Bob Gawel will lead a moonlight hike Saturday, Sept 22, 2007
UPDATE Friday, September 21st: The hike tomorrow/night is a GO as planned- See you there- Bob and Rich
Logistics and Moon phase:
MEETUP Time: at the Doubletree Hotel, 180 Route 17 South, Mahwah, NJ, 07430 between 3:30 and 4:00pm (back parking lot). End time around 11:30pm, but is only approximate. Hike destination determined by Hike Leader day of hike. Meetup at Doubletree Hotel only.
Rain existing or imminent as of Saturday morning cancels. We will make a decision go/no-go early Saturday morning. Announcement will be posted here and on www.hikingfun.org. If you wish to be emailed updates, please use the “Stay Updated” form in the far right column on the www.hikingfun.org homepage.
Moonphase: half-full, waxing
Moonrise: 4:50 pm
Moonset: 1:25 am
RAIN Date: Saturday, Sept 29th, 2007. Meeting time and place: same as above. Near-Full Moon. Rain existing or imminent as of Saturday morning cancels. We will make a decision go/no-go early Saturday morning. Announcement and new reschedule date will be posted here and on www.hikingfun.org. If you wish to be emailed updates, please use the “Stay Updated” form in the far right column on the www.hikingfun.org homepage.
What to Bring:
Please bring your own flashlight or headlamp. Moon helps light the forest, but you need some sort of direct light to help light the pathway directly in front of you.
Please bring food to cook out, snacks and beverages to share Camping grills, paper plates and utensils are needed as well. Please do not come empty-handed. it’s only fun if EVERYONE contributes!
What to Wear:
Please dress accordingly for a possible warm day-cool evening. Hiking boots are recommended. Hike will be 3-5 miles total, but will be a hike nonetheless, on wooded trails and upaved woods roads.
Would be helpful to have some idea of how many people to expect, please send an rsvp email to email@example.com if you are planning on attending. Thanks!
This event is coordinated privately By Bob Gawel and Rich Hobbs, 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.