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Donelle isn’t ready to call it quits for the season, and this coming Wednesday may be the last nice day to paddle, so join her at Willow Creek (Lake Natoma), 9:30 a.m. launch.
The entrance is from Folsom Blvd. southbound ONLY, so from Hwy 50 you must go to the traffic signal at Blue Ravine Road and make a U-turn—the entrance will then be before you reach the traffic signal at Iron Point Rd. There is a sign that is somewhat obscured by vegetation.
State parks pass or $10 at the iron ranger.
Correction for Wed. Nov 1 paddle at Willow Creek: 10 a.m. launch. Weather looks mild and pleasant (57 – 68 degrees) with very light breeze (2-4 mph). Have fun!
Depart the Fish Hatchery at 9:30 a.m. and ride to Bella Bru for breakfast. Return to the Fish Hatchery. Parking is free and plenty at the Fish Hatchery. Bud and Wanda are leading this ride.
Donelle will lead a paddle Wednesday Nov 8 at Black Miner’s Bar, launching at 11 by which time it will be nice and warm.
Black Miner’s Bar (formerly Negro Bar) on Lake Natoma. The entrance is from Greenback Lane just west of the highway bridge on Folsom Blvd. Please allow time for parking in the lot above the launch ramp after unloading your boat. It’s a State Park, so use your pass or have $10 handy at the kiosk when you drive in.
For first-timers: drive across the bike path, angling to the right-hand side of the large parking lot where you’ll see the road down to the launch ramp. Don’t take the vehicle road that runs along the bike path.
For those interested, Coffee Republic is a nice place for lunch with outdoor, dog-friendly seating, very close by at 6601 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom.
Depart the Fish Hatchery at 9:30 and ride the North side of the lake to Karen‘s Bakery. Return will be on the South side of the lake. Rain will cancel the ride.
We are hoping for fall colors on the ride!
Leave SRB at 9:30 (9:15 for FH) go through Fair Oaks to Winding Way, left on Chicago, right on Sunset, left on Kenneth, right on Pershing, left on Illinois, right on Elm, left on Filbert, right on Oak, left on Baldwin Dam to Inwood and back roads to the
Bike trail to Beals for a brief break.
Cross Auburn Folsom to Oak Hill, right on Oak Leaf, to Macduff and right on Barton. Go through Seven Cedars to Eureka, back to Auburn Folsom for a stop at Bill’s Donuts. Take Auburn Folsom to go through Hidden Valley.
left on Auburn Folsom and right on Cavitt Stalman to go through Itchy Acres. Through the neighborhood to a left on Barton and left on Seven Cedars and back to Beals and the bike trail to return.
Start: 9:30 at SRB, 9:15 for FH parking
Distance: About 40 miles
Climbing: +/- 1.5k
Please reply to all if you are coming.
Bert and Ken
Full club meeting in person at Mission Oaks Community Center and Zoom
BYOB&S: Bring your own bowl and spoon to our annual fall soup ride, and bring whatever you‘d like to drink. We will take off from our house, 11475 Green Bluffs Court, Gold River, 95670, at 9:30. Try to arrive no later than 9:15. The ride will be down the American River Bike Trail to Rod Beaudry Dr. and meander around Rancho Cordova on the Mather Heritage Trail, before returning to Gold River on the Folsom South Canal trail. This ride will be on bike trails and roads. When we return, we‘ll park the bikes and enjoy some of Tanna McGrath‘s infamous Split Pea Soup as well as other soups. So we know how many to prepare for, please register for this event. If you want to bring something to share with everyone, that would be appreciated. See you soon! To Register: Select "Event Calendar", "Register Now", follow the prompts, Select "Complete Registration".
In case it rains, the ride will be cancelled, but the SOUP IS ON at 11:30ish. So still please plan on coming.
Mountain Mandarin Festival
Auburn Gold Country Fairgrounds
We are planning a short drive up to Auburn to see glorious fall colors and attend the Mountain Mandarin Festival where we can find some delicious lobster rolls and clam chowder sold by our very own John Rigoli. Join us on this excursion 11/18/23. If enough of us are interested, we can plan on meeting and carpooling up there together. Planning on arriving at the Gold Country Auburn Fairgrounds at 10:00 am, opening time. There is parking at 209 Fairgate Rd., Auburn. If interested, call RoxAnn 916-705-1536.
Today‘s ride will be from Sunrise Footbridge/Fish Hatchery up the south side bike trail to the Folsom Bike Bridge, on up to Beal‘s for a quick rest stop. From there we will continue to ride to Pieology in Roseville off of Rocky Ridge Rd. This ride will be about 33-35 miles long, and will begin at 9:45 am.
Please let me know if you are planning on riding.
This is a leaderless ride this Friday after Thanksgiving. Meet in William Pond Park at the bathrooms on the bike trail ready to depart at 9:30. Participants will decide on a destination. Reserve so others can see if you are riding.