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April 2013 / May 2013 Newsletter

A condensed events and activities list can be found on our Calendar page.
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General Participation Guidelines
Always sign up ("pre-register") for an event by using our Meetup.com site or by contacting the leader so you can be reached if there is a change or an event cancellation.  Trip leaders generally make all reservations and arrangements and may set group size limits on some trips and activities.  If you are not pre-registered you may be turned away at some events.

Additional information about these activities and events may be announced at monthly meetings, on our Meetup.com site, and by Meetup.com messaging.  If you did not sign up for an event or activity at the last club meeting and would like to do so, you may add your name to the list at our Meetup.com site.  If you have additional questions, please contact the trip or activity leader directly.


Sat 4/6, 8:00 am, 2013 Setting the Pace for Peace/Hubbard House Domestic Violence Awareness Walk: The walk, being held at The Jacksonville Landing, is a FREE, fun, family-friendly event which includes games, activities, music, a 2-mile walk route overlooking the beautiful downtown Jacksonville skyline and the St. Johns River, and more. A shorter 1-mile walk route is also available.  Family Fun Zone begins at 8:00am, and the actual walk begins at 9:00am. We will meet on the southeast corner of S. Hogan Street & Water Street, outside the Landing itself no later than 8:15 am and then get ready for the walk.  There are numerous parking garages in the immediate vicinity of the Jacksonville Landing, and with the event being held on a Saturday should allow for ample parking.  Street parking in metered spaces on Saturdays is free also. For more complete information, and to register as an individual participant (to have your walk count towards volunteer hours), please go to Hubbard House’s website at www.hubbardhousewalk.com and resister to join a team.   It is important to register online (I registered the team Sidetrackers, so register as one of it’s team members) as soon as possible so that the organizers can provide enough water and volunteers for the event.  If you need help with registration or other information, you can contact Ashley Johnson Scott at Hubbard House at 904-354-0076 extension 212.   Once you register with the team, you will receive emails from Hubbard House with further critical information about this event, including parking and weather for the day of the event.  By participating in the Setting the Pace for Peace Walk, you are making a difference in the lives of women, children, and men who have experienced domestic violence.  I am not ashamed to admit that I am a survivor of domestic violence both as a child and as an adult, and I volunteer every week at the battered woman’s center.  So come, have fun, meet new people, and enjoy making a difference in changing a societal issue! Leader:  Karen Montgomery  904-563-5155 cell

Sun 4/7, 8:00am, Hawthorne Rail-to-Trail Bike Ride in Gainesville: We will meet at Hardee's on Lane Avenue (south of I-10 on the left) at 8:00am.  Arrive early if you are going to have breakfast.  If you plan to carpool, make your plans prior to arriving at Hardee's.  We will be starting our ride at the Hawthorne end of the trail (15.5 miles)  which is flat until a mile or two before the trail ends at Boulware Springs Park in Gainesville.  This will allow those who do not want to do the hilly part to stop at the Paynes Prairie overlook while others ride to the end and back.  At Paynes Prairie which is very scenic, you will see alligators, and if lucky, the rare sighting of wild horses and bison. The trail is surrounded by trees and a variety of wildlife roam here and there; i.e. birds, squirrels, raccoons, etc.  There is a limit of 25 persons.  Please bring plenty of water and a snack to hold you over till we stop for food after the ride.  Leader:  Marta Winters, cell  904.635.7170. If for some reason you had rsvp'd for the event and at the last minute cannot do the event, please notify the leader by phone that you will not be going; so, we will not be looking for you.  The Hawthorne trailhead is 58 miles from Hardees and about an hour's drive. 

Sat 4/13, 10:00am, Hike/Walk at UNF Nature Trails:  Sleep in a bit and then come and join us for a pleasant hike at the UNF Nature Trails. Our trail will proceed around Lake Oneida and then through pine Flatwoods and the wetlands of the deep swamp. We should be able to view many of the native plants and wildlife associated with the habitat and a 500 year old Grandfather Cypress tree. The total distance will be approx. 2.5 miles. After the hike, for those interested, we can stop by one of the fun eateries at nearby St John's Town Center to have some lunch and to relax in the warmth of the indoors. You will want to bring a bottle of water, appropriate hat and layered clothing for the weather, and a bright friendly smile. Directions - take 9A and exit at UNF Drive towards the UNF campus. We will meet and park at parking lot 100 which is on the right and is next to the Eco-Adventure Outfitters Center and the trail heads.

Please sign up on Meetup.com/Sidetrackers or call me to advise you plan to attend.  Leader: Sue Rorer (904-349-3619 cell). http://www.unf.edu/recsports/nature/

Sun 4/14, 9:30am, IchetuckneeSprings Paddle:  Join us as we paddle the crystal blue waters of the Ichetucknee River.  We will meet at 9:30 at the McDonalds on Chafee Road (off I-10). This is an easy paddle with a current and the trip is approximately 3 miles.  Depending on the weather, you may see alligators, birds, wild boar and several springs.   You can bring your own kayak or canoe (tubes are not allowed on River in April) or rent from the Ichetucknee Family Canoe and Cabins, (385)497-2150. We will meet at the kayak rental outfitters and they will portage us back to the head of the river (where we started) for those who are renting.  At the end of the trip, we will be picked up and taken back to our cars. There is no charge to portage the people who brought their own boat.  We will, however, need someone to stay with the equipment until the other cars arrive for pick-up.  Rental kayaks are only $17 a person and there is a $5 fee per person for entrance to the park.  The trip leaves the outfitter at 12:00 and is under Sidetrackers and/or Julie Hayes.  You are responsible for the payment of your rental, which is due upon arrival.  Please visit their web site (if you plan on renting a boat) and fill out the release form and bring it with you.  The fastest way to get to the rental outfitter is Option 1 on the website listed below.   www.ichetuckneecanoeandcabins.net/directions/. There is a limit of 25 people, so please sign-up only if you plan on attending. Bring bug spray, snacks or lunch, water and sunscreen.  From McDonald on Chaffee Road, plan on traveling about 1 – hours.  Carpooling is available, but will take some advance planning if you bring your own boat. After the paddle, we will stop for a late lunch/early dinner or grill at the park.   Your suggestions are welcome and I will keep you updated.  Trip leader is Julie Hayes, 424-1548 (cell). 

Sat 4/20, 9:00am, Hike and Bike at Okefenokee Swamp near Folkston, Georgia We will meet at Hardee’s at 9:00am sharp on Merrill road (by 295 beltway) located near the Big Lots Shopping Center (9111 Merrill Rd 32225). Come earlier if you want to grab some breakfast and use the facilities. We will begin the 58 mile (75 minute) caravan to the east entrance of the Suwannee Canal Recreation Area. http://www.fws.gov/okefenokee/Entrance.html  which is 11 miles southwest of Folkston. We are planning a 4 mile bike ride on the (paved) Suwannee Canal Road. This will take us to the head of the Longleaf Pines Trail. Bring your bike lock, for we are planning to go for a 4 mile hike; Yes, bike racks are available. The Okefenokee Swamp is described as the “land of the trembling earth” and is a vast mosaic of land, water and wildlife covering more than 700 square miles of South Georgia and North Florida.  The swamp is mysterious and beautiful all year long with Cypress trees, Herons, Red-Cockaded woodpeckers, alligators and plenty more wildlife. http://www.folkston.com/okefenokee.html

Please dress accordingly for weather and bring bug spray, water, bike and bike lock.  The Leader will provide directions and map at Hardee’s. Entry Fee to the park may apply.  If you need to carpool, please arrange in advance so that your bike can be loaded before the trip begins. Leader: Victor Corrales, 904.517.2321(cell).

Sun 4/28, 10:00am, Hike/Walk through the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens: We will meet in the Arboretum at 10:00am in the parking lot.  The Arboretum is just off Monument Rd – first turn heading east on Monument off of I-295. The address is 1445 Millcoe Rd. Jacksonville, 32225.  A brief history: The approximately 120-acres that make up the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens are unique in that within its boundaries lay 13 distinct and different eco-systems.

In 2006, the property was leased from the City of Jacksonville and work began by community volunteers to create an arboretum for all to enjoy. I strongly recommend that you visit the website: www.jacksonvillearboretum.org  The walk through the several trails is only about 3 miles of not too strenuous exercise. We can determine a place to lunch from many in the area afterward. Leader Tim Scott, cell 904-705-3335.

Wed 5/1, 6:30pm, Monthly Members Meeting:  NEW LOCATION IN TOWN CENTER at the REI Store 4862 Big Island Dr., Jacksonville, FL 32246 (behind Whiskey River and near Kirkland’s.)

Sat 5/4, 7:15am, Soaring (Gliding) in Clermont, FL: We will meet at McDonalds on Old St. Augustine Rd. (by I-95) at 7:00 am. (come earlier if you want to eat breakfast). We need to leave McDonald’s by 7:15 because Clermont is 165 miles from the McDonalds and it’s a full 2 1/2 hour drive. We want to be in the air by 10 so that everyone can get a good flight. You can make arrangements to carpool in advance. I have spoken with the people at the Gliderport and have made tentative reservations for 10 people. They have to bring in pilots so they need the advance notice. They will have two pilots ready for us which means we can have two people gliding at one time. If we have more people, they will have to get another pilot, so I have to have the number of people by April 17. Maximum of 14-15. They fly from 8-5. The weather is only a factor if there is rain/thunderstorms or strong winds. We will check this out a couple of days in advance. You sit in the front seat of the glider and have a full control panel in front of you. You sit way in front of the wings so your view is totally unobstructed. It is pretty much close to flying by yourself. The pilot sits behind in a separate cockpit and will do a few aerobatics if you like. Flights are $120.00 for 20 minutes; $160.00 for 30 minutes, and $200.00 for 40 minutes. If we have 6 or more people we get a 10% discount. I was told that the 30 minute flight is the best for the money. No deposit required. You may want to bring a picnic lunch for yourself since I don’t know what is available at the Gliderport. There will be wait times before and/or after your flight while others go up. We probably won’t be leaving until around 5:00pm and Orlando is on the way back so we might find a place for dinner on the way. Leader Tim Scott, cell 904-705-3335. Please call to let me know if your plans change. We need to have at least 6 people for the discount. The website for the Gliderport is http://www.soarfl.com

Sat 5/11, 10:30am, Amelia and Cumberland Islands River Cruise: Come join us for a two-hour cruise providing the rich history of Amelia and Cumberland Island. From Fernandina's shrimp boats, historic Old Towne and Ft. Clinch, to the wild horses of Cumberland Island and the ruins of the Carnegie Dungeness Mansion and the Greyfield Inn.  Carpool: Meet at 8:45 am at Hardee's, 9111 Merrill Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32225. Ferry Cruise boat departs 10:30am.

Tickets are Adults $27. Seniors $27. Plus sales tax of 7%. Amelia River Cruises Fernandina Harbor Marina,1 North Front Street, Fernandina Beach FL 32034.  http://www.ameliarivercruises.com/dailytours.html

After the cruise there is the option of gathering for lunch at a local restaurant. Hosted by: Vicki Andrews. Contact Phone number:904-504-9432. Sign up on Meetup.com/Sidetrackers.

Fri- Sun, 5/17-5/19, Camping, Kayaking and Hiking at Sebastian Inlet State Park:  On Friday, we will meet at 8:30am at Dailey’s Gas Station west of I-95 and Old St. Augustine Road (exit 335).  Go West on Old St. Augustine Road and turn at the light. Dailey’s is on the southeast side of the road – across the street from McDonald’s.  The caravan will leave by 9:00am sharp; Car pooling is available, but will take advance planning.

Sebastian State Park has a beach, an inlet to the ocean, the Indian River, concession stand, kayak/boat rental, a near-by Wildlife Refuge, Pelican Island Refuge, and Mel Fishers Treasure Museum.  There is a bike trail (mountain bikes recommended).   The Jungle Trail is 7.8 miles from South of Park pass Pelican Island, heading South.  For additional information, click on to the website:  http://www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet/activities.cfm. The drive down will be approximately 180 miles and 3 hours.  Take I 95 south, exiting near Melbourne, FL.

Bring plenty of water, food for grilling, fishing gear, water, kayak (optional), and mountain bike.   We will plan a group dinner and breakfast.  This trip is full due to an email that went out to SIDETRACKERS MEMBERS ONLY several weeks ago.  It was crucial to do it this way due to the popularity of the Park in May and the fact that the campsites sell out so quickly.   Leader Victor Corrales, cell 904-517-2321. 

As a courtesy, please call Victor if your plans change or if you are unable to attend.    Vic will add the names of members attending.  Once that is done, a waiting list, can be created

Sat 5/25, 8:00pm, Full Moon Paddle at Fulton Landing Boat Ramp: We will meet at the boat ramp at 8:00 pm.   The moon is expected to be full on this night.  Fulton Landing Boat Ramp is a small underdeveloped boat ramp at the end of Fulton road in the Arlington area.  Address of ramp is 5099 Fulton Road, Jacksonville, FL  32225.  As there is limited parking, car pooling is advised.  Trip is limited to 15 and to SIDETRACKERS MEMBERS first.  If space allows, non-members may get on the waiting list.   We will be on the St. Johns River and the paddle should be fairly easy.  If you do not have your own kayak or canoe, you will be responsible for getting one.   As this is an evening paddle, you will need to rent something and probably keep it overnight.   Several of the surf shops such as Aqua East rents kayaks.  Aqua East surf Shop has 24 hour rentals available for only $35.  You can keep it all weekend, but you must pick it up and return it.  They only have 5 boats available, so you need to call ASAP to reserve your boat: 246-2550 (ask for Jim).  Aqua East is close to the Fulton Boat Ramp.  Several Sidetrackers members have extra kayaks/canoes and may be willing to share.  Can’t hurt to ask! Afterwards we will get together at a local establishment for pool and darts!  Leader Julie Hayes, cell 904-424-1548.  As a courtesy, please call Julie if your plans change and you are unable to attend.

Sun 5/26, 8:00am, Florida Folk Festival - Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, White Springs, FL:  We will meet at McDonalds on Chaffee Road off I-10 and leave shortly thereafter to head for Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park.  We will carpool, but be sure that you are riding with someone who does not have a time schedule other than yours; ex:  I will be staying late to hear the last performer at 10:00 p.m.  You may want to bring a chair and/or a blanket, hat, rain gear, suntan lotion, and a cooler for food and drink (no alcohol) if you want your own instead of the great food offered by vendors.  There is a beer garden.  I usually take a cooler to save money. Now, what is the festival about?  "Somewhere between the Seminole fry bread, African crafts, Appalachian folk music and Cuban dance, you'll discover that the state of Florida enjoys one of America's most diverse cultural landscapes.  And the Florida Folk Festival celebrates it all.  Over 400 singers, dancers and storytellers will entertain on 15 stages, and numerous artists, crafters and cooks will share their talents.  Plus, statewide fiddle and banjo contests and a wide array of hands-on activities..."  It is a three-day festival, but Sunday is when the featured performer sings.  You can choose the amount of exercise you get.  You can sit for hours listening to music at one stage or you may wonder back and forth across the park listening to performers at various stages (in doing that you will not lack for exercise.)

Usually the day is hot and you will be tempted to buy some of the best homemade ice cream you have ever tasted. The festival is $25 in advance and $30 at the gate.  If you would like, contact me via Meetup.com or bring your money/check to the May 1st meeting of Sidetrackers, and I will order our tickets.  You may also order your own ticket by calling:  1-877-635-3655.  For further information, check-out www.floridafolkfestival.com.  Leader: Marta Winters, cell 904-635-7170.  If you are not at McDonalds by 8:00 a.m., please notify the leader by phone so we will know you are on your way.  White Springs where the Festival is located is 59 miles from McDonalds and about an hour's drive.

Fri-Sun, 5/31 & 6/2, Rainbow River Cabin Weekend, Dunnellon, FL: Memorial weekend will be here before you know it! Come join us for a fantastic hiking, kayaking and swimming weekend in Dunnellon, FL. Meet at McDonald’s at 8:00AM .  This trip is approximately 135 miles and will take approximately 21/2 - 3 hours, depending where we begin the caravan. This preserve has many trails and boardwalks to the Rainbow and Withlacoochee rivers. They have a beautiful clubhouse, an outdoor swimming pool; peddle boats, jon boats, which are available for your use at no extra cost to you as a guest of the facility.  Pontoon boats and skiffs are available at the Marina and at the Preserve.  Canoes and kayaks may be rented by the day for $16.00 (which includes sales tax). Canoes, Kayaks, tubes and other gear are also available for rent from KP Hole, http://www.kphole.com/. There is a county park on the river along with ferry service to the upper end for a $10.00 fee. You can read about the county rules governing the river on their site. We have reserved three cabins at the Rainbow Rivers Club, located in Dunnellon, Florida, a beautiful 55-acre property surrounded on three sides by the Rainbow and Withlacoochee Rivers. Each cabin sleeps six, and the cost is $40.00 per person.   Payment is due by May 15, 2013, and any cancellations must be made before May 25, 2013.  Your reservation is for both Friday and Saturday nights, whether you stay for one or both nights.  For more information, visit the website at: http://www.flipkey.com/dunnellon-cabin-rentals/p289048/ or call (352)489-9983.. As the date gets closer we can plan meal preparation for us to eat together as each cabin has a full kitchen and outside grills.  This should be an awesome opportunity for us to commune together in nature! Check in time is after 4:00 and checkout is 11:00. I plan to leave early Friday and make the most of the day, maybe hike the state park, http://www.floridastateparks.org/rainbowsprings/ bike, kayak or whatever sounds like fun. If you would like to participate feel free to offer suggestions. Dan Woolf (904) 412-4821, Email:  dpwwoolf’at’gmail.com

Wed 6/5, 6:30pm, Monthly Members Meeting and Planning Meeting: Location TBD

Sat 6/8, 9:00am, Westside (Cedar River) Urban Paddle & Lunch:  We will meet at 9:00am, at the Curtis Lee Johnson Marina Boat Ramp at 5434 San Juan Avenue.   (http://goo.gl/maps/sFlgR) . Our plan is to paddle two rivers on the same day, without leaving the water (three if you are really up for it!)  We will put our kayaks in on the Cedar River, paddle to the junction of the Ortega River, then paddle to where the Ortega River meets the St. Johns.  Depending on the water and how adventurous some of you might be, you can continue on and paddle some on the St. Johns.  Please note!  There are no kayak rentals available for this trip.  Everyone who RSVPs must bring their own kayak, gear, lunch & beverages.  A PFD (life jacket) and whistle are required.  Sunscreen, bug spray, and water are strongly recommended. We will launch from the Johnson Marina Boat Ramp and will paddle into the Cedar River. We anticipate being on the river by 10:00am. After paddling the Cedar River south down to where it joins the Ortega River, we will then paddle east on the Ortega River and put in at Stinson Park, located at 4050 San Juan Ave.  We will have lunch at the park, and enjoy a different view of the City.  The Park has plenty of shade, but few tables, so bring folding chairs to the launch site.  Now, there is ample parking at the Boat Ramp, but very limited parking at the Park.  We plan to move a car or two over to the Park (approximately a mile by roadway from the launch site) with coolers & some folding chairs before the launch so you can store your lunch items and not worry about paddling with coolers, food or chairs.  And anyone who doesn’t want to paddle back to the Boat Ramp can be chauffeured back to pick up their car.  The paddle from the Ramp to the Park takes approximately 2 hours of leisurely paddling, so figure on about a 5 hour day including lunch and round trip paddle, longer perhaps for those who chose to paddle the St. Johns a bit.   Depending on weather, this should be a moderate paddle overall….easy at first, then maybe a bit choppier but not too bad.  Come on…join us for a nice relaxing day paddling local waterways.  Leader:  Karen Montgomery 904-563-5155. Please call if you have question or change your status.

Sun 6/09, 3:00pm, Jax Beach Summer Jazz Concert Series and Beach walk- for Sidetrackers Members and their guests only: The summer jazz concert at the Seawalk Pavilion will be held from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. We will get there earlier in the afternoon to set up our blankets or chairs to make room for all of our Sidetrackers friends and take a walk on the beach. You can stay for some of it or for all of it. Bring your blanket or lawn chair to sit on, any food or drink desired (coolers are welcome) and/or money to buy some refreshments. Also bring sunscreen, appropriate clothing, hat, etc. for the beach. The concert is free. The scheduled performers are The Groov Band, Jonathan Fritzen, and Phil Perry and Joey Sommerville.

For those wanting to carpool, we will meet at the Southeast Branch Library at 3:00pm. If you want to drive separately, you can meet us there at 3:30pm. Directions to the concert: The Seawalk Pavilion is located on the boardwalk at Jacksonville Beach between Beach Blvd and 1st Ave N.  Leader : Paula S. at 904-588-2707

Sat 6/15 Sapelo Island Hiking – Details to follow

Sat 6/22, MOUNTAIN BIKING AT HANNA PARK: Come join us at Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, 500 Wonderwood Drive, Jacksonville. Meet between 9:15 - 9:30 am at the parking lot just inside the entrance. Intermediate ride begins at 9:45 pm. Bring sunscreen, bug spray and plenty of water for the ride. Helmets are required. Ride at own risk. Link to Hanna Park Bike Trails and Hiking Map. Leader: Steve D. 904.262.7991, 561.602.8613(c), ste_dor ‘at’ bellsouth.net

Sun 6/30, 10:00am, Skeet Shooting at Amelia Island Shot Gun SportsIt's time for something entirely new - again. Here's your opportunity to shoot things and destroy them, old-time Florida style. We'll be assembling at the Amelia Island Shot Gun Sports Club in Yulee, FL for a late morning skeet shoot. A "round" of skeet consists of 50 shots (rounds) at clay pigeons.  The course consists of 5 stations positioned along a mile semi-circle.   Think of it as “skeet golf.  The fine folks at Amelia Island Shot Gun Sports will supply everything we need for a safe and fun event. All you need bring is sunscreen, bug spray and a comfortable pair of sunglasses or safety glasses (eye protection is required). For those of you without eye protection, the club will have a few pair of safety glasses we can borrow. Based on a turnout of 21 Sidetrackers the cost is $25 per person. If we have fewer members attend we'll adjust the per person cost upward pro-rata. The event should take about two hours so we should be good and hungry for lunch afterward. (http://www.ameliashotgunsports).   We'll meet in front of Ross' at the River City Market Place (by JIA) Sunday morning at 9:15 to arrange a carpool to the Gun Club. After a fun morning of armed destruction, we'll have lunch at Pepper's Mexican Bistro (http://peppersmexican.com/menus/fernandina-beach) on Centre Street in Fernandina ("On the island" as locals say). They have good food at moderate prices as well as a full bar and lots of TVs with the game on. Leader: Owen Musselwhite 904-708-9633(cell). ADDENDUM:   We're limiting this to 21 attendees.  However, we encourage you to join a waiting list if you want to go.   We can work with the Amelia Shot Gun Sports club to accommodate more people if we have more interested in attending.

Additional information about these activities and events may be announced at monthly meetings and on our Meetup.com/Sidetrackers trip reservation pages.

2013 Monthly Meeting Schedule.  Locations Will Be Announced.
MONTHLY MEETINGS are always on the first non-holiday Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
and the location may vary.  Subscribers to our Meetup.com group receive an automatic reminder message in their email two days before the meeting.

WEDNESDAY, May 1, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, June 5, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, August 7, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, September 4, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, October 2, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, November 6, 2013 – 6:30 PM
WEDNESDAY, December 4, 2013 – 6:30 PM

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