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Sat, 05/15/2010 - Sun, 05/16/2010
Don’t you wish you could spend some quality time in the outdoors with your long lost sibling (or maybe you just saw them)? Then we have the perfect trip for you (and your sibling, as long as you can convince them to come with you!). We will waltz past waterfalls, ogle old growth trees, and bond with our big (and little) siblings while backpacking through Opal Creek.
Don’t you wish you could spend some quality time in the outdoors with your long lost sibling (or maybe you just saw them)? Then we have the perfect trip for you (and your sibling, as long as you can convince them to come with you!). We will waltz past waterfalls, ogle old growth trees, and bond with our big (and little) siblings while backpacking through Opal Creek. Opal Creek is touted by some as “the most beautiful place in the world” (don’t ask me who that source is…). A trip to Opal Creek is like going back in time before Oregon was logged. The forest is full of 1000-year-old trees, up to 250 feet tall. These trees have been around since before Columbus sailed the ocean blue, before the Black Death swept Europe, before Genghis Khan united the Mongolian Empire, and before your sibling was born. So you definitely want to see these trees. With your sibling.
 
This trip is meant to be a fun, adventuresome way to cultivate your relationship with your sibling, and other siblings. There will be ups and downs, and you must be ready to meet challenges head-on (maybe with some help from your sibling).
 
This trip is open to Upper Schoolers and their sibling. No experience necessary.
 
The cost of the trip is $50.
 
To sign up, send an email to Olivia.