Saturday Hike May 26 Memorial Day Weekend
Posted by webmaster on Thursday, 26 April 2007 (02:45:21) EDT (28 reads)
Ed Burdzy will lead an additional hike Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 26th, 2007.
The hike is in addition-to and does not replace or affect Harriman
Hikers regular Sunday Hike. Harriman Hikers meets every Sunday for
hiking, rain or shine, year-round, as we have for over 30 years.
The hike is coordinated privately by Hike Leader, Ed Burdzy. Please contact Ed by phone 973-471-0492 for questions or more info about this hike.
Hike destination will be determined by Ed, day of hike.
Meetup for Ed’s hike on Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 26th, 2007
is as usual for “Ed Hikes”, 10am in the south (public) end of the
parking lot at the Mason Jar Restaurant on Route 202 in Mahwah, NJ. Map
Ed’s Saturday hikes can be more ambitious and longer (8-12 miles or more) than Harriman Hikers’ Sunday hikes. You should speak with Ed if you have not hiked with Ed before, spoken with him about joining his Saturday hike and/or have any reservations about your abilities as a hiker. Contact Ed Burdzy 973-471-0492 for questions and more info.
Tom Strock Memorial Hike Saturday, May 5
Posted by webmaster on Monday, 30 April 2007 (19:15:53) EDT (17 reads)
ATTN: former Trailmixers:
From Bob Gawel, Henry Wong and Ron Vitale:
Tom Strock Memorial Hike
Saturday, May 5, 2007
It has been almost a year since our fellow hiker and friend, Tom Strock,
has gone on to better trails.
Bob Gawel is planning to lead a hike in Harriman State Park in memory of Tom on Saturday, May 5th. He will be meeting people in the back parking lot of the DoubleTree Hotel on Route 17 South in Mahwah [just south of Route 202] between 12:30 PM and 1:00 PM.
After the hike, people may optionally join Bob for dinner at the Mahwah Bar and Grill (MB&G) on Route 202 in Mahwah.
No response is necessary. Just show up at the meeting place on Saturday, May 5th between 12:30 PM and 1:00 PM. — Henry Wong via Ron Vitale
The above event is in addition to and does affect or replace Harriman Hikers regular Sunday Hike.
A New York – New Jersey Singles Hiking Club. Since 1974.