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49er Ski Club COVID-19 Policy

COVID-19 transmission has increased substantially due to the spread of the delta 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. Masks are required for all indoor events and are recommended for outdoor events in close contact with others. 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, 2021

Wednesday
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Let’s stay closer to home this week so we can better judge air quality (hope for the best!). Plan to be in the water at 9:30 at Willow Creek on Lake Natoma, then we can decide whether to go upstream or down. State Parks pass or $10 at the iron ranger
Friday
3
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Meet at the Fish Hatchery and ride to the Mimosa House for brunch. About 24 miles round trip.
Tuesday
7
Wednesday
8
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Let’s visit an all-time favorite, the Cosumnes River Preserve. Wednesday’s forecast is for a high of 101, but not until 4 p.m. Morning should be pleasant: 75 o at 9 a.m. rising to 95o by 1p.m. Plenty of time for a nice outing, so let’s plan to be in the water at 9:30.

The Visitor’s Center is not open, so be sure to bring your kayak carts, and if any of you have an extra that you’re willing to share it would be appreciated. We can have lunch on the shady deck at the Visitor’s Center, so be sure to take your lunch along. The restrooms are open.

Directions: Head South on I-5; exit at Twin Cities road and go left to Franklin Blvd; turn right. The address of the Visitor’s Center (parking lot and restrooms) is 13501 Franklin Blvd., Galt. Phone 916-684-2816.
Thursday
9
Friday
10
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Meet at Five Points at 8:15, depart at 8:30 to a favorite breakfast spot, Brookfields. About 20 miles on the bike trail.
Tuesday
14
Wednesday
15
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Since we traveled a way last week, let’s visit Negro Bar this week. This is the State Park with entrance from Greenback Lane. State Park pass or $10 gets you in. Please do your best to arrive in time to be in the water at 9:30.

The weather forecast is for a mild 85 degrees at 1 p.m., with a 6 mph breeze from the South.
Thursday
16
Thursday
16
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Club GM meeting at Mission Oaks Community Center (Gibbons Park) and as Zoom
Tuesday
21
Wednesday
22
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Let’s change things up a bit and meet at Nimbus Flat (Lake Natoma, near the Aquatic Center) at 4:00 p.m. for an afternoon paddle and potluck afterwards. At this time the forecast indicates breezy conditions, but we can hang out in the shelter of the dredger ponds if necessary. Plan to be in the water at 4:30, launching from the grassy area across from the Aquatic Center. After loading our boats, we’ll drive to the next parking lot where there is a large picnic area.

I will bring plates, napkins and plastic utensils. Please bring food to share and a serving utensil. Bring your own drink, and remember alcohol isn’t permitted.

State park pass or $10 entry fee. The park closes at 9 p.m.
Thursday
23
Friday
24
Hagan Community Center Park Hwy 50 to Mather Field Rd. L to Folsom Blvd, L to Coloma, L to Chase Dr.
8:15 AM
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Ride along the trail thru Sac State to 5493 Carlson Dr, get coffee and/or eats in the outdoor patio and return. Trip is about 20 miles.

Parking is at the end of Chase drive in front of the red posts or the adjacent lot. Unload your bike, take the path in front of the red posts to the left out to the trail.

Returning: the path is marked Chase Drive and 15.5 on the blacktop.

For extra mileage, River Bend is 2.4 miles west and Sunrise Recreation is 3.9 miles east.
Tuesday
28
Thursday
30
Thursday
30
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Social evening with dinner.
Drinks (wine, beer and soda) provided.