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P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON
VOL. XXXIII JULY 1963 No. 10
ALL ABOARD FOR GLACIER PARK. CAMP SITE HAS BEEN RESERVED FOR US AND IS AT THE EAST END OF ST MARY LAKE COME ALONG AND LISTEN TO THE BUGLE CALL FOR EATS OR MAC WILL THROUGH THEM OUT. THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL NATIONAL PARK IN THE U.S.
ENTRANCE POINT BELTON OR WEST ENTRANCE SIGN_UP DEAD LINE JULY 20th
Time is flying by and outing time is almost here again. Your attention is called to the fact that sign-up deadline is July 20---just days away. The outing committee urges everyone planning to go on the outing to sign up right away. See sheet and details at Gilbert Shoe Store, 49 East Brdwy, or Contact Barbara Hasek, 747-2458, or Jim Jeppesen, 688-2598, or Mac McWilliams 345-1422. Please do so now.
Glacier Park offers unsurpassed scenery by trail and auto. It is reputed to be one of the best hiking areas there is. The committee has a list of planned hikes and trips made up and the Park Service has hikes scheduled also. In the evenings we will have our own campfire and for those who wish, lectures and films by the Park Service will be close at hand. All this and good food are offered those attending this thirty-fourth annual outing. Those signed up already make up only two thirds those required for a successful camp. We must have enough signed up the evening of July 20th so the committee can make necessary final arrangements, or we will not have an outing. And NOTE: Your initial payment must be in by then, too.
So get busy. NOW.
JULY 13-SATURDAY MT FUJI Q. This is the first of the Saturday trips and how well attended it is will have some bearing on future Saturday trips. Dorothy Towlerton is leader. Phone 345-4079.
For other Sat. trips read your Bulletin for June and Phone Helen Smith. 343-4720.
JULY 14-BLAIR LAKE AND MULE MOUNTAIN. To the North East of Oakridge. Ever been there? Now would be a good time to go and such a nice leader, Mary Jo Johannis.
JULY 21-McDUFF PEAK. Q. Years ago a plaque was placed on this peak by the USFS and the Obsidians in memory to an ardent forester. Art Johnson, leader.
JULY 27-28-HUSBAND LAKE. Q. Back pack the Foley Ridge way and camp over night on the shores of Husband Lake. Then out by way of Linton Meadows and Linton Lake. Lloyd Plaisted, leader.
AUG. 4-ECHO MOUNTAIN. Q. This is east of Iron Mountain. Dale Carlson, leader.
AUG. _11. Dave Burwell will lead us on a surprise trip someplace up in the McKenzie country.
AUG.-18. LAMBS BUTTE. Q. Back pack and spend the night at Lambs Butte. Go in by way of Horse Pasture and out by way of French Pete. Helen Smith, leader.
AUG. 24-25. HOLE-IN-THE-WALL. Q. Back pack to Carl Lake and spend the night. Then out by way of Hole-in-the-Wall. This is a very interesting trail. The Sebrings will be leading.
AUG. 31-Sept 1-2. 3 days into Green Lakes with Bob Medill. Q.
SEP. 8 BLACK CRATER. Q. This is just over the M cKenzie Pass and is a very nice trip Mac McWilliams, leader.
JULY 13-14. NORTH SISTER with Bob Ashworth
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