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49er Ski Club COVID-19 Policy

 

Restrictions for COVID-19 are being reduced nation-wide and masks are no longer required for outdoor activities such as walking, running, cycling, and small gatherings, especially for fully vaccinated individuals. However, regardless of vaccination status, at the time of a 49er ski club event, 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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July, 2021

Thursday
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Pickleball Glen Oaks
$5.00 guest Fee
Glen Oaks is a private club

New players welcome there extra paddles and balls to get you started
Thursday
1
Glen Oaks Swim & Racquet
8:30 AM
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New players welcome. Extra paddles and balls provided. $5 guest fee.
Friday
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Gather at Oak Meadow Park (see map). We will depart at 8:30 following the bike trail to Discovery Park. We'll pause where the American and Sacramento Rivers intersect. Bring a snack if you like. Rumor has it that there will be birthday cookies. The round trip ride will be about 22 to 24 miles.
Wednesday
7
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Let’s plan to be in the water at 9:30 at Willow Creek. This launch site gives us the most flexibility for upstream/downstream exploration. The morning should be quite pleasant with a 6 mph breeze.

Willow Creek entrance is from Folsom Blvd, Southbound ONLY, just north of the intersection of Iron Point Road. State Park pass or $10 at the iron ranger.

Wendy
Thursday
8
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$5:00 Guest fee as Glen Oaks is a Private club
Friday
9
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Meet at Fish Hatchery 8:15am, leave at 8:30. Ride to Bella Bru at Five Points for breakfast and return to Hatchery. About 20 miles.
Tuesday
13
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Pickleball at Glen Oaks
Wednesday
14
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Reliable sources tell me that Wright’s Lake is full and beautiful, so let’s go cool off in the mountains. Bring a picnic lunch and your walking shoes and we’ll make a day of it.
Just go east on 50 for 70.5 miles from Watt Avenue, then 5 miles past Kyburz there’s a sign for Wright’s Lake Road, a left turn. Another 8 miles takes you to the lovely launch area.

Drive time from Watt and Hwy 50 is approx. 1 hour 45 minutes, so let’s try to launch at 10:15. (That’s a compromise---only 4 people expressed a preference for time, and it was a tie, so I’m splitting the difference.)
Thursday
15
Thursday
15
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Full club meeting as Zoom meeting
Friday
16
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Meet at 8:15 am at the Sunrise Bike Bridge for a 20 mile ride to Karen's Cafe and back. We'll start on the north side and return on the south side.
Tuesday
20
Wednesday
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Garcia Bend Park, 7654 Pocket Road
9:30 AM
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Launch at Garcia Bend Park, 7654 Pocket Rd., 9:30 AM.
Meet at the launch ramp, and be ready to launch at 9:30 AM. we will paddle upstream for an hour or two, then take a shore break. We will then paddle back downstream back to the ramp. There is usually a slow 1 - 2 mph current on the river, depending on tides. Boating protocol on the river is for powerboats to stay in the middle of the river, and paddlers stay within 20' or 30' of the shoreline. I recommend staying in groups, so as to be more visible.
Bring: PFD, paddle, water, snacks, good sun protection, and $ for parking. After unloading your boat, park in one of the 2 large lots on the dry side of the levee, in the park area.


DIRECTIONS: From downtown Sacramento, take I-5 south for about 5 minutes/4 miles, and exit at 43rd/Riverside. Turn right on Riverside at the signal at the bottom of the ramp. Proceed southwest on Riverside (which turns into Pocket Rd.) about 4 miles to Garcia Bend Park, on the right. The side street right before the park on the right is Dolphin. If you get to the stopsign at Pocket and Windbridge, you have gone 1/2 block too far.
Turn into the park, and drive all the way through the park to the levee, go left in the parking area, then bear right to go up over the levee, and down to the ramp area. Unload your boat and gear on the left side of the ramp, then drive back to one of the parking areas on the "dry" side of the levee. Keep away from the floating dock, as it is used by powerboats. Do NOT park in a slot reserved for boat trailers, the fishermen may get grumpy!
Thursday
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Friday
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Fish Hatchery to Bella Bru
8:30 AM
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Fish Hatchery to Bella Bru Restaurant for treats. About 20 miles round trip on the bike trail. Leaving Fish Hatchery at 8:30 and arriving back about 12:30.
Tuesday
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Wednesday
28
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There was such a stampede to lead the paddle next Wednesday that in order to be fair to everyone, I’m going to post this without a leader and you all can fight it out when you arrive. Plan to be in the water at 9:30, Willow Creek. This is an SRA, so State Park pass or $10 at the iron ranger.

The entrance to Willow Creek can be accessed ONLY from the Southbound lanes of Folsom Blvd. just north of Iron Point. Coming from Hwy 50, go to Blue Ravine and make a U-turn.

I will be paddling at Mammoth Lakes--have fun!
Thursday
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Friday
30
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Leaving from the Fish Hatchery parking lot at 8:30. Most of the ride will be in the shade. Ride along the south side of Lake Natoma, cross to the Willow/Humbug trails for a loop back to the Folsom Rail Trail. Return leg is along the south side of the lake to the Fish Hatchery.
Leaders: Marie & Rod B.