Here’s an updated message from organizer Rosi Dagit:
Alex and I will meet Bill by 7:45 and see if we can figure out how to open the gate – pending hearing back from MRCA. We will offload all the gear from my truck and stage it there either way.8 am Meet Bill at the corner of Burbank and Woodley, see attached map where it says PARK HEREWe can direct you back across Burbank to the kayak parking area. Parking here at the Reserve involves a lovely 15-20 minute hike along Haskall Creek, back downstream under Burbank Blvd, through the south reserve and across the river, to grandmother’s house, oops, across the river and back upstream to eventually get to the kayak boat launch area where all the nets will be staged.We recommend that you bring your lunch, water, etc. in a daypack so that you can carry it over 1 mile and have hands available to help with rods, buckets, waders, etc. (Full details here)If you get stuck in traffic or have problems please call me at 310.488.6381 so we can sort things out.Thanks everyone for your patience while we got this all sorted out! Looking forward to a fun day in the river on Friday. Can’t wait to see what we catch!Cheers, RosiYou can also email FoLAR’s William Preston Bowling at email@example.com for more information.See you on the river, Jim Burns
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Something came up that I have to attend to in the morning. I will be late, but I will be there.
Let me know where I should look for you if I get there between 10 and 10:30.
Dennis Leski 310-424-8662 firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve asked Rosi to get in touch with you directly. — Jim