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August, 2021

Tuesday
3
Smith Field Parking Lot
1:00 PM
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Join members and their guests on an hour long non-strenuous hike along the rocky cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Wavecrest. Park in the Little League parking lot at Smith Field. Bring your water! Dogs are welcome on leash
Tuesday
10
Burleigh Murray State Park
1:00 PM
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Join members and their guests on this 3 mile hike through the country. Bring water and your leashed dog! Drive East on Higgins Canyon Rd about 1.5 miles to the entrance on your left. Call Kim for any questions at 726-4074.
Tuesday
17
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Join members and their guests for a 1 hour hike along Moss Beach Bluffs. The trail is level and non-strenuous, with magnificent views of Maverick’s Beach at Pillar Point. Meet at #1 Alvarado Ave in Moss Beach. Dogs are welcome on leash. Contact Kim Dailey at 650-726-4074 for any questions.
Wednesday
25
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Nature Journaling is about observing nature and recording what you experience. We use a combination of text, numbers and drawings. Our attention is more deeply focused when we draw nature, and we begin to see things that we’ve often overlooked.

The goal of nature journaling is to approach nature in a new way, rather than focus on making pretty pictures. It sharpens our awareness, deepens our knowledge and relationship with nature, and inspires curiosity and wonder.

It also slows us down, calms our minds, improves memory, creativity, and joy—a nurturing antidote to a technology-filled life.

In this interactive workshop, Melinda will show you how to keep a nature journal and strategies to record your nature experience. We will practice together, and you’ll leave with activities that take you exploring your nearby nature.

No drawing or nature experience necessary. Just bring a sketchbook/paper, pencil, (and optional colors ) and your curiosity!
Tuesday
31
Devil's Slide South Parking Lot
1:00 PM
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Join members and their guests on this 1.3 mile hike along the cliffs above the Pacific Ocean. Bring water, mask, and your leashed dog! Contact Kim Dailey at 650-726-4074 for any questions.