Welcome to our first ether newsletter. It’s going to be fun seeing how we all respond to this new format. Some people may want to click on ’print’ and enjoy the issue over a cup of tea. Others may want to ‘scan and scroll’. Some may go to the abbreviated format and read what’s most pertinent to their needs. Explore both formats and see what fits you best.
We get to design the format; there’s no template. It will take lots of fine tuning on our parts to get you the newsletter you prefer. Please add any critical, constructive, comments or ideas. There is room on our website to add any info on what you’ve been doing and what’s happening in your life. The ‘newsletter’ is really our greatest connection. Let’s make it the best out there. I’m trying to get a slide show section up and going that all can add to.
There’s so many creative ideas you’re going to love this. It will be a challenge for my computerless skills. Something like flying around inside a cloud trying to shoot an approach. If I can fly it, I can format it! Cindy
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April 16-18 Joshua Tree National Park: Springtime in the desert is a wonderland of hiking, soaking, evening skies, desert hospitality and Dr. Zeuss trees. Please let Cindy know if you are interested in coming. If you are, call the Circle C Motel 760-367-7615 and make your reservations. We will be flying into Twenty Nine Palms Airport (TNP).
April 30- May 1 SWS meeting, Concord, CA
May 8 Spring Quarterly meeting and elections. Kitty’s home, Novato
May 28-31 Zion, Bryce and Capitol Reef National Parks, arrive in St George, Utah (SGU), pick up the car and get ready for the Kodachrome moment. Zion is known for it’s slot canyons, photography, hiking, river lounging and incredible, red rock scenery. We will be staying in Springdale, UT at the Best Western Motel, 435 772-3200. Call early for reservations, this is Memorial Day weekend.
June 11-12 Friday evening at the ‘Music in the Mountains’, Nevada City, CA. Fly into Nevada County Airpark (GOO). Julia and Mark have been long time sponsors of a huge, music festival. It’s time to pack a picnic dinner, spread the blanket out and enjoy the Pops. Julia has room for a few at her house or book your reservations in town. Please call Julia and let her know you’re coming. Saturday we’ll spend some time out on the lake before heading home.
June 19 “Women on Wing” Petaluma airport (O69) Display day, symposium
July 2-5 Steamboat Srpings, CO (SBS) Back by popular vote, a great way to spend the 4th of July. They have so much to do; mountain biking, hiking the Continental Divide, floating the Yampa river, hot springs, a cattle drive down main street, rodeo and great fireworks. We are planning to rent a house or houses. Let Cindy know asap!