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Trip: Southern Maine Camping-Beaching-Cycling-Kayaking-Clamming Trip
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|Trip Name||Southern Maine Camping-Beaching-Cycling-Kayaking-Clamming Trip|
|Trip Desc||We'll be heading up north and staying on the Southern Maine coast near Kennebunkport. The current plan is to organize some cycling and kayaking trips on Saturday and Sunday, as well as some clamming on Saturday (we'll be arranging for permits and acquiring equipment based on interest). Saturday night dinner will be a seafood feast and is included. Gas/other meals are not included in the trip fee.
The trip fee for the weekend is $20 and can be paid here -- see the 'Trips' drop-down for 'Coastal Maine Trip':
Tent/sleeping bag/etc. rentals are included in the trip fee, but MITOC membership is required to check out equipment. Since this is a GSC-funded collaboration award trip, MITOC membership is *not* required to attend, but signing the MITOC waiver IS required (here: http://web.mit.edu/mitoc/www/#jointrip/becomemember.html)
The campground is Salty Acres Campground
Most activities can leave directly from the campground - the Goose Rocks Beach is a short walk away, and nice cycling route can be launched directly from the campground:
Some other locations nearby:
This event is co-funded by the GSC Funding Board via the GSC Collaboration Award and is co-sponsored by the Outing Club, Cycling Club, and Heritage Foods Society.
|Trip Dates||Fri Jul 12th 2013 to Sun Jul 14th 2013|
|Sign-up Dates||12:00 AM Mon Jan 1st 1973 to 12:00 PM Thu Jul 11th 2013|
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self-rescue, general rope techniques, first aid, climbing, or
mountaineering from a certified guide, we suggest you take an
official course taught by certified professionals. Climbing,
mountaineering, and general outdoor activities are inherently
dangerous. In the event of a medical emergency, please recognize
the limitations of your training and/or certifications, if any,
when rendering assistance as a volunteer rescuer or race volunteer.
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|1||John Rogosic||07.07.2013 1:03:10 PM|
|2||sheep||07.07.2013 2:37:15 PM||1. yes, 5 people total. I don't have a bike rack. 2. either one works. 3. kayaking, beach, road cycling unless someone can lend me a mtn bike. 4. omnivore.|
|3||Elisha Rejovitzky||07.07.2013 6:22:12 PM||(1) no (2) either but prefer Fri (3) Kayaking, beach, clam digging. I don't bike :-P (4) Omnivor|
|4||Nathan Ickes||07.07.2013 7:18:21 PM||1) no, 2) either, 3) kayaking, 4) none|
|5||Marta Marello||07.07.2013 9:37:05 PM||1-no, 2-either, 3-kayaking, beach, clamm 4-omnivore|
|6||Ethan Soergel||07.07.2013 9:38:28 PM||1. no, 2. either, 3. all of 'em, 4. omnivore|
|7||Deborah Sharp||07.08.2013 9:01:32 AM||1.) no, 2) Fri pm, 3) kayaking, beach, road cycling, clam digging, 4) no eating restrictions|
|8||Aaron||07.08.2013 12:03:19 PM||merriment|
|9||Erik Knechtel||07.08.2013 12:43:47 PM||1) No car, 1 bike, I'll need a ride please.
2) I would like to leave on Friday after work.
3) Kayaking and beach activities sound great. I have a hybrid bike, so I'd prefer biking on paved areas. I don't think it would handle mountain biking very well. Clam digging sounds really fun.
4) No food restrictions.
* What exactly should I bring other than the obvious? I don't have a tent, I do have a sleeping bag. |
|10||Yuzhong "Jeff" Meng||07.08.2013 5:13:49 PM||1. No. Total two ppl. May bring two bikes if possible. 2. Either. 3. Kayaking, road biking, clam digging. 4. Omnivore.|
|11||Katia Zolotovsky||07.09.2013 5:46:42 PM||1. 2 adults+9 year old child
2. Fri night
3. all of the activities
|12||John Romanishin||07.09.2013 10:25:19 PM||1. No. 2. SAT AM 3. Mountain Biking, Beach, whatever. 4. Kittenarian?
|13||Ashley Conard||07.10.2013 2:07:38 PM||1. 1 bike
2. sat am
3. kayak, beach, cycling clam digging!!!!!!!!
4. no restrictions!|
|14||Martin||07.10.2013 11:27:58 PM||yes (3) no bike rack, Sat AM, kayaking, biking, omnifood|
|15||Curtis Northcutt||07.11.2013 10:54:56 AM||1. No car, but I have a bike I'd like to bring if someone has room. 2. SAT AM. 3. Everything, especially clamming and kayaking and hybrid biking. 4. none, but wth is kittenatarian?|
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