Hiking and Partying Equal One With SCVN   Leave a comment

The Coronado National Forest in the Santa Catalina Mountains remains closed because of clean-up after the Big Horn Fire. We miss our hikes and gatherings on Mt. Lemmon away from the Tucson heat and sharing fellowship. Of course, even without the fire, the pandemic would have probably changed our celebration methods, but not stopped them. Next year we will continue the tradition. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Having begun back in June, the Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) summer hikes in the higher elevations of the Santa Catalina Mountains now has two hikes remaining on Mt. Lemmon before starting our trek down the mountain in October, offering our Friday hikes in the desert. This year our summer Friday hikes have experienced a good turnout, no storms and no injuries, and as usual fun has been had by all.

As an organization, SCVN is always ready to party, so in the middle of last Friday’s hike a spontaneous (plan by some) surprise birthday party for Rick and Maribeth took place in the Marshall Gulch picnic area. It was also an opportunity for some who have not been able to hike regularly this summer, to make it out and spend time together.

kenne

SCVN (and invited public) party in Marshall Gulch (August 14, 2015) — Images and video by kenne

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Posted August 11, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

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