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Tomales Bay Kayaking 2017

posted Sep 11, 2017, 5:21 PM by Aaron Campbell   [ updated Sep 17, 2017, 10:41 AM ]

Kayak over the San Andreas fault on Tomales Bay, passing from the North American to the Pacific Plate. Overnight at a boat-in only campsite in Point Reyes National Seashore’s Tule Elk Range. Practice Leave No Trace camping. Next day, paddle back to cars and return home. 

Dates: Leave Friday, Oct 6, 7AM ; Return Saturday, Oct 7, 3:30PM
Location: Tomales Bay, Pt. Reyes National Seashore
Activities: Kayak, beach camp, earthquake hike, photography, wildlife, BBQ oysters, s'mores Appropriate for: All scouts rated Swimmer in a BSA swim test (givenat Oljato) Requirements: BSA Swimmer. Current BSA Med forms (A,B,C). Kayak rental waiver.

Cost: $ 120.00 for transportation, 1⁄2 of a 2-person kayak rental, dinner, breakfast, and kayak gear. Scouts bring sack lunch for Friday and $10 for a lunch stop on the drive home Sunday. Maximum: 12 scouts (16 participants total). Register early to assure a space.
Equipment: Wear swim suit and water-appropriate shoes you will get wet. Blue Water Kayak will provide wetsuits, splash jackets, paddles, and kayaks.
Pack
list emphasizing packing light will be provided to participants in advance by e-mail.
How to Reply: Sign up at this link to reserve your space along with a non-
refundable
check made out to “Troop 57, BSA”. Deadline: September 30.

ASM Lead: Don Starkdonstark@gmail.com
ASM Lead: George Campbellgeorge@keydesign.com
Scout Lead: Aaron Campbell aaron@keydesign.com

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