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    • 22 Mar 2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • 24 Mar 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Aqua Caliente County Park
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    Event Announcement:       
    GOSD Agua Caliente Campout 
    March 22-24, 2019
    (3 Days/2 Nights)

                                          


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    You're invited to join Great Outdoors San Diego (GOSD) for what's become our annual visit to Agua Caliente County Park to check out the wildflowers, which typically bloom there in early to mid spring. Between the wildflowers, the amazing Agua Caliente campground (with showers and hot spring-fed pools), our not-to-be-missed nighttime search for scorpions by blacklight, the always-amazing Saturday night potluck, and a great group of guys, you won't want to miss this trip!

    Agua Caliente County Park is a 910 acre park with geothermally heated springs. The park is located just west of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in eastern San Diego County.

    Amenities at Agua Caliente include the soothing geothermal pools, coin-operated showers, flush toilets, potable water, shuffleboard and horseshoes, and a sun deck outside the pools for lounging. There is a small souvenir store nearby with very limited groceries and ice. The pools include an outdoor swimming pool, an outdoor wading pool for children, and an indoor 102 °F therapeutic spa.

    We’ve reserved tent sites and a couple RV sites. Trip pricing is based upon the type of site you choose and whether you’ll be sharing a tent or RV. Both RV sites include space for one RV and one tent. RV sites have water, electricity, picnic table and a fire ring. A dump station is located within the park. Some sites may not be completely level - we suggest bringing leveling blocks. Depending upon the RV site, tow vehicles may have to park in a nearby site.

    The Schedule
    Friday 3/22

    • 2 PM - Check in after 2 PM
    • 5 PM - “Happy hour” - Bring a snack to share and your favorite beverage.  Some snacks and water (flat and flavored sparkling) will be provided. Please also bring your own reusable plate, utensils and cup/mug - these will not be provided.
    • Dinner - on your own
    • 7 PM - Group campfire (Sunset is just before 7 PM)

      Saturday 3/23

      • 9 AM - Depart for hike. (Bring a packed lunch.)  The hike specifics will be determined as the trip gets closer and we have a better sense for where the best wildflower viewing will be. (Rest assured our wildflower hike will not be strenuous.)
      • 3 PM - Time in the pools at camp.*
      • 6 PM - Potluck Dinner - Bring a main dish, side, salad or dessert. Please also bring your own reusable plate and utensils - these will not be provided.
      • 7 PM - Campfire
      • After 8 PM - Scorpion search by blacklight

        Sunday 3/24

        • 7:30 AM - Morning coffee and coffee cake will be provided.  Please also bring your own coffee mug/cup - these will not be provided.
        • 8:30 AM - Time for another dip in the pools or a short hike - and packing and cleaning up the camp sites.
        • 12:00 PM - Check Out. Optional afternoon activity.*

          *In addition to our Saturday wildflower hike, some of us may decide we also want to do one of the below as a group. And we’ll also decide as a group if and where we want to go on a hike or to Julian after packing up camp on Sunday.  Options include:

          • Shopping and eating pie in Julian - 33 miles away
          • Moonlight Canyon hike 1.8 miles (350’ elev)
          • Mountain Palm Oasis hike 3 miles (600’ elev)
          • Torote Canyon loop hike 6.5 miles (1,500’ elev)
          • Cold Canyon hike 3.0 miles (650’ elev)
          • Ghost Mountain hike 2.0 miles (500' elev) - Historic site
          • Mud Caves, Sin Nombre canyon and badlands - Off road 4x4 adventure
          • Domeland and Wind caves hike 5.0 miles (1,000' elev)
          • Indian Hill and old RR camp 6.5 miles (600' elev)
          • Carrizo Trestle / Goat Canyon 11.0 miles (1,000' elev) - Historic curved train trestle
          • Redman mine 3.8 miles (1,000’ elev)
          • Erosion Road tour 21.0 miles

            Registration for this event is restricted to Great Outdoors Members Only. Prices are based upon you being a paid member of one of our 5 chapters. To become a member of GOSD, please visit the membership page of our site. Members from other GO Chapters should contact the GOSD Webmaster to be added to our Chapter's website to enable registration for this event. Each person going must complete a separate registration. If you are not currently a member of one of our 5 Chapters, you’ll need to register with the Chapter of your choice first and then register on the GOSD website.

            Payments-Although a PayPal screen will appear requesting payment via PayPal, you can scroll down on that screen and pay with a credit card - without a PayPal account.

            Pets- Pets are permitted if they are quiet, properly restrained and under the control of the owner. Dogs must be licensed, restrained on a leash not longer than six feet, and attended at all times. Dogs are not allowed in cabins or on trails.

            Quiet Hours- 10 PM - 7 AM

            Smoking- Is not allowed in San Diego County Parks.  

            Alcohol - Alcoholic beverages are permitted provided the alcohol content does not exceed 20%.

            What to Bring

            • Food
            • Ten Essentials
            • Quarters for showers
            • Camping/cooking gear
            • Phone/camera charger
            • Warm/cool weather clothing
            • Potluck item for Saturday night
            • Pool gear (towel, swimsuit and water shoes)
            • Any prescription or other needed medications
            • Sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunblock, lip block)
            • Soap and sponge for cleaning your reusable plate, utensils and cup/mug
            • Your own reusable plate, utensils and mug/cup (No plates, utensils or cups will be provided)
            • One bundle of firewood (please no particle board, old furniture, plywood or construction materials, as these can release toxic gases when burned).

              Cell Service- Is not available in the park, but can be found by driving a short distance from the campground.


              Health Problems/allergies - It is the responsibility of participants to carry on their person a record of significant allergies, medications and medical history in the event of a medical emergency. Discuss any medical concerns with a trip leader if you wish.

              Getting There - Please carpool if you can and fill your gas tank well before arriving at camp since the nearest gas stations are in Borrego Springs (30 miles), Julian (33 miles), or Ocotillo (27 miles).

              Address/Google maps link:

              Cancellation and refunds - Please refer to our Overnight Trip Payment Policy, which is available on our website. In short, payment must be received within 2 weeks of your registration, even if paying by check. Refunds will not be available on registrations made within 2 weeks of a trip start date.

              Park information - View the Agua Caliente County Park brochure or map.

              Contact - If you have any questions not addressed by the information above or on our registration page, please feel free to contact the trip leader:

              Brent Sammons SDLocavore@gmail.com


              • 31 Mar 2019
              • 9:30 AM
              • Hellhole Canyon Valley Center
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              What a year we’ve had so far, rain, wind, and even snow, but all that precipitation means that the hills are green and the wild flowers will be putting on a spectacular show. We invite you to join us to explore north county, and don’t forget, our day activities are open to all, so bring a friend or two to enjoy the outdoors and meet new people.

              GOSD Day Outing: Hellhole Canyon County Preserve

              Hike Leader: Steve Hedge
              Meeting Time:9:30 AM
              Distance:5.0 miles (out-and-back)
              Hiking Time:2.5 hours
              Elevation Gain/Loss:700’/700’
              Trail Use:Dogs allowed

              Directions: Exit I-15 at Valley Parkway.  Go east through downtown Escondido (temporarily on an eastbound one-way street).  At 4.8 miles east of I-15, Valley Parkway becomes Valley Center Road (at the Washington Avenue intersection).  Continue another 0.8 miles to Lake Wohlford Road and turn right.  Drive 6.0 miles and turn right  on Paradise Mountain Road.  Continue east 3.3 miles to Kiavo Drive, where you bear left (north).  The preserve’s staging area and trailhead is 0.5 miles ahead.

              Description: Hellhole Canyon County Preserve, east of Valley Center, features a wide-ranging system of trails throughout most of its 1,712 acres.  The county acquired this and other parcels of surplus Bureau of Land Management (BLM) property in North County when the BLM sought to dispose of them in the 1980s.  Much of the preserve burned during the 2007 Poomacha Fire, but the vegetation has made a robust comeback. 

              From the trailhead, follow the trail leading down along a scruffy ridgeline to the north.  The boulder-studded west rampart of 3,886-foot Rodriquez Mountain lies to the east; on humid days, the mountain sometimes creates its own cloud cap.

              You then round a switchback and descend more quickly.  At 0.8 mile, you arrive at a secluded spot along Hell Creek that can only be described as enchanting.  During winter and early spring, water happily spills over smooth boulders under a canopy of spreading live oaks and twisted sycamores.  Downstream from here, more than a century ago, travelers sometimes had a hell of a time getting their wagons across the rain-swollen creek while traveling the Escondido-to-Palomar road-hence the stream’s colorful name.  Curiously, there’s no connection between the names of Hell Creek and the nearby upland area called Paradise Mountain.  The latter was apparently christened by a couple of hot and thirsty prospectors after they discovered a cold spring there.

              Just ahead, the trial joins the old, rock-lined bed of the original Escondido Canal, which was built to transport water for the San Luis Rey River into upper Escondido Creek.  On this agreeable stretch, you pass thorough one of the most charming oak glens in the whole county.  Succulent live-forevers cling to the crumbling canal walls.  For another 0.5 mile, the trail sticks with the abandoned canal, which strikes a nearly flat course across a sunny, chaparral-covered slope.

              At 1.3 miles, the trial veers uphill, leaving the old canal.  Keep left at the trail fork 100 years ahead, staying low. (The right branch climbs to the mountainous, east part of the preserve, and loops back down to join the trial ahead.) On the lower trail, you traverse a grassy slope dotted with redolent wild onions.  You then start descending back to the canal bed, join it for a short while, and descend further to reach Hell Creek right at the point where a large metal pipe crosses over.  The pipe-an inverted siphon-shortcuts the path of the original canal you were walking along earlier.  Water flowing through the siphon has come from an intake on the San Luis Rey River in the La Jolla Indian Reservation, and it is bound for Lake Wohlford, which supplies water to Escondido.  Park literature advises that you should not trespass on the privately owned siphon.  You’ve now traveled 2.5 miles from the start, and this is a good place to turn back and return the same way.

              Depending on the weather and group, we may extend the hike to go up to the top of the peak, for a more scenic view of the area.

              Don’t forget to bring water and a snack.  As always, we recommend bringing the 10 essentials. 

              Hope to see you out there!


              • 26 Apr 2019
              • 28 Apr 2019
              • Santa Cruz Island
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              Great Outdoors San Diego 
              Presents

              Santa Cruz Island Campout

              April 26 - 28, 2019

              (3 days, 2 nights)


              Breathtaking ocean views and relaxing beach time is practically guaranteed at Santa Cruz Island.  Join your Great Outdoors friends as we return to this classic getaway. Set on the eastern part of the island, the Scorpion Canyon Campground is about a 3/4 hike from the pier and is sheltered from harsh ocean winds.

              The largest of California's Channel Islands, Santa Cruz Island is one of the five islands that make up the Channel Islands National Park. The island is rich in cultural history, magnificent landscapes, and unique flora and fauna. Native American Indians inhabited the island for over 10,000 years and Europeans explored and ranched on the island for over 150 years. Over 600 plant species, 140 land birds, 11 land mammals and a handful of amphibians and reptiles call the island their home. The island fox and island scrub-jay are exciting finds, as they're unique to the island, found nowhere else in the world.  


              The trip will begin on Friday, April 26th (9:00 AM departure from the dock at Ventura harbor) and will conclude on Sunday, April 28th in the early evening (4 PM return to Ventura harbor).  We’ve taken care of the campsite and boat transportation over to the island, so all you have to do is register online, and you’re set.  As part of the trip, a two-person ocean kayak will be available for individuals to use to explore the incredible coastline.  Sign-up sheets will be available at the campsite to reserve your time on the water.  Campsite space is limited as we only have 15 spots available.  So register early to reserve your space!

              There are no services provided on the island.  So you'll need to bring all items that you will need during your stay. To keep our impact on nature as small as possible, we will not be providing disposable plates and utensils, we are requiring that everyone bring their own reusable plates and utensils.  Potable water is available at the campsite.  There is a 1/2 mile to 1 mile walk to the campsite from the pier.  So make sure you’re completely mobile; we recommend that if you're taking a cooler, make sure it has wheels.  (Some restrictions apply from the transportation provider. Click here for additional information.)  Don’t forget your 10 essentials.

              This jewel off our coast offers some of the most beautiful ocean and landscape views to be had in southern California, we hope to see you there!

              Cancellation Policy: You can cancel for a full refund on or before April 1, 2019.  Any cancellations after April 1st, 2019 will not be eligible for a refund.

              Itinerary*

              Friday 

              8:00 AM Arrive @ Ventura Harbor, check-in

              9:00 AM Boat departs for Santa Cruz Island 

              10:00 AM Arrival @ Santa Cruz Island

              1:00 PM Day Hike

              6:00 PM Meet & Greet Tea (Mai-Tai Luau)

              7:39 PM Sunset

              Saturday 

              6:14 AM Sunrise

              9:00 AM Day Hike: Smugglers Cove (7.5 miles round-trip)

              6:00 PM Potluck

              7:40 PM Sunset

              Sunday 
              6:13 AM Sunrise

              10:00 AM Day Hike: Potato Harbor (5 miles round-trip)

              3:00 PM Check-in for boat departure

              4:00 PM Depart the island for the mainland

              5:00 PM Arrive @ Ventura Harbor

              *Times are estimated and subject to change without notice.

              Getting There:

              Click here for directions to Island Packers.

              Contact Information: SANTA CRUZ SCORPION

              Mailing Address:

              1901 Spinnaker Drive

              Ventura  CA  93001

              Phone Number:

               (805)658-5730

              National Park Services Rules & Regulations:

              ·       1/2 mile to 1 mile hike to campground. Visitors must carry all their own gear.

              ·       Primitive camping. Tent camping only, no electricity/water/sewer site hook-ups at this campground. Bring low profile tents and extra food for weather delays. Partial shade from trees. Picnic table, food storage box, and drinking water provided. No stores or services.

              ·       Quiet time is enforced at 10:00 pm.

              ·       Proper food and trash storage is required. Food/trash storage lockers are provided at each site. Recommend hard-sided container (i.e., action packer) to further protect food/garbage from animals.

              ·       Visitors are required to pack out what they pack in, including garbage.

              ·       No campfires or charcoal fires. Only enclosed gas camp stoves are allowed.

              ·       Smoking is only allowed on beach areas at Scorpion, Smugglers, and Prisoners Harbors.

              ·       Avoid contact with deer mice. Hantavirus has been found in island deer mice. For more information visit: https://www.nps.gov/chis/planyourvisit/hantavirus.htm.

              ·       To help prevent the introduction of nonnative species the following items may not be brought to the park: pets; live or potted plants; soil; cut flowers; firewood or any untreated, unfinished wood (including hiking sticks); corrugated boxes; tools or equipment with attached soil; motorized vehicles; bicycles; and single-use plastic grocery bags.

              ·       No fishing in marine reserves. California fishing license and ocean enhancement sticker required to fish outside marine reserves.

              Kayakers: ocean conditions can rapidly change, requiring expert abilities. Ocean kayaking is an inherently dangerous activity. Always check weather and do not kayak beyond  experience level.


              • 19 May 2019
              • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
              • Agua Tibia Wilderness
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              GOSD Day Outing: Dripping Springs Trail

              Throughout the year GOSD hosts a number of events and activities that are designed to explore this wonderful place we call home.  This month, we’re going a bit to our north to explore an area that many have passed by, but not many have explored.  This will be one of our more strenuous hikes, so please be ready for a challenge. We hope to see you out there and bring a friend!

              Hike Leader: Steve Hedge

              Meeting Time:8:30 AM

              Distance:8-10 miles (out-and-back)

              Hiking Time:8 hours

              Elevation Gain/Loss:Up to 3,100’/3,100’ depending on milage

              Trail Use:Dogs allowed

              Directions: From I-15 exit at Temecula Parkway (CA-79), drive 10 miles east on CA 79 to Dripping Springs Campground, on the right (south) side of the road.  If the campground is closed, you can park outside and walk 0.4 mile past the campsites to reach the inner trailhead, where you sign in at a register before entering Agua Tibia Wilderness.  The trial mileage given here is keyed to the inner trailhead.

              Description: From the register at the inner trailhead, the trail immediately fords the usually dry Arroyo Seco Creek, and then begins a switchback ascent through sage scrub and chaparral vegetation liberally sprinkled with annual wildflowers in early spring.  After only 0.1 mile, there’s a trail junction.  Stay right, up the Dripping Springs Trail that is sure to give you a good cardiovascular workout.

              After 1 mile, the trail gains the top of a nearly flat ridge and then continues south toward a series of 10 ascending switchbacks that cross an old firebreak (stay on the zigzagging trial and don’t make shortcuts). Vail Lake and Southern California’s highest mountains, Old Baldy (also known as Mount San Antonio), San Gorgonio, and San Jacinto-come into view.  On a clear winter day, the snow-covered summits standing bold against the blue sky are a memorable sight.

              At about 3.5 miles (3,100’), the trail crosses the head of a small creek, where the chamise and ceanothus-dominated cover begins to yield to Manzanita and ribbonwood (red shanks) shrubs. The smooth, bronzed limbs and branches of the Manzanita support dark green, leathery leaves that turn edge-on to the sun on hot days, thus conserving moisture.  Ribbonwood has a perpetually peeling reddish bark and leathery, fragrant, light-green foliage.  Starting in February, the Manzanita shows off myriad tiny white or pinkish blossoms shaped like hanging lanterns.  Later in the year, red berries (Manzanita is Spanish for “little apple”) appear. When ripe, these edible berries taste a lot like pippin apple.

              At 4 miles, you’ll encounter the remains of climax chaparral forest dominated by Manzanita and ribbonwood. If left unburned, ribbonwoood and bigberry Manzanita can attain treelike proportions, obtaining heights greater than 25 feet and an age of 100 years or more.  Few specimens of this old-growth forest remain following the 1989 Vail Fire, which incinerated nearly the entire stand and left only a few old-growth plans intact.

              At about 4.5 miles, the trail descends a little and crosses an area of poor soil.  A view opens up to the southeast and south.  The white dome of the Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory gleams on a ridge about 9 miles southeast. You can now see the pine and oak-fringed summit ridge of Agua Tibia Mountain ahead.

              Soon you follow sharp switchbacks again, with the scenery changing from low chaparral to scattered oak and pine trees.  At the trial’s end, 6.8 miles, you join the Palmar-Magee Trial, and abandoned fire road along the Agua Tibia crest that is sporadically maintained today as a foot trail.  Note that this section can become overgrown after a single wet season, and dense chaparral may prevent travel if there hasn’t been recent maintenance.  Flat sites for trail camping can be found nearby.  If you’re taking this route as a day hike, this will be your turnaround point.

              Don’t forget to bring water and a snack.  As always, we recommend bringing the 10 essentials. 

              We hope to see you there!


              • 23 Jun 2019
              • Mission Bay

              This event is still in the planning stage. Please check back for updates.

              • 04 Jul 2019
              • 07 Jul 2019
              • Kings Canyon

              This trip is currently in the planning stages by our Great Outdoors San Diego (GO-SD) Chapter. As with all trips, dates may change or the trip might be cancelled due to inability to secure site reservations. Please contact the Vice President of Outings (VPO) via email at VPO-SD@GreatOutdoors.org for further details about this overnight event. You can also check for overnight trip updates on the GO-SD website at this link: http://greatoutdoorssandiego.wildapricot.org/page-1292906

              • 11 Aug 2019
              • La Jolla Shores

              This event is still in the planning stage. Please check back for updates.

              • 25 Aug 2019
              • 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
              • Laguna Beach, CA

              End of Summer Hike/BBQ/Pool Party


              Come out and celebrate the end of summer in Laguna Beach, we'll start the day with a hike @ 9:00 AM( Hike TBD).

              After our hike, we'll head down to Matthew's house for a BBQ and a dip in the pool.

              Link to the BBQ/Pool Party - Starting @ approx. 12 PM: 

              159 Nyes Place #5, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

              cell: (949) 394-9607

               https://www.google.com/maps/place/159+Nyes+Pl,+Laguna+Beach,+CA+92651/@33.5202115,-117.7636067,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x80dce50d283c2235:0x6e42ea8aa27f7bc!8m2!3d33.520207!4d-117.761418

              • 10 Sep 2019
              • 12 Sep 2019
              • Sheraton Bora Bora

              Test event. 

              • 22 Sep 2019
              • Palomar Mountain

              This event is still in the planning stage. Please check back for updates.

            Past events

            14 Mar 2019 GOPS-Dos Picos Park, Ramona, CA
            13 Mar 2019 GOSD Monthly Core Group Meeting and Dinner
            13 Feb 2019 GOSD Monthly Core Group Meeting and Dinner
            10 Feb 2019 Daley Ranch Hike - Rescheduled to Sunday, February 10, 2019
            24 Jan 2019 GOPS Tecopa Hot Springs Camping
            18 Jan 2019 (CANCELLED) Mojave National Preserve & Mitchell Caverns - MLK Weekend Campout
            09 Jan 2019 GOSD Monthly Core Group Meeting and Dinner
            28 Dec 2018 New Years Campout (4 Nights/5 Days) Hosted by PS and LA
            15 Dec 2018 GOSD Holiday Party
            14 Nov 2018 GOSD Annual Elections Meeting
            12 Oct 2018 All Chapter Conference
            30 Sep 2018 Day Event - End of Summer Hike/BBQ/Pool Party
            26 Aug 2018 Day Event - SCUBA/Snorkel/Picnic La Jolla Shores
            10 Aug 2018 Campout - June Lake
            22 Jul 2018 Day Event - Whale Watching
            24 Jun 2018 Day Event - Mission Bay Kayaking/SUP
            16 Jun 2018 Day Event - Sunset Trail to Big Laguna Loop
            25 May 2018 Campout - Lake Edison (Cancelled due to lack of registrants)
            29 Apr 2018 Day Hike: Hellhole Canyon County Preserve
            18 Mar 2018 Day Hike - Woodson Mountain: East Approach
            17 Sep 2017 End of Summer Hike/BBQ/Pool Party
            01 Sep 2017 Santa Cruz Island Campout
            13 Aug 2017 Day Event - Snorkeling/Picnic La Jolla Shores
            09 Jul 2017 Day Event - Mission Bay Kayaking/SUP
            05 May 2017 Lake Isabella/Remington Hot Springs Campout
            30 Apr 2017 Day Hike - Santa Rosa Plateau Loop
            31 Mar 2017 Agua Caliente Campout
            26 Mar 2017 Day Hike - Los Penasquitos Canyon - East Approach
            29 Jan 2017 Whale Watching
            13 Jan 2017 Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Campout
            31 Dec 2016 New Year's Eve (Cabin Sytle)
            30 Sep 2016 Buccaneer Days on Catalina Island - Weekend Campout
            18 Sep 2016 StandUp Paddleboarding
            11 Sep 2016 End of Summer Hike/BBQ/Pool Party
            05 Aug 2016 Horse Heaven (Laguna Mountains) - Weekend Campout
            27 May 2016 Lake Edison - Weekend Campout
            24 Apr 2016 Day Hike - McGinty Mountain
            27 Mar 2016 Bike San Diego Bay
            17 Mar 2016 Monthly Bonfire
            04 Mar 2016 Agua Caliente - Weekend Campout
            28 Feb 2016 Day Hike - Lawson Peak
            24 Jan 2016 Whale Watching
            15 Jan 2016 Mojave National Preserve - MLK Weekend Campout
            14 Nov 2015 Potluck/Sleepover/Hike
            04 Sep 2015 Campout - Pinnacles National Park
            30 Aug 2015 Day Hike - Big Bend Loop & BBQ
            10 Jul 2015 Mount Laguna El Prado Campout
            28 Jun 2015 Day Event - Kayaking Mission Bay
            10 Apr 2015 Campout - Agua Caliente Fly-in & Camp-out (SOLD OUT)
            29 Mar 2015 Day Hike - Blue Angels Peak
            16 Jan 2015 Campout - Joshua Tree National Park
            07 Dec 2014 Day Hike - Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve
            23 Nov 2014 Day Hike - Los Penasquitos Canyon - East Approach
            26 Oct 2014 Day Hike - Barker Valley
            14 Sep 2014 Day Hike - Indian Creek Loop
            10 Aug 2014 Day Event - Kayak Adventure
            27 Jun 2014 Campout - Catalina Island Adventure
            22 Jun 2014 Day Hike - Pyles Peak
            10 May 2014 Day Hike - Woodson Mountain - West Approach
            13 Apr 2014 Day Hike - Hollenbeck Canyon
            04 Apr 2014 Tecate, Mexico Campout 2014
            14 Mar 2014 Anza Borrego Wild Flower Tour 2014
            17 Jan 2014 Death Valley National Park Campout
            17 Nov 2013 Day Hike - North Fortuna Mountain
            20 Oct 2013 Day Hike - Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve
            11 Oct 2013 California Great Outdoors, Inc. - 35th Annual Conference
            18 Aug 2013 Torrey Pines State Reserve
            21 Jul 2013 Day Hike - La Jolla Shores to Blacks Beach
            16 Jun 2013 Day Hike - Los Penasquitos Canyon
            12 May 2013 Day Hike - Santa Rosa Plateau Loop
            04 May 2013 Night at Petco Park - San Diego Padres - Saturday, May 4th
            31 Mar 2013 Day Hike - Bernardo Mountain
            15 Mar 2013 Campout - Anza-Borrego Wild Flower Tour 2013
            17 Feb 2013 Day Hike - Iron Mountain
            27 Jan 2013 Day Hike - El Capitan
            13 Jan 2013 Day Hike - Downtown Organ Pavilion to Star of India
            31 Dec 2012 New Year's Eve Sleepover - Julian
            25 Nov 2012 Day Hike - Blue Sky Ecological Reserve
            28 Oct 2012 Day Hike - South Fortuna Mountain (Mission Trails)
            23 Sep 2012 Day Hike - Cuyamaca Peak
            25 Aug 2012 Pool Party/BBQ
            17 Aug 2012 Santa Rosa Mountains - Yellow Post Camping
            10 Jun 2012 Day Hike - Los Penasquitos Canyon - West Approach
            19 May 2012 Day Hike - Three Sisters Waterfalls
            29 Apr 2012 Day Hike - Lake Cuyamaca
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