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A 20-Mile Hike through the South Skyline Region

Skyline to Sea

A Mid-Summer Experience

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Access to the Popular Stanford "Dish" Area Restricted Under Conservation Plan

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District to Limit Bicycle Access

Take a Volunteer Vacation this Summer

Book Review: Handbook for Forest and Ranch Roads

Pat Oren's Secret Trail Work Motivator - Revealed!

Wild Lit

Note from the Literary Editor

Meeting with Pan at Midnight - Rachel Oliver

Apogee - Brian Kunde


From the Editor

Park News

Trail Center Notes

Upcoming Events

Along the Trail: Member and Volunteer Notes

The Trail Companion

Summer 2000

Wild Lit

A Note from the Literary Editor

by Geoffrey Skinner

In this issue, we feature new works by two California poets:

Meeting with Pan at Midnight - Rachel Oliver
Apogee - Brian Kunde

     As literary editor, I am seeking submissions of poetry on themes of trails, parks, wilderness and the outdoors or human-powered recreation in the outdoors--hiking, horses, biking, climbing, camping, etc. Geographic settings should focus on the Bay Area, but other areas of California and the West are acceptable. Poems should be no more than a 30 lines. No compensation is available, but we will send two paper copies of the issue in which the poem(s) appear. Copyright reverts to the author upon publication (pieces included in the online version by permission of their respective authors).
     Short prose pieces on the same themes are also welcome.
     Deadline for submission for the Fall 2000 issue is Friday, September 8, 2000. Submissions may be sent via e-mail to (please include in body of message) or mailed to the Trail Center.

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