Just as the tale of “Stone Soup” tells of building community, over two open fires, we’ll cook up pots of “stone” soup—one vegetarian and one with beef flavor. Bring a vegetable (fresh or canned) to add to the pot or bring some rolls to go with. And enjoy the company of fellow walkers as you explore the wintry trails at Dorothy Rider Pool Wildlife Sanctuary. We’ll also be awarding the prizes to those GOLV folks who have been on 10 or more events in 2018. This event is appropriate for children of all ages. Dress for the weather. Bathrooms are available inside the Air Products Educational Building and the Trexler Building.
DIRECTIONS: From South Cedar Crest Blvd., turn onto Riverbend Road. Travel 0.8 miles to the stop sign and turn right onto Orchid Place. Travel 0.3 mile to the blue Wildlands’ sign and turn right over the bridge, then left into the parking lot. Walk up the “animal tracks” sidewalk to the porch of the Air Products Educational Building.