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Houston, Texas
77292-5516



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April, 2019

Saturday
6
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Just a piddling around looking at things trip in the Trinity Delta. Between 11 and 15 miles.

Full description: We will put in at the Trinity River Boat ramp on the west side of the river, at I-10. We will paddle through Lake Pass, Miller Lake,
Wednesday
10
Bayland Community Center
7:00 PM
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Speaker to be announced
Saturday
13
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The Grand Opening of the Neches River Refuge at HWY 79 and the River will be held that Saturday. You can go under the web site of the Friends of the Neches River.https://www.fws.gov/refuge/neches_river/ I will there in the morning make fresh perked coffee for early risers. All kinds of activities for Adults and children. 4400 acres by the Neches River for our future in a refuge.The Texas Conservation Alliance is involved with Dr. Michael Banks.
Hope to see you there,
Mary Ellen Zaborowski
House 903 478 2000
Cell 903 258 7615
Houston Contact
Paul Woodcock
713 594 9969
Saturday
20
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Just a piddling around looking at things trip in the Trinity Delta. Distance will be a minimum of 16 miles and if we avail ourselves of any of the side trip opportunities it could be around 20.

Full description: We will meet at the Trinity River Boat ramp on the west side of the river, at I-10. We will shuttle up to Trinity River NWR to put in on Pickett’s Bayou. Our basic route will be down Picketts Bayou to the Trinty at Mark’s Bend, then down the Trinity to the Sulphur Cut, into Lake Charlotte and around to the entry to Mud Lake, through Mud Lake Bayou to Lake Miller, out the Miller lake cut to Lake Pass and back to the Trinity to the take out at the west side of I-10 boat ramp. We can improvise a bit from there, perhaps paddling up Mack Bayou and and back before heading to Lake Charlotte. We’ll see. This is always a nice easy trip with lots to see. Migration should be picking up too.

Skill Level: Novice. Generally flat water, and not overly long. But anything over 10 miles can get tiring.

Meet on the west side (closest to Houston) of the Trinity at I-10

Phone numbers for Bruce: 832-882-1657/281-438-7398
Thursday
25
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.
Friday
26
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.
Saturday
27
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.
Sunday
28
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.
Monday
29
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.
Tuesday
30
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Initial plan calls for roughly 55-65 miles in 4 days of paddling. Actual route will depend on conditions at the end of April. Wherever we go, we will see magnificent bluffs, waterfalls and new green growth. Be prepared for inclement weather.