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Troop 57 May News (2015) NEW!
Once again, we have two awesome bike rides for you all.  The 25-mile route will bike over the Dumbarton Bridge (yes, you can do this, and it’s safe) to the Coyote Hills in Fremont.  Along the way, you’ll ride along levees through the middle of the bay, which is a really unique view of the place.  Best of all, you’ll end up riding on roads less than you do on a normal day going to and from school.  At the end of the day, you’ll be able to say with pride, “I did that!”

Sign up for the 25 mile ride here:  http://goo.gl/forms/o2qfLtV5FL.  

The 50+ mile rides back from the Golden Gate Bridge to Palo Alto.  Scouts who have done a previous 50 mile ride, or who did the qualification ride in January are welcome to join.

Sign up for the Golden Gate Bridge ride here 

Start Time & Location:  Lead ASM will notify 
Food: Bring snacks, lunch, and two bottles of water 
Other: Spare tube, tire irons, layered clothing


Scout Lead: Jonathan Stoschek  jonathan.stoschek@gmail.com 
Lead ASM 25-miler: Geordie McKee gmckee@renault-handley.com 
Lead ASM 50-miler: Gordon Craig        roycraig@pacbell.net




The most recognizable mountain in California's wine country, Mount St. Helena rises sharply above the valley just north of Calistoga. At 4,343', Mount St. Helena's summit overlooks Lassen Peak, the Sierra Nevada mountains, Snow Mountain, Mount Diablo, Mount Tamalpais, and the Pacific Ocean. The route to the peak starts in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, where the famous author of Treasure Island and Kidnapped honeymooned in 1880.  









Troop 57 covered in Palo Alto Pulse!!

Lots of eager kids across the country participate in Boy Scouts when they are young, drawn by trips, outdoor adventures and maybe even the marshmallows around the campfire. But as they get older, sports, friends and other interests often take over, and only about 7 percent of boys persist through the challenging process of earning the Eagle Scout rank when they are in high school. [Read the full article]

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