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Houston, Texas
77292-5516



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February, 2021

Wednesday
3
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Strictly a business meeting for Board members but you can join too if you so desire.
Saturday
6
Meet at FM 529 and the Brazos, for shuttle up to SH 159.
8:00 AM
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A nice easy 20.5 miles on the Brazos starting near Hempstead, and going to just north of San Felipe. Moderately steep/muddy put in and take out. Contains the hard bottom crossing at Bernardo Plantation. Interesting, historic stretch of the river. Limited to ten participants.
Tuesday
9
Put in is at SH 105 and the Trinity, east of Cleveland on the west side. Take out is at US 90 at Li
8:00 AM
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Roughly 26.5 miles of paddling on a truly wild stretch of the Trinity. Much of the area is through portions of Trinity River NWR. This is an excellent area for seeing eagles, falcons, otters, and other birds and wildlife. Limited to the first 5 registrants. There will be an additional five from HASK.
Saturday
27
Meet at FM 960 west of Glen Flora for shuttle arrangement back up to FM 950 at Garwood.
7:30 AM
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28.0 mile stretch of the Colorado River. FM 950, at Garwood to FM 960 at Glen Flora. Very nice, longish stretch of the Colorado.
Saturday
27
Seidler's boat ramp on Follets Island (across from the Peregrine Townhomes)
8:00 AM
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Meet at Seidlers boat ram on Follett‘s Island, northeast of Surfside to help remove abandoned crab traps from Christmas Bay. There will also be a general work day at the ramp/kayak launch. Note that there will be an opportunity to use paddle craft to help round up abandoned traps back in the shallow portions of the bay. Lunch will be provided when everyone comes in at noon.
Saturday
27
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Join the Texas River Protection Association and a host of other conservation organizations to help cleanup the San Marcos River. This is not an official HCC trip but if you would like to participate and coordinate a group from the club, you could get mileage credit.

More information at:
http://www.txrivers.org/archive/smcleanup2021.pdf