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South Cow Mountain run

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I'd like to organize a run to South Cow Mountain near Santa Rosa towards the end of October. Ive never been there but the people Ive talked with said its pretty fun and has trails of varying difficulty. There is camping for those that would want to make a 2 day trip out of it and its close enough to make a day run as well. Anyone interested?

 

http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/ukiah/cowmtn.html

 

 

 

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Well i guess it could be whenever works for everyone. We just got a red tag contract so im digging my heels in for some serious OT for at least 2 weeks. Probably Halloween weekend or the weekend after.

 

Google says 2.5 hour drive from Oakland

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I vote for Nov 6-8th. I got work on Sunday Nov 8th, but I'll see if anyone can cover. Other than that, if you want to do Friday Saturday that works great too.

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How bout you, Delta? What works for you? Weekend after halloween?

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Fri- sat works for me. I always work on sunday and we are pretty busy lately. Hard to get sunday off.

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Sounds good to me. Ill check to see if i can reserve a campsite for friday night.

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Just to give us a head start, whats the plan on friday??? Leave time? Are we caravaning? Plans for dinner? Should we communal dinner??? Who's all going???? Speak up people!

 

I say we do communal dinner. haha.

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sorry guys i cant make it. my work got me. mandatory overtime.

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