Karen at 685-0263
IMR member Fran Wolfe and her son ferry-hopped along the Alaska coast this summer using their bicycles as a mode of on-shore transportation. They bicycle-camped as they explored the shorelines, rocky beaches, trails, forests, waterfalls, and mountains in this region. Life in southeastern Alaskan coastal communities is an interesting mix of hearty residents, tourists, unique wildlife, fascinating history, and fresh seafood. In addition to presenting photos of their adventures, Fran will discuss planning logistics and the gear required for a trip like this.
IMR monthly meetings are a way to hear about topics of interest to Idaho outdoor enthusiasts. The meetings are usually held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month and are free and open to the public. (Of course, we shamelessly hope you like what you see and will join the club--but we also don’t pressure you!) We provide outing updates, announcements, and have a 45-minute presentation followed by discussion and/or social time so people have a chance to meet one another.
IMR holds meetings at the MK Nature Center Education Building, (http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/cms/education/mknc) (next to Idaho Fish and Game), 600 South Walnut, Boise, Idaho, from 7-9pm. Meetings are from September through May. In June, July, and August we have potluck picnics