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Upcoming Texas Pineywoods Expereince Workshop Series

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Upcoming Texas Pineywoods Expereince Workshop Series
« on: September 12, 2007, 11:48:18 AM »
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Dear Sierra Club Supporter,

Make plans to hike a segment of the beautiful 4C's trail on Saturday, 
September 22.  We will meet at the trailhead (directions below) at 9 
a.m. and shuttle cars to the take-out, so that we can hike a trail 
segment one-way.  Bring a lunch, water, insect repellent and your 
hiking gear.

Directions to Neches Bluff Overlook:  From Nacogodches, take Hwy 21 
one mile west of the Neches River; turn south on Forest Rd. 511.   
Take the first left onto Forest Rd. 511A and travel 1/4 mile to 
trailhead.  There may not be a sign for the trailhead at 511A.

If you are interested in carpooling from Nacogdoches, leave a message 
for Kerry at 936.560.3688 by Thursday before the hike.

See you on the trail,

Vicki

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Re: Upcoming Texas Pineywoods Expereince Workshop Series
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2007, 03:27:38 PM »
First time I ever got drunk on wine was at Lake Radcliff in Crocket Nat'l Forest.  The water was chilly in April.  The lake was a former sawmill pond when the E Tx forests were all clear cut in the 20's.
Pithy quote free for years

 


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