Listen to nature writers on the trail
Small Wilderness Area Preservation is hosting its next Nature Walk in the Elfin Forest Oct. 15, 9:30 a.m.
Here’s an opportunity to stroll around the Elfin Forest boardwalk and hear the thoughts and words of famous natural history writers. Historian Robert Pavlik will share selections from the works of Robinson Jeffers, Wallace Stegner, Rachel Carson, Gary Snyder, and other writers and poets from this and past centuries.
As guests follow Pavlik along the boardwalk, he will stop here and there for a reading, he will provide you with a delightful menu of descriptions and impressions to enjoy in the Elfin Forest environment. He’ll also bring a handout of his readings for those who want to read further.
Meet at the north end of 15th Street off of Santa Ysabel in Los Osos. Wear comfortable shoes, long sleeves and pants to avoid poison oak and mosquitoes. Park carefully, avoiding driveways and mailboxes and leave pets at home. The easy paced walk will last 1-1/2 to 2 hours. For more information call (805) 528-0392.
This walk is sponsored by Small Wilderness Area Preservation.