Sawnee Mountain

The first hike of 2013, January 5th, to Sawnee Mountain Preserve.

Sawnee Mountain Preserve/Indian Seats Hiking Trail
Summit: 1946 ft
Hiking trail: 3.2 miles (loop)
Elevation gain approx 750 feet
Difficulty: Moderate

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sawnee_Mountain

PDF of Sawnee Mountain Preserve Trails
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Meeting Date: 01/05/2013 Location: Sawnee Mountain Preserve/Indian Seats Hiking Trail
Topic: From Psalms 23:3 “He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.” His path doesn’t mean it will be easy but it will be the right path.

Meeting Notes:
The day started out cold (27 degrees) but warmed as we warmed up to each other. Awesome time had by all!

Prayer Requests:
Many of those on the hike will be participating in the Fast. Remember to pray for each other during this 21-Day Fast.

Praise Reports
We all made it to the top and completed the 3.1 mile loop trail. Good Job!

Welcome Center

The Sawnee Mountain Preserve Nature and Welcome Center

Free Chapel Hiking Club

Free Chapel Hiking Club – Today’s group included Lee August, James Blair, Bonnie Buxton, Kathryn Kitchen, Gatis Dzalbs, Ashley Nix, Laura Garrett, Robin and Gene Willis, Joe Rojas and (not pictured) Cindy August

The Sawnee Indian

The Sawnee Indian. The story is that Sawnee was a local farmer.

Indian Chief Seats

The legendary Indian Chief Seats

sawnee-view

The view from the top of Sawnee Mountain

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Ashley, Robin and Joe

Bonnie Buxton and the Sawnee view

Bonnie Buxton and the Sawnee view

Gatis and the Sawnee Indian

Gatis and the Sawnee Indian

Lee and Cindy

Lee and Cindy

Lee, Gatis and Ashley

Lee, Gatis and Ashley

Resting at the top of Sawnee Mountain. Gene, Lee, Gatis, Ashley and James

Resting at the top of Sawnee Mountain. Gene, Lee, Gatis, Ashley and James

Gatis and James

Gatis and James

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