Date(s) - November 29, 2020
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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We will visit a beautiful scenic portion of the park alongside the Potomac River to hike a relatively flat, out and back 1.2 mile portion of the trails in Algonkian Regional Park.
We will share a short, meditative walk through the forest. We will also clean up a small segment of the trail and shoreline as an act of service to the earth. Most of the foliage is gone at this point in the fall, but the trail has an amazing view of the river.
The clean up will be the last activity we do. It will be along the river near where Sugarland Run empties into the Potomac River. Please wear sturdy hiking shoes and gloves if you are going to help with the clean up.
We will meet at the boat ramp parking lot just before 12:30pm. Look for the person with the orange backpack to mark our gathering space.
A snack or lunch and your water bottle
Bug spray, if needed
A couple of garbage bags and a pair of gloves
Cathy is a meditation instructor and a Registered Yoga Teacher. She is passionate about the calming and restorative impact that meditation in nature can have on mind, body and soul. She is also trained as a Virginia Master Naturalist.
Jackson is a poet, artist, and is committed to caring for the earth by connecting to the beauty and mystery of nature through the senses. He also believes in the power of shared action through practical acts of service for the natural world.