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Lotsa new events for the Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club

Posted by Oyster on June 6, 2006

Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking ClubHere’s a ton of new activity with the Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club (whew! say that 10 times fast!). I would have just pointed you to their website’s announcement page, but it seems to be a bit behind. Real Soon Now ™, I’ll have a calendar form of all this information. You may want to join their mailing list to receive these announcements directly. Here’s a bit about the club:

Established in 1983, the Club has over 300 members residing as far north as Santa Rosa, as far south as the Monterey Peninsula, and as far east as the Sacramento area.

Eight to ten events every month allow people the chance to meet others while exploring some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

In these relaxed, informal surroundings, many long-standing friendships have been made and yet–even several marriages and new generations of young hikers have appeared.

We invite you to join us at our events soon. Please register on this site to receive our monthly calendar FREE each month via email or email webmaster Tanya Gal for more information.

And here are the announcements:

Hi Hikers,

Join us on Sat, 6/10, for a hike around scenic Lake Elizabeth in
Fremont. There are a few spaces left for the Mt. Tam Mountain Play
and Hike Event on Sun, 6/11. Call the leader ASAP at (707) 579-9271
if you are interested. Enjoy an outdoor performance of Fiddler on the
Roof and an optional 7 mile hike from the Mountain Theater down into
Mill Valley with the group following the play.

Explore Angel Island in Marin or visit San Jose’s fascinating Tech
Museum on Sat, 6/17, and hike through a lush forest on the Redwood
Trail in the East Bay on Sun, 6/18. Enjoy spectacular coastal views
on a 10 mile Marin Headlands hike on Sat, 6/24.

In response to requests from our members, we have organized a hike
and optional dinner for hikers aged 25-49 at Tilden Park on Sun, 6/25.

To help mail our calendar for next month, provide input for future
events, and enjoy dessert, please attend our meeting in the Peninsula
on Wed evening, 6/28.

Upcoming events in July include a hike at Pomo Canyon in the North
Bay on Sat, 7/1, our annual hike and potluck picnic at Bass Lake on
Sun, 7/2, and a hike through a beautiful coastal redwood forest at
Butano State Park on Sat, 29th.

Please below for descriptions of all the events. There is no need to
RSVP for any of the events except for Fidddler on the Roof; just show
up.

See you on the trails.

Regards,
Sharon

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JUNE 2006 CALENDAR – BAY AREA JEWISH SINGLES HIKING CLUB
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Fremont – Lake Elizabeth 2, 4, or 6 Mile Hike, Southeast Bay
Saturday, June 10th, $3
2:30 p.m. trailhead

There is an easy and pleasant 2 mile paved trail that circles Lake
Elizabeth in Fremont. This trail passes close to the water, making
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MT TAM PLAY AND HIKE, Marin
Sunday, June 11th
9:30 a.m. Manzanita Parking Lot
Advance reservation only. $28

This year\’s Mountain Play is “Fiddler on the Roof”. How perfect. The
event is a lot of fun. Please reserve early because space is limited.
We will meet at the parking lot at Highway 101 and Stinson Beach
exit, and travel by bus to the outdoor theater. After the play, we
\’ll hike the 7 miles, 1900 feet DOWN to Mill Valley where we take a
shuttle bus to our cars. (Transportation is included in cost of play.
This includes bus transportation back for those who choose not to
hike.) IT IS AN ALL DAY EVENT. Bring food to share, layered clothes,
hat, comfortable hiking shoes, sunscreen, and plenty of liquids for
the hike. Water is available at the trailhead. Refreshments and
souvenirs will be available for sale. You may wish to bring a cushion
or towel as the theater has “rock seating”. Cushions may be rented at
the theater. Optional dinner after the hike. To reserve space, send
you check so that it is received no later than June 4th.Cancellation
policy: Refunds given only if your ticket is sold, in which case a
$5.00 processing fee will be charged. Please make checks payable to
“,1] ); //–>the hike especially enjoyable. You can choose to do the loop once,
twice, or three times. Optional dinner follows at Sweet Tomatoes
Buffet nearby.

Directions: From Hwy 880, take the Stevenson Blvd. exit. Go about two
miles east towards the hills. Turn right on Paseo Padre Pkwy, then
take the first left into the park. You will see the boathouse ahead
and to the right. We will meet at the boathouse on the parking lot
side. If you are coming by BART, you can walk the extra mile from
Fremont BART to the park or call the leader to arrange a ride. RAIN?
Try your rain repellent jacket. For more information, call Ray at
(510) 505-0213.

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MT TAM PLAY AND HIKE, Marin
Sunday, June 11th
9:30 a.m. Manzanita Parking Lot
Advance reservation only. $28

This year’s Mountain Play is “Fiddler on the Roof”. How perfect. The
event is a lot of fun. Please reserve early because space is limited.
We will meet at the parking lot at Highway 101 and Stinson Beach
exit, and travel by bus to the outdoor theater. After the play, we
‘ll hike the 7 miles, 1900 feet DOWN to Mill Valley where we take a
shuttle bus to our cars. (Transportation is included in cost of play.
This includes bus transportation back for those who choose not to
hike.) IT IS AN ALL DAY EVENT. Bring food to share, layered clothes,
hat, comfortable hiking shoes, sunscreen, and plenty of liquids for
the hike. Water is available at the trailhead. Refreshments and
souvenirs will be available for sale. You may wish to bring a cushion
or towel as the theater has “rock seating”. Cushions may be rented at
the theater. Optional dinner after the hike. To reserve space, send
you check so that it is received no later than June 4th.Cancellation
policy: Refunds given only if your ticket is sold, in which case a
$5.00 processing fee will be charged. Please make checks payable to
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Exploring Angel Island
Saturday, June 17th, $10 for ferry
10:45 a.m. Tiburon Ferry

This event is colisted with the South Bay Sierra Singles. Join Jack
on a hike at one of my favorite bay area locations. Angel Island is a
pearl in the middle of San Francisco Bay. We will walk the Island\’s
perimeter trail and stop to see the areas of historical interest,
specifically the Immigration Station where many Asian born Americans
may trace their roots and hike up to Mount Livermore, the top of the
island. Bring lunch, liquids, sun block, layered clothing, and ferry
from Tiburon ($10) and dinner. Optional dinner afterwards is at the
inexpensive and tasty Pasta Pommodoro in Mill Valley. Event covers 7
miles with under 1000 feet of elevation gain. Meet at the Angel
Island Ferry Terminal in Tiburon for the 11:00 am ferry. Leader: Jack
Borok, zchok@aol.com.

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Tech Museum Tour, San Jose
Saturday, June 17th, $10 (or $16 combo with IMAX)
10:30 a.m.

Join us for a tour of San Jose\’s fascinating Tech Museum. Just as
hiking can be an inspiration, so is the Tech. It is focused on
inspiring the innovator in everyone. It will be a memorable
“,1] ); //–>Zelda Bettman, and send with a stamped, self addressed envelope to
Z.Bettman, P.O. Box 4506, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. For more info,
contact Zelda at (707) 579-9271, 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Directions to Manzanita Parking Lot: Take Hwy 101 North to the
Stinson Beach (Hwy 1) exit. After going under the freeway, take an
immediate left into the parking lot. If you are coming from the East
Bay, take the Richmond Bridge to Hwy 101 and go south to the Hwy 1
exit. Public transit Alternative: 9:16 a.m. GG Transit #10 from San
Francisco.

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Exploring Angel Island
Saturday, June 17th, $10 for ferry
10:45 a.m. Tiburon Ferry

This event is colisted with the South Bay Sierra Singles. Join Jack
on a hike at one of my favorite bay area locations. Angel Island is a
pearl in the middle of San Francisco Bay. We will walk the Island’s
perimeter trail and stop to see the areas of historical interest,
specifically the Immigration Station where many Asian born Americans
may trace their roots and hike up to Mount Livermore, the top of the
island. Bring lunch, liquids, sun block, layered clothing, and ferry
from Tiburon ($10) and dinner. Optional dinner afterwards is at the
inexpensive and tasty Pasta Pommodoro in Mill Valley. Event covers 7
miles with under 1000 feet of elevation gain. Meet at the Angel
Island Ferry Terminal in Tiburon for the 11:00 am ferry. Leader: Jack
Borok, zchok@aol.com.

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Tech Museum Tour, San Jose
Saturday, June 17th, $10 (or $16 combo with IMAX)
10:30 a.m.

Join us for a tour of San Jose’s fascinating Tech Museum. Just as
hiking can be an inspiration, so is the Tech. It is focused on
inspiring the innovator in everyone. It will be a memorable
http://www.thetech.org. Their phone number is (408)-294-TECH (8324).

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Redwood Trail Hike, East Bay
Sunday, June 18th, $3
10:30 a.m. Orinda BART

Join us for a hike through a redwood forest on the Redwood Trail.
This trail begins at the Valle Vista Staging area (on Canyon Road in
Moraga, a short distance west of Camino Pablo in Moraga. The staging
area is on the left side of the road if you are going west from
Moraga). We will hike through a redwood forest. After about 20
minutes the trail winds steadily up the slope through a forest of
ancient redwood stumps and young straight trees to East Ridge Trail
in Redwood Regional Park. We will have lunch near the Redwood Gate,
which is about 1.61 miles from the start. After lunch we will do a
loop hike in this park and then return to the Valle Vista staging
area. The hike will be about 7 miles. We will meet at 10:30 a.m. at
the entrance of the Orinda BART station and carpool to the Valle
Vista staging area. Please bring lunch and adequate water. HEAVY RAIN
“,1] ); //–>experience and I hope you will join us.

Admission price is $10.00. For those wanting to see an IMAX Feature
after lunch, you can purchase a combo ticket for $16.00. The IMAX is
an additional $10.00. We will have a late lunch or take a break
midway through our visit, and eat at Cafe Primavera, located in the
museum. Parking at the lot at Second and San Carlos St. (next to
Camera Cinema) is $3.00 with validation at the museum. Other lots are
free on weekends and are listed at the Tech website link for San Jose
Parking. There are also links for BART and Caltran.

For more info, call Marianne at (415) 552-8806 (her cell no. is (415)
297-5103). The Tech Museum website has additional information at
www.thetech.org. Their phone number is (408)-294-TECH (8324).

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Redwood Trail Hike, East Bay
Sunday, June 18th, $3
10:30 a.m. Orinda BART

Join us for a hike through a redwood forest on the Redwood Trail.
This trail begins at the Valle Vista Staging area (on Canyon Road in
Moraga, a short distance west of Camino Pablo in Moraga. The staging
area is on the left side of the road if you are going west from
Moraga). We will hike through a redwood forest. After about 20
minutes the trail winds steadily up the slope through a forest of
ancient redwood stumps and young straight trees to East Ridge Trail
in Redwood Regional Park. We will have lunch near the Redwood Gate,
which is about 1.61 miles from the start. After lunch we will do a
loop hike in this park and then return to the Valle Vista staging
area. The hike will be about 7 miles. We will meet at 10:30 a.m. at
the entrance of the Orinda BART station and carpool to the Valle
Vista staging area. Please bring lunch and adequate water. HEAVY RAIN
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GGNRA – Marin Headlands Hike, Marin
Saturday, June 24th, FREE
9:15 a.m. Rockridge BART
10:05 a.m. Manzanita Parking Lot

This event is co-listed with Sierra Singles. Explore with leader Neil
Kaplan (510) 451-5252 as we visit the ruins of Hill 88 on Wolf Ridge
and other ridges on this 10 mile hike with open rolling hills and
splendid views of southern Marin and the Golden Gate. There will be a
possible afternoon stop at Tennessee Beach. Expect sun, wind, fog and
a few steep sections with some tough footing at a moderate pace.
Drivers meet leader at the Manzanita commuter parking lot (under Hwy
101 at the Hwy 1 turnoff) at 10:05 am or meet at the Rockridge BART
(east side of College Ave) at 9:15 am to create carpools to the
Tennessee Valley trailhead where parking there can be quite tight on
a sunny weekend. Bring hats and sweater, food and enough water. Few
facilities.

Directions to Manzanita Parking Lot: Take Hwy 101 North to the
Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit. After going under the
freeway, take an immediate left into the parking lot. If you are
coming from the East Bay, take the Richmond Bridge to Hwy 101 and Hwy
101 South to the Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit.

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25-49 Tilden Park Peak and Lake Hike, East Bay
Sunday, June 25th, $3
1:15 p.m. North Berkeley BART carpool (eat lunch before the hike)

In response to requests from our members, we have organized a 5-6
mile hike for ages 25-49 at Tilden Park in the Berkeley Hills. Join
Sharon and Jackie as we hike the scenic Peak Trail through lush
forest to a spectacular outlook with views of the entire Bay Area. We
will also visit the animals at the Little Farm, with possible
“,1] ); //–>CANCELS. For information call Isaac at (925) 228-4213 before 8:30 p.m.

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GGNRA – Marin Headlands Hike, Marin
Saturday, June 24th, FREE
9:15 a.m. Rockridge BART
10:05 a.m. Manzanita Parking Lot

This event is co-listed with Sierra Singles. Explore with leader Neil
Kaplan (510) 451-5252 as we visit the ruins of Hill 88 on Wolf Ridge
and other ridges on this 10 mile hike with open rolling hills and
splendid views of southern Marin and the Golden Gate. There will be a
possible afternoon stop at Tennessee Beach. Expect sun, wind, fog and
a few steep sections with some tough footing at a moderate pace.
Drivers meet leader at the Manzanita commuter parking lot (under Hwy
101 at the Hwy 1 turnoff) at 10:05 am or meet at the Rockridge BART
(east side of College Ave) at 9:15 am to create carpools to the
Tennessee Valley trailhead where parking there can be quite tight on
a sunny weekend. Bring hats and sweater, food and enough water. Few
facilities.

Directions to Manzanita Parking Lot: Take Hwy 101 North to the
Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit. After going under the
freeway, take an immediate left into the parking lot. If you are
coming from the East Bay, take the Richmond Bridge to Hwy 101 and Hwy
101 South to the Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit.

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25-49 Tilden Park Peak and Lake Hike, East Bay
Sunday, June 25th, $3
1:15 p.m. North Berkeley BART carpool (eat lunch before the hike)

In response to requests from our members, we have organized a 5-6
mile hike for ages 25-49 at Tilden Park in the Berkeley Hills. Join
Sharon and Jackie as we hike the scenic Peak Trail through lush
forest to a spectacular outlook with views of the entire Bay Area. We
will also visit the animals at the Little Farm, with possible
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Dessert & Calendar Assembly Meeting, Peninsula
Wednesday, June 28th, 7:30 p.m., FREE

Enjoy a rich dessert treat while assembling the July calendar. Meet
friendly folks from our board and the club that attend this meeting
to help staple, fold and stamp. We also welcome your ideas and input
for future events, which you might want to lead or co-lead. The
meeting this month will be hosted by Lisa at 981 Bonita Ave. #2 in
Moountain View. For information and directions, call Lisa at (650)
386-6038 before 10:00 p.m.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
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Pomo Canyon Hike, Sonoma Coast/Jenner
Saturday, July 1st, $3
9:15 a.m. (no-host carpool) Manzanita Lot 11:30 a.m. (trailhead)

Enjoy the beautiful and varied wildflowers of the Sonoma Coast on
this 6-8 mile hike (depending on the group\’s interest in exploring
further along the coast). We will be climbing through mystical
redwood forest to rolling coastal green hills with great views of the
mouth of the Russian River, to the beach and returning to Pomo Canyon
Campgrounds. There will be a 720 foot elevation gain/loss. Bring
lunch, sunscreen, wear layered clothing, hiking boots, and bring lots
of water and wear a smile! There will be an optional dinner afterward
at the Sizzling Tandoor Restuarant (on the coast).
“,1] ); //–>sightings of ducks and turtles as we hike around Jewel Lake. There
will be an optional dinner stop after the hike at Kirin Chinese
Restaurant, located at 1767 Solano Avenue. We will meet in front of
North Berkeley BART at 1:15 p.m. to carpool to the trailhead at the
Tilden Park Environmental Education Center, where parking is limited.
For more information, call Sharon at (414) 731-2243 before 10:00 p.m.

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Dessert & Calendar Assembly Meeting, Peninsula
Wednesday, June 28th, 7:30 p.m., FREE

Enjoy a rich dessert treat while assembling the July calendar. Meet
friendly folks from our board and the club that attend this meeting
to help staple, fold and stamp. We also welcome your ideas and input
for future events, which you might want to lead or co-lead. The
meeting this month will be hosted by Lisa at 981 Bonita Ave. #2 in
Moountain View. For information and directions, call Lisa at (650)
386-6038 before 10:00 p.m.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
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Pomo Canyon Hike, Sonoma Coast/Jenner
Saturday, July 1st, $3
9:15 a.m. (no-host carpool) Manzanita Lot 11:30 a.m. (trailhead)

Enjoy the beautiful and varied wildflowers of the Sonoma Coast on
this 6-8 mile hike (depending on the group’s interest in exploring
further along the coast). We will be climbing through mystical
redwood forest to rolling coastal green hills with great views of the
mouth of the Russian River, to the beach and returning to Pomo Canyon
Campgrounds. There will be a 720 foot elevation gain/loss. Bring
lunch, sunscreen, wear layered clothing, hiking boots, and bring lots
of water and wear a smile! There will be an optional dinner afterward
at the Sizzling Tandoor Restuarant (on the coast).
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Swimming and Eating at Bass Lake, Marin
Sunday, July 2nd, $3
10:30 a.m. carpool, Fairfax Parkade

This hike is about 6 miles in length. There is one uphill section in
the beginning of the hike. There will be a lot of swimming (optional)
involved in this event. Bring a dish to share for about 6 people for
a potluck lunch. Meet Julia (510) 964-1467 at the Fairfax Parkade at
10:30 a.m. to carpool to the trailhead, since there still is an hour
& ? ride to the hike.

Directions to Fairfax Parkade: Take Hwy 101 North from San Francisco
“,1] ); //–>
Directions to Trailhead: Take Hwy 101 North through Santa Rosa to the
River Road exit. Take River Road to the town of Guerneville. River
Road becomes Hwy 116 in Guerneville and continues west to Hwy 1 and
the Coast. At Hwy 1, turn left (south) and cross the Russian River
bridge. Take the first left after the bridge at the Sizzling Tandoor
Restaurant (mile marker 19.79) onto Willow Creek Road. You may
encounter a sign saying the road is closed ahead, but continue on
past the sign, because the closure occurs after the trailhead.
Continue 2.6 miles to the Pomo Canyon Campground Road fork to the
right. Continue 1/2 mile to the parking lot and trailhead. There is a
$3.00 parking fee. No host carpool from Manzanita Parking Lot. Meet
at the Manzanita Parking Lot at 9:15 a.m. and leave by 9:30 a.m.
Sharp.

Directions to Manzanita Parking Lot: Take Hwy 101 North to the
Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit. After going under the
freeway, take an immediate left into the parking lot. If you are
coming from the East Bay, take the Richmond Bridge to Hwy 101 and Hwy
101 South to the Stinson Beach/Mt. Tamalpais (Hwy 1) exit. Public
transit alternative: GG#10 from San Francisco. For more information,
call Renee at (707) 823-9555 between 8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
weeknights, or anytime on the weekends

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Swimming and Eating at Bass Lake, Marin
Sunday, July 2nd, $3
10:30 a.m. carpool, Fairfax Parkade

This hike is about 6 miles in length. There is one uphill section in
the beginning of the hike. There will be a lot of swimming (optional)
involved in this event. Bring a dish to share for about 6 people for
a potluck lunch. Meet Julia (510) 964-1467 at the Fairfax Parkade at
10:30 a.m. to carpool to the trailhead, since there still is an hour
& ? ride to the hike.

Directions to Fairfax Parkade: Take Hwy 101 North from San Francisco
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Butano State Park Hike, South Bay
Saturday, July 29th, $3
9:00 a.m. carpool (Rockridge BART)
11:15 a.m. trailhead

Join us for an approximately 7 mile hike round trip hike on the
Jackson Flats trail, through a lush redwood forest in Butano State
Park. It lies in a secluded redwood-filled canyon with a flowing
creek, just south of the town of Pescadero on the Pacific Coast.
Bring layered clothing, liquids and lunch. Meet at 9:00 a.m. at
Rockridge BART (near escalators) for a carpool or at 11:15 a.m. at
the entrance booth to Butano State Park. Optional dinner afterwards
at Duarte\’s Restaurant in Pescadero. If you are carpooling from
Rockridge BART, please be prepared to contribute $5 to the driver to
cover gas, bridge tolls and the park entrance fee.

Directions to Trailhead: From San Francisco, take Hwy 280 south to
Hwy 92. Take Hwy 92 west to Half Moon Bay and turn left onto Hwy 1.
After going 15 miles south on Hwy 1, turn left onto Pescadero Rd for
2.6 miles, turn right (south) on Cloverdale Rd. (Cloverdale is the
next intersection on the right after you pass the blinking red light
in the town of Pescadero) and then go south 5 miles to the park
entrance on the left (east). Any questions – Isaac (925) 228-4213.

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______________________________”,1] ); //–>to the Larkspur Exit (sign reads “San Anselmo/Richmond Bridge”), and
head west, as you turn left onto Sir Francis Drake Blvd. From the
East Bay, take the Richmond Bridge to Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.
Continue west on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. through San Anselmo into
Fairfax. Upon entering Fairfax, note the large parking lot in the
middle of downtown, across from the Fairfax movie theater. Park in
this lot for a carpool to the trailhead.

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Butano State Park Hike, South Bay
Saturday, July 29th, $3
9:00 a.m. carpool (Rockridge BART)
11:15 a.m. trailhead

Join us for an approximately 7 mile hike round trip hike on the
Jackson Flats trail, through a lush redwood forest in Butano State
Park. It lies in a secluded redwood-filled canyon with a flowing
creek, just south of the town of Pescadero on the Pacific Coast.
Bring layered clothing, liquids and lunch. Meet at 9:00 a.m. at
Rockridge BART (near escalators) for a carpool or at 11:15 a.m. at
the entrance booth to Butano State Park. Optional dinner afterwards
at Duarte’s Restaurant in Pescadero. If you are carpooling from
Rockridge BART, please be prepared to contribute $5 to the driver to
cover gas, bridge tolls and the park entrance fee.

Directions to Trailhead: From San Francisco, take Hwy 280 south to
Hwy 92. Take Hwy 92 west to Half Moon Bay and turn left onto Hwy 1.
After going 15 miles south on Hwy 1, turn left onto Pescadero Rd for
2.6 miles, turn right (south) on Cloverdale Rd. (Cloverdale is the
next intersection on the right after you pass the blinking red light
in the town of Pescadero) and then go south 5 miles to the park
entrance on the left (east). Any questions – Isaac (925) 228-4213.

_____________________________________________________________

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Rules of the Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club

The Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club welcomes single, Jewish
adults. Children and dogs are welcome only at certain activities,
when specified. If you are uncertain, please contact the event leader
before bringing your child or dog to the event. If you wish we had
more children and dog-friendly events, consider being a hike leader
and make your own rules. Start a trend.

Events are planned to be safe and enjoyable for participants. Leaders
are authorized to take reasonable steps to ensure the health and
safety of all participants, protection of the environment, the
property of others, and the reputation of the Bay Area Jewish Singles
Hiking Club. Leaders may therefore exclude or expel anyone from an
event who is not adequately prepared or whose behavior is considered
inappropriate or disruptive to those standards and values.

Events in our schedule are led by volunteer leaders. We attempt to
have every event provide an enjoyable experience for everyone and be
well-led. If you have a problem at an event that you do not believe
was adequately addressed by the event leader, please contact a member
of the Executive Committee (listed at the front of this calendar).

____________________________________________________________
Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club
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To get off this list, send email to
jewish_hiker-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com

The email doesn\’t have to have a message or a subject. But it has to
come from the email address you want to unsubscribe. If you do this,
an automated system will process things within a day.

Editor\’s note: Because of the automation, you\’ll get off the list
“,1] ); //–>_______________________________

Rules of the Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club

The Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club welcomes single, Jewish
adults. Children and dogs are welcome only at certain activities,
when specified. If you are uncertain, please contact the event leader
before bringing your child or dog to the event. If you wish we had
more children and dog-friendly events, consider being a hike leader
and make your own rules. Start a trend.

Events are planned to be safe and enjoyable for participants. Leaders
are authorized to take reasonable steps to ensure the health and
safety of all participants, protection of the environment, the
property of others, and the reputation of the Bay Area Jewish Singles
Hiking Club. Leaders may therefore exclude or expel anyone from an
event who is not adequately prepared or whose behavior is considered
inappropriate or disruptive to those standards and values.

Events in our schedule are led by volunteer leaders. We attempt to
have every event provide an enjoyable experience for everyone and be
well-led. If you have a problem at an event that you do not believe
was adequately addressed by the event leader, please contact a member
of the Executive Committee (listed at the front of this calendar).

____________________________________________________________
Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club
____________________________________________________________

To get off this list, send email to
jewish_hiker-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com

The email doesn’t have to have a message or a subject. But it has to
come from the email address you want to unsubscribe. If you do this,
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Editor’s note: Because of the automation, you’ll get off the list
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