occur Rain or Shine (or snow). No cancel on our end due to weather. If you wish to cancel due to weather or change of plans: 100% Full Credit will be applied to ANY future event we run. This includes any Camping, Wine Trip, San Francisco Trip, or Overseas International Trips like Meetup On The Orient Express, Bucket List Italy w/Mardi Gras in Venice, Night Trains Spain with Pamplona and Running of the Bulls. Again . . If you need to cancel, you will be Credited for 100% towards any future paid event of ours with no expiration and no change fees.

Morning Walk in Beverly Hills! 🐾

Beverly Hills City Hall

(IMPORTANT: There might be some changes or restrictions due to COVID-19. For more information about this event, you can go to www.bhhealthycitywalk.com or email [masked].) How about a morning stroll in the fresh air in Beverly Hills? This dog-friendly event occurs weekly on Mondays. Michael W. George, the management analyst of the city, told your organizer Yuka "It's a public event and *all are welcome to attend, including dogs! We gather on the Crescent steps of City Hall at 8:30 a.m. and visit various points of interest in the city. The walk usually concludes around 10:30 a.m." (*includes nonresidents) So, get a pair of walking shoes, bottle of water to share with your dog, and enjoy the walk! PARKING: Free 2-hour parking available at the Civic Center Structure (on Rexford Drive, next to the Library)

Morning Walk in Beverly Hills! 🐾

Beverly Hills City Hall

(IMPORTANT: There might be some changes or restrictions due to COVID-19. For more information about this event, you can go to www.bhhealthycitywalk.com or email [masked].) How about a morning stroll in the fresh air in Beverly Hills? This dog-friendly event occurs weekly on Mondays. Michael W. George, the management analyst of the city, told your organizer Yuka "It's a public event and *all are welcome to attend, including dogs! We gather on the Crescent steps of City Hall at 8:30 a.m. and visit various points of interest in the city. The walk usually concludes around 10:30 a.m." (*includes nonresidents) So, get a pair of walking shoes, bottle of water to share with your dog, and enjoy the walk! PARKING: Free 2-hour parking available at the Civic Center Structure (on Rexford Drive, next to the Library)

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Morning Walk in Beverly Hills! 🐾

Beverly Hills City Hall

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