New Jersey Sierra Club Outdoor Outings List

 

 

 

 

JUNE

 

 (Date Change) Jun 1 (Sat): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 10am. Join us for an 8- mile trip on the Delaware River. The trip will be leisurely with opportunities to practice skills for paddling in moving water which include ferrying and eddy turns. Helmets required and spray skirts recommended. Current Sierra Club membership required.  Contact leaders to confirm trip, participation and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 2 (Sun): Hike Huber Woods Park, Middletown (Monmouth Co). 9:30am. We will walk the hickory and oak forest with occasional distant views of the Navesink River – listen and look for pileated woodpeckers. About 4 miles at an easy pace, some ups and downs. Beginners welcome, supportive footwear recommended, bring plenty of water. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com .  (JS)

 

 

Jun 7 (Fri):  Barnegat Bay Blitz Land and Water Cleanup (Ocean Co). 9am – 2pm. This is the 7th year that the Sierra Club is participating in the “Blitz”.  We'll meet Lauren Keltos, NJDEP Team Captain Barnegat Township, at the Barnegat public launch area.  Option for a land cleanup or bring your kayak and we'll paddle to areas designated for cleanup in the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.  Garbage bags and gloves will be provided.  Bring water and snacks.  After the cleanup – option for late lunch at Sweet Jenny’s Restaurant. Rental kayaks are not available.  Contact leaders to confirm participation. George & Leona F. 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com  (W)

 

 

Jun 8 (Sat):  Storm King Art Center (Orange Co, NY). 11am. We will tour the Art and Sculpture gardens, with easy walking through through countryside that includes farmed fields, natural woodlands, lawns, native grasses & wetlands.   $18 admission ($15 for seniors). https://stormking.org /. Address: 1 Museum Rd, New Windsor NY 12553.    Rain cancels. Leaders: Ron Pate and Ellen Blumenkrantz.  Participants must register with Ron Pate: ronpate31@verizon.net by May 15.
 


Jun 8 (Sat):  Lake Tiorati, Harriman State Park (Rockland Co, NY).  10am.  The hike will cover 8 miles in 4 hours in hilly terrain around Lake Tiorati.  Features: Views of Lake Tiorati.   https://parks.ny.gov/parks/117/details.aspx  Facilities: There is a restroom building next to the parking lot.  Requirements:  Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via web: Start with the calendar at  https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the Lake Tiorati Hike, then click on RSVP. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.  Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: The_Hikist@Mac.com.

 

 

Jun 8 (Sat): Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek on World Oceans Day (Ocean Co).  9am. We’ll paddle 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park and option into Lanoka Harbor/Barnegat Bay. Rental boats are available from Cedar Creek Campground.   http://www.cedarcreeknj.com/kayak-canoe  Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation:  George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 14 (Fri): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co).  10am. It’s Flag Day – wear red, white and blue!  We’ll paddle 8 miles from Kingwood to Bulls Island. Paddling helmets required for all paddlers; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Bring lunch, snacks and beverage or buy lunch at the Famous Hot Dog Man’s River Island. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location.  Current Sierra Club membership required: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 15 (Sat): A Sightseeing Afternoon In and Around Paterson (Passaic Co). 11:45am

Meet at Lambert Castle parking lot.  We’ll tour the Castle from 12 to 1, then drive to Paterson to view the Great Falls and have lunch at a local eatery. Then drive to nearby Haledon to visit the American Labor Museum at the historic Botto House. Tour the museum from 3 to 4pm.  Directions: Just west of the junction of Rtes 3 and 46, take the Valley Rd. exit from Rte 46.

Go north on Valley Rd. for 2 miles to the Lambert Castle entrance on the left. Leader: Jay Dibble: jaydib41090@peoplepc.com.   Registration Required Via Web:  https://act.sierraclub.org/events/details?formcampaignid=7010Z000001qtbaQAA.

 

 

Jun 16 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Tidal Maurice River (Atlantic Co).  9:30am. The Maurice is a nationally recognized Wild and Scenic River and its environment supports a great variety of plant and animal life, including Ospreys and Bald Eagles.  We’ll paddle 10 miles on the tidal Maurice River.  Rentals are not available.  Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location:. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 21 (Fri):  Canoe/Kayak the Batsto River on the First Day of Summer (Burlington Co).  8:30am. The aquatic flowering plants of the NJ Pinelands will still be in bloom on our 7-mile Pinelands paddle from Quaker Bridge to Batsto Lake.  We’ll use Pinelands Adventures for our trip shuttle: www.pinelandsadventures.org. Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 23 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co).  9am. We’re paddling 10 miles from Riegelsville to Kingwood Access. The proposed route of the Penn East Pipeline, with “fracking gas,” will cross from PA thru Riegelsville, destroying the environment and the fragile ecosystems of the Sourland Mountains in Hunterdon.   Paddling helmets required for all participants. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

Jun 27 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River/Crosswicks Creek (Burlington Co). 9am. We’ll meet at the confluence of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek at Bordentown Beach. Depending on weather/wind conditions we’ll paddle the tidal Delaware River or the Crosswicks Creek.  Contact leaders to confirm trip plans and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com. (W)

 

 

JULY

 

 

JULY 2-5:  Join us in Scenic Stratton Mountain, Vermont. We will hike, bike, kayak and yoga.  Swimming pool, hot tub and sauna on premises. Fourth of July fireworks-concert-barbeque.  All-inclusive food and accommodations. Spa services also available for additional cost. Please contact leader if interested by May 15: Ron Pate:  ronpate31@verizon.net .

 

 

Jul 5 (Fri): Canoe/Kayak the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. We’re paddling 10 miles from Godfrey Bridge to Chips Folly Campground (takeout fee). Canoes and kayaks can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental (609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 8 (Mon): Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 10am. We’ll paddle 8 miles from Lake Oswego to Harrisville Lake. Meet at Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe/Kayak Rental (609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 10 (Wed): Canoe/Kayak the Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 9:30am. The section we paddle will depend on weather conditions. Rental boats are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and details. Option for early breakfast at the Vincentown Diner. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 13 (Sat): Island Pond Hike and Swim, Harriman State Park, (Rockland Co. NY). 10am.

https://parks.ny.gov/parks/145.  The hike will cover 7 miles in 4 hours. Hilly terrain. Moderate to Strenuous difficulty.  Features: the Elk Pen, the Appalachian Trail, Island Pond, Backcountry Wilderness.  Facilities:  None.  Requirement: Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via Web:  Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the "Island Pond Hike and Swim", then click on RSVP.  Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.

Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: The_Hikist@mac.com.

 

 

Jul 14 (Sun): Hike Turkey Swamp Park, Freehold (Monmouth Co). 10:30am. Forest and the meandering Manasquan River will greet us. About 5 miles, easy pace, mostly level, some roots, can be muddy; bring plenty of water, beginners welcome, supportive footwear recommended. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . The Shore Group’s annual picnic will follow this hike, a Pot Luck event, all are welcome. (JS)

 

 

Jul 14 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River on Bastille Day (Hunterdon Co). 9am. We’re paddling 10 miles from Riegelsville to Kingwood Access. The proposed route of the Penn East Pipeline, for “fracking gas,” will cross from PA thru Riegelsville, destroying the environment and the fragile ecosystems of the Sourland Mountain in Hunterdon. Paddling helmets required for all participants. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Frenchtown is celebrating Bastille Day! Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 17 (Wed): National Hot Dog Day Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 10am. We’re paddling 8 miles from Kingwood Access to Bulls Island. We’ll have our lunch break at the Hot Dog Man’s River “Restaurant”; bring or buy lunch. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 20 (Sat): Jockey Hollow Leader's Choice (Morris Co). 9:45am. Meet at the Visitors Center for a 10am start. GPS address: 586 Tempe Wick Rd, Morristown 07960.  (This address is approximate.)  Leader's choice of trails depending on conditions at Morristown National Historical Park.  For directions and information see http://www.nps.gov/morr/planyourvisit/directions.htm. Bring lots of water, a snack, and wear hiking boots. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 


Jul 20 (Sat): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River Water Gap (Warren Co). 9am. Let’s Go to The Gap! The Delaware River is the longest undammed river in the East. Our trip will be 16 miles. Paddling helmets required for all paddlers; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders for further information: Leona & George F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 22 (Mon): Canoe/Kayak the Great Egg Harbor River (Atlantic Co). 10am. We’ll paddle 10+ miles from Penny Pot to Weymouth. Palace Outfitters will shuttle our group. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Jul 27 (Sat):  South Mountain Reservation hike (Essex Co). 10am. Meet at the Turtle Back Parking Area, off Walker Rd, West Orange.  A moderately difficult hike of 6 miles to Hemlock Falls and return on the Rahway trail.  Wear hiking boots, bring lunch, rain cancels.  Leader:  Ron Pate: ronpate31@verizon.net.

 

 

Jul 28 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. We’ll paddle 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park. Rental boats are available from Cedar Creek Campground: www.cedarcreeknj.com/kayak-canoe . Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com.  (W)

 

 

AUGUST

 

 

Aug 1 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. We’re paddling 10 miles from Hawkin Bridge to Beaver Branch. Canoes and kayaks can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental (609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com  . Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 4 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Warren Co). 9am. Paddle 10 miles. Helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip section and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 9 (Fri): Canoe/Kayak the Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 9:30am. The section we paddle will depend on weather conditions. Rental boats are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and details. Option for early breakfast at the Vincentown Diner. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 10 (Sat):  Patriots Path Stroll (Morris Co). 10am. Come take an easy stroll on Patriots Path in Morristown. This 5-mile stroll will start out from the Speedwell Park parking lot: across the street from Historic Speedwell. See the Morris County Parks website (http://www.morrisparks.org) for directions, or put the following address into your preferred map engine: “Speedwell Park, Morristown NJ 07960”. Please bring plenty of water and a light snack. Great for beginners. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com . Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 

 

Aug 10 (Sat): Camp Mohican Hike and Swim, Delaware Water Gap, Blairstown (Morris Co).  10am.  https://www.nps.gov/dewa/index.htmThe hike will cover 7 miles in 4 hours. Hilly terrain.  Moderate to Strenuous difficulty. Features:  Views of the Delaware River valley, Clean water in Catfish Pond, the Coppermine Trail, the Appalachian Trail, Backcountry Wilderness

Facilities: Port-a-john in the parking lot, and restrooms at Camp Mohican.  Required: Hiking Boots, knapsack and water, bring a lunch.  Registration required via Web:

Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey and click on the  Camp Mohican Hike and Swim, then click on RSVP.  Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.  Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: The_Hikist@mac.com.

 

 

Aug 11 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. We’ll paddle 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park. Rental boats are available from Cedar Creek Campground: www.cedarcreeknj.com/kayak-canoe . Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 14 (Wed): Canoe/Kayak the Batsto River (Burlington Co). 10:30am. We’ll enjoy a later start on our 7-mile Pinelands paddle from Quaker Bridge to Batsto Lake. We’ll use Pinelands Adventures for our trip shuttle (www.pinelandsadventures.org). Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 18 (Sun): Hike Shark River Park, Wall (Monmouth Co). 10am. After a circuit through the outer reaches of the park, we will enjoy the babbling brook that's Shark River in this area. About 5 miles at an easy pace, some short climbs, mostly flat. Beginners welcome, supportive footwear recommended, bring plenty of water. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . (JS)

 

 

Aug 18 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Warren Co). 9am. Paddle 10 miles. Helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip section and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 21 (Wed): Canoe/Kayak the Great Egg Harbor River (Atlantic Co). 10am. We’ll paddle 7 miles to Lake Lenape. Palace Outfitters will shuttle our group. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Aug 24 (Sat): Hike in Harriman State Park (Rockland Co, NY).  9:30am. A moderately paced hike (about 2 miles/hour) for 7-8 miles along scenic trails with views of the lakes and rock formations of Harriman State Park.  Group limited to 12 participants, who must preregister with leader via email: Ellen Blumenkrantz: ellenblumenkrantz@hotmail.com. Rain cancels. (N)

 

 

Aug 26 (Mon): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River from Bordentown to Burlington – “Elcon Update” ((Burlington Co). 10am. This is a 10-mile tidal trip from Bordentown to Bucks County. Learn about the status and risks of a raw industrial liquid hazardous waste treatment facility that is proposed by Elcon; sited in PA: directly across from Bordentown, on the Delaware River:   https://communitynews.org/2019/05/01/controversial-elcon-facility-in-bucks-county-poses-toxic-threat-to-new-jersey/ . Kayaks must be 12 ft or over. We can expect power boat traffic and boat wakes. Bring lunch and water. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com  (C)

 

 

SEPTEMBER

 

 

Sept 2 (Mon): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River on Labor Day (Hunterdon Co). 10am. We’re paddling 8 miles from Kingwood Access to Bulls Island; lunch break at the Hot Dog Man’s River “Restaurant”; bring or buy lunch. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 5 (Thurs): Mercer Park - Land and Water Cleanup – Sierra Club Water Sentinels and Princeton University Community Action (Mercer Co). 10am - 1pm. Lake Mercer was formed by Assunpink Dam #20 and is part of the Delaware River Watershed. Join the NJ Sierra Club and the Princeton University Community Action team for our 10th Annual Cleanup at Mercer County Park. Help us pick up litter and trash as we enjoy a scenic walk along Lake Mercer and the lovely wooded trails. Or you can bring your kayak/canoe to collect trash on the lake (life jackets must be worn). Bring lunch and water. Bring gloves; trash bags will be provided. Contact leaders to confirm the cleanup: Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com , and Joanne P: 609-443-6992 or jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

Sept 8 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 10am. We’ll paddle 8 miles from Lake Oswego to Harrisville Lake. Meet at Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe/Kayak Rental (609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. It’s the Virgo b’day paddle!! We’ll eat cake and paddle 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park. Cedar Creek is one of the prettiest Pines streams. Boats can be rented from Cedar Creek Campgrounds www.cedarcreeknj.com  or 732-269-1413). Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Turtleback Rock, South Mountain Reservation (Essex Co).  10am. We will start at Turtleback Rock trailhead. See the Essex County Parks Commission website (http://www.essexcountyparks.org/parks/south-mountain-reservation) for directions or Google <Walker Road, West Orange NJ>. Bring lots of water, and wear hiking boots. We will take the orange trail down to Hemlock Falls and also see the famous Turtleback Rock. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Skylands Manor Hike, Ringwood State Park (Passaic Co). 10am.

https://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/ringwood.html.  The hike will cover 7 miles in 4 hours in hilly terrain, moderate to strenuous difficulty.  Note: A second leader will lead a shorter version of the hike, 3-4 miles, moderate to easy  Features: the NJ Botanical Gardens. Choice of a longer or shorter hike. Iigenstein Rock Lookout for the longer hike.  Facilities: there is a restroom building near the parking lot.  Requirements:  hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via web:  start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey,  and click on the  "Skylands Manor Hike", then click on RSVP.  Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.

Leaders: Jimi Oleksiak: The_Hikist@Mac.com and  Mary Walsh: blehlwalsh@hotmail.com.

 

 

Sept 15 (Sun): Walk at Sandy Hook, near Highlands (Middletown/Monmouth Cos). 10am. Late summer at the shore. This walk is mostly in a mixed dwarf forest (just behind the dunes) with lots of holly, juniper, and cedar, all within the National Recreation Area. Mostly flat, a portion (ocean views) is on the sandy ocean beach. Approx. 4 miles, easy pace, bring plenty of water, beginners welcome. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . (JS)

 

 

Sept 19 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak Tuckerton Creek (Ocean Co). 10am. We’ll paddle Tuckerton Creek, weather conditions permitting. This is a tidal trip. Contact leaders for trip details and meeting information: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 21 (Sat): Eagle Rock Reservation Hike (Essex Co). 10 am.  Meet at 9/11 Memorial parking area off Eagle Rock Ave. West Orange. 5 miles at an easy pace.  Pretty view of NYC.  Bring lunch; hiking boots a must. Rain cancels.  Leader:  Ron Pate: ronpate31@verizon.net.

 

 

Sept 23 (Mon): Autumnal Equinox - Canoe/Kayak the Mullica River (Burlington Co). 8:30am. This is a 12-mile trip for experienced Pines paddlers; expect downfalls and portages. Pinelands Preservation Alliance has launched Pinelands Adventures and we’ll use Pinelands Adventures for our shuttle: http://www.pinelandsadventures.org . Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 26 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Mercer Co). 10am. The trip is 10 miles from Kingwood to Bulls Island. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. We’ll stop at the Hot Dog Man’s “River Restaurant”. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip, meeting location and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 29 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware and Raritan Canal on World Rivers Day (Somerset Co). 10am. World Rivers Day is a global celebration of the world's waterways, observed every last Sunday in September. The D&R Canal is a drinking water resource for almost 2 million residents of NJ. Our 7-mile round trip will be on the Griggstown – Blackwells Mills section of the canal. Rentals are available from Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental. Bring lunch and water. Please register with leaders for details and to confirm the trip. George & Leona F, 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com  (RV)

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