Once again Lauren Brown and Linda Chipping did preliminary organizing for the banquet, and Lauren was the master coordinator for the evening. This means securing a location, getting insurance, making sure the kitchen equipment and supplies are in place and updates out to the volunteers . We thank the quick and efficient banquet table set up crew, Mardi Niles and the flower arrangers and Dirk Walters for the table programs. David Krause as usual handled registration and the bar. CalPoly students Molly Vanderlip, Kieran Althaus and Charlie Gibbons assisted with setup and cleanup. The food was delicious and abundant, so a big thanks to all of you who made this a successful evening.
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- 01https://cnpsslo.org/event/rinconada-big-falls-little-falls-loop/All day02-01-2020
Saturday, Feb. 1st, 8:30 am
This is a strenuous hike of 16 miles and 2,500 ft. elevation gain and will likely take most of the day. Carpool in front of the Pacific Beverage Co. in Santa Margarita at 8:00 am or meet at the Rinconada trailhead at 8:30 am. The Rinconada trailhead is located on Pozo Road, 2.5 miles southeast of the Santa Margarita Lake Road intersection and is well marked with signage just ahead of a righthand turn. Be sure to bring adequate water and food, a hat, sturdy shoes, and dress in layers for the weather. There will be a couple of stream crossings, so please bring either waterproof shoes, or flipflops/sandals. Also, there will be poison oak. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Contact Bill, 805-459-2103.
Rain or the threat of rain cancels.