Waiver More Forms Thursday, July
26, 2007 7 p.m. Evening
Beach Walk. Meet at the Kemil Road parking lot near Lake Michigan in
the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in Porter County. Learn about
Indiana Dunes conservation issues. Sandy O'Brien, (219) 942-2956,
Sunday, August 5, 2007 Morning
Glory Ride. Sponsored by the Miami, Ohio Group of the Sierra Club, this
event is a fun family activity, with an emphasis on safety.
It begins in the early morning quiet at 5 a.m. at Sawyer Point Park
along downtown Cincinnati's riverfront. It ends with a hearty breakfast
served along the Serpentine Wall under a brilliant sunrise - Mother
Nature permitting. 2,000 riders have shared in this early dawn
experience, making it one of the area's most popular rides. The cost is
$35. Visit www.morninggloryride.org. Saturday, August 11, 2007 7
with the Birds.Enjoy the Lake Michigan beach in the cool morning and
meet kindred souls. Meet at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
pavilion on Lake Michigan, just west of Broadway in Beverly Shores.
Ruth Bicknese (219)464-4821.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007 6 p.m.
and Friends Potluck Picnic. Robinson Lake City Park at ~5200 S.
Liverpool Road in Hobart. Bring a dish to share and chairs to sit on.
Sandy O'Brien (219)942-2956, email@example.com
Saturday, August 18, 2007 8
Roadside cleanup outing along Route 12 in the Indiana Dunes. Meet at
the Inland Marsh parking lot between Ogden Dunes and County Line Road.
Please bring gloves. Water and snacks will be provided. Dave Ellis,
(219) 730-7913, firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday, September 22,
2007 9 a.m.
Knobstone Trail Hike. Co-sponsored by the Winding Waters Group
and the Cumberland Chapter of Louisville. We will hike a 9-mile section
of the Knowstone Trail starting at the Leota Trailhead and ending at
the New Chapel Trailhead. From the Indiana Department of Natural
Resources: "The trail crosses several steep ridges as it heads south
from the Leota Trailhead through the Clark backcountry area. It then
drops into the lush North Branch Valley, one of the most scenic areas
salong the trail (abundant ferns, wildflowers, and very large
trees), berfore winding its way up a very steep slope. The trail then
traverses rolling to rugged terrain again, past a few wildlife ponds,
to the New Chapel Trailhead." Strnuous hike with steep hills,
Directions to Leota Trailhead: From Interstate I-65 take exit 29,
Scottsburg, IN. Go west on Highway 56 for 4.1 miles and turn left on
Zion Road. Go 1 mile and turn right on Stagecoach Road. Go 1.1 mile and
turn right on Leota Road. Go 1.3 miles to top of knobs and turn right
on Saylor Road. Go 100 yards and turn right on to gravel trailhead
entrance road. Leaders: Charlie Mitch (email@example.com) and Joe Bina (firstname.lastname@example.org)