In this coming June, TAP-SF and friends are about to again embark on an epic summer nature lovin’ journey in the great outdoors. Set in the scenic Sierra National Forest (https://
- Location: 37°16’10″N, 119°6’54″W
- Date: 6/23/2017-6/25/2017
- Registration: www.tafsf2017camping.eventbrite.com
‘Now that we’re essentially an indoor species, walled off from the world of other life forms, we’re divorced from the very domain that supports and sustains our lives.’
‘No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.’
‘What became of me? I know not; I lost sensation, and chains and darkness were the only objects that pressed upon me. Sometimes, indeed, I dreamt that I wandered in flowery meadows and pleasant vales with the friends of my youth…’
Tentative Itinerary subject to change. Stay tuned!
—–Friday, June 23rd, 2016—–
Arrive at various times to Badger Flats Group Campground (37.26944, -119.115). There won’t be any structured activities, but we will have a campfire up after nightfall. Tents will be pitched. Please pack your own food as we only cover Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner for Saturday and Breakfast for Sunday.
—–Saturday, June 24th, 2016—–
Breakfast served from 7 AM – 8:20 AM, Pack Lunch which will be eaten on the hike.
Caravan to various local hikes TBD
‘There is trailhead access to the Kaiser Wilderness. There is also a trail that connects to the California Riding and Hiking Trail. There is a sandy area along Rancheria Creek, and wading is possible.’
Setup hot pot stations. Improv, Group Camp games, Eating, Drinking, Stargazing, Campfire stories, etc.
—–Sunday, June 25th, 2016—–
Breakfast served from 8 AM – 9:20 AM
Depart for home or hike depending on individual schedule.
Questions? Please contact:
TAP-SF Health & Wellness
For more information on TAP-SF, visit us at www.tap-sf.org
Do I have to be Taiwanese or Asian-American to join?
* Nope. All are welcome!
TAP enhances the Taiwanese American community by networking individuals interested in career and professional development while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American identity. TAP provides resources and programs that inspire and empower; develop and support professionals to become community-oriented leaders.
TAP focuses on Leadership, Identity, Networking, and Community (LINC).
TAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization through its parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (http://tacl.org/).