An evening of beautiful and inspirational films that highlight our natural environment.
Who doesn’t like a little friendly competition? Bring your board games, cards, dice, or just yourself and let’s have a little fun inside the air conditioning!
Total Solar Eclipse will be on August 21, 2017 and we would want to enjoy it in Oregon.
Dates and itinerary still tentative, but if you are interested a week long backpacking in the Bend area, Oregon,
please RSVP! And
more details to follow!
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We don’t need no stinking boat! We are heading back to Hangar 9 Wake Park. If it’s your first time, they have a practice cable and great instructors. Then hit the main cable to twists, turns and jumps.
Public – Lawn games will be provided by Dick’s Sporting Goods, tasty treats from food trucks including Steel City Pops will be there as well as Fast Squeeze and Foreign Policy. Free beer will be provided by Karbach Brewery. All this, PLUS off-road tours of the Biocycling Center!
Whitewater kayaking in Houston?
Well, we’re not kayaking in Houston per se but we are as close as we can get for some great whitewater kayaking!
Let’s tube the Comal River. Flow is good and temperatures are better.
We’re going to do a super fun dance, choreographed by our very own Ljuba Castot
Bump, Set, Spike! Private court reserved! With at least 12 people, we can get a game of 6 on 6 going.
Take advantage of your long Labor Day weekend and kick the festivities off with a free concert in the park! Come out and challenge a friend to giant Jenga or enjoy a friendly match of cornhole, then settle in for a dance party on the lawn as Houston’s own, Asli Omar of the Tontons, spins a great DJ set starting at 6 pm, followed by a live performance by rising indie pop-rocker, Walker Lukens!
We are hiking on an actual trail with hills! This it not a pathed path which makes it interesting when you hike back at night, in the dark!
Public – Houston, a bayou runs through it! Buffalo Bayou runs right down the middle of our city and is home to over a quarter of a million Mexican Free tail Bats. These bats live under Waugh Street bridge and come out at sunset to dine on our local mosquito population – Go Bats, Go!
Camping, hiking, swimming, Hamilton Pool, campfires, dutch oven cooking and more!
Most people that visit Iceland go in the summer, but there’s a whole other side to this place in the winter months. (It is called “Iceland,” after all.)
Let’s run off to Big Thicket Natural Preserve… and do a little backpacking in the woods.