Calendar of Activities

The Florida National Scenic Trail and other forest trails are part of the natural environment. Rough, uneven, and/or slippery surfaces, protruding roots, encroaching vegetation, fallen branches, mud and water, insects and other wildlife, irritating plants and other hazards may be present. Be prepared for the weather, insects, and sun protection. If you question whether a hike is within your ability, contact the Activity Leader. Paddlers must have a USCG-approved life jacket for each person and a sound-producing (whistle/horn) device on board while on the water. Bicyclers under 16 years of age must wear a bicycle helmet. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. Level: “L” Leisurely (1-2 mph walking pace), “M” Moderately difficult (2-3 mph walking pace), “S” Strenuous (3-4+ mph walking pace)

Unless indicated all activities are open to the public and please sign up at MeetUp.com to attend. Check our Meetup site for more details, dates, meeting locations/directions, and any last-minute announcements before starting out.

Please read the GUIDELINES FOR OUTING PARTICIPANTS before signing up for an activity. This will make for a better outing experience.

RESERVATIONS: https://www.meetup.com/Apalachee-Florida-Trail-Hiking/events/

JANUARY 2020

JAN 4 SAT. 9:00 AM – HIKE: AUCILLA TRAIL –  Hike a segment of the Florida National Scenic Trail from Walker Bridge to Lost Dog Rapids. Contact James Kimbrel (850) 524-0773, james.kimbrel@hotmail.com 

JAN 5 SUN. (S) 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM – TRAIL MAINTENANCE: FLORIDA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL MAINTENANCE: APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST WEST – Lop, mow, blaze and clear the Florida National Scenic Trail in the western section of the Apalachicola National Forest. Bring lunch, snacks, insect repellent, rainwear, sun protection, first aid kit and plenty of water. Tools and safety equipment provided. Meet at the Florida Forest Service office (Tallahassee Forestry Center, 865 Geddie Rd., Tallahassee) at 8 AM and carpool from there. Expect to work until approx. 1:00 PM LIMIT 10 PEOPLE. MUST CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP; if you don’t contact one of the trip leaders in advance you cannot join the work party. OPEN TO PUBLIC. Contacts: Al Ingle (850) 509-1162, al@capitalavionics.com or Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

JAN 7 TUE. (M) 9:30 AM – URBAN WALK: PHIPPS HIKE TRAIL – Ellinor Klapp-Phipps Park @ Meridian Youth Sports Complex – 4488 N. Meridian Rd. Enjoy a shaded walk in the woods. Starting at Meridian Youth Sports Complex (park to the left), walking both the Coon Bottom and Swamp Forest trails (5 – 6 miles). Contact: Leader, Janet Stephens 850 212-7617 janstep@me.com – Co-leader,  Richard Stephens 850 322-7054 vinofreak@me.com

JAN 10 FRI. (M) 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM – URBAN HIKE: J.R. ALFORD GREENWAY – Pedrick Road Parking Area. Hike the Perimeter/ Outer Loop of the park (5 – 6 miles) Enjoy one of Tallahassee’s hidden treasures with other hikers. Possibility of group lunch at a nearby restaurant afterward. Bring water, wear good hiking shoes. Note: Many exposed roots across trail.  Contact: Leader, Richard Stephens (850) 322-7054, vinofreak@me.com – Co-lead: Janet Stephens (850) 212-7617, janstep@me.com     

JAN 24 TUE. 5:30 PM – ACTIVITIES PLANNING MEETING – This is a planning meeting for all current and future Activity Leaders. Let’s Plan some amazing activities for the months of April-June. Considering becoming an Activity Leader? Come to the meeting to find out more. Contact Ray Cade (850) 508-7593, raycade@hotmail.com

JAN 14 TUE. 6:30-8:30 PM – CHAPTER PROGRAM: APALACHICOLA RIVER CHALLENGES, SUCCESSES AND FUTURE. Georgia Ackerman, Riverkeeper-Executive Director for Apalachicola Riverkeeper will share the ongoing struggle of water wars and involving the Apalachicola River between states and her role as the Riverkeeper. Success stories for the river from the efforts of the association’s riverkeeper. The foreseeable future of Apalachicola River and surrounding habitat and economic impacts.  

JAN 15, 22, 29 (M-S) WED.’s 4:15 PM – STRESS BUSTER BRISK WALKS: JR ALFORD GREENWAY –  Celebrating Our 8th Year of “Trails and Tall Tales!” Come at 4:15 PM and be ready to hike a 3.5+/- mile loop at 4:30 PM sharp. Bring snacks if needed, water and dress in layers. Come hydrated. We will attempt to maintain a pace of 3.0 – 3.5 mph. Afterwards, plan to grab some dinner and listen to some tall hiking tales! Hey, you earned it!  ***YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THIS ACTIVITY’S PAGE ON MEETUP.COM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, DIRECTIONS, AND UPDATES. Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com

JAN 17-19 FRI-SUN (M) HIKE TRIP: SUWANNEE RIVER LIVE OAK – Day hiking exploring new trails along the Suwannee River.  Plan to stay two nights and enjoy day hiking several spectacular area trails. Leave Tallahassee Friday morning driving to Advent Christian Village (Dowling Park) located 20 miles east of Live Oak FL and return Sunday afternoon.  FTA Members Only. Great lodging options – make your own tent/camper/lodging reservations at Advent Christian Village (386-658-5200.) More details provided closer to event. Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com or Jeff Poole (850) 509-1300 jpoole4170@aol.com

JAN 18 SAT. (L) 10:00 AM – 12 PM – ALCOHOL STOVE CLASS: 5647 Cypress Circle, Tallahassee, FL 32303 – Learn to build an alcohol camping stove, bring two aluminum can of the same size along with a sturdy pair of scissors, a shape marker & a penny (made before 1983). Limit 10 people. Leader Contact: Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

JAN 21 TUE. (M) – 9:30 AM-4:00 PM – HIKE: FLORIDA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL – Seven mile round trip hike on the Florida National Scenic Trail in the Apalachicola National Forest East between Oak Park Bridge and FR 321.   Limit 15 people. A surprisingly interesting and easily accessed segment of the Florida Trail, within a maze of forest roads in pine flatwoods. Meet to carpool at the Park-n-Ride on South Monroe St., at 9:30 AM.  NO PETS PLEASE and WEAR HUNTER ORANGE VEST OR SHIRT. Must RSVP on Meetup or contact Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com

FEBRUARY 2020

FEB 2  SUN.  8:00 AM – 1:00 PM – TRAIL MAINTENANCE: FLORIDA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL MAINTENANCE: APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST WEST – Lop, mow, blaze and clear the Florida National Scenic Trail in the western section of the Apalachicola National Forest. Bring lunch, snacks, insect repellent, rainwear, sun protection, first aid kit and plenty of water. Tools and safety equipment provided. Meet at the Florida Forest Service office (Tallahassee Forestry Center, 865 Geddie Rd., Tallahassee) at 8 AM and carpool from there. Expect to work until approx. 1:00 PM LIMIT 10 PEOPLE. MUST CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP; if you don’t contact one of the trip leaders in advance you cannot join the work party. OPEN TO PUBLIC. Contacts: Al Ingle (850) 509-1162, al@capitalavionics.com or Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

FEB 3 10, 17, and 24  EVERY MON. (M-S) 5:00 PM – A WALK IN THE WOODS: LAFAYETTE HERITAGE TRAIL PARK (PINEY Z) – A Walk in the Woods is beneficial to one’s mental and physical health. Join us in a moderate to strenuous walk through the woods at your length (3.5 miles+ at 3-4 miles/hour is common). We rest for a few minutes at the midway point. Dogs on a leash are welcome. Bring lots of water, wear comfortable shoes, and apply bug repellent and sunscreen as needed. Meet near the restrooms. We start the hike at 5:15 pm sharp. Contact: Courtnay Micots (850) 300-0399, or courtnaymicots@gmail.com.

FEB 4  TUE. (M) 9:30 AM – URBAN WALK: MICCOSUKEE GREENWAY – CRUMP ROAD TRAILHEAD – Enjoy a 4 mile hike brisk mid-morning walk on the eastern portion of the Miccosukee Greenway, followed by lunch at the Red Shed. Contact: Leader, Janet Stephens 850 212-7617 janstep@me.com – Co-leader,  Richard Stephens 850 322-7054 vinofreak@me.com

FEB 5, 12, 19, 26 WED.’s (M-S) STRESS BUSTER BRISK WALKS: JR ALFORD GREENWAY –  Celebrating Our 8th Year of “Trails and Tall Tales!” Come at 4:15 PM and be ready to hike a 3.5+/- mile loop at 4:30 PM sharp. Bring snacks if needed, water and dress in layers. Come hydrated. We will attempt to maintain a pace of 3.0 – 3.5 mph. Afterwards, plan to grab some dinner and listen to some tall hiking tales! Hey, you earned it!  ***YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THIS ACTIVITY’S PAGE ON MEETUP.COM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, DIRECTIONS, AND UPDATES. Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com

FEB 6,13,20 and 27  EVERY THUR. (M-S) 5:00 PM – A WALK IN THE WOODS: MICCOSUKEE GREENWAY, EDENFIELD TRAILHEAD  – A Walk in the Woods is beneficial to one’s mental and physical health. Join us in a moderate to strenuous walk through the woods at your length (4 miles+ at 3-4 miles/hour is common). We rest for a few minutes at the midway point. Dogs on a leash are welcome.  Bring lots of water, wear comfortable shoes, and apply bug repellent and sunscreen as needed. Meet near the restrooms. We start the hike at 5:15 pm sharp. Check our Meetup site for dates, meeting locations, and any last minute announcements before starting out. Contact: Courtnay Micots (850) 300-0399, or courtnaymicots@gmail.com.

FEB 11 TUE.– 6:30-8:30 PM – CHAPTER PROGRAM – HIKING CAPE BRETON NOVA SCOTIA – Member Dr. Mary Stewart will share her experiences and photos of hiking in Nova Scotia.

FEB 15. SAT. (L) 10:00 AM-1:00 PM – OUTDOOR TOOL MAINTENANCE CLASS: 5647 Cypress Circle, Tallahassee, FL 32303 – Learn to sharpen and maintain your hand tools along with chainsaw maintenance if requested. An excellent class – if you are involved or want to become involved in FTA Trail Maintenance activities – become familiar with hand tools. Bring any hand tools to the class you want for demonstration or to learn to sharpen/maintain. Also bring safety gloves, safety glasses recommended.   Limit 12 people. Leader Contact: Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

FEB 16 SUN. (M) 9:15 AM – FOURTH ANNUAL “GRANDMA GATEWOOD” COMMEMORATIVE HIKE:  COON BOTTOM-SWAMP HAMMOCK TRAIL – Meet at 9:15 AM, hike starts at 9:30 AM sharp. Emma Gatewood/”Grandma Gatewood” was a grandmother who enjoyed adventure and hiked the Appalachian Trail 3 times—the 1st time at the age of 67. Ben Montgomery wrote a very good book “Grandma Gatewood’s Walk: The Inspiring Story of the Woman Who Saved the Appalachian Trail.  We honor her by hiking this local 3.5 mile trail. Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com or April Edmonds (850) 519-1525 April.edmonds.35@gmail.com

FEB 20 THUR. 5:30 PM – IDIDAHIKE 2021!  PLANNING MEETING. March 2019, several chapter members (“Mud Buddies”) and curiosity seekers ventured to Live Oak to check out IDIDAHIKE 2019. This event had been sponsored for over a decade by the North Florida Trail Blazers chapter of the FTA.  We came home from this event with something we did not have on the radar screen….we agreed to sponsor the event in 2021.  Interested in learning more and how to help plan and organize the event? First meeting will be held at Buffalo Wild Wings (392 S Magnolia Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32301.)  Contact Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 Griffindd@aol.com.  Consider attending IDIDAHIKE 2020 scheduled March 6 – 7 Friday – Saturday to be held in Inverness FL. Further details and updates can be found at https://www.meetup.com/Suncoast-Florida-Trail-Hiking/events/260451914/

FEB 21 FRI. (M) 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM – URBAN HIKE: J.R. ALFORD GREENWAY – Pedrick Road Parking Area. Hike the Perimeter/ Outer Loop of the park (5 – 6 miles) Enjoy one of Tallahassee’s hidden treasures with other hikers. Possibility of group lunch at a nearby restaurant afterward. Bring water, wear good hiking shoes. Note: Many exposed roots across trail. Contact: Leader, Richard Stephens (850) 322-7054, vinofreak@me.com – Co-lead: Janet Stephens (850) 212-7617, janstep@me.com          

FEB 22 SAT. 9:30 AM (L) – MAP & COMPASS ORIENTEERING BASICS TRAINING: Lafayette Heritage Park – Try your skills at a map and compass activity. An easy orienteering course will be set up. Each participant or team will be timed to see who completes the course in the least amount of time. Be sure to bring compass, sunscreen, water and trail snack. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  Limit 30 people. Contact: Roger Doherty (850) 212-5766, duiplanner@yahoo.com

FEB 22 SAT. (M) 9:00 AM – HIKE: CATHEDRAL OF PALMS – The Cathedral of Palms via Florida Trail is 6 mile loop trail located near Crawfordville, FL that features a large spring and an area that is sheltered by hundreds of sable palm trees. It is one of the most famous and scenic hiking destinations in our area, yet many people have never heard of or visited it because of its remote location. Meet at the trailhead at the corner of Wakulla County Road 365 and Shell Point Road at 9:00 am and be ready to hike at 9:15 am sharp. Bring lots of water, snacks, insect repellent, sun protection and wear comfortable walking shoes. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. NO PETS. Contact Elwood McElhaney (850) 566-6830, emcelhaney@embarqmail.com

FEB 25 TUES (M-S) 10:00 AM HIKE: LAKE TALQUIN STATE FOREST – RAVINE LOOP AND BEAR CREEK LOOP.  If you think Florida doesn’t have steep trails, this one will dispel the myth. The Ravine Loop and Bear Creek Loop trails (total 5.5 miles) are notable for clinging to the edges of a rather large and lengthy steephead ravine, following the topographical contours nicely. You’ll have to put on the brakes on quite a few of the hills!  Fees $2 per person, children under 6 free. Difficulty: rugged. NO PETS PLEASE. Meet to carpool at 10:00 AM Lowe’s Parking Lot located at 5500 Commonwealth Blvd, Tallahassee.  Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd @aol.com

MARCH 2020

MAR 1 SUN. (S) 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM – TRAIL MAINTENANCE: FLORIDA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL MAINTENANCE: APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST WEST – Lop, mow, blaze and clear the Florida National Scenic Trail in the western section of the Apalachicola National Forest. Bring lunch, snacks, insect repellent, rainwear, sun protection, first aid kit and plenty of water. Tools and safety equipment provided. Meet at the Florida Forest Service office (Tallahassee Forestry Center, 865 Geddie Rd., Tallahassee) at 8 AM and carpool from there. Expect to work until approx. 1:00 PM LIMIT 10 PEOPLE. MUST CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP; if you don’t contact one of the trip leaders in advance you cannot join the work party. OPEN TO PUBLIC. Contacts: Al Ingle (850) 509-1162, al@capitalavionics.com or Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

MAR 2,9,16,23,30  EVERY MON. (M-S) 5:00 PM – A WALK IN THE WOODS: LAFAYETTE HERITAGE TRAIL PARK (PINEY Z) – A Walk in the Woods is beneficial to one’s mental and physical health. Join us in a moderate to strenuous walk through the woods at your length (3.5 miles+ at 3-4 miles/hour is common). We rest for a few minutes at the midway point. Dogs on a leash are welcome. Bring lots of water, wear comfortable shoes, and apply bug repellent and sunscreen as needed. Meet near the restrooms. We start the hike at 5:15 pm sharp. Contact: Courtnay Micots (850) 300-0399, or courtnaymicots@gmail.com.

MAR 4, 11, 18 WED.’s (M-S) STRESS BUSTER BRISK WALKS: JR ALFORD GREENWAY –  Celebrating Our 8th Year of “Trails and Tall Tales!” Come at 4:15 PM and be ready to hike a 3.5+/- mile loop at 4:30 PM sharp. Bring snacks if needed, water and dress in layers. Come hydrated. We will attempt to maintain a pace of 3.0 – 3.5 mph. Afterwards, plan to grab some dinner and listen to some tall hiking tales! Hey, you earned it!  ***YOU MUST SIGN UP ON THIS ACTIVITY’S PAGE ON MEETUP.COM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, DIRECTIONS, AND UPDATES. Contact: Dawn Griffin (850) 509-6103 griffindd@aol.com

MAR 5,12,19,26  EVERY THUR. (M-S) 5:00 PM – A WALK IN THE WOODS: MICCOSUKEE GREENWAY, EDENFIELD TRAILHEAD  – A Walk in the Woods is beneficial to one’s mental and physical health. Join us in a moderate to strenuous walk through the woods at your length (4 miles+ at 3-4 miles/hour is common). We rest for a few minutes at the midway point. Dogs on a leash are welcome.  Bring lots of water, wear comfortable shoes, and apply bug repellent and sunscreen as needed. Meet near the restrooms. We start the hike at 5:15 pm sharp. Check our Meetup site for dates, meeting locations, and any last minute announcements before starting out. Contact: Courtnay Micots (850) 300-0399, or courtnaymicots@gmail.com.

MAR 6 FRI. (M) 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM – URBAN HIKE: J.R. ALFORD GREENWAY – Pedrick Road Parking Area. Hike the Perimeter/ Outer Loop of the park (5 – 6 miles) Enjoy one of Tallahassee’s hidden treasures with other hikers. Possibility of group lunch at a nearby restaurant afterward. Bring water, wear good hiking shoes. Note: Many exposed roots across trail. Contact: Leader, Richard Stephens (850) 322-7054, vinofreak@me.com – Co-lead: Janet Stephens (850) 212-7617, janstep@me.com          

MAR 6-7 FRI-SAT (M) IDIDAHIKE 2020! Hosted by Suncoast Chapter of the FTA, There will be a $20.00 fee to participate, one or both days payable day of event. The event is a fundraiser to benefit the Florida Trail Association, and its mission to maintain, and complete the Florida National Scenic Trail.  This fee does not include, camping, meals or other miscellaneous items.  Further details, registration and updates can be found at https://www.meetup.com/Suncoast-Florida-Trail-Hiking/events/260451914/

MAR 7 SAT. 10:00 AM (L)- HIKE: ST. MARKS RIVER HEADWATERS GREENWAY – Located at 640 Baum Road. Hike between 2-3 miles on trails in this beautiful county park. Bring food for a picnic lunch following the hike. Be sure to bring suncreen and water. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  Limit 30 people. Contact: Roger Doherty, 850 212-5766 or duiplanner@yahoo.com

MAR. 7 SAT. (S) 25TH ANNUAL BRADWELL BAY SWAMP STOMP. Hike about 8 miles from the Monkey Creek Trailhead on FR 329 and hike west to the Bradwell Bay Trailhead on FR 314. Retired Apalachicola NF biologist Chuck Hess will provide interpretation on our hike. Depending on the size of the group, we may split the group & hike from opposite trailheads, meeting on the island for lunch. Expect to wade through knee-deep water and mud for about half the distance depending on how much rain has fallen this winter. This hike is strenuous as we walk through cool water with deep holes and mud and over fallen trees in one of the largest federally designated Wilderness Areas in the eastern U.S., but the air temperature should be warm. Contact: Kent Wimmer (850) 528-5261, klwimmer2@gmail.com.

MAR 10th- 6:30-8:30 PM – CHAPTER PROGRAM – HIKING CAMINO DE SANTIAGO FROM ASTORGA TO SANTIAGO, SPAIN – members Dawn and John Griffin completed another leg of the Camino. They will share their journey and photos.

MAR .13-15 FRI-SUN (M) – APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST EAST 18 MILE FLORIDA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL BACKPACKING FROM MEDART (CARRAWAY CUTOFF  TH) TO FR 329/348 TRAILHEAD.   Day 1 – Hike 8.8 miles from Carraway Cutoff TH to Oak Park Bridge TH. Day 2 – Hike Oak Park Bridge TH hike 9.4 miles to Monkey Creek TH. Sign up early; space is limited. FTA members only; limit 15 people (and will well-behaved pets are be allowed.) To sign up, contact one of the Leaders: Dawn Griffin (850)509-6103 Griffindd@ aol.com, and Debbie Grant dag9465@comcast.net, Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489 tuckems@hotmail.com

MAR 21 SAT. (L) 10:00 AM – QUINCY WALKABOUT:  Enjoy a leisurely morning stroll through the quaint Georgia town of Quincy. The tour meanders throughout the historic section of town and includes several architectural gems, such as the 1893 Queen Anne-style home of Coca-Cola millionaire Pat Munroe. We can stop by the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum to peruse their current exhibition (fee charged). Afterwards, we’ll enjoy a bite at a local resturant. Bring lots of water, wear comfortable shoes, insect repellent and sun protection, as needed. Carpool if desired from the Lake Ella Publix at 9:30 AM; park near the trees, AutoZone side of the lot. Meet on the square by The Leaf Theatre at 10:00 AM. We start the walkabout at 10:15 AM sharp. Check our Meetup site for any last minute announcements before starting out. Contact: Courtnay Micots (850) 300-0399, or courtnaymicots@gmail.com.

MAR 21 SAT. (M)HIKE: SOPCHOPPY RIVER AZALEA – Sopchoppy River Section of the Florida National Scenic Trail. A 4.5mile hike following the Sopchoppy River with abundant stands of wild azaleas blooming in mid-late March. Hikers will get a list of plant species observed along the trail. LIMIT 20 PEOPLE. MUST CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP. Contact: George Weaver (850) 510-3288, weaver@psy.fsu.edu or Co-lead:  Ray Cade raycade@hotmail.com (NOT POSTED ON MEETUP OR SOCIAL MEDIA)

MAR 24-25, 2020 – HIKING TRIP N. GEORGIA (NOT POSTED ON SITES, AS THIS IS NOT AN FTA EVENT)- The Len Foote Hike Inn is a backcountry mountain lodge that is operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  The 20 room lodge is located up the mountain from Amicalola Falls State Park, Georgia, and is only accessible by foot.  The hike is ‘moderate’ in difficulty, with a climb of 600 feet over the 5 miles. 

We will arrive in Ellijay, Ga on the afternoon of Monday, March 23, 2020, and spend the night in a local hotel.  The next morning (Tuesday, March 24, 2020), we will hike up to the Inn and spend the night there.  The following morning (Wednesday, March 25, 2020), we will take the 4 mile hike up Springer Mountain to the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.   We will spend the second night (March 25, 2020) back at the Inn, and hike back down the mountain on Thursday, March 26, 2020.  Additional individual or group activities may be added to the trip on either end of the hike.

To participate in this hike, make your reservations at the Hike Inn for the nights of March 24, 2020 and March 25, 2020.  Then contact Elwood McElhaney to be added to a distribution/communication list for hike participants.

Rooms are $212.75 per night, which includes breakfast and dinner.  The rooms sleep two hikers in bunkbeds.  Visit the Len Foote Hike Inn at: http://hike-inn.com  (NOT POSTED ON MEETUP OR SOCIAL MEDIA, AS THIS IS NOT AN FTA SPONSORED HIKE TRIP)

Direct all questions or confirmations to:

Elwood McElhaney
Home:  850-878-4389
Cell:      850-566-6830
Email:  emcelhaney@embarqmail.com

MAR 28 SAT. (L) 10:00 AM – 1 PM – BICYCLE MAINTENANCE WORKSHOP: 5647 Cypress Circle, Tallahassee, FL 32303 – Bring your bike & learn basic maintenance and safety . If you have new tires or tubes, we will take care of it. Meet at 10 AM and wrap it up around 1:00 PM. Limit 12 people. Leader Contact: Mike Tucker (850) 545-3489, tuckems@hotmail.com

RESERVATIONS: https://www.meetup.com/Apalachee-Florida-Trail-Hiking/events/