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Bill & Dave Officially Retire May 9th!
UTNS ~ Sonoma County, CA. ~ Advance notice, mark your calendars! Join us Saturday, May 9, when we are officially retiring at our 20th an- niversary hike and barbeque party. We’ll be hiking the entire rim of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park from Bald Mountain to the Robin Williams over- look. This 9.6 mile strenuous hike has an el- evation gain of 2000 feet and will last approximately five hours. Meet us at 9:45 AM in the White Barn park- ing lot for a prompt 10 AM departure. We’ll fire up the grill upon our return to the group campground, and at 4:30 PM Dave and I will
be serving brats to every- one. We will also provide buns, condiments, soft drinks, plates and uten- sils. Please bring a side
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can’t make the hike, just come for the party! We have finalized our
succession plan and are pleased to announce that Sonoma County Re- gional Parks will continue the Bill & Dave Hikes by providing hike leaders, publishing the hikes at their website, and sending out the monthly e-mail blasts as we have
dish, with a serving utensil if needed, to share. We have over 1,200 names on our e-mail list and ap- proximately 12,000 peo- ple have joined our hikes over the past 20 years, so we are expecting a large turnout for this hike. If you
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been doing for the past 20 years. We also have a core group of our longtime hiking friends and support- ers who will be assisting Regional Parks as needed. After the transition, Dave
and I will continue hik- ing with the group every month as long as we’re able. Here’s a hotlink to the Regional Parks’ offi- cial announcement of their first “post retirement” Bill & Dave hike scheduled for June 6
For more information, con- tact me at 833-6288, Dave at 539-8847, and visit our website at:
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Benny decided to buy a present for his Un- cle Sam’s birthday, so with his older broth-
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