What to Bring

Raphael at
Pesach in the Desert 2009
Photo by Sarah Chandler

*We are not bringing any disposable plates/silverware.

Please bring your own
plate, cup, bowl for soup, cloth napkin, silverware/utensils, and an extra for someone who forgets.

Other items to bring:

Camping chair
WARM clothes/layers
Sleeping bag
Mattress/sleeping pad
Flashlight & batteries
Battery-operated or gas lantern if you have one
Water bottle
Insect repellent
Personal first aid kit
Your signed medical and liability forms
Sturdy boots for hiking
Daypack for hiking

Personal snacks for hiking (if you are coming on the summit hike on Friday)
Yoga mat if you want to take yoga class

A homemade treat to share with your fellow journeyers, if you feel so inspired.  Snacks will be provided so this is not required.
Texts for study
Optional:  Map/Compass/GPS for hiking.  A map, like the 9th or 10th edition of the Olmsted map of the Mt. Tamalpais area hiking trials, and/or a guide book such as "Tamalpais Trails" by Barry Spitz, are an excellent way to increase your familiarity with the beautiful Mt. Tam areas.

Mt. Tam is a State Park, no alcohol is allowed.  Sorry, the park does not permit dogs.

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