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Monthly Outdoor Event: ORCMA River Float #2 - "Tweakers On Tubes" Saturday, August 13th, 2022 Noon to 5:30pm
Dabney to Lewis & Clark - Sandy River
We will be floating down the Sandy River from Dabney to Lewis & Clark. This is a sober event and all ages are welcome!
For anyone new to this, it's pretty easy: We meet at a spot, carpool to the end point (Lewis & Clark) leaving one or two cars there with all our towels. Then pile into the remaining car(s) and head to the starting point with our tubes. We put-in at Dabney and float down to Lewis & Clark over the course of about 3 hours. The drivers with cars parked at Lewis & Clark then take the other drivers back to their cars at Dabney. This event is contingent upon good weather - if it's cooler than 70/75 degrees, it may be too cold.
This event is essentially free - there is a fee to park and you'll need to bring your own supplies but there's no other costs. If you are planning to attend please signup on the Google document ---> here.
what you'll need :
an inner tube or other flotation device to get down the river
bathing suit / trunks / water shoes
snack (but arrive on a full belly)
waterproof box (optional)
rope to tie tubes together (optional)
approximate timeline :
noon : arrive at our house (1016 NE 111th Ave 97220)
12:30pm : depart
1:00pm : arrive at Lewis & Clark
1:30 : arrive at Dabney
1:30 to 4:30pm : float down the river
4:30pm : fetch the cars from Dabney
5:00pm : depart Carver
5:30pm : back home
CMA Northwest Regional Forum
Held Quarterly, next meeting on Saturday, August 20th 11:15am PST
Join us on Zoom to meet and connect with other members of the CMA fellowship in the NW Region. Any member of the CMA fellowship is welcome to attend.
- General Service Conference updates - Purpose of the region - Area / District / Group Check-ins - Future planning for Regional Forum