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Hiking with Hartfield & Friends April 2009
The is the first of Hartfield's Hikes.  We join with several other groups on the first Saturday of every month...weather permitting.  Very, very seldom are the hikes cancelled.  If you have been hiking with us, the only change is the name of the eNewsletter that you will be getting announcing the hikes, now it will be known as Hartfield's Hikes.
Our seasoned and well versed Hike Master, Clarence Wilson is still with us. We will continue to have a great time as we enjoy nature and take advantage of our tax dollars at work.
Just for the health of it!
Carolyn Hartfield
Sweet Water Creek

            Scenic 4 mile Hike
Sweet Water Creek
We have hiked Sweet Water before, but this is a new trail for us.  We will visit the Mill Ruins and return on the Red Trail.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
9:00 a.m.

Rated:  Moderate to Strenuous
Meet at IHOP - 970 Thornton Rd.,  (I-20 Exit 44) near 6 Flags.   As always, wear comfortable  shoes and clothing.  Bring plenty of water and snacks.
Remember...we car pool and each rider is asked to give the driver $5 for gas.
For more information, contact our Hike Master, Clarence at 404.343.8039. Call him if you need additional directions.
To RSVP for the hike, click here
May Hike

Pine Mountain
A challenging 7 miles  rated moderate.  It is a 2 hour drive away.  So plan to be on time so we can be ready to leave promptly at 9a. Meeting place is IHOP at the Shannon Mall.  I-85 South - Exit 64.
About Hartfield''s Hikes
We hike the first Saturday of every month with Hike Master Clarence Wilson who has been leading hikes in the North Georgia Mountains since the late 1980's.  Our hikers are all ages from youth to seniors.  Please make note of the length of the hike and the rating.  We are as fast as the slowest person...no need to feel pressured.  We enjoy nature and the company of each other as we walk the trails.
At this point there are no formalities.  We are just a group of people who want to enjoy nature and are aware of the benefits this fitness activity gives us.  We have men and women and youth are welcomed to join us as well.