It was 27 degrees when we started, but sunny. Immediately we went up a hill, so by the time we reached Morse Family Farm, folks were starting to shed layers. Harriet Behm, docent at the Farm, shared many stories from the Morse family life and showed us around the former residence. Then we walked briskly up and down south Eugene hills, through "secret" passageways, up stone steps to a different street, and completed a loop. It was an excellent way to get some exercise and Vitamin D, learn some history, and have a social experience on Martin Luther King Day.Members: Lana Lindstrom, Consuelo Gomez, Christiane Hougardy, Mark Hougardy, Marguerite Cooney, Richard Hughes, Mari Baldwin, Holger Krentz, David Lodeesen, Nancy Hoecker. Nonmembers: Marida Martin.
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