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49er Ski Club COVID-19 Policy

COVID-19 transmission is continuing due to the spread of the omicron variant and presents a major risk to the health of unvaccinated individuals. None of us want to be responsible for the preventable illness or death of a friend. As a result, all attendees at in-person 49er Ski Club events must be vaccinated and be prepared to show proof of vaccination. Mask mandates have been lifted for indoor events. However, you may wish to wear a mask for your own safety. Additionally, please DO NOT participate in the event IF:

  1. you have been exposed to COVID-19 and are in a quarantine period, or
  2. you are experiencing any COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms such as fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, recent loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nasal congestion, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
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September, 2022

Friday
2
Nimbus Fish Hatchery
8:30 AM
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Meet at the Fish Hatcher at 8:15, ride at 8:30. We will ride up the south side to Call Box 29, and catch the Willow Creek trail at Parkshore Drive. We will loop around the trail arriving back at Mel's Diner on Folsom Blvd. about 10 a.m. After refreshments, we will continue ride back to the Fish Hatchery. Ride s/b about 20 miles.
Wednesday
7
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The weather forecasts for this coming Wednesday are 114 (NOAA) and 110 (WeatherUnderground). The temp at 8:30 will be 84, and approximately 95 at 11 a.m.
Let’s get in the water at 8:30 and get home in time to put our toys away before it gets broiling hot.

The entrance to Willow Creek is off Folsom Blvd. with access ONLY from the southbound lanes. If you’re coming from Hwy 50, go to the stoplight at Blue Ravine (where Dos Coyotes is), make a U-turn and go back. Turn to the right before the light at Iron Point Rd.—the entrance is somewhat hidden by vegetation. State park pass or $10.

DUE TO THE EARLY LAUNCH TIME, REGISTER ON THE WEBSITE if you plan to come so others will know they’ll have company.
Friday
9
The California Auto Museum
8:00 AM
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Depart The California Auto Museum, 2200 Front Street, Sacramento, at 8:30 a.m. Park against the back fence for free. We'll ride the bike trail along the Sacramento River to the Pocket Area and take quiet surface streets to Cafe Latte (7600 Greenhaven Drive, Sac, 95831). Cafe Latte has indoor and outdoor seating and a tasty breakfast menu.

Jan Bee is leading this ride.
Tuesday
13
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Come join the fun and ride the Biz Johnson Trail, and do some hiking in Mt. Lassen. We are planning on staying in Chester (elevation 4,500 ft.), 9/13-16. Driving to Chester Tues., 9/13, riding the trail to Susanville (25 miles one way) 9/14, and hiking on Thurs., 9/15. There are a lot of hiking options from which to choose.
If you come to bike, it is a gravel and dirt trail. Cross-over bikes or Mountain bikes are recommended.
Michael and I are staying at the Rose Quartz Best Western Motel in Chester, while Ken and Wendy will bring their trailer and stay at a campsite by Lake Almanor.
If you are up for more bike riding, Friday, 9/16 Michael and I will drive over to Redding to spend the night. Saturday, 9/17 we are planning on riding the Sundial Bridge Trail from the bridge up to Shasta Dam and back. The ride is about 39 miles total pavement. There are some steep grades on this trail, especially as you climb to the top of Shasta Dam. We have made reservations at a Sure Stay Plus Hotel on Larkspur Lane in Redding.
Please register to let us know if you are coming.
Wednesday
14
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Rails to Trails ride is about 3% grade, 25 miles one way from Westwood to Susanville. Mountain bikes or cross over bikes are recommended. The trail is not paved; gravel and dirt.
Wednesday
14
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Hey guys, the weather gods are not doing us any favors this coming week. The foothills (Clementine, etc.) are smoked in and forecasts for Lodi and points south of Sacramento predict unpleasantly strong winds. So I’m scheduling Nimbus Flat again – in the water at 9:30. It’s likely to be rather windy, so check www.WeatherUnderground.com or your favorite site and decide whether you want to go out. As you know, the forecasts for strong winds have been incorrect more than once, so we can hope for the best. ESPECIALLY THIS WEEK, please register if you plan to participate to encourage other paddlers.

Nimbus Flat is a state park – pass or $10 – and the entrance is between Hwy 50 and the Aquatic Center. Launch site is the beach across from the Aquatic Center. Please do your best to arrive in time to be in the water at 9:30.
Thursday
15
Mt. Lassen National Park
8:00 AM
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There are many hiking options in Mt. Lassen. One we are considering is called Hiking Brokoff Mountain Trail. Round trip is about 7.5 miles.
Not everyone will want to hike this one, but you can go to Mt. Lassen hiking and see the other hikes that are available.
Thursday
15
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Full club meeting in person and Zoom
Friday
16
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Meet Fish Hatchery 8:15, September 16 Ride 8:30 to Bella Bru. Questions contact
Bud or Wanda 408-309-5278.
Saturday
17
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Begin at Sundial Bridge in Redding and ride roundtrip almost 39 miles on paved multiuse path. Some steep grades up to Shasta Dam.
Wednesday
21
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The weather forecast is for clearing by 9 a.m. Wednesday, with a 5-6 mph breeze. Tom has offered to lead a paddle up the Mokolumne River. The launch site is at Cosumnes River Preserve, but instead of going up the Cosumnes, we’ll head the other direction into the Moke. Please do your best to arrive in time to be in the water at 9:30. Be sure to bring your kayak cart, and if you have an extra to share it would be appreciated. According to the website, the Visitor’s Center is open but it does not mention loaner carts.
Bring along a picnic lunch to eat on the shady deck at the Visitor’s Center after we get out of the water. The restrooms are open.
Directions: Head South on I-5; exit at Twin Cities Road and go east to Franklin Blvd; or from southbound Hwy 99, take Twin Cities Road west and turn south on Franklin The Visitor’s Center parking lot will be on your left at 13501 Franklin Blvd., Galt. Phone 916-684-2816.

Be sure to register so you won’t be left at the dock.
Friday
23
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The ride will start at the Sunrise Bridge at 8:30 with an 8:45 pickup at the Fish Hatchery. We will head east on the bike trail with a stop at Big Wave Coffee (formerly Cooper's Coffee).

Return decided by the group, North or South side of the bike trail.
Friday
23
Capitol Mall
4:00 PM
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Farm to Fork Festival
Friday, September 23 – 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday, September 24 – 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Register to volunteer - Register to volunteer with Visit Sacramento via VolunteerLocal

I don't know if this is appropriate to list but this is a fun event.

Please click on link or contact me - marvy@savvysoap.com for more info.
Marianne Budin 415-297-5103
Thursday
29
4:00 PM
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49er Ski Club’s OKTOBERFEST 2022
Thursday, September 29, 2022 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm
Friday
30
Fish Hatchery/Mimosa House
8:30 AM
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Let's do a favorite - Fish Hatchery to Mimosa House in Folsom. Meet at 8:15 tires pumped and dressed according to weather. Leave promptly at 8:30. If you plan to only meet for brunch please let RC know at 916-539-3339.