Amazon Community Center parking lot had no parking spaces because of a swim meet. Luckily a city employee let us park temporarily in slots that he was saving for a class later in the morning. The car shuttle was a bit confusing until we were sure that there were definitely two no-shows. Seven of us piled into two cars with two other drivers moving their cars to Albertsons parking lot. After we picked those drivers up, our next obstacle was the Crest Drive detour. The early start and forest canopy made for a pleasant morning hike. The most amazing sight on the hike was a banana slug stretched out across the trail. Fortunately for us, one of our hikers could tell us how they reproduced. A Google search is recommended. Congratulations were given to Sarah for passing her comps and now formally admitted in the PHD program. Trip with driving time took around 3 1/2 hours.Members: Janet Jacobsen, Suzanne Steussy, Mary Morrison, Joanne Whitfield, Diane Schechter, Lisa Marcus, Sarah Praskievicz. Nonmembers: Michael Quigley, Steve Adey.
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