Tuesday, July 1, 2014

JULY 2014


"Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised.
In the city of our God, in His holy mountain."
Psalm 48:1 NKJV





JULY 24 THURS ~ 10:30am
BALD MOUNTAIN
Enjoy fantastic views of the Mirror Lake Highway from the 11,943 summit.
The trail is less than 2 miles each way and has breath taken exposure.
It is cooler up here, so bring warmer clothes and a jacket.
Bring a sack lunch, water, hat, hiking poles, camera, sunscreen, bug spray,
and energy snacks.
MEET at Bald Mountain trailhead 10:30am.   Allow 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours to
drive from Salt Lake City.   Dave Tucker 801-467-3585  daveoutdoors@yahoo.com
Dave will be driving a white Isuzu Rodeo.  IF YOU'RE LATE:  Meet us on the trail.
MIRROR LAKE FEE:  $6 or use your Annual National Recreation Pass on a mirror hanger.
DIRECTIONS: Travel the Mirror Lake Highway, SR 150 to mile marker 29.
Make sure you buy your pass at the Mirror Lake Highway booth.
AFTERGLOW:  Our married folks might want to go fishing at Mirror Lake or wade in Provo River Falls before heading home.
Some of us are driving down the Mirror Lake Highway to the Utah/Wyoming border for 
Mark Anderson's Singles Campout "Never Alone" 
Please sign up if you plan to have fun at the Bear River Camp.  You can choose from 2 or 3 nights.   Enjoy more hikes in the Unitas to beautiful lakes, fishing trips, art classes, card games, volleyball, wading in Bear River, relax in hammock, ride a bicycle, good food, campfires, horseshoes, stargazing, and sleeping in cabins.   Showers available too.  Get away from all the fireworks and smoke and breathe clean Wyoming air.
Mark Anderson 801-414-4738, maaark_a@yahoo.com


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July 24 Thurs ~ July 27 Sun
Camp Never Alone
Singles Adventure Weekend at Bear River Camp, by the Wyoming/Utah border of the Mirror Lake Highway.  Your choice of  two or three night lodging, great camp cooking, hiking, biking, fishing, resting, games, camp fire, s'mores, n more!  Registration deadline July 12.   Children 10 and up are welcome.
CAMP INFO:   Mark Anderson 801-414-4738, email: maaark_a@yahoo.com
 

























SEPT 19 FRI
MICHAEL W. SMITH
Eden, Utah






KATHY TROCCOLI's
AMONG FRIENDS
Women's Conference
Christian Life Center,
2352 E. Highway 193, Layton, UT
Registration info:
 



























OCT 10 FRI
BANQUET FOR LIFE

Speaker Pam Tebow
PRC of Salt Lake



 
SINGLES BIBLE STUDY
FRIDAYS at 7:30pm
Enjoy worship, Bible Study and potluck.
Calvary Chapel Salt Lake
460 W. Century Drive, SLC, UT
Park in back, meet in the Youth Room.







Email:  Brenda Brinkerhoff:  brenda.brinkerhoff@stevenshenager.edu



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OUTDOORS WITH JESUS
Began the Summer of 1986, as an informal hiking & mountain biking club,
networking hikers, mountain bikers, and snowshoers across the Wasatch Front.

CLUB FOCUS: "It's all about Jesus".
"...in humility consider others as more important than yourselves." Philippians 2:3 HCB

MEMBERSHIP is FREE
Open to single and married adults. Your children and teens may attend if you supervise and are legally responsible for them.

 RATINGS:
NEWBIES ~ Beginner and kid friendly activities.
MODERATE ~ More challenging activities at your own pace.
INTERMEDIATE ~ Steeper, faster, more technical, and longer!
DIFFICULT ~ die hards!

GEAR:
You are responsible for bringing your own water, first aid, and gear.

PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL:
You will need time to sign a release, stretch, and arrange carpooling.
If you are unfamiliar to the meeting location, email us or visit Google Maps.
If you are late, try to find us at the trailhead or on the trail.

CARPOOLING:
We meet at park-n-rides so that we can carpool together to save fuel cost and to reduce the number of vehicles parked at trailheads.

DOGS:
Friendly dogs are always welcome in Millcreek Canyon, if you obey the law.
On other hikes please contact the HIKE LEADER to see if he/she wants dogs to attend.
It is illegal to take dogs into Watershed areas, such as Parley's Canyon, Upper City Creek Canyon, Little Dell Canyon, Ghost Falls, and Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
 

BLOGS:
OUTDOORS WITH JESUS: http://OutdoorswithJesus.org
DAYPACK AND THE CROSS: DAYPACK AND THE CROSS