[NFBWATLK] [NFBSea] Greater Seattle Chapter Hike Next Weekend (Sunday June 9)
michaeldforzano at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 21:45:02 UTC 2019
Just a reminder about the hike tomorrow. If you're planning to go and
haven't already let me know, please email or text me so that I know
who is going. As a reminder we are meeting at the Mount Baker Transit
Center, Bay 2 at 11:00AM. If taking the light rail, you would need to
cross Rainier Ave to get to the transit center. Another option is bus
8 which stops in the transit center at bay 2 where we are meeting.
On 6/3/19, Jim Portillo <portillo.jim at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hope this doesn’t seem like a silly or overly-logical piece of advice. I
> would just suggest that when we do this hike, let’s all make sure and have a
> good, solid cane we can use with ease. For example, I don’t think I’d use a
> telescopic cane simply because it might telescope on you at the strangest
> times if you’re not careful. We don’t know how smooth or rough this trail
> is going to be, so those of us who use canes want to make sure we’re using
> them properly so as to detect the obstacles we might encounter.
> Sent from my iPhone 7!
>> On Jun 2, 2019, at 12:52 PM, Michael Forzano via NFBSea
>> <nfbsea at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Next Sunday the Greater Seattle Chapter will be taking the Metro Trailhead
>> direct bus to the East Sunset Way trailhead to hike the Tradition Lake
>> Loop Trail.
>> When: Sunday June 9, 2019
>> Time: 11:00A-5:00P
>> Meeting location: Mount Baker Transit Center Bay 2. We will be taking the
>> 11:11AM trailhead direct Mount Baker TC to Issaquah Alps route to the East
>> Sunset Way Trailhead (the ride is about 50 minutes).
>> Hike location: Tradition Lake Loop Trail
>> This is a 3.7 mile hike rated as easy by AllTrails. Based on the reviews,
>> the trails are well maintained and there is very little elevation change.
>> We plan to return to Seattle at around 5PM, but this will depend on how
>> long the hike takes us. The trailhead direct bus back to Mount Baker
>> transit center runs every half hour in the afternoon.
>> Please note that this is an adventure in nature so dress appropriately and
>> bring snacks and water. Below is a list of recommended items.
>> Hiking shoes or lightweight boots
>> Hiking poles
>> Sunglasses and a hat that covers the ears and shades the face
>> Light colored clothing to reflect heat
>> Snacks such as trail mix, cheese and crackers, baby carrots, chocolate,
>> portable high protein foods
>> A small day pack should suffice for carrying things you will need
>> Please RSVP to me by email at michaeldforzano at gmail.com or by text at
>> (914) 806-7579 if you plan on joining us.
>> Hope to see you there, and feel free to contact me with any questions.
>> Mike Forzano, Greater Seattle Chapter President
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