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Friday, September 12, 2008

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September 20th: Cache Creek Celebration in the Blueridge Berryessa Natural Area


Hello Yolohikers!

On September 20th, Tuleyome, http://tuleyome.org/,will be hosting our 3rd annual Cache Creek celebration. Come out to Cache Creek Canyon Regional Park and spend the day with friends, go for a hike or bike ride, swim in the creek, or just relax and enjoy a BBQ dinner. For those who want to spend the night, we've reserved the group campgrounds (which are the best and closest to the creek). To get there from Yolo County, just take Highway 16 through the Capay Valley, past Rumsey, until you get to the middle campground.

Here is a google maplink: http://tinyurl.com/cache-creek

The event is free, just bring a potluck item to share. We'll provide the hot dogs and veggie dogs and drinks. Kids and dogs are welcome. Both are known to eat food that falls on the ground.
Please RVSP to Debra Chase at Tuleyome, via email: dchase@tuleyome.org

Hope to see you there!

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