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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
April 23, 2005
Sunset Beach State Park
Full Moon Hike

7:00 PM

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50% Chance of Showers this Saturday & Sunday - Dress Accordingly.

Full Moon Hike & Campout Rain or Shine!




Sunset Beach State Park Full Moon Hike

"With beauty before me, may I walk"

This year our moonlight hike will involve a sunset dipping into the Pacific Ocean, a barbecue on the beach and the magic of a beach bonfire . As the  full moon  creeps up from behind the sand dunes we will walk along the beach with the company of our fellowship. Guided by the light of the moon and our host we will experience the finely coarse white sand saunter through sand dune ridges, following south to a tidal wildlife marsh. We will then follow the trail to the beach for a hard sand frolic along the shimmering coastline heading north towards Seascape. We will then adjourn at the fire pit adjacent to the barbecue area on the ocean side of the sand dunes. Take your hiking boots off and curl your toes up in the sand in front of the fire and enjoy a meeting of Narcotics Anonymous. Imagine some of the meeting places you have experienced  in your recovery and come see where we hold our meetings. Bring a newcomer. Bring an old timer. Parking is $6.00 a car so please carpool with some friends. Or you could contact our members from our contact us page for a ride. Most will want to spend the night here and we have made arrangements for this. It will cost about $6.00 per car so please carpool, and bring food and firewood.




Getting There

From San Jose take HWY 17 south toward Santa Cruz and take the HWY 1 south Monterey exit. Follow HWY 1 south take the Larkin Valley Rd. exit toward San Andreas rd. Take the San Andreas rd. ramp toward Seascape turn slight right on to San Andreas rd. turn right on to Sunset Beach rd. Follow the signs to the beach. Drive time is about an hour.









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